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Seventeen years have passed since the school shootings at Columbine High School by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Find out why Sue Klebold, Dylan’s mother, is now ready to discuss the tragedy and her experience with her son and his actio
Sue Klebold recounts her experience on April 20, 1999, the day her son Dylan Klebold carried out the shootings at Columbine High School.
Sue Klebold opens up about what went through her mind when she found out that her son Dylan Klebold had wounded and killed fellow students and a teacher at Columbine High School.
Sue Klebold, whose son Dylan Klebold was responsible for the shootings at Columbine High School, shares the complicated grieving process that she went through and continues to do today.
Sue Klebold describes the shift in her thinking six months after the shootings at Columbine High School, when she and her husband were able to see all the evidence and information gathered by law enforcement.
Six months after the Columbine High School shootings, Sue Klebold recounts how she felt after watching the basement tapes that her son Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris had recorded.
Sue Klebold shares one of her diary entries from April 1999 after the Columbine High School shootings and opens up about an argument with her son that frightened her.
In the aftermath of the Columbine High School shootings, Sue Klebold decided to continue her life in Colorado. Find out why she didn’t want to change her identity and how the tragedy affected her marriage.
After the Columbine High School shootings, Sue Klebold reveals why she wanted to write letters to victims’ families and shares her experience meeting with a few family members.
Sue Klebold talks about not reading her son Dylan Klebold’s diary, what she has learned as a parent since Columbine, and the message she wants to send to parents now.
Sue Klebold reveals the single biggest regret in her life and why she believes she could have potentially prevented the Columbine High School shootings.
Sue Klebold discusses the importance of not trusting what you see and why she wants to raise awareness of depression and teen suicide.
Bryan Gibb of the National Council for Behavioral Health discusses how to tell the difference between normal adolescent behavior and potential mental health issues.
Sue Klebold breaks her silence 17 years after the Columbine tragedy with a one-on-one with Dr. Oz. Sue shares her biggest regret as a mom and tips for spotting a child in crisis. An important conversation no parent should miss.
From diagnosis to treatment, an intimate and revealing look at a woman determined to survive.