You know the feeling: your heart races, your leg won’t stay still while you’re seated, never-ending butterflies in your stomach. But this time it’s not because you are about to speak in public or ask your boss for a raise. This time it’s different. The unease has been sticking around and you can’t seem to shake it.
After two survivors of the Parkland shooting and the parent of a child who was killed in the Newtown, Conn. massacre, committed suicide, many experts are saying more attention needs to be put on those who suffer from survivor’s guilt. Psychotherapist Edy Nathan sits down with Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez to discuss this phenomenon and the help that’s needed to treat survivors of traumatic events.