Never lose hope…
During this time in my life I continue to work the principles of this program. I will never leave because it has brought such beautiful new ideas into my life despite what is swirling around me.
I have had many days of feeling sad and try to understand the reason for it. I work hard to dispel those feelings when I realize that I have no control over what my son does. I have learned that worrying is a waste of my time because there are things I can do as a diversion from these negative attitudes and the outcome is never what I thought it would be.
Practicing patience is tough for me, to let things develop, and that is why I will continue to put the focus on me as I still want to jump in and fix things. I have learned that the addict can figure it out on his time not mine. There is hope not only for you but for your son. Keep working it!
"I am not afraid of storms, I am learning to sail my own ship."
Louise May Alcott