A Letter to the Abuser who Nearly Destroyed Me

When we met, the abuser in you must have been able to see my vulnerability and deep need for love a mile off. I was desperate for love, for attention, and for someone to tell me they thought I was beautiful.

When I Got Sober, All I Wanted Was to Stay Alive. Now I Want MORE.

When I got sober, I had zero aspirations beyond wanting to stay alive and keep my son. Thankfully, the longer I stayed in recovery, the bigger my world got. And now I want MORE!

Project THANK YOU

This year I launched the second annual Christmas Wish Project with my fingers crossed. There are many worthy causes demanding our attention and funding, and I worried that the project may not be received as well as it… Read More

Who Needs A Break?

Once upon a time, we introduced you to our incredible friend Dianne and her story, “When It Rains It Pours.” She is easily one of the most incredible women I have ever met. She has owned a piece… Read More

A Sober Mommies Christmas Wish

In May of 2013, I had a silly thought that started with “What if..?” What if there was a place for women and mothers of all walks of sobriety and recovery to connect? What if there was a… Read More