|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|Mariah, I wish I could reach out with a magic wand and change him for you, but I cannot. The addiction is deep and long lasting; sometimes for a life time. I was 50 when I kicked it. To wait around and expect him to change will most likely be futile. Alcoholics usually have to hit bottom, and he may drag you down with him. I know you well. Remember, you let me use your picture on one of my poems? And I know how your Mother Susan must feel also. Hugs and Love, yours in friendship. Bill Murray|
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|Oh My baby Girl...
Memories. I am so happy to fly free of those burdens we suffered with him.
He will lose in the long run. You need to fly free of the nest. Let him go to the fodder fields of addiction. He's alone.
I love you.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|the effects of addiction go far beyond the one who is addicted ... you have expressed this very powerfully ...|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Friction from addiction, my sis has same problem as you, great kick up the butt write, good message, concur with Lori|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
Suffering for you.
Now that's a revelation that so many could use. Great job!