My Fair Junkie: A Memoir of Getting Dirty and Staying Clean

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Hachette Books #ad - Thus began a spiral that eventually landed her in the psych ward--and then penniless, divorced, and looking at 240 hours of court-ordered community service. In the tradition of blackout and permanent midnight, a darkly funny and revealing debut memoir of one woman's twenty-year battle with sex, drugs, and alcohol addiction, and what happens when she finally emerges on the other side.

Soon, if you could snort it, or have sex with it, smoke it, she did. Growing up in beverly hills, amy dresner had it all: a top-notch private-school education, the most expensive summer camps, and even a weekly clothing allowance. But at 24, she started dabbling in meth in San Francisco and unleashed a fiendish addiction monster.

My Fair Junkie: A Memoir of Getting Dirty and Staying Clean #ad - In the tradition of orange is the new black and jerry stahl's Permanent Midnight, and shamelessly honest memoir of one woman's battle with all forms of addiction, hitting rock bottom, this is an insightful, darkly funny, and forging a path to a life worth living. For two years, sex addiction, " she swept up syringes and worse as she bounced from rehabs to halfway houses, assigned to a Hollywood Boulevard "chain gang, all while struggling with sobriety, and starting over in her forties.

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High Achiever: The Incredible True Story of One Addict's Double Life

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Harmony #ad - With heart-racing urgency and unflinching honesty, Jenkins takes you inside the grips of addiction and the desperate decisions it breeds. National bestseller • an up-close portrait of the mind of an addict and a life unraveled by narcotics—a memoir of captivating urgency and surprising humor that puts a human face on the opioid crisis.

Raw, brutal, and shocking. She is a born storyteller who lived an incredible story, from blackmail by an ex-boyfriend to a soul-shattering deal with a drug dealer, and her telling brims with suspense and unexpected wit. Tiffany breaks through the stigma and silence to offer hope and inspiration to anyone battling the disease—whether it’s a loved one or themselves.

High Achiever: The Incredible True Story of One Addict's Double Life #ad - Not because of the twenty felonies she’d committed, or even that she’d been captain of the high school cheerleading squad just a few years earlier, but because her boyfriend was a Deputy Sherriff, or the nature of her crimes, and his friends—their friends—were the ones who’d arrested her. A raw and twisty page-turning memoir that reads like fiction,  High Achiever spans Tiffany’s life as an active opioid addict, her 120 days in a Florida jail where every officer despised what she’d done to their brother in blue, and her eventual recovery.

Move over,  orange Is the New Black. Amy dresner, author of my fair junkiewhen word got out that Tiffany Jenkins was withdrawing from opiates on the floor of a jail cell, people in her town were shocked. But the true surprise is her path to recovery.

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Damaged Goods: a Memoir

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Independently Published #ad - Heartbreaking at times, this memoir is more than a drug-a-log as you are taken into her raw lifestyle as an addict, and the long road to recovery. This is a deeply personal story of a young woman's journey through addiction, the loss of her love, and her mother's suicide. Powerful and inspiring.

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Girl Walks Out of a Bar: A Memoir

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SelectBooks #ad - When her close-knit group of high-achieving friends celebrate the end of their grueling workdays with alcohol-fueled nights at the city's clubs and summer weekends partying at the beach the feel-good times can spiral wildly out of control. Girl walks out of a bar is a candid portrait of alcoholism through the lens of gritty New York realism.

A chilling, cautionary tale. Ann dowsett johnston, author of drink: the intimate relationship Between Women and  Alcohol Lisa Smith was a bright young lawyer at a prestigious law firm in NYC when alcoholism and drug addiction took over her life. Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir. Beneath the façade of success lies the reality of addiction.

Girl Walks Out of a Bar: A Memoir #ad - This girl may have walked out of a bar, but she's walked into one of the best addiction memoirs I've ever read. Anna david, bought, naked and unflinching, and editor-in-chief of after party magazine "raw, the coke, the depression, New York Times best-selling author of Party Girl, the lies; the denial,  Girl Walks Out of A Bar catapults the reader into the sordid, desperate reality of high-functioning addiction: the booze, the blackouts.

