One Man’s Journey

I realize that my son will emerge from this journey a man … or an angel.  He did not stay in detox, but fled before they finished processing him.  I am now taking Alanon advice and detaching with love.  I will shower, dress, and go to work.  I cannot walk his walk anymore.  His journey is his own. 

One Mom Talks.
One Man Walks.
Only God can knows the story from here.

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2 responses to “One Man’s Journey

  1. One of the most important aspect of love is letting go, knowing it is for the good of our loved ones. 🙂

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