Through this whole experience I have learned alot and turned toward faith. Growing up, I was in a family who were not expressive in emotions and affections which I feel has impacted me in so many ways that I do feel that it had some impact on my marriage. Through this extreme pain and hardship I found more faith and I found that my father who I wrote off many years ago and who could never understand me and tell me he loved me was there when I needed him. He has stepped up in ways I never would have thought. I could not ever remember growing up hearing him saying he loved me or me saying I loved him. It took a tradgedy of my life for us to say that. It is the love I found in both fathers. As you watch this video clip link you will know what I am talking about.
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