Eleven-year-old Khloie survived the mass shooting at Robb Elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, in May 2022. Her best friend, 10-year-old Amerie, was among the 19 students and two teachers who were killed. Khloie’s parents, Jaime and Ruben, say their daughter is experiencing survivor’s guilt.

Christine, a survivor of the 2018 school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, says she knows all too well the impact a mass shooting can have on families and survivors years after tragedies take place.

“It’s tough, but you’ve made it through the hardest part, and you’re so strong,” says Christine to Khloie in the video above. “It doesn’t go away ever, but you learn to live through it.”

Watch the video above to hear what Christine says has helped her move through the tragedy she experienced and why she wants to offer her support to Khloie.

This Dr. Phil Exclusive, “Through a Child’s Eyes: Surviving a Mass Tragedy,” airs Friday.

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