Tag: motherhood

The Truth About Addiction

Addiction does not discriminate. No one can dispute this fact. Addiction is toxic. It seeps into every corner of those who are caught in its grip, and overflows into the lives of those around them. Addiction affects children. Every day a… Read More

It Wasn’t Easy, But I Never Gave Up Hope

Motherhood is hard. I’m sure we can all agree on that. Being a young mother is even harder; especially with all the stigmas out there associated with it. But when addiction is thrown into the chaos of parenthood,… Read More

Sobriety Changed Me

I’m a recovering alcoholic. While active in my addiction, I wasn’t a very good mom. Truth be told, I wasn’t a very good person. There was a time I never thought I could make it 24 hours sober,… Read More

Finding Balance in Recovery Isn’t Easy

Balance can be defined as “having the right amount – not too much or too little – of any quality, which leads to harmony.” This remained a foreign concept to me until I entered recovery. Black and white… Read More

I Feel More Alone Sober

I am new to abstinence. I am in “early recovery.” Before I began my much needed quest for sobriety, I felt alone — isolated from my peers in their sober world. This world has no drinks; or is… Read More