How To Start Feeling Happiness and Joy

So you love someone who is suffering from addiction? Welcome to our club. We are a group of strong and tenderhearted women from all over the world who are united by our love for someone who keeps hurting us. We are all also women who have forgotten to feel happiness and joy.

We’re in just as much pain as the one who stays up late to look at porn or snorts the line, who drinks too much, swallows the pills, or gambles our money away.

We love good people who make bad choices.

It’s as simple and complex as that.

And we find strength and comfort when one sister shares she is struggling with something so “embarrassing” not even her friends know – we raise our hands and say, me too. I feel your pain because that just happened at my house last week. And it sucks and it’s hard and we will get through this together.

You’ll find all that goodness and grace inside our programs where you will meet with thousands of women just like you. You’ll get all the strength and love you need to finally stop acting like you have it all together and fall apart. You will also be able to leave your depression behind and walk into a new state of hopefulness and belonging.

That’s what this community can do for you. It’s a confidential and safe place where you can begin your healing so your life can finally feel like you’ve always wanted.

And the best news is that you can get to this place of self-love and forgiveness if the one you love gets better or not.

This feeling of love that you’re looking for is not reliant on their sobriety.

I used to think if my husband just got sober – everything would be better. And you want to know the truth? He never did get sober, and I got waaaay better.

I got the life I was dreaming about.

But I believe in always being honest with you – even when it’s something you might not want to hear. Are you ready?

You have to do the work. You can’t wait for them to start recovery. Otherwise, you might be waiting forever to start to feel better.

Today, you can make a choice to start your own healing. Your happiness is entirely in your control. You just need to take the leap of faith and remind yourself that you’re worth it.

So… all of this is to say, join us. Become a part of our community and let us cheer you on. Let us become your safe spot, your encouragers, your truth tellers.

If you’re in love with someone suffering from addiction start with the Love Over Addiction Program. It comes with a beautiful workbook and the free bonus (Love Over Boundaries).

If you’re the mother of someone suffering from addiction – I would recommend the Love Over Mistakes Program. Share it with your entire family.

Make your healing a priority. It could be the relationship breakthrough you’ve been looking for.

If you have any questions, email us. We are always here for you. There’s an amazing team of women working behind the scenes to help and support you. You’re not alone.



Valentines Day: a day of love. But the truth is, when you love someone who’s suffering from addiction, this can be one more disappointing day to add to the calendar.

Let me ask you a question (and you can be real here because there’s never any judgment in our community).

Are you expecting them to love you like you deserve to be loved?

To show up consistently?

To be truthful at all times and every occasion?

Because love is meant to = trust.

Love is kind. Love is not rude.

It protects you.

Love is your meant to be your safe place.

So what do you do when you love someone who can’t offer you that kind of love back?

You give the gift of love to YOURSELF.  Take a warm bubble bath, bake your favorite dish,  go for a hike with the dog, or turn up the music and have a dance party.  You lock the door and get on your knees to pray.

And as our way of showing you how much you’re adored and how much we believe you are worthy of being loved and cherished, we’re offering 10% off Love Over Addiction. Use promo code ‘feb14’.

A confidential program for women who love someone suffering from addiction. Answers and encouragement in the privacy of your own home.

You don’t have to do this alone. Join a sisterhood of women who know exactly how you feel.