Originally posted by davjan4
"Claim 2) The parents are actors:
Answer) Simple, no, they are not. There is ZERO evidence to support this claim. The best that they have is a video of Emilie Parker's father smiling before he goes on camera. People who support this claim obviously have no experience with grief. They obviously have no experience in a tragic situation."
I'm an RN. I've seen my share of people die. I can tell you that never have I seen a family member laughing at any time after a family member dies, either expected or traumatic and unexpected. Never ever.
Really? I'm not even in a medical field, and I have seen a grieving person appear to smile numerous times.
Your opinion does not mean that these people are actors, and I would really suggest you look at the people you deal with more closely in the future.
You do not understand psychology of grief and trauma, clearly.