If your child has a substance use disorder, you aren't alone

Here are some facts:

✔️ If you're like millions of MOMS, you are neglecting yourself because you're consumed with helping your child.

✔️ Your actions affect your child's recovery and YOUR life.

✔️ Your child's addiction is NOT your fault.

✔️ But how you handle your child's addiction matters.

✔️ Drug fatalities are on the rise. Fatal drug overdoses hit a record high last year. COVID-19 is making the problem worse.

Finding a support group and a coach can help you.

Learning how to LET GO and work on my own recovery gave me my life back.

Through this guide, I learned how to set boundaries with my daughter, so I could lead a healthier life. Nothing changes if nothing changes. And it started with me.

Questions that will show you how to recover and find JOY.

We reinforce what we teach with worksheets

that will guide you to success.

Recapture who God created YOU to be

       When you're obsessed with your child's substance use disorder, you don't have time to focus on what's important to your purpose. 

Seven simple steps to start.

       Each simple step leads you to a better understanding of

HOW to LET GO with kindness, love and consistency.

Support Group

If workbooks aren't your thing, you can still

JOIN our FB support. Studies show that when we find comfort from others, we heal. Share your successes, your frustrations, and ask for prayers.

Michelle Weidenbenner || Author

Once I became the mother of an addicted loved one and the guardian of his two children, everything changed. I spent years wondering if I'd get the call  that my son was gone.

Now that our son is almost four years in recovery (opioids to heroin to meth), God is using me to help MOMS who are going through a similar journey.

I provide a safe place for moms of to share their pain so they can heal and learn how to connect with their loved one using kind boundaries.


You don't get over your 'helping' addiction by avoiding your loved-one.

You recover when you create a new life for yourself that doesn't involve trying to save, rescue or stop your addicted loved-one from using.

Copyright 2019, Moms Letting Go / Michelle Weidenbenner