Tag Archives: addiction

My Enabler

Returning home the other day for a long weekend, I found my birthday presents, which included two boxes of Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies. (My birthday was several weeks ago and I had forgotten all about it.) My wife is … Continue reading

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364 Days Clean, Then. . .

To start, please know that I take addiction/recovery very, very seriously and this post in no way should be interpreted otherwise.  Sometimes though, I just need to laugh at myself a bit. Last evening, returning home from work, I found … Continue reading

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We Both Knew

It was just another boring afternoon, when the doorbell rang. As I opened the door, there she stood. That look . . . the perfect blend of an innocent smile and a seductive smirk. My heart started racing as I … Continue reading

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Collateral Damage

As we all navigate through our own versions of “new normal,” let us keep in mind those that struggle with addiction and how “social distancing” and isolation are not their friends. The regular interaction with others who share the same … Continue reading

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So, What Are You Reading?

~Opening Paragraphs~ In this life, we all experience moments, sometimes so unique or unusual that we pause and say,  Wow . . . what are the odds that could happen? And if something like that happened again, maybe we say … Continue reading

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Slowly We Walk. . .

. . . one foot after another. For many of us, it is one day at a time. I think it is safe to say that we all have been confronted with the question described in the link below. How did … Continue reading

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