"We gave our money to a mentally ill person. We're responsible for that. It's not our fault; I don't blame us, but we're responsible. Betrayal is something that happens when someone is a friend or a loved one; that's such a personal feeling. At the time, it felt personal because we'd worked really, really hard for that money -- especially Kevin, who has been working since he was 17 in New York -- and it was mostly his money, because I hadn't made a lot. So that was our pension. We thought it was in a safe place. But betrayed? I don't think that's the right word."