Finding Peace While Loving Those With Addiction

Come explore the delicate tightrope of loving those who are suffering with addiction and finding peace in your own life. 

To work in the world lovingly means that we are defining what we will be for, rather than reacting to what we are against.”
Christina Baldwin

Explore and experience true hope


Parents fiercely love their children and those who’ve been enslaved in the bondage of addiction are no exception.

Although we would do anything to change the trajectory of this affliction; we soon find out we are unable to actively force our desires onto others.

I started this blog to help myself and others learn how to love someone with addiction to meet them where they are at even in their darkness. By showing them that they are worthy of a better life even if they don’t choose recovery on our timeline. Being true to Samsha’s definition of recovery; Any positive change is met with approval and support.

“A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential”.

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