Author Archives: L.K. Brown

About L.K. Brown

I like reading, sports & the outdoors. My hobbies are the theatre, DIY projects & writing. I've been with my husband for nine years supporting his recovery from drug addition through the good times & bad. It is still a daily process. Follow me on Pinterest L.K. Brown

Holiday Fun

Happy Holidays! Having been raised in the United States by a flag flying family our holiday season has always begun at Thanksgiving. Board games, football, shopping and puzzles are the traditions of our holiday family fun. The thing about holiday … Continue reading

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Precious Trinkets

Sharing a home with an addict in active addiction eventually leads to many, “lost,” items. Most of them mean the world to you. However, they just disappear never to be found again. As if little fairies swept through your house … Continue reading

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Letters

Saddened by Addiction 8375 N. First Ave. Monberry, IL 41325 411 Hope You Can Help Ln. Changeville, USA 80372 August 25, 2013 To Whom It May Concern, My name is L. K. Brown. I am a concerned citizen penning my … Continue reading

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I “Lost” It

Moments of complete irrational behavior reminds a usually sane person they are human. Through the chapter’s of my life I have been a hoarder, a minimalist, a collector, a slob and emitted some OCD habits. All these phases concluded in … Continue reading

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FEARS

In my past each time I decided to not confront a situation usually it was out of fear. Big-D has an acronym for FEAR. My G-Rated version of his saying is; Forget Everything And Run. I used to avoid confrontation … Continue reading

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Sidebar

Before each blog post I always read them aloud to my addict. We discuss it and he comments. Until today he had only supportive and positive feedback. After I read my next post he asked if I could not call … Continue reading

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Believing In?

An aspect of the way my addict confronts his sobriety is to believe as humans we are not the “end all” of life. He is certain there exists something greater than “us” that we can lean on in times of … Continue reading

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