Grieving and Mourning: for a life you wish you had with those who struggle with addictions and eating disorders.
This time of year is one of celebrations , graduations from high school, college and moving onto college or the next phase of life. When someone is caught up in an eating disorder or addiction, they do lose out on these parts of life. And as a mom I have found myself grieving for a life I wish I had with my daughter., a life I wish she had with her family. It's sad and a reality. I find myself reflecting on this particularly now as my daughter , if she had followed a 'normal 'path to college after high school should have graduated now
I talk about the 12 steps, specially #11 , seeking after prayer and meditation and knowing that this path of my daughters is not her will or my will, it's really Gods plan and will.
Acceptance is key. Realization that grieving is ok . And what we can do during this time.
Have you felt grief like this? Mourning for a life you wish you had with your loved one? Would love to hear about it.
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