Drunk Mother: Life Beyond The Glass…………..?

Hey, I am 14 year old girl with a crappy life and a drunk mom. I am writing a memoir about our life inside the glass, and whats beyond it.

Will you read it?
If it gets published, would you buy it?

Thanks, Katie

  1. Bluberry
    on November 30th, -0001

    de ja vu for me you poor darl. course i’d read it.

  2. CoffeeCup
    on November 30th, -0001

    LOTS of people would read it. There are thousands of people who can relate.

  3. WellBalanced
    on November 30th, -0001

    Yes I would because I can relate, I lived with a drunk mother and seen alot things I shouldn’t have seen. Seriously I hope the best for you, you don’t have much longer until you can move out.

  4. ChickenLicken
    on November 30th, -0001

    Hey, I’m the one who wrote you an answer about your ipod. My name is Becky, glad to know yours!
    I know all too well about your situation. My mom is also an alcoholic and a xanax addict. My entire life I had to take care of her and basiclly babysit her, as this made my life crappy too. I’ll be honest with you, I am a RECOVERING alcoholic. I have 63 days without the glass now. I’ll say this, LIFE GETS BETTER. You said your 14, I really hope anyone else who responds to this does not take that into account. Age has nothing to do with suffering, and dealing with alcoholism. Excuse the language, but screw anyone who judges you or underminds what your going through. Time to think about your self.
    As a recovering addict and both parents alcoholics, there is an amazing life beyond the glass. In reguards to my addiction, I have a little over 2 months clean, and I am already back into a lot of the hobbies I never thought I would do again. I feel good now!!! I’m telling you these things about my self because you should know i’m not just blowing smoke up your *** (again, excuse the language).
    I would like to write a whole lot more, but I want my response to get to you quick. As far as you writing a book, DO IT!!! I would buy it in a minute. In fact, if it’s possible, i’d like to share some of my own life expierences with you to give you some ideas. Here’s my emai adress if your interested.
    wolfeysp@yahoo.com

    Please write your memoir. Dont give up that idea!!!

  5. BlindPoet
    on November 30th, -0001

    Good luck, I would read it.

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Drunk Mother? Life beyond the Glass………………?

Hey, I am 14 year old girl with a crappy life and a drunk mom. I am writing a memoir about our life inside the glass, and whats beyond it.

Will you read it?
If it gets published, would you buy it?

Thanks, Katie

  1. pricklycharacter
    on November 30th, -0001

    Katie, I grew up with violence and abuse. My Mom was one of several abusers who “changed” my life.

    I applaud you for writing about your situation. It can be so helpful to put things down on paper and get them out of your head.

    I don’t know if I will read it. Sorry, its just that I’m still trying to “get past my past”. I feel that reading it might bring up some of the painful stuff in my own head.

    I wish things could be better for you. Its hard to survive when your adults are “insane”. Keep your eye out for things that might help you survive better. AlAnon has helped many family members of drunks. Do your best to avoid bitterness, it will corrode your spirit. I began to heal when I encountered Jesus Christ when I was 18 and suicidal. He has been my support, love and healing in this life. I love Jesus because He loved me first. Maybe sometime you will meet Him too.

    Good luck. If you post your writings on Y/A I will try to read your book. Hugs, Katie.

  2. Aravis
    on November 30th, -0001

    Yes, I would read it and buy it. I myself grew up with a drunk dad so I know how it feels.

  3. Solitarygrowth
    on November 30th, -0001

    Yes I would read it why not. I like books about crappy life. But don’t lie in the book let it flow. It must be realistic

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