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Hi Kathryn:  Thanks for the lovely and encouraging post on my thread.  I’m so sorry to hear that you lost your Dad so young … I can’t imagine how you must feel.  My Dad is 88 years old this year and he still calls me his baby girl.  He is a wonderful man who has taught me so much about love, responsibility and leadership.  I dishonor him and my wonderful late Mom with this gambling affliction.
I am so thrilled that you are in the lovely place you’ve found today.  The last month has been a turmoil for you, but you have come through with flying colours.  I hope that you give yourself credit for wonderful strength and compassion.  Perhaps you were given this challenge to help you realize that you are a strong and resilient woman.  I am thrilled too that you see a possibility of a new normal with Sasha.  That speaks volumes of your capacity to love and accept.
Keep up the great work on your recovery.
All the best.
RGThis moment is all we really have.  Be happy in it.