Love is NEVER in question. Our beloved family members lost in this world of addiction are ALWAYS loved.
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.
The best question I read was, “Where do I end and the other person begins?”
Listen to one mom’s letter of praise and gratitude for one son’s fight to live!
Addiction has the power and speaks louder than even the world. The reality is beyond our realm into a prison we cannot comprehend. A place we can’t go.
We will come to peace and accept things we cannot control or change, have the courage to change the things we can, and gain wisdom to know the difference. (The Serenity Prayer)
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?
Releasing is where we meet the calm peace in hope. We can see the light again and see past the pain to the possibilities of better tomorrows.
Today’s quick reflection talks about letting go versus giving up. What do the two phrases mean? Do the words matter?