This blog is about a large multi-generational functionally dysfunctional family.
I agree that he speaks his truth as do you. I speak my truth, which is as powerful based on my experiences as yours is for you. Not every parent of an addict can get to this point; and if they do, they have to travel their own path to get there, just like their addict does.I don't know how I feel when I read his blog, to be honest. I recognize the truth, but I guess I am not as enlightened as some.
IHMOOur personal truths are the things we've learned along our addiction journey.But none of our personal truths negate the ultimate truth about addition:I didn't cause it, I cannot cure it, and I cannot control it.
I meant IMHO --- duh!
I think he has a lot to share, and makes some really good points. I am not sure how to say what I'm thinking, but I wish he could do his sharing more kindly? Ugh...I can't find the words! Anyway, thanks for sharing the link to his blog! hugs and prayers!