We have come to think of addiction primarily as a physiological process with emotional roots. Yet, most addictions are deeply founded in a sense of spiritual emptiness that conveys a painful awareness that one’s life is not meaningful in some significant way. That the question of meaning arises is fundamentally a spiritual question, having to do with who one is and what one’s connection with life is as a whole.
– Cathy Darling Muir
Cathy Darling Muir is a mid-western girl who grew up to be a nurse, mother and addict. She struggled to become sober and has maintained that sobriety for over 10 years. Her story is one of despair to hope, truth to wisdom and an ever-growing appreciation for life and love in all its forms.