Sober Ever After (Paperback)
Jackie Elliott loves her wine. It makes her feel confident, and helps to relieve her anxiety and worry. Drinking wine is normal. Drinking wine is fun.
Until it isn't.
Jackie refuses to believe she has problem, after all she doesn't live under a bridge, she is still quite thin (and therefore healthy), and is quite able to function
But Jackie's "Drunken Magical Thinking" is propelling her towards disaster. Her life is starting to disintegrate.
The party really comes to end when Jackie starts to have blackouts. Not "falling down drunk" blackouts, but complete gaps in her memory after drinking only a few glasses. She can't recall conversations, phone calls, and most nights, she can't remember going to bed.
Jackie's love affair with Wine must come to an End.
'Sober Ever After' is not a "Dead Drunk in a Ditch" sensational story - it's part memoir, part self help guide from an ordinary woman who fell for the Big Con - that alcohol is not only harmless and fun, but we can't live without it.
'Sober Ever After' is for everyone who has the vague nagging worry that there must be more to life than chardonnay, cable and the couch.