Joyce W. Wood of Queen Anne, MD died Saturday, September 23, 2017, at her home. She was 85 years old.Born in Chestertown, MD on May 23, 1932, Mrs. Wood was the daughter of the late Harold Copper Williams, Sr. and Evelyn Carter Williams. Her husband, John Lawrence Wood, Jr., died August 23, 2001. Mrs. Wood was a 1949 graduate of the Chestertown High School where she was the Sr. Class President.
This is the third and final part in a series about this family. Parts I and II explored what it means to be a parent to an adult addicted to heroin and what it is like to parent a grandchild whose parents are both in rehabilitation.I have been going to Al Anon since I was 20 years old. My father was an alcoholic, and my brother now has been in recovery for many years. I became the fixer of the family.
This is the second part of a series about this family’s life with addiction.My daughter is 25 and is in rehabilitation for the fifteenth time for heroin addiction. She, her boyfriend, and their 3-year-old son live with us.Her boyfriend, Hank*, who has an addiction to cocaine, was in recovery for a long time. About six weeks ago, he relapsed and was afraid to tell us, so he didn’t come home. It scared us to death because it was so out of character for him.
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