Surviving Magnelia Monsoon
Contradicting the egregious and harmful stereotype of alcoholics being weak-willed or “lesser than,” this memoir showcases the incredible strength needed to even function under the weight of denial, rationalizations, and self-loathing, let alone accomplish anything, as well as the fact that it is a disease that doesn’t discriminate based on birth or circumstance. It can affect anyone … and does. No alcoholic is truly alone in their struggle. It is all too common. But there is always a way out.