We are not the solution- no matter what society puts on us, or not even the burning desire within our own heart.
Their Addiction ~My Journey- The Double Life
This is a double life. Battling sorrow and grief of someone who still lives, and beaming with positive energy as I move forward. I don’t pretend, I’m not wearing a temporary mask with a drawn on smile. I choose joy.
Their Addiction ~ My Journey-Exposed
Every mom will battle for their child. However, the toughest battle will be on her knees in desperate prayer. Letting go and letting God is probably the hardest thing she will do.
Quick Reflections-“Jesus Never Let’s Go”
Because our longing speaks so loud, the desire to hold on in situations when God says to let go is strong. But we were never meant to grasp at hope in people or situations. The very ties gripping us are the ones Jesus wants us to break.
Their Addiction~My Journey: A Tired Mother’s Note
My goal was to shine a light on your strengths, but all I did was elevate mine. By playing your offense and defense, I allowed you to sit out. I was active in the game while you played Russian roulette on the bench.
Podcast-“Parents in the Shadows”
I could not manage or navigate this heart breaking journey without His love and care.
Their Addiction~My Journey- “Parents in the Shadows”
Not my God! His love says, “Surrender, come to me all who are weary and heavily burdened, and I will carry you. Tether to me, my load is light, and yours is heavy. Give this to me.”
Podcasts: “Surviving Their Addiction”
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?
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.