#Guest #Review Moms Letting Go by Michelle Weidenbenner

If your child is addicted to drugs or alcohol, you aren’t alone.

If you’re like millions of MOMS, you are neglecting yourself because you’re consumed with worrying about your child. You fear your child will die of this disease.

Moms want to help so bad that sometimes they help in unhealthy ways.

I’m the mother of a recovering addict. I know how you feel.

Your actions affect your child’s recovery and YOUR life.

Your child’s addiction is NOT your fault.

But how you handle your child’s addiction matters.

Drug fatalities are on the rise.

Let us help you find JOY despite your addicted loved one’s choices. Start today. Take care of YOU.

If you don’t take time for your wellness, you’ll be forced to take care of your illness.

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Guest Review – Carly Wilson

‘Mom’s Letting Go Without Giving Up’ is a book written to help as a guide for mother’s who have children who are suffering from addiction. Often at times when I have witnessed addiction, the parents are at a desperate point in not being able to understand the situation, or unhealthy becoming a contributor without realising, so this book was interesting as an advice on how parents can effectively handle/ alter their behaviour in order to help themselves through the process.

I’ve never read a book like this, but the overall purpose and intention of the book is admirable. I don’t have children, but this book in general made for a very interesting read. It made me understand more about addiction, the thoughts parents go through and how it can effect them. It was written in a very clear way, and I hope that it helps a lot of people who choose to read it.

5 stars

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Welcome to the Mighty Moms Club
Our focus is how to ruin our children’s “using” career and find joy in our lives. If that sounds like something you want to be a part of, you’re in the right place, and I’m super glad that you’re here! Are you ready to change the way you respond to your loved one’s addiction problems? I hope so!
How do you feel when you think your daughter’s drug addiction is ruining her life?
Hopeless, right? How do you cope with this hopeless feeling? Maybe you don’t. You might think, this isn’t really living; I’m dying inside because of her using career.
What do you have to do
to start living for yourself?
Follow me as I take you on the journey where you transform from a seed to a flower. From a mom whose only focus is on her child, to a mom whose focus is on herself.
Using this flower analogy, you will work through seven transformational steps to letting go:
Commitment; Self-Awareness; Inner Dialogue; Creating the Plan; Implementing the Plan; Progress, Reflection, and Vision; Helping Others and Living a New Life.
Once you master this shift in focus, you will help your adult child see that change is possible and that hope is the best four-letter word in the dictionary. Children do
what children see—no matter how old they are. Once you show your child what hope looks like, your child will see your joy and want what you have.
This book will show you ways to change. There is no magical bullet to help your son
or daughter get well. But you can make a difference by your responses to your child’s actions. To do this, you must first start with yourself.
I will give you suggestions based on my journey, but it’s up to you to act on the information.
If my suggestions make you uncomfortable or they don’t resonate with you, ponder them for a while. We are all on a different journey and recovery works differently for everyone.

About the Author
Michelle Weidenbenner is an Amazon #1 Best-Selling and Award-Winning author and speaker.

Michelle’s sweet spot is the center of her pickleball paddle, but it’s also empowering moms to regain their purpose and significance in order to live a life that matters and positively influence others. Her energy is contagious and focuses on unlocking the self-advocate in others and encouraging them to dream big.

As the mother of a recovering addict, she spends most of her time advocating and coaching moms of addicted loved ones. She podcasts at Moms Letting Go Without Giving Up. If you’re a mom of an adult addict, find her free guidebook, at MomsLettingGo.com.

Link to Moms Letting Go podcast: https://anchor.fm/michelle515
Link to free book for moms: MomsLettingGo.com

Follow the author on the following sites…
Website   Mom’s Support Group   Facebook   Twitter   Pinterest   Podcast   Goodreads   Amazon Author Page   Audible   Bookbub

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WHAT YOU GET:
HOPE, A Free Skill Guide, Membership to a Community of MOMS, and Speakers who understand addiction.

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One thought on “#Guest #Review Moms Letting Go by Michelle Weidenbenner

  • February 24, 2020 at 4:10 pm
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    Thank you for taking the time to read this book and share a review. I pray that you never have an addicted loved one.
    Society treats addicts like scum, and I understand because their behavior is typically horrible because of how they can’t think of anything except how they will find their next high.
    It happens in the brain. It’s not a character flaw, it’s a disorder that is progressive and chronic and devastating to the person and his or her family. Moms struggle because they nurture, they love, and unfortunately, that doesn’t help.
    Moms have to sit on the sidelines and watch the destruction.

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