Lisa smith gives us a darkly comic, honest, and completely relatable inside look at high-functioning addiction in the world of corporate law-a sort of 'Sex and the Psych Ward. It's inspiring, informative, and impossible to put down. Jennifer belle, or staging her own semi-intervention, best-selling author of high Maintenance and The Seven Year Bitch "Whether she's telling the town car driver to turn around so she can ditch showing up for her niece's birth and meet her coke dealer, Smith takes us into the mind of someone who's completely in control while being radically out of control.

In this darkly comic and wrenchingly honest story, Smith describes how her circumstances conspired with her predisposition to depression and self-medication in an environment ripe for addiction to flourish.

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American Drug Addict: a memoir

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - I’m also a drug addict. My name is Brett. Recovery is not simply abstinence, but a process of growing up. And i have a tale to tell. But more importantly, it’s about the despair of addiction and the absolute certainty that it can be overcome. I’m a college educated man who once was a husband of 26 years with two children, three businesses, and a large home with an actual white picket fence.

. I would like to share with you what I have learned Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir. I spent my entire life searching for the key to long-term sobriety. My story has everything: sex, cinnamon toothpicks, anti-semitism, abortion, grave desecration, physics, armed robbery, atheism, strippers, venereal disease, pornography, heresy, Nine Inch Nails, ecstasy, AIDS, breasts, rehabs, crack, homosexuality, drug dealers, infidelity, heroin, marijuana, interventions, pawn shops, racism, alcohol, computer science, public nudity, product tampering, death, divorce, jail, pain pills, suicide, Barry Manilow, identity theft, elderly abuse, pain, God, road rage, arson, used tampons, marriage, prostitutes, burglary, vandalism, traffic fatalities, video games, withdrawal, acid, needles, and murder.

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We All Fall Down: Living with Addiction

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers #ad - By candidly revealing his own failures and small personal triumphs, Nic inspires readers to maintain hope and to remember that they are not alone in their battles. Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir. A group reading guide is included. Nic sheff's tweak, we all fall down, and his father's memoir about him Beautiful Boy are the basis of the film Beautiful Boy starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet.

In his bestselling memoir Tweak, Nic Sheff took readers on an emotionally gripping roller-coaster ride through his days as an addict. In this powerful follow-up about his continued efforts to stay clean, devastating relapses, Nic writes candidly about eye-opening stays at rehab centers, and hard-won realizations about what it means to be a young person living with addiction.

We All Fall Down: Living with Addiction #ad - Little brown Books for Young Readers. In his follow-up to his bestselling memoir Tweak: Growing Up On Methamphetamines, Nic Sheff reveals a brutally honest account of a young person's struggles with relapse and rehab.

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Chasing A Flawed Sun

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Bowker #ad - This story is an autopsy into the mind, heart and soul of an addict. What makes it so unique is the vulnerability and transparency with which it is told. It is the goal of this story to not only to tell a vivid tale but to also share hope and experience with those who are actively struggling with their own demons, and to shed some light to those who have lost or are currently dealing with a loved one who is struggling with addiction, alcoholism and/or a lost sense of “self”.

Daniel mcghee lives and owns several businesses just outside of Baltimore, Md. It is a difficult subject to write about, but McGhee has done a great service in writing this book. Not only has daniel mcghee survived hell and lived to tell the tale, but his words are an inspiration and can act as a guide for people still traversing that dark path, in a memoir that is at once merciless and uplifting.

Self-publishing review, ★★★★½ Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir. However in “chasing a flawed sun” the author shows us how after breaking him down and almost taking his life several times, the battle with the drug did just that. In his eighteen years in recovery he’s learned to enjoy writing, fitness, and traveling the world.

Chasing A Flawed Sun #ad - He also owns a non-profit and works with addicts, children and homeless in his area. Riveting" ★      ★"i couldn't put it down!"★       ★"not just another addiction memoir" ★      ★"Must read!" ★         The phrase “Heroin saved my life” could be considered both controversial and even offensive to some.

A transparent story of the life of a young man in America, like many of our lost youth, who, found his way into the drug culture.

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How to Murder Your Life: A Memoir

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Simon & Schuster #ad - This is a tale of self-loathing, self-sabotage, and yes, self-tanner. From the new york times bestselling author and former beauty editor Cat Marnell, very funny, chaotic” The New York Times memoir of prescription drug addiction and self-sabotage, maddening, heartbreaking, a “vivid, set in the glamorous world of fashion magazines and downtown nightclubs.

