We all have our own inner demons. Once neglected, they can be very destructive. How did you deal with yours?  

Someone in our family can go through so much hell that goes unnoticed. The most painful times are when the person turned towards addiction in order to escape the painful reality of their life. However, there are also women like Jen Mascaro whose spirit was tested and educated by the experience.

On this episode of Life After Addiction And Indictment, Steve and Jen share their stories about the impact of the destructive addiction not only to themselves but also on their families.

Tune in for an episode that will give you a deeper insight of the effects of addiction on relationships.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What to do to conquer your demons and who are the people you can trust during the process
  • How Jen handled her marriage to the best that she could for her kids until the very end
  • Why suicide is never the answer, it is not okay, and not fair to anyone. There is always a solution and there is always someone who can help
  • And much more!

Favorite Quote:

“When I talk about how I let myself live in this world, and a lot of people who are in relationships with addicts ask themselves after they step out like, how did I get into that? Why did I do that? You can’t explain it. I still to this day cannot explain it. Did I love him? there were parts of him I love. Is he a good person? Yes but the bad far outweighs the good. Many points I could’ve dropped the relationship but I stayed because of kids, because of guilt, because I didn’t want him to kill himself. It was the most toxic environment I’ve ever had.”
Jen Mascaro

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