On Monday, mourners in St. Louis, Missouri turned out to grieve Michael Brown. The unarmed teenager was fatally shot by a police officer multiple times. His death has sparked protests and heated conversations about the police, the use of force and about the state of racial relations in this country.
But what about Michael Brown's parents? How do they say goodbye to their son when his death is one of the biggest stories in the nation? Russell Friedman is an executive director at the Grief Recovery Institute and he joins us to talk more how media attention and legal process could be hindering the grieving process.