Hi wonderful people,
My name is Sandy and I am very proud to say Robyn is my daughter. I want to thank you people that have responded to her post. In a world where there is so much negative things said and done, it is very refreshing to hear what this group of people are saying.
can not find a word that comes close to explaining the joy I feel. Robyn has been through so very much over the years. Her own battle with APD, loosing her Nan to Cancer at the young age of 66, having her uncle loss at sea not even a year later, who was only 46, and then to watch her own life unravel when she came home from University for Christmas, and came face to face with her Dad no longer being there. Not only had he left our marriage but he left the closeness that he and Robyn once shared. She was force to deal with her own pain and sorrow that this separation had caused. To deal with the rejection....
However, she is a fighter! Later I will indeed write about the struggles of being a Mom with a child with APD, but for now I just want to thank you for helping Robyn see that her experiences in this life, do matter. You guy's have given her so much encouragement and confidence to face the unknown. I do believe that our Lord, God used each of you.