Typical DayHidden in a square, a box, a compromising space, with far too many borders, Smoking, drinking, and systematic beatings, and yes, robots barking orders? Closets smell like pee, my Sears and Roebuck shoes are ruined now, and wet, I’ll wash the urine out the best I can, for one pair a year is all … Continue reading Forgiveness
Trust - The Merriam-Webster definition of trust is: assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something. As an Adult Child you can work to widen your circle of trust, by not being too hard on others. We are extremely demanding on ourselves, but remember we are not flawless, only Christ … Continue reading Trust – Place Your Trust in God
As I received scarcely any consideration at home, there would be a genuinely fantastic surprise waiting for me when my family moved to Stedman, North Carolina. Soon, after this initially dreaded move to Stedman, I discovered I had both an aunt, uncle and two cousins living within walking distance. The magical place they inhabited was … Continue reading God Was Never Far Away
For Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA) this can be a dreadful time of the year, one which you may associate with an annihilating sense of depression and sorrow. You are not alone, but with time, this does get better and can become a joyful time for you! Countless ACoA survivors still have memories of drunken … Continue reading The Holidays Are Coming!