“It’s very close to home for me,” said the host, referring to the tragic suicide of his own son Michael in 2010.
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“When I heard the news, sorry,” she said, crying. “I just sat down and relived everything. I know exactly what it is going through. And that brought back all those feelings from the first time I saw it. ”
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“This achievement, especially for Lisa – I mean, it’s her baby, her boy, you know. And I know the grief she has to go through. It is really difficult. Osmond added. “This is my opinion and something I would suggest to anyone who experiences something like this – that the difficulties are devastating for you as a mother, but I would be aware of those around you … she has others children, and I listened to this statement, it helps these children. The best thing she can do right now is to be there for them because she may have lost a son, but they lost their own brother. My deepest love and compassion goes out to her and her family right now. ”
“The Talk” airs weekdays at 2 p.m. ET / ET on Global.