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I Buried Addiction

Sadly, this post was removed due to constant and persistent bullying of a family member of the author. This family member would not stop sending both the author and sobermommies harassing emails etc. until she decided to take the post down.

This is a very sad day for everyone involved.

Please say a prayer for this anonymous blogger.

Thank you. 🙁

26 Comments on “I Buried Addiction

  1. beautifully written.. and somewhat similar to the situation with my mother and myself currently. So glad i found this.

  2. What a powerful piece. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I can’t imagine how hurt you must have been the day your mom said she had one child. Mental illness and addiction are such destructive diseases, hurting so many more people than just the person afflicted. Thank you again! Sending love and hugs!!

  3. I didn’t know ANY of this about your mom and I’ve known you for years. I’ve always seen and known a beautiful strong happy girl grow into an amazing wife/mother! I love you for sharing this.

  4. Such a sad story. I deal with a similar relationship with my mother so your story really hit home. Its so hard, I live on a emotional roller coaster on a daily basis with my mother. Thanks for sharing

  5. You did an amazing job of describing your family, and highlighting the pivotal moments in your mother’s decline. Your heartbreaking story is a bold reminder that silence can be dangerous. Thank you for speaking out!

  6. Jeannette, what a terrible, terrible ordeal. From your mom’s secret struggles to your loss–my heart goes out to you. Here’s hoping you get some closure from writing this. Hugs, Mama.

      • If you would like the truth behind all of the smoke and mirrors from this story, feel free to email me at brenden143@rcn.com. I am the brother of this writer, and her story is FILLED with lies, half truths, and deceit.. I have the REAL story that I’d be happy to share with you! I tried posting it in a response message, and my own new post, but the owner of this blog (a friend of my sisters) continues to remove my messages. See for yourself… Refresh this page in five minutes, and this comment will be gone!

  7. Wow Jen, you’ve been thru a boat load of crap, but yet you sure don’t show it. I don’t know you well, but from what i do know you are funny as hell, you are a great mommy to your girls, (and to random girls celebrating a bachelorette), and I look up to you. Keep on , keepin on girl. No one can stop you. <3

  8. A beautifully tragic account of what addiction can do and how we are always left with questions about a loved ones choices.
    This is a truth. Truth teaches us all. Thank you for opening yourself up.

  9. What a powerful, sad story. I imagine it might have been some relief to learn of the mental illness, but that wouldn’t make the losses any easier. Thanks for a beautiful essay.

    • If you would like the truth behind all of the smoke and mirrors from this story, feel free to email me at brenden143@rcn.com. I am the brother of this writer, and her story is FILLED with lies, half truths, and deceit.. I have the REAL story that I’d be happy to share with you! I tried posting it in a response message, and my own new post, but the owner of this blog (a friend of my sisters) continues to remove my messages. See for yourself… Refresh this page in five minutes, and this comment will be gone!

  10. The writer of this story is an absolute FRAUD. MOST of what she wrote in this story is either completely false, or a very far stretch from the truth! ! The owner of this blog (Julie) promised me in a phone call almost 4 hours ago that this story was going to heavily revised, or taken down all together, and it still remains, in its original state!!! If you would like the REAL story about Jenn’s childhood, and relationship with her mother, to include a detailed breakdown of what in this story is real, what’s a lie, and what’s a far stretch of the actual truth, PLEASE feel free to email me at ROBERTMINNICH@RCN.

  11. Wow! You know a piece is powerful when the reader is left sitting, staring at what they just read in complete awe. I am that reader. This took courage to share and there are so many children affected by addiction. It doesn’t matter how old you are, when a parent is battling addiction you are affected. The crazy thing is that two children can grow up in the same house and have two totally different views of what went on. It breaks my heart that your mother referred to your brother as her only child. I am convinced that when people hate what they see in the mirror they take it out on the person they know sees it too. Beautiful…beautiful post. You should be proud.

    • If you would like the truth behind all of the smoke and mirrors from this story, feel free to email me at brenden143@rcn.com. I am the brother of this writer, and her story is FILLED with lies, half truths, and deceit.. I have the REAL story that I’d be happy to share with you! I tried posting it in a response message, and my own new post, but the owner of this blog (a friend of my sisters) continues to remove my messages. See for yourself… Refresh this page in five minutes, and this comment will be gone!

    • We all process as victims differently. I understand this. And at times, denial is our only defense.

    • this is the writers brother. Email me directly and I will tell you the true Story behind this ridiculous story. I sincerely apologize to have to be the one to tell you but the story that moved you as much as it did is a complete fake… Brenden143@rcn.com

  12. email me if you would like the real story about this writer. 90 percent of the information written in the story is either completely false or a very far stretch from the truth. I have tried multiple times to have the owner of this website remove the story and she refuses to simply because she is friends with the writer. Email me at brenden143@rcn.com where the truth about this writer and about the owner Julie. I am the brother of this writer and the son of the woman she is bashing, AND I REF– USE TO ALLOW THIS TO CONTINUE.

  13. I will say a prayer for both the blogger and her family. Sadly, these are often times the very people who bully victims into shutting up. And it sickens me.

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