The widow of the beloved Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, reportedly has a new concern about her young daughter Bindi Sue. According to the Post Chronicle’s Tittle Tattle, Terri is said to be worried that her 8-year-old, who vowed shortly following her father’s death to work in his place, even shooting a widllife TV series, may be too happy so soon after her father’s September death.
Terri has admitted to seeing a pyschologist to help her cope with Steve’s death and asked the therapist whether her two children, Bindi and 2-year-old Bob, should also go to grief counseling.
"I met with a psychologist and that’s been a tremendous help for me. I asked him if everything was OK, because Bindi has been so happy. And he said, ‘Why? Are you worried? That’s what you are shooting for. That’s what you want – a well-adjusted child who can handle a tragedy and see that life goes on.’"
Bob, on the other hand, hasn’t taken well to the absence of his father, "He really has had a much more difficult time and I attribute that to the lack of knowledge about death."
Source: Tittle Tattle