Once a week, I’m going to be answering a question sent in by one of you. 

I get so many, and while I can’t answer each one personally, I’ll choose one a week to help you out.

Here’s the first one.

QUESTION: Kathryn, my mom is getting dementia, and I’m faced with moving her into a facility – which is going to be a process. 

I’ve also got a gigantic project at work that is stressing me out. 

I fear that my love life is being hijacked.

I was just feeling ready for love, and now all of this! 

Should I just give up for now, or is there still hope for me and love?

ANSWER: In my books, I recount stories of people who have found love at the most unlikely times.

• A woman bald as a cueball undergoing chemotherapy for cancer who fell in love with one of the clinic workers.

• A man whose mother had died who met his future wife at the funeral.

• A writer on book deadline – completely stressed – who met her fiancĂ© in a cafĂ© she hung out in to get some chapters done.

Your future is SO bright

you need shades! 

That has not changed. 

This blip on the radar is NOTHING in comparison to how good it will get for you.

If you don’t have your soulmate, then the best is yet to come.

If you can maintain a hopeful attitude, even as you tend to what’s in front of you to deal with, then love can still come at any time.

Love is so magical that it is always limitless in when and how it shows up.

Remember that, and I bless you for getting your mom settled well, your project successfully completed & still finding many moments of job . . . and yes, even love . . . along the way.