Love them or loathe them, the sober influencers are here. And they’re here to stay. Amy casts a sardonic, poignant eye over this disturbing phenomena.
When we first launched back in Spring 2017 we were privileged to feature some work by the one and only Amy Dresner.
Fast forward two years later and with “Depression in Recovery” Amy takes an irreverent view on addiction, recovery, the brain reward system and, erm, dopamine.
We’re pretty excited about this. No, really. We are!
For most of us, our recovery journey will have crossed paths with AA (Alcoholics Anonymous). And you can be pretty sure in any discussion there will be folk who love them, and folk that, er, aren’t so sure! But that’s okay.
Recovery is a very personal thing. Love ’em or hate ’em, AA is a big deal for many of us.
Today we’re exploring these thoughts, with the help of renowned author and recovering drug addict, Amy Dresner, who has kindly allowed us to publish her article on AA, initially featured in The Fix.