Drunk Punk: Getting Sober Without Gods or Masters
by Tim Spock and Drew Matlovsky
Alcohol never seemed like it was a big problem for the author... until one terrible day when he made a drunken mistake that killed two people. In prison, he stopped drinking but it took years to process what he'd done and how his choices had impacted those around him for his whole adult life. Being forced to go to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings was a source of resentment rather than support until he came up with an alternative program that had room for his skepticism about the role of outside power, agency, and religion in his life. As a punk who always carved his own path, Spock shares those steps to taking contol of your life here, as well as his own cautionary tale.
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