Sobriety Didn’t Save Him or Their Marriage

With his sobriety came acceptance, healing, and forgivenes—but still a divorce.

How I Used My Anger to Turn My Life Around

Sometimes what most people think of as a negative emotion is the perfect catalyst for change.

Explaining the 13th Sobriety Step, and it’s Not What You Think

The 13th step does not concern social media, but rather, centers on an issue paramount to an addict’s chance at real recovery.

Choices and Consequences – How I Survived Alcohol and Suicide

From drinking to get through life, to taking pills because he wanted to die, to accepting that living was a choice he was capable of making.

Book Excerpt: Rest In Places – My Father’s Post-Life Journey Around The World by Marlayna Glynn Brown

Death ends and begins a journey. Marlayna Glynn Brown confronts herself while facing her father’s alcoholism and death.

Taking One Step Forward, Knowing I May Take Two More Back

Richard Krzyzanowski has been sober for three years, but he still wakes up terrified after dreaming about the warm embrace of bourbon.

Scientists Are Close to a New Vaccine, For Alcoholism

Although there are many different facets to curing alcohol addiction, solving the chemical aspect could be the first step toward recovery for some.

The Empty Space: Absentee Parenting

It’s bad enough that you weren’t prepared to be a father, but failing to be there for your kids and not holding yourself accountable for who they become is even worse.