Tonya Harding says she's apologized enough.
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Tonya says she's apologized enough, and if she saw Nancy today, she'd like to give her a hug and say a few kind words.

"[I would] tell her how proud I am of her being able to go forward with her life … and congratulations on her children," she says. "She's moved on. I've moved on. It's part of history that will always be with us, but it's time to move on."

For the past five years, Tonya says she's worked to turn her life around, help others and look toward the future. "Everybody has ups and downs. That's what life is. It's a roller coaster," she says. "You have to just deal with it and keep the faith. You have to love yourself so other people can love you."

Read about Tonya's comeback in the book The Tonya Tapes
FROM: Where Are They Now? Tonya Harding, Lorena Bobbitt and '90s Newsmakers
Published on April 23, 2009

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