Aaron still believes in the possibility of reconciliation with his family. He stated that he believes in healing, and does believe there is a chance for reconciliation. However, it will be a journey for everyone. It’s not a game that I want to play, and it is difficult to see the truth.

But he acknowledged building these bridges may take time. He said, “Who knows the future, what it will look like and when it will happen, or when that time will come.” Aaron continued. “But, I do not feel any bitterness or resentment. “I just feel deep love for and appreciation of the lessons I have learned. I don’t know how I would be here today if it weren’t for all that was good about my life.