"She wants more than anything to have a happy home life," says Teachman.
So we shall see. Life unfolds for even the most stable of us in unpredictable ways, and few lives are less predictable than Tonya Harding's.
"You read about these perfect lives in magazines and all," says David Webber, the man whom Harding calls Dad. "But that's not the real world. Tonya's lived in the real world. That's where she gets her toughness. Years ago, when I first met her, her goal was to win the Olympics. Not the world championships. The Olympics. That's what she wanted, and if she keeps her act together"—here he pauses, as if considering that possibility, and adds—"I think she'll make it."