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Never Give Up Hope: My Story of Recovery

Hi new friend, I am so glad that you found my blog.  I know why you are here.  You want to know if you will ever get better.  Right now you feel like it never will.  You feel like the hours … Continue reading

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Why I Am a Proud Warrior Mom

I find it difficult to articulate at times how amazing my online tribe of friends is.  I have met only a handful of these amazing women in real life.  This community sustained me at my lowest point of my entire … Continue reading

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Ten Years

Ten years ago today, I married my best friend.  I did not think that it would be possible to love him more than I did on our wedding day, but I do.  He has been my rock and my touchstone.  … Continue reading

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Rising from the Ashes

Today is a momentous day for me. It marks the two year anniversary of my journey towards recovery. It was Mother’s Day, 2011. My daughters were then 7 months old and three and a half years old. I was at … Continue reading

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Dare: February update

I’m linking up with Just Be Enough for my monthly update on my one word focus for this year. My confidence is soaring. My partner in crime for LTYM gave me a gentle nudge to write a blog post for … Continue reading

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Keeping it positive

My friend Jaime wrote this post the other day about celebrating the positive that we do every day.  I loved this idea.  I still struggle with taking things personally, and I am my own worst critic.  My inner monologue when … Continue reading

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Thankful for our preK teacher

I am so blessed to have my girls enrolled in a wonderful preschool/daycare.  Munch’s teacher is Miss K.  This teacher is an angel.  She is incredibly creative; her bulletin boards are a work of art.  Miss K is preparing the … Continue reading

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