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11 thoughts on “Thank You”

  1. Rossa – I was so very happy to read your wonderful post about your son’s recovery. This will give me sweet dreams tonight! Would write more, but I’m so sleepy I can’t hold my head up. But just had to write a note. And your book, how wonderful — can’t wait to get it! Way to go girl!

    1. Thank you, Mary. It was such a nice message for me to receive when I woke up this morning. I really have got to get my book out there and circulating. I believe other parents need to hear from other parents that recovery can be worked at and achieved.

  2. Im very relieved to have found you. I have struggled with the system, systemic racism and everything I come across… maybe my 40 year journey will reveal, at last, some notion of fellow travellers and I maybe can have a minutes rest. I always have hope and faith and believe in that the universe will provide and that my spirit will stay strong. Thankyou for your inspiration, bless you.

    1. Hi, Bibi,
      Thanks for signing up to this blog. I do believe, like you do, that the universe will provide if we set an intention and have faith. I do wish my blog was more accessible at this moment. If you want to look at past posts they are all arranged by year and month, which is not as helpful as showing the titles of the posts as my old blog used to. I’m concentrating on editing my book right now and have not had the time to straighten things up here.
      Best regards,
      Rossa

  3. Thanks So much for sharing your very courageous story. It is so great to see the love which you have for your son. I’m really interested in holistic ways for people to heal through these traumas too.

    Many best wishes,

    Sinead

  4. Any old soul is worth saving at least to a prseit, but not every soul is worth buying. So you can take the offer as a compliment. They charge the easy ones first, you know, like money, all the money there is. But who wants to be the richest guy in some cemetery?Lets hope the obituaries will cease flooding our mailboxes soon.

  5. Dear Rossa: You’re tenacious and brave with raw courageous fight for your family and son’s balance. I’ve been going through the same for 15 years. Going on four years, my son has been in a recovery program for schizophrenia receiving a monthly medication, support from dedicated and compassionate team. The only way I stumbled upon possible tangible recovery was by forced entry into the realm of becoming his guardian. I could start to envision the light in cracks of an ominous dark tunnel. As I see my son progress in small, yet beautiful increments, I wonder if he really could be without medication as his dad (who passed 1.5 years ago) so vehemently wanted in a confused state of his own illness of cirrhosis of the liver for alcoholism. Now that a healthy grieving process has enabled a stronger bond with my son, I am searching for more ways to help him through his journey of recovery and came upon your blog and looking forward to your book.

  6. Hi Rossa. My wife and I are trying to follow your highly commendable example to help our 29 year-old son out of the mental illness quagmire (schitzoaffective disorder)–by label and by nature. My wife happened to learn about your efforts in her online search. We live in the Washington DC metropolitan area in Maryland. We are trying to find peer groups and specialists in our area that may help in terms of both psychotherapy and withdrawal from meds. We thought you may be able to help out. Thanks.

    1. Hi, Kam,

      I’m sorry that I was late picking up this message. I sent a reply to your private e-mail address. If for some reason you don’t receive it, please let me know.

      Best regards,
      Rossa

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