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By discovering techniques to use his own willpower, he has been able to maintain sobriety for more than eight years (without relapse) and rebuild his sense of self worth and ultimately his life.
Mark is not anti-alcohol or a prohibition lunatic. He honestly and openly admits that he misses his old friend alcohol, but he also realizes that drinking will not improve his life or his chances for a better future. Accepting this precept is why he chooses to remain sober.
He is also the author of "Okay, I quit. Now what?" and "Drunk Dad, Sober Dad."
Mark runs the website LivingSoberSucks.com A free website dedicated to helping other problem drinkers. Blog articles and podcasts are all FREE.
Mark has been involved in radio broadcast for over 20 years. Starting as an on-air DJ, producing comedy for All-Star Radio, ACN, ESPN Radio, Animal Radio Network and more. He currently travels the country doing public speaking engagements and speaking at prisons to assist inmates in preparing for re-immersion into society.
Straight to the point but the author sounds incredibly bitter especially regarding his ex.Published 1 month ago by Ladyzeppelin
I would have rated this book 10, sadly only 5 stars were available. I connected with this author on page 1, and remained entranced through to the end. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Christopher J. Dawkins
I adore this book. His no nonsense common sense approach at sobriety hot home with me. I dont believe in the "poor pitiful me" approach to sobriety that most addicts take. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ashley Genetjuice
Mark is such a good writer and his honest account of his journey is really interesting! He lays out the real deal regarding sober life, no holes barred. Read morePublished 11 months ago by I. Burke
I have a friend who is an alcoholic and want to understand this and what I can do to help him. This book gave me more insight and a better guide as to what to do and what not to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Darlene Lakin
I am not a hardcore alcoholic but tend to have too much fun when I go out for social drinking events. Once I get started, I can't seem to stop. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Debra F.
When there is a need for understanding, more information, rather than less, or not getting any at all, is very important.Published 15 months ago by Kathleen