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Experiences of Other CADI’s

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Another book you may find helpful – Crash Course: A Self-Healing Guide to Auto Accident Trauma and Recovery – Diane Poole Heller

Suzanne
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Suzanne

Looking for information to help a friend. She accidentally took a life in a car crash. Mostly I notice that she appears to be “undeserving” of happiness or enjoying a good laugh—-almost as if she is supposed to suffer through her life. The accident occured 5 or 6 years ago so I know that it will be a long process to heal. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!

Liza
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Liza

Hi, I am a psychologist and I have a new patient who killed two people., Accidentally. Does anyone have any thoughts to pass on to me. Thank you

Clifton Hawkins
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Clifton Hawkins

I’d like to mention two relevant works. “By the Sea”, part of Martha Gellhorn’s *On the Weather in Africa*, is a narrative about Gellhorn’s accidental killing of an African child in an auto accident. *Ten Minutes from Home*, Beth Greenfield, describes the fallout after her father causes [this is not explicitly stated] a car accident that kills one of the author’s best friends, sitting next to her in the car. The author is in no way responsible–she was a girl at the time and not distracting her father–but feels some responsibility because her friend was in the car [and the… Read more »

Randy A
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Randy A

thank you, Clifton Hawkins!

Mavis Tibbitts
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Mavis Tibbitts

There needs to be more memoirs written. Are there more? Where can I find more writing about experiences with accidentally causing a death of a loved one?

Jessica
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Jessica

Are you aware of any researched treatments for traumatic grief for the mentally ill who, at least in part due to their illness, have taken another’s life?