Swagman: No worries. I don't pressure. I want her to ride with me more often, but if she doesn't ride on her own, that's fine. And you're exactly right; she's been talking about a Honda Rebel or a scooter - something smaller and lighter.
Deviate: She actually did also get a little bruised and inflamed, but she was wearing jeans so no scrapping or blood. She might have also had a little whiplash. Nothing that makes her leery of trying again.
I don't know what I would have done if the clutch completely broke. I don't know how to fix these things and shops charge way too much. You're right on; I am lucky.
The question I wonder about is, is the bike too heavy, top-heavy, too tall, etc. or is it the lack of experience, confidence, etc.? The bottom line is, if the bike is completely straight up, it takes no strength to hold it there. If it slightly tips, you ought to feel it before it tips so much that gravity gets a hold of it. Besides, my wife weight trains. I don't know if it was a strength thing or a fear thing. In either case, starting smaller will help her overcome.