All Sober compiles the best of the latest headlines. Here's your addiction and recovery news for the week of Feb. 12, 2024!
Four decades ago, an anonymous man in recovery sketched out some humble truths in 15 pages and discovered "anger is a friend," in some ways.
After 15 stints in rehab and, ultimately, two weeks in a coma, the actor felt grateful to survive and motivated to share his story in hopes of helping others.
A modern classic of the addiction-memoir genre, Caroline Knapp's book is remarkable for giving shape to an extremely common but nearly untranslatable experience: What does addiction feel like?
Persistence kept this memoirist drinking during dark years, but persistence has also kept her sober and motivated her to write books. Carol Weis shares her truth.
Carol Weis bares herself in her debut memoir, in which she unveils her two lives, before and after, in a collection of alternating chapters. It's a favorite of ours.