Monday, June 10, 2013

Milestones

Effective today, June 10, 2013 Alex is no longer under ANY government control. He has met and satisfied all probation (early) and he is no longer under probation for ANYONE. He has paid off all of his fines.

For every parent or addict out there reading this, there is life after. BELIEVE! Believe in yourself and make it happen. There is no one too far gone that they can't accept recovery. Parents or addict, it can happen for you. Day by day hope and love is all around.

12 comments:

beachteacher said...

It's a beautiful thing - I agree ! 👍 On June 7th, Friday- our son had a possible 1 year suspended sentence dismissed,...once 2 years of good behavior had occurred - ie., no arrests. In reality - he had not had 2 years of "good behavior",... as your son has - but hasn't been arrested in 2 years, which is a milestone -I'll take it. Hoping my son can continue on such a true path of recovery as yours has. Good on Alex. So happy to read this.

Syd said...

Such a great thing. So glad for all of you.

Becky V said...

Hip hip hooray! The gifts in recovery never stop, as long as never let up on our recovery.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Ron... It gives me hope..

Dad and Mom said...

Anonymous,
Thank you Alex, he gives us all hope. :-)

Addiction-A Mothers Perspective said...

It gives me great hope when I hear stories of recovery. It's been a long journey for you and your family. I'm so happy you have reason to celebrate today.

Her Big Sad said...

I am so very happy for you and especially for Alex and his little family. There is hope, indeed!

Anonymous said...

I really needed to hear this story of hope. I am so happy for your family. We're still at the beginning of this journey, and it helps to give me the strength to hang on for the ride.

Cathy | Treatment Talk said...

That is wonderful Ron! Thanks for sharing. It gives hope to others.

Sarah Flandro said...

Congrats to him and your family! I remember how happy my family was when I finished parole successfully. I'm sure he's proud of himself and I know you're proud of him! :)

xo, Sarah
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Maija said...

Thank you for this happy post! It does give me hope. My Alex has been sentenced and his road to a new life will begin. I pray he makes it work!

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