Are you struggling with co-parenting your children with an alcoholic? What are your challenges? What tools have you found? Join Lynne and Linzi as they share their experience in a conversation guided by these questions.
- What was it like before, co-parenting with an alcoholic before recovery?
- What made you realize that this wasn’t how you wanted to live any more? What brought you into recovery?
- What lessons did you learn in those early Al Anon meetings that you could apply to your co-parenting situation?
- What does dropping the rope mean to you? How do you find the line between protecting and parenting your kids and not overstepping into that over-mothering/hyper-vigilance/hyper-functioning?
- How did your family change when you found recovery and a new way of living?
- How is your relationship now with your co-parent?
- How do you talk to your kids about addiction and Al-Anon?
- How do the traditions help you find serenity in your co-parenting situation?
Readings and Links
Lynne read from the Detachment pamphlet, which is available online.
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