It's clear that many people here in the Forum have followed Sabine's story, and I know so many lives had been touched by the true generosity of Sabine's kind and very wise nature.
In tribute to Sabine, we will keep her diary thread at the top of the page for a period of time. I am concious that there may still be Members who would like to post their condolences to this thread. If you would like to add any thing here, please let us know over the next week and we can update posts.
Sabine was such a very strong, courageous and giving individual. We hope that the spirit of her communication will live on.
Sabine will be very sadly missed.
Hey charity what a great story im new to this forum and after reading this i feel thisis who i wanna be now im 27 and now its time to come clean. The part where you slept in the car got me. And the pain i have put on others
Today is my first few hours of beating the urges please keep updating cheers
I have just spent two hours reading sabines diary and am sat here in tears. Such an inspiring lady who's courage and determination shone through until the end. To see that she finally married angel after having stole from him so many years before to fund her gambling made me smile. We can all be forgiven. RIP beautiful lady. Your legacy still lives On x
Hi New Name
We're glad you enjoyed reading this diary, we feel it deserves to be a 'sticky' for the journey this person has been on.
Unfortunately as Sabine is no longer with us we're unable to seek permission to do anything with the content. For confidentiality reasons as well it wouldnt be appropriate.
Hopefully people will continue to join the site and read as you have
I remember reading this diary a good few years ago on the old gamcare and the battle with gambling and then cancer. Courage showed throughout and am more determined than ever after rereadings diary to stay strong. Even whilst she was ill she inspired others. R I P but your legacy of strength will carry on x
I have just read all through this diary. Words can't express how much this diary touched me, the first time I've read something and been reduced to tears. I thought gambling had stripped me of all human emotion, but this has just proven it hasn't. What a wonderful woman. I wish I had just a fraction of your strength. RIP.
Hi Sabine and Charly,
I am very late to meet you in person, but i did finally found a courage to read your diary since i joined this site two years ago...it was very emotional but i learned so much about life simply from your words. I know you're not with us in body but you're definitely here in spirit..every day 🙂
I also hope your Angel is coping well..of course he is - you're looking over him.
RIP dear soul, you have gifted many lives in this world. And that's true..you have saved more than you could think off.
Forever greatful fellow soldier Sandra xxxxx