The Power of Inspired Action

By Amy Leo
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Amy Leo is a fellow human being doing the best she can. She is a three principles paradigm coach, singer-songwriter, and travel addict. With a background in social work and mental health education, she is passionate about alleviating human psychological suffering and travels the world sharing a simple, profound, and scientific truth of how our human minds can work for us, instead of against us...particularly when it comes to our relationships. She loves dogs, her Finnish fiancé (she is even learning Finnish to prove it!), and could put Tzatziki sauce on nearly anything.
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Molly Crosby
Molly Crosby

Thank you for this today. Of all days, I am dealing with the same situation and feeling much the way Debra was feeling. This brought peace to my heart. Thank you again for all your inspirations

Susan Turner
Susan Turner

But God….

Pam
Pam

My daughter has fought addiction for most of her 46 years. Too many rehabs to count. Near death too many times to count. I am an enabler. Since hitting bottom (me) I have experienced the knowledge that yes, I may lose her and had to accept that. But I’ve felt guided to support her in EVERYTHING positive, speaking the truth in those matters and being silent but loving regarding everything else. The change has been consistent. In this last year she has begun caring for herself, stopped substance abuse and is happier and more positive than ever. I think the difference is that I’ve simply taken my hands off and stopped getting in God’s way. She can now hear Him and knows it’s between herself and God.

khrmyn1
khrmyn1

Thank you so much for sharing this I am too in a similar situation. I have been attending Nar anon and feel like alot of the things are not for me and my unique situation. I am so glad that I came across this! The Universe works in very mysterious ways indeed.

Paula
Paula

My daughter just overdosed and died on April 20th…

Debs Sutherland
Debs Sutherland

wow…thank you for sharing

Jina Juiliano
Jina Juiliano

Yes, Thank you. Yesterday I had also decided that I was going to help my granddaughter any way I could. Everyone is calling me an enabler too. But for myself, I am a strong supporter of homeless,and hunger charities and I decided yesterday that I would help my granddaughter anyway I could. After all LOVE is a healing force in my story and in Emily and Debra’s story. Many blessings and thx to you.

Mary
Mary

I so needed to read this tonight. My 25 year old son has struggled with addiction for 7 years and currently with heroin. I have listened to advice against my motherly gut instincts. I did put him out at 17 and the drug dealers took him in. When arrested for pot, I let him sit a few days, learning from criminals how to play the system. I applaude this mom for trusting her instincts for her child. I am so glad it turned out well for them.
My intention is to regain myself,regain my hope, so I can help and hopefully regain my son…the son he was before heroin. It is a scary thing for me to hope but I am trying.

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