Natacha Davis is juggling a lot these days. She’s living with her mom, raising her three kids, and training to become a recovery coach to help people overcome addiction.
On a recent evening, she was running out the door for an A.A. meeting in Nashua. As she grabbed her keys, she peered into a Puerto Rican plantain stew simmering on the stove.
“Mom is the food done yet?”
“Not yet!” Her mom answered.
“Alright Mom. I love you. I’ll be back,” Davis opened the door. “You heard me? I love you.”