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November 13, 2021 3:00 am
"My 93-year-old mother doesn’t suffer from dementia but is so mean to me. How do I make her happy while caring for her? I’ve been sober for 6 years, and she makes me want to start drinking again."
Terri in Texas called the radio program with an all too common problem: "How do I make her happy?"
Answering Terri on the air, I shared that, "Your responsibility is not to make your mother happy, but to work your sobriety program. Your mother can get happy in the same shoes she gets mad in! Your responsibility is to call your sponsor and continue staying sober. If you lose your sobriety, your mother gets a drunk caregiver and that will make all of it worse. Call your sponsor and go to a meeting."
"Strength of mind rests in sobriety; for this keeps your reason unclouded by passion." - Pythagoras
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This Peter Rosenberger this is your caregiver movement woman was called, must show to talk about her 93-year-old mother who doesn't suffer from dementia, but is very mean to her, she wouldn't know how I make her happy and normal, but honestly I've been sober for six years, but she makes me want to start drinking again. She so me how to make her happy and I told her that her responsibility is not to make her mother happy. But to work her sobriety program is that her mother can get happiness seems to she gets mad.
It but her responsibilities to call her sponsor and continue staying sober now told us that if you lose your sobriety. Your mother gets a drunk caregiver and that will make all of it worse. Call your sponsor go to a meeting Pythagoras once said strength of mine rested sobriety for this keeps your reason unclouded by passion.
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