Watching your child or loved one self destruct with addiction is the hardest thing to watch. It’s like watching a person implode.
At first, we think we can fix it. We are sure we can. If we just want it enough, we can almost do it for them. We just need to know what to do. What directions to follow. Where to drop them off to be fixed. How much to pay.
But we can’t fix it.
We try, agonize, project, cry, pray, beg and lose ourselves in the process. We make their problem ours. After all, this is your … Read more...
by Anonymous Mom in North Carolina
I know they can go back, with triggers and all the other life stuff he can easily go back!
It’s a nightmare being a mother worrying with daily fear of where my son is and if he is safe–with sleep deprivation and riding the roads at night! I don’t know why one child survives and another one doesn’t, but I do know when everyone was telling me to kick my son out because of his behavior– stealing from us and raging with every lie why he needed money!
I just couldn’t.
I cried, pleaded, … Read more...