As most of you may remember I talked last week about my daughter smoking oxycotin, well I have run the gammit of things to do for her. Tried to get her to treatment and she refused. Called a professional interventionist (way too expensive), spoke in meetings, finally when I spoke with my sponsor about it she told me to surrender my daughter to her higher power as I had to surrender myself. That took a lot for me to do but there is a freedom in that. It was harder than surrendering myself. My HP has a plan for me and gives me the free will to do His will or my own and choose to do the will of my HP. My daughter also has that freedom of choice and is choosing a different path than I would choose for her but it is not my journey. Keeping myself sober, centered and in constant touch with HP is what is going to help her in the end. She is on her own path and I have accept, and respect that her HP will care for her until she is ready to surrender herself as I have. Please keep her in your prayers and hope that it does not take 25 years of addiction to finally surrender her will.
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