Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Describe Your Loved One

Let's play a little word game.

Use five words to describe your loved one that is addicted, using, in recovery, living life on there terms, any anything else or these can be the words for yourself. You can identify the person or not, maybe just son, daughter spouse or just put down five words.

These words are what you want the WORLD to know. No need for explanation or justification. These words belong to you.

39 comments:

Dad and Mom said...

My son: loving, forgiven, smart, human, welcome

Have Myelin? said...

She was very much loved.

Joy said...

My precious boy: sick, lost, loved, cherished, God's.

Anonymous said...

My darling daughter: loved, redeemable, prayed for, missed, lost.

Anonymous said...

My Son: Desparate, lost, alone, frightened, loved.

Cathy said...

My Son: defiant, impulsive, reckless, compassionate, loved

Her Big Sad said...

My beautiful daughter is:
Generous, spunky, impulsive, hard-working and loving!

Annette said...

My daughter: Beautiful, intelligent, compassionate, humble, lost.

Annette said...

So many good words...its really hard to leave it at 5. I loved Anon's word "redeemable." I would also need to add forgiven (thanks Ron,) willful, determined, stuck, and loved.
Sorry Ron....I didn't follow your rules.

Terri said...

my son - creative, intelligent, funny, giving and loving.

beachteacher said...

My so loved son:

wounded, smart, struggling, heartfelt, yearning for lasting recovery. (maybe too many words).

Topper said...

My son: troubled, sad, struggling, smart, so loved

Anonymous said...

Our son: wondering if he is alive.

lulu said...

So love my awesome son .

Julie said...

Wounded, Unattached, Defiant, Disabled, Loved.

Barbara said...

My son...

Sensitive, scared, smart, loved, lost.

DDD said...

My son: smart, selfish, manipulative, progressing, loved.

found4sure said...

My son: redeemed, conflicted, relieved, incarcerated, loved.

lori said...

My daughter: First, is loved. Then searching, self-sacrificing, impulsive, and forgiven.

Adrienne said...

My son: lost, sick, beautiful, loving, struggling.

Lisa said...

My son...trustworthy, happy, mature, caring & funny!

Stacey said...

my son - split in half by his addiction- intelligent, talented, good natured, huge desire to be liked, fighting unseen demons that paints unflattery picture of himself that only he sees

Dawn said...

My son - conflicted, defiant, manipulative, scared, loved

Syd said...

My wife--honorable, giving, quiet, thoughtful, wounded

Anonymous said...

My son -loved, conflicted, searching, struggling, hopeful
Hmmm- just realized those words describe myself also!

notmyboy said...

My son: First, wise, independent, thoughtful, healthy

Anonymous said...

My son: scary, lost, violent, hidden, loved.

Anonymous said...

My Daughter: diseased, deluded, detached, damaged, devastating.

Anonymous said...

My son: impulsive, unfeeling, confused, irresponsible, damaged.

I sorely miss the son I had before addiction.

Tori said...

My son: wounded, impulsive, forgiven,conflicted,loved.

Cathy | Treatment Talk said...

creative, smart, friendly, wounded, angry - my son

Anonymous said...

Me - Frightened, confused, worried, improving, loved (and LUCKY)

Anonymous said...

My best girl friend: melodramatic, stubborn, anti-spiritual, nostalgic, undaunted.

Nan said...

My wonderful son: loving, strong, sad, scared, amazing

Anonymous said...

My son: Improving, scarred, determined, loved, unfinished

Viktor said...

No one but me: manipulative, controlling, needs positive regard, love addiction (not very few words, though)

Anonymous said...

My son: smart, manipulative, troubled, confused, loved

Capelass said...

Tormented, denial, yet soulful, loving and THANKFULLY still alive

Anonymous said...

My son: caring, considerate, funny, improving, scared