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  • imageCo-occurring mental health
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Annette Marshall

Marshall was born into a family that had been plagued by generations of substance abuse. “Despite their best efforts, my parents were unable to be the loving and nurturing parents that they surely had hoped to be, and that I wanted and needed,” Marshall says. “They loved us very much, but were so broken inside due to their own mistreatment and untended wounds, that they were incapable of conveying that to us.” Marshall’s story of recovery is not one of personal substance use, but about finding her way back to wholeness in the fallout of addiction. She is the granddaughter, the daughter, the sibling, the parent, the niece, and the friend of people who have struggled with addiction – and it has impacted her life on many levels. Healing for Marshall came with the loving embrace of Al-Anon – and a spiritual awakening. “As I kept coming back to meetings, as I got a sponsor, worked the 12 steps – layer by layer as things were revealed, I began to deal with them. I started to feel peace. I wasn’t angry anymore. I felt like I was finally experiencing some freedom.”

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