My 13yr. old son was in a fatal car crash in Oct.'06.He and his grama was thrown from the vehicle.He landed on his grama and was pinned under the van.His grama died instantly.He was lifelined out and was in critical care for the next 2wks.Needless to say he missed the funeral.My son is bipolarand now is diagnosed with PTSD.Interacting with other people has become so difficult for him that the school was prepared to expel him for the rest of this yr and part of next.I decided to homeschool him and try to help him cope and to stop avoiding dealing with the loss.Has anyone out there got any advice on how to handle this ?I am at a loss.
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