It's not an easy thing to be let go.
I'm a just a mom when I walk down the street.
But this is called show business, not show family.
So I'm very grateful for everything that has happened in my life.
I did a Broadway show with Alan Alda and how much money can Alan Alda have.
In difficult times, it's so hard to look around and to see what to be grateful for.
So every single day, I found something to be grateful for and that's a powerful lesson.
I did an episode of The Profiler. I actually worked on the last episode of Murphy Brown.
When I left the show, the fans were so amazing in terms of the outpouring of support and continued support all that time whatever ways they could be in touch with me.