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Mariska Hargitay Saved My Life

By Kristen McGuiness

As I watched Law and Order: SVU in early sobriety, I’d think: If Mariska can solve major problems in an episode, there has to be some hope for me. MORE  

Tom Arnold Cleans Up

By Kristen McGuiness

When he became addicted to painkillers after nearly two decades of sobriety, Tom Arnold kept it a secret. Then he almost died. Now he’s back to tell the tale. MORE  

An Icon Took Me In

By Mara Shapshay

After I hit rock bottom, I went from living in my car to moving into a generous celebrity's mansion. MORE  

No Longer High Art

By McCarton Ackerman

His band may share the same name as a potent form of alcohol, but Everclear lead singer Art Alexakis has more than two decades of sobriety under his belt. MORE  

The Teen Truthtellers

By Nic Sheff

Nic Sheff and Blake Nelson are both sober. They’ve both also written successful books about addiction and recovery aimed at teens. What happens when they sit down to talk about it?  MORE  

Jeannie Out of the Bottle

By McCarton Ackerman

A decade later, I Dream of Jeannie’s Barbara Eden speaks out about her son’s tragic overdose. MORE  

The Sober Mystery Tour

By Rachel Kramer Bussel

Writer Elizabeth Zelvin brings addiction, recovery and the 12 steps to the mystery world, showing—in her words—the humor and hope of recovery. MORE  

The "Golden Voice" Cleans Up

By McCarton Ackerman

Ted Williams was homeless when a viral video made him instantly famous. But the so-called Golden Voice had to get sober to keep his life from falling apart. MORE  

Rockers Who Just Say No

By Judy McGuire

As this exclusive excerpt reveals, not every musician has the drug habits of Pete Doherty or Courtney Love.  MORE  

Almost Famous—Until I Got Sober

By Molly Jong-Fast

After growing up in the shadow of her mother, Erica Jong, whose best-seller Fear of Flying made her a household name, the author yearned for fame of her own. She almost had it too—until she got sober. MORE  

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