Writing a Memoir Goes Against My One Method to Sobriety

Like the movie Fight Club, my sobriety wasn’t something I talked about.

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There’s a phrase that many people use while dieting that helps them out. “Out of sight, out of mind”. The idea is that if you don’t have the “bad” foods in easily viewable spots, you won’t even remember that they’re there.




“What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life?” — This is a group for women to support, encourage and empower each other thorough all stages of the Memoir Writing Process. Beginner to seasoned Memoir writers are welcomed. FREE YOUR VOICE! Stop the silence.

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Kelly Tompkins

Kelly Tompkins

Austin,Texas sober girl. Lover of horror movies, cats, and fitness. Occasional bad poet.

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