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Single mom Christy has her hands full with two children, Violet and Roscoe, and maintaining newfound sobriety, when her passive-aggressive, recovering-alcoholic mother re-enters the picture, brimming with criticisms about Christy's life. As the daughter works to be the best mother she can and to overcome mistakes she made, she must also navigate dysfunctional relationships with romantic interests, and with her irresponsible ex-husband, Baxter. Despite the uphill battle, Christy tries to remain positive and stay on a path to help her reach her goals.

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Christy considers getting a new sponsor after witnessing Marjorie have a major meltdown in a grocery store; Bonnie tries her hand at being a supportive friend.
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When the ladies bring a meeting to a women's prison, Bonnie is attacked by an old acquaintance; Christy helps Bonnie make amends.
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Christy gets a surprising offer from her boyfriend; Bonnie struggles to be the stable one in her relationship after Adam experiences a devastating loss.
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Christy and Bonnie help Jill get sober again; Christy's boyfriend is less than understanding when it ruins his birthday weekend.
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Everyone goes to Bonnie with their problems after Marjorie decides to take some time off from the group; Christy tries to overcome a painful memory.
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Christy adopts her new boyfriend's healthy lifestyle; Bonnie and Adam decide to take the next step in their relationship.
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Christy helps Jill adjust to being a new foster mom; Bonnie has trouble convincing tenants that she's a good building manager.
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Christy worries that an emotional fallout could jeopardize Bonnie's sobriety after Bonnie discovers Adam is still close with his ex-wife.
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Bonnie drives everyone crazy after her breakup with Adam, causing Christy to try to get the couple back together again.
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Bonnie and the ladies keep Jill's pregnancy a secret, causing Christy to feel left out.
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Adam questions Christy and Bonnie's morality when the women fall back into illegal activities.
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Christy and Bonnie are concerned for Jill when she breaks down on the anniversary of her mother's suicide.
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Christy becomes overprotective of her 12-year-old son when she discovers he's been using drugs and alcohol.
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Christy and Bonnie rush to sick Violet's side, only to find out that having mono is the least of her problems.
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Christy and Bonnie are concerned that Roscoe may have a drug problem after Baxter and Candace catch him smoking pot.
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Bonnie thinks she's no longer desirable after catching Adam smoking pot before sex, prompting Christy to try to smooth things over between them.
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Bonnie's ex-girlfriend offers Christy a lucrative real estate job; Adam wants to know more about Bonnie's past relationships with women.
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Bonnie and Adam's relationship is tested when she allows him to move in with her and Christy for a few weeks; Christy finds out it's not a good idea to go with Jill to meet men.
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Christy becomes discouraged when she realizes how much it will cost to become a lawyer; Bonnie tries to discipline Violet.
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After hearing different stories about Violet and Gregory's breakup, Christy and Bonnie are confused about what actually happened.
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Christy makes the dean's list at school, but Bonnie's uninspired response is less than passing.

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