HI Everyone and thanks for making me feel so welcome. It is so true what you said movedon about how reading the posts from others is like looking at the strands of your own life at *****, that shared understanding is what makes this site so helpful I think. I can only imagine what you have been through as the child of a CG Twilight and I am glad you have found such support from this site, being close to a CG can be the lone***st place in the world. I strive everyday to ensure I protect my son from the type of childhood you endured. Velvet it was great to talk to you in the group and reestablish our connection, you are a support and inspiration to many I think.
My story however had one ending and it has turned out to be a happy ending for me. I feel I must point however that it is not the only possible ending and many CG do seek treatment and go on to rebuild their relationships with loved ones after treatment. I just wanted to show that there is no right or wrong solution, the right answer is the one that works for you. As I became a stronger person and started to look at things more clearly the answer to my situation was became obvious. I feel it is so important to take care of yourself and be prepared to look to your own recovery as that is where the answers ultimately ***. Thanks again for you support, Lil X “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” (Maria Robinson)