I know the consequences of addiction. All of the consequences. In order to let go, I had to accept them- no matter what. And it’s fire in an already burning pain.
I wake up every day and my first thought has remained ‘is she alive today?’ for years. I thought it the first time she disappeared and it hasn’t gone away since. The tough decisions that I’ve made were the right ones, but that doesn’t mean they don’t wear on me. I couldn’t live in an …
You worked every angle to get your way. We worked every opportunity to help you live.
Grief is strange. You want to stay in bed, but suddenly find the energy to move. You find yourself crying throughout the day, right after laughing with someone at your desk.
Can we just pass on into January and let this time float into the unknown?
The best question I read was, “Where do I end and the other person begins?”
For some, the safe love is for their own heart and wellness- because the stress of their loved one’s addiction has caused true illness- heart disease, high blood pressure, mental illness due to-anxiety, drastic mood shifts, and mental sickness from the occasional life saved from overdose, right there in your living room or bathroom.