Listen to one mom’s letter of praise and gratitude for one son’s fight to live!
A quick look at knowing what we know and seeing what we see. Addiction is conniving and deceitful. It’s hold on our loved one's lives is challenging. But we have faith that withstands and hope to carry us through.
A chat about unpacking our choices in handling a loved one's addiction. What did I do right? Or wrong? Did my decisions assist addiction or place a firm boundary around it?
Today’s quick reflection talks about letting go versus giving up. What do the two phrases mean? Do the words matter?
A talk about the real challenge of staying hopeful against the raw reality of family addiction.
Close to my heart, this podcast comes to you from the brokenness in addiction on the side of family, namely me, a mother managing living grieving.
“They asked if I had any prayer requests today. So, I answered, “Please pray for my daughter. It is hard to wake up every day wondering if she is alive.”
An emotional encounter in prayer, hope, faith, and truth. Recording could not stop the tears from falling. A parents broken heart shows through an audio message.
Todays episode takes a walk through the dreaded holidays with family addiction. Is there hope of ever recovering our good memories made during family gatherings? What are the side effects of addiction? Family irregularities, health issues, mental health issues, and on and on. Parents carry the living grief daily. Here is a look into one of those days.
..”I allowed myself to die before I am dead.”.. This is the raw truth of being done. Finding yourself at a place of hopelessness and fighting for the will to carry on.