Yep, that's right Sharon, and honestly (even if this makes me unpopular on Wikitree) people need to stop giving others false hope over stuff like this. I understand that discovering that you have a NPE in your line is upsetting. But that's something one needs to be prepared for before one chooses to do DNA testing.
There was a case on another genealogy forum, where a young man did a DNA test that showed 0% South Asian DNA. The problem here is that this young man's father was Indo-Fijan of Bengali descent. If absolutely ZERO South Asian DNA is showing up, there's a problem here. The other forum members started telling this young man not to worry, that his Native American DNA was "really" Bengali and there was some mix-up at the lab and all this. They think they're helping but all they're doing is delaying the inevitable! Sure enough, a month or so later the same young man came back with the follow-up to this tale. Further DNA testing revealed that his father was NOT his biological father, which was clear from the first test he did. My point is there's no sense in dragging something out and giving people false hope. If one cannot handle a DNA test result that is not what they hoped for, then they should not do DNA tests. Just live the rest of one's life in a happy fantasyland.