S.A. pediatric psychologist talks about '13 Reasons Why' impact on teens

The controversial series is adapted from a best-selling novel about a teen girl who commits suicide and then sends cassette tapes to those she blames for her decision.

SAN ANTONIO – On Wednesday, Netflix is adding a new warning to the popular Netflix show, "13 Reasons Why."

The controversial series is adapted from a best-selling novel about a teen girl who commits suicide and then sends cassette tapes to those she blames for her decision.

The show is raising a lot of concerns from educators, psychologists, and parents who think it glamorizes teen suicide.

To tackle the tough subjects in “13 Reasons Why ” Children’s Hospital of San Antonio pediatric psychologist doctor Elena Mikalsen spoke with KENS 5.

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