the accident still fresh in all our minds my son has chosen complete denial.when we pass his gramas home he won't even look that way.he is only 13 way to young to bare such a heavy burden of guilt.combined with the ptsd he is also bipolar.his anger has swept through our home like a tornado.he had gotten so bad with fighting and plainly ignoring the rules of school that they were going to expel him.i have since removed him from the public school and have decided to homeschool until we can get a grip on his grief.has anyone ever shared a similar experience in this area?,and if so can you share some of your knowledge on the subject i am at aloss?
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