Tag: Family

  • Learning to Let Life Happen – Celebrating One Year Sober

    Learning to Let Life Happen – Celebrating One Year Sober

    If you are going to stop drinking, you quite simply have to stop drinking, but stopping is not easy. I think the hardest part in my early days of TRYING to quit drinking was the self sabotage, and lying to myself. I remember waking up hungover, full of shame and self-loathing, and thinking to myself […]

  • 10 Things that being alcohol-free has made Me Aware of – A Tribute to Alcohol Awareness Month

    10 Things that being alcohol-free has made Me Aware of – A Tribute to  Alcohol Awareness Month

    April is Alcohol Awareness Month in the USA. It is?  Really? I’d never heard of it before it was mentioned in my online community last week. So I did some field research, and do you know what I found out?  Not one person I asked had heard of it either, not even my teenage kids […]

  • Parenting with a Sense of Humor in COVID19 Lockdown

    Parenting with a Sense of Humor in COVID19 Lockdown

    Three mothers of young Children Share their Survival Tactics for Taking Down the COVID19 Lockdown with Love and Light. Morning all, I hope you are doing ok. It is a beautiful sunny morning here. In these surreal times parenting is suddenly such a challenge. My anxiety is bubbling away all the time. I am on […]

  • The Power of Being Highly Sensitive

    The Power of Being Highly Sensitive

    And the Truth Shall Set You Free ! I’ve had this phrase, with a Jim Carey voiceover going around in my head. I was a little nonplused when I first looked for a pic of Carey to go with my post today to discover that some people relate “the truth” to a being outside of […]

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