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Weed felt like an integral part of Rebecca’s identity. She swore she never wanted to quit – but underneath she was scared that she couldn’t.
You do not have to spend too much time in recovery before the Good Things come. But sometimes it is hard to accept Good Things. Fear can keep us in old habits.
Please help us welcome Erin W. who will be writing for and managing our She Recovers blog. She is amazing. Read on and see for yourself. ~Dawn~ The Reasons It started with Baby #1. I like a routine; a schedule. And I read that babies do, too. So every night at 6:30...