Our expert says:
I am sure your son would have preferred that you both managed to recover from your obvious and natural grief, and even if you decided to proceed to take legal action, not to become obsessed with the tragedy or consumer by bitterness.
It is sad that he will probably not see his need for counselling, and if he pins all his hopes on getting "justice". sadyl a rare outcome of any action in the courts, he may be horribly disappointed. You are not being selfish or unsupportive, but he is not understandin any alternative way of responding to the situation other than his own.
Could he be pursuaded to go for counselling AS WELL as pursuing the civil action, at present ?
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