Mommy Doesn't Drink Here Anymore
A Mother Shares the Story of Her First Year of Sobriety
A real woman’s memoir and her story of recovery in hopes that she inspires other mothers to maintain sobriety.
A mom who turned to alcohol. With three children under five, a set of twins and a newborn, Rachell Brownell wanted to feel like an adult again. So she turned to three bottles of white wine a night.
The good, the bad, and the ugly of getting clean. Through wit and honesty, Brownell lets readers into her world of addiction, but also towards hope. Through examples of community, wisdom, and support, this book provides a map for anyone trying to get through the early stages of recovery.
Inspiration for the first year of recovery. Learn how a couple of glasses of wine lead to a big problem. Understand how mommy cocktail groups and the desire to feel like “more than a mommy” can lead to addiction. In Mommy Doesn’t Drink Here Anymore you will find:
- The good, the bad, and the ugly of parenting
- The truth about the first year of recovery
- Hope for a light at the end of the tunnel
Mommy Doesn’t Drink Here Anymore is one woman’s recollection of the pressures of motherhood, addiction, and the first year of sobriety. Without preaching, Brownell lets you into her heart-wrenching and inspiring story. If you learned from books like The Happier Hour, Drunk Hour, or Quit Like a Woman, then you’ll want to read Mommy Doesn’t Drink Here Anymore.