Nothing has challenged my sobriety, sanity, or mom guilt as much as watching my teen daughter struggle with her own mental illness.
Category: Mom Guilt
Here you will find stories written by women about the guilt associated with addiction, recovery, and motherhood.
If you are reading this, and are still in the grips of active addiction, please know that you are not alone.
I do all the things good mothers do; I feed, bathe and dress them, brush their teeth, and love them deeply. But I don’t like being a mom.
My daughter was quarantined at birth. Then my husband had a stroke. It felt like the world was ending and I really wanted to use.
Loving yourself in sobriety (or any time) can be tough, but ultimately it will help you love and care for others to the best of your ability.