Tag Archives: Sobriety

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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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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Trust

Trust: So easily given, so quickly taken away, so difficult to regain. Part of my husband’s treatment included a seminar for those who support their addict’s recovery. We were to learn how to cope with our addicts when they came … Continue reading

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Loving An Addict

Someone, somewhere once stated,” you must endure the lows in order to appreciate the highs.” The connection between an addict and their co-dependent is all consuming. If allowed to run wild can become extremely destructive. In some ways as a … Continue reading

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