f your child is addicted to drugs or alcohol, you aren't alone.
If you're like millions of MOMS, you are neglecting yourself because you're consumed with worrying about your child. You fear your child will die of this disease.
Moms want to help so badly that sometimes they help in unhealthy ways.
I’m the mother of a recovering addict. I know how you feel.
Your actions affect your child's recovery and your life.
Your child's addiction is NOT your fault.
But how you handle your child's addiction matters.
Drug fatalities are on the rise.
This guide will help you find joy despite your addicted loved one's choices. Start today. Take care of you.
If you don't take time for your wellness, you'll be forced to take care of your illness.
START your RECOVERY now. Find HOPE!
|Publisher:||Random Publishing, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)|
Table of Contents
01 The Seedling. Every mom is the shell of a seed until she surrounds herself with the nutrients like education and support she needs to rise above the dirt.
02 Germinating. When you realize that you aren't alone, you will gain the courage to sprout where you are, even if you're a beginner.
03 Bursting Through. The more you learn and surround yourself with a team of moms who are on similar journeys, they will help fertilize your environment, and the more solid you will grow.
04 Reaching. As your roots take hold, you will develop new habits. These new habits will help you reach toward the sun for a better life.
05 Strengthening. The taller you grow, and the firmer your root system develops, the stronger your chances are for a healthier life, which will strengthen the chance that your addicted loved-one will recover, too.
06 Budding. As you begin to show your fragrant and vibrant color, other moms will follow your lead. They will see the change in you and want what you have.
07 Blooming. When your addicted loved-one sees you blooming in your new joy-filled life, he will find HOPE that he can build a better life, too.