You can do something while waiting for your troubled son to come to his senses.
As the mother of a struggling son, you’ve suffered over his drug use or depression, underage drinking or premarital sex, truancy or violence, criminal behavior or rejection of your values. Naturally, you wish you could “make things right” for him, but it may seem as though there is little to do but watch and wait.
However, there are things we can do as mothers to help our boys–and ourselves. We can pray. We can learn from others who have lived this same nightmare. We can open our hearts to what God is teaching us.
Based on Lost Boys and the Moms Who Love Them, a book of reassurance for mothers, this comforting companion journal provides a place to record your thoughts, concerns, revelations, struggles and prayers: an outlet that will soothe your soul and help you to see your son, yourself, and your God in a new and hopeful light.