At twenty-six, cat marnell was an associate beauty editor at Lucky, one of the top fashion magazines in America—and that’s all most people knew about her. Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir. It continues to new york, glamour, where we follow Marnell’s amphetamine-fueled rise from intern to editor through the beauty departments of NYLON, Teen Vogue, and Lucky.

Combining “all the intoxicating intrigue of a thriller and yet all the sobering pathos of a gifted writer’s true-life journey to recover her former health, happiness, ambitions, How to Murder Your Life is mesmerizing, revelatory, and identity” Harper’s Bazaar, and necessary. She was a prescription drug addict.

How to Murder Your Life: A Memoir #ad - Little brown Books for Young Readers. From the condé nast building to seedy nightclubs, from doctors’ offices and mental hospitals, Marnell “treads a knife edge between glamorizing her own despair and rendering it with savage honesty. With the skill of a pulp novelist” the new york Times Book Review what it is like to live in the wild, chaotic, often sinister world of a young female addict who can’t say no.

It begins at a posh new england prep school—and with a prescription for the Attention Deficit Disorder medication Ritalin. But she hid a secret life.

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A Piece of Cake: A Memoir

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Broadway Books #ad - Orphaned by the death of her mother and left in the hands of a sadistic foster parent, young Cupcake Brown learned to survive by turning tricks, downing hard liquor, and ingesting every drug she could find while hitchhiking up and down the California coast. Memoir is one you can’t easily put down. New york times bestseller • the heart-wrenching, uplifting tale about a woman named Cupcake“Cupcake Brown’s confessional.

. Of a remarkable life filled with pain and wisdom, hope and redemption. San fracisco chronicle“Dazzles you with the amazing change that is possible in one lifetime. Washington post  Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir. An engaging account. She stumbled into gangbanging, prostitution, drug dealing, hustling, and, eventually, theft, the best scam of all: a series of 9-to-5 jobs.

A Piece of Cake: A Memoir #ad - A piece of cake is unlike any memoir you’ll ever read. Her life is nothing short of a miracle. Chicago sun-timesthere are shelves of memoirs about overcoming the death of a parent, childhood abuse, gangbanging, rape, drug dealing, hustling, near-death injuries, drug addiction, miscarriage, prostitution, alcoholism, and homelessness.

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Dreamseller: An Addiction Memoir

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Citadel #ad - Citadel. But like any great skateboarder, Brandon Novak was always determined to get up again. Skate, drugs, tailspin into addiction, and rock ‘n’ roll!”—kat Von D, LA InkForward by Tony HawkSkateboarder and Jackass star Brandon Novak comes clean about his crazy rise to fame, and other death-defying stunts on the road to recovery.

. At seven, Brandon was a skateboard prodigy. By the time he was fourteen, he was living the dream. With the help of his celebrity buddy bam margera of Jackass fame, Brandon joined the cast of MTV’s Viva La Bam and made an honest reach for sobriety. Entertaining, shocking, crazy, unimaginable. Bam margerawith 24 pages of photosUpdated with a New Epilogue Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir.

Dreamseller: An Addiction Memoir #ad - He pushed the fantasy that everything was okay, that he was going to rehab, getting help, and getting better. Then he got hooked on heroin. Soon the up-and-coming star was living a down-and-out life in a garage, begging for change, and hustling to score his next fix. Little brown Books for Young Readers. Signing autographs and appearing in films and magazines.

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Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget

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Grand Central Publishing #ad - Little brown Books for Young Readers. She often blacked out, waking up with a blank space where four hours should be. Publicly, she covered her shame with self-deprecating jokes, but as the blackouts accumulated, and her career flourished, she could no longer avoid a sinking truth. Includes reading group Guide* Girl walks out of a Bar A Memoir.

. The fuel she thought she needed was draining her spirit instead. A new york times bestseller* for sarah hepola, alcohol was "the gasoline of all adventure. She spent her evenings at cocktail parties and dark bars where she proudly stayed till last call. Blackout remembering the Things I Drank to Forget. A memoir of unblinking honesty and poignant, laugh-out-loud humor, BLACKOUT is the story of a woman stumbling into a new kind of adventure--the sober life she never wanted.

Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget #ad - Mornings became detective work on her own life. Drinking felt like freedom, part of her birthright as a strong, enlightened twenty-first-century woman. Shining a light into her blackouts, as well as the confidence, she discovers the person she buried, intimacy, and creativity she once believed came only from a bottle.

Citadel. But there was a price. Used book in Good Condition.

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