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Brenda Wilhelmson has written for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Reader, and Advertising Age's Creativity. This is her first book.
Thank you for the courage to share your experience, strengths, and hope.
I will never go back and this book seems to really push that sponsorship, endless meetings, and helping people that don't want to help themselves.
I highly recommend Diary of an Alcoholic Housewife to anyone who seeks a better understanding of this disease and the people living with it.
was interesting to me because I am coming on a year of celebrating sobriety. Nice to hear another's story not alone in thisPublished 11 months ago by lori stacy
This book is one woman's journey from the depths of alcoholism to sobriety. It is an excellent read for old timers in the program, because it brings one back to "what we used... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Susan E. Rau
I read this book when I was about 3 months into my recovery. It was great to know that there were other women out there battling with similar demons. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Daniella
As someone who has always been in and out of drinking, I probably have more of a problem with addiction than i'm willing to admit, I am always intrigued by addiction novels. Read morePublished 11 months ago by molly
There is clearly a good story to be told but I found it a bit of a back and forth book and battled to get into it and relate to the housewife.Published 13 months ago by Venezia Parsons
I could appreciate how the author decided that her drinking was out of control and chose to stop. However, in her reviews of her motives and people around her, it almost seems... Read morePublished 14 months ago by K. A. Wilson
I was expecting more drama or pizzazz, but the book was a good insightful read. Brenda was honest and have me tools to use to prevent a relapse and to be mindful of others in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Danee Simonar