Kompha Seth lost all but two relatives during the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia. It is estimated that two million people died between 1975 and 1979. What has helped him through the pain after all of these years? Spirituality. In part two of our coverage on mental health, spirituality and the Asian community, host Jenee Darden interviews Kompha Seth, founder of the Killing Fields Memorial in Chicago and president of the Cambodian Association of Illinois.