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01 March 2013

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Amanda

I think your ex-therapist might have had an unjustified sense of western civilization righteousness. I think one can overcome the separation anxiety without throwing away the parents. I am proud to hear that you threw away the therapist. It can be hard to dump a therapist or at least I found it hard.

Carol Dolezal-Ng

Glad to hear she is your "ex-therapist" now. How blessed you are! How I long for a "Lola" and "Lolopop" for my kids... How I really long for it for me. Treasure what you have... savor each day. When the time comes that you are separated, remember, it's only temporary and you will all be reunited one day...probably once again right around the heavenly corner!

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