Is it possible to go on when our children are alive but not living? Are we destined to remain in their addiction with them? Does the pressure from society and being the parent needing to fix this weigh on you?
Five Minute Friday- I Could Not Reach Her
I could not reach my child and carry her into the healing recovery she deserves.
Mental Health Monday- Devotional for Strength
"God, if you have to take my son, I will let him go." I will never forget the pain in those words. I was heartbroken and angry. How would God do this to us?
New Podcast- “Why is it So Darn Hard to Let Go?”
Trigger. It’s a word we fear far too long. But we know the consequences of addiction. So, we walk on egg shells and stay silent. We fear everything. Hospital, jail, or death. It takes a long time to accept the consequences of their addiction. Letting go is the most tragic and difficult thing a parent will have to do.
Their Addiction~My Journey, “Love Is No Matter What”
Love is NEVER in question. Our beloved family members lost in this world of addiction are ALWAYS loved.
New Podcast- Authentic Truths in Addiction
This Christian momma is tired- but here sits another experience in the travels of addiction. I learned it can’t be me, I can’t save, fix, or carry the weight of an addiction I don’t have.
Their Addiction~My Journey-“I Couldn’t Be”
When I came to the end of myself, I stopped holding on to hope in you and transferred it back to hope in Him.
Their Addiction~My Journey: Detach with Love
The best question I read was, “Where do I end and the other person begins?”
Their Addiction~My Journey- A Personal Note to Parents of Loved Ones in Addiction
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.
New Podcast- “Recovery Is Possible”
Listen to one mom’s letter of praise and gratitude for one son’s fight to live!