Hand in hand, we strolled through the counselor’s front doors. Two couples ahead of us made their way into the conference room across the way. I saw the white light of a large projector fill the room. On the screen were five black words:
Wednesday I’m leaving town for a week to visit with my brother and mother. Enjoy your week everyone!
|Join in on the fun!|
It’s the first Wednesday of the month and you know what that means - it’s time for the Insecure Writer's Support Group. Our lovely co-hosts are: Laura at My Baffling Brain, Mark Koopmans, Shah Wharton, and Sheena-Kay Graham. Be sure and thank them for their hard work.
A big thanks to Alex Cavanaugh for making it happen, you rock, Alex!
Funny how things show up in my email just when I need to read them. As most of you know, I’ve been working on a self-help book about recovering from finding out your partner is a sex addict. I want spouses to avoid making the same mistakes I did after I found out about my husband’s addiction. I provide tips and coping mechanisms to get through the relational trauma that comes from the discovery of the addiction.
I can’t wait until I have finished writing my book so I can join them on Amazon!
(all photos from Bing or me)
|Illustrated by Rob Z Tobor|
|From where else? Bing!|
|Click this for the list of participants.|
Anyone familiar with Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-anon, or any of the numerous twelve-step programs out there, have heard those words. Even people not in the rooms have heard them.