All posts by Kay Kopit

Kay Kopit is living an amazing life with her husband of 24 years (who happens to be 19 years her junior) and daughter in Northern California. Besides being a mother and wife, she continues with her love of painting, writing, teaching and speaking on the subject of codependency and children of alcoholics. Her passion is not only the arts but to help others through her inspirational story. Her courage, stamina, and faith have given her direction and the gift of helping give others hope. Kay has several published articles and recently launched her collection of inspirational cards, Art & Soul, Collection One: Transformation. For more information on Kay Kopit please visit www.kaykopit.com.
  • It Had To Happen This Way: A Memoir by Kay Kopit

    A survivor writing from personal experience, Kay Kopit brings an authentic voice to co-dependency and addictions, healing from sexual assault, denial and guilt. What she...

  • Road to Mariah: Journey Toward Adoption

    A Telephone Call That Changed Lives As we are walking in the house my husband Bryan excitedly says, “The red light is blinking, pick it...

  • Breakfast at Le Bateau Ivre

    Once a month I find myself gravitating toward the most unique Coffee House/Cafe in Berkeley, CA. I discovered this special place for dining about eight...

  • The Art of Visualization

    What is it in one’s spirit that enables them to break the cycle of a dysfunctional pattern of living and choose to live a healthy...

  • The Joy of Connections

    An invitation unlike any I had ever received; brilliant orange and blue with a greyhound bounding through a large letter C, which stands for Clayton....

  • Love From The Inside Out

    Marin County, California was a haven in the 1970’s for every type of self-actualizing plan imaginable. There were many groups ready to help you honor...

  • My First Signs Of Codependence

    The pink slip read, “Kay, come to the principal’s office.” I was sixteen, a senior in high school and had never before been asked to...

  • Opportunity

    I was returning from a trip to San Diego where I had gone to comfort my dear Aunt Letha. My mother’s recent death had left...

  • Codependence Day

    Boston was hot and humid the summer of ’72. With searing temperatures, I methodically packed over 50 boxes filled with antiques, junk and old stuff...

  • Suicide: In Memory

    Debra was radiant in her scarlet dress wrapped tautly over her swollen belly. Proudly she gave each guest a tour of the nursery, decorated in...

  • Older Woman Younger Man

    My husband and I have been happily married for 17 years. What makes our relationship unique is that Bryan was born in 1960 the year...

  • I Am Healthy: My Recovery From Codependency

    It is amazing to be able to say that! I will say it again, “I am a whole, happy, healthy, loving woman.” I was sick...