Living Sober Sucks (but living drunk sucks more).

Living Sober Sucks (but living drunk sucks more).

by Mark Tuschel

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Living Sober Sucks (but living drunk sucks more). by Mark Tuschel

This book offers a different path that breaks the stereotype of the 12-step system. An alternative to the typical recovery model or "program" system. An inspiring, real life story, like no other story you've heard before. It is entertaining, funny, sad and brutally honest. Straightforward and uncomplicated. Written in raw terms and language for the alcoholic. Reality is reflected on every page.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000793770
Publisher: Mark Tuschel
Publication date: 12/08/2009
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 514,119
File size: 226 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Mark A. Tuschel is a PhD – Previously heavy Drinker. Mark has over four years of sobriety without a relapse. He is not a prohibition lunatic; he openly admits he misses his old friend alcohol. He realizes that his drunken lifestyle was completely his own choice and drinking will not improve his life or his chances for a better future. Accepting this precept is why he chooses to remain sober. Mark has been involved in radio broadcast for over 20 years. Starting as an on-air DJ in Milwaukee, WI. then producing comedy for All-Star Radio, ACN, ESPN Radio, Animal Radio Network and more. He currently performs cartoon character voice work from his home studio. He is also the founder and author of the website www.FreeDivorceSupportForMen.com

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Living Sober Sucks (but living drunk sucks more). 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for perfect punctuation, look elsewhere. If you're looking for reality, start here. I know him -- he lives it. He means it. It's possible.