“All I want for Christmas this year is my son back from the addict who stole him, but that’s not a gift I expect to find under the tree this year. Instead, I will wrap myself up in the peace of the season.”
It has been ten years now since my son even pretended he was coming home for the holidays. I’ve had time to adjust to the way it is and stop wishing for the way it should be, but time hasn’t taken away the hurt—or the hole where he should be. I suspect it never will. Instead, over time, I’ve grown stronger. Over time, I’ve learned a few things that have helped me to get through and even enjoy the holidays again.
Please join me this Friday…. Mom to mom.
Hazeldenbettyford.org/mom2mom (The webinar will be recorded and archived for future viewing at the same link.)