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The Alcoholic Bitch Who Ruined Your Life

Narrated by: Molly McAleer
Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
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In this compelling and heartfelt memoir, writer Molly McAleer chronicles the discovery of her father's addiction and subsequent death, how true love saved her life and how she kind of sort of got tricked into going to rehab. She knows you'll probably never believe her side of the story, so she also interviews friends, ex-friends, and her acupuncturist about her history of substance abuse, flailing through her twenties and what kind of person she really is.

About the Author:

Boston born and raised television writer, blogger, internet personality and HelloGiggles.com co-founder Molly McAleer currently resides in Los Angeles and lives in constant fear that she's going to be homeless or go to prison for committing vehicular manslaughter. Her writing has appeared on over 25 websites and her Twitter was hailed as "one of nine to follow amongst millions" by The New York Times. She needs to touch a dog (any dog) at least once a day and hates eating, people who make fun of Juggalos and the circus. You can listen to her advice podcast, Plz Advise on iTunes and SoundCloud.

©2015 Molly McAleer (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Fair warning:The audio at times skips

I love this chick. Great story- kinda wish there was more. Worth a read though.

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Your point was...

I'm not sure what the point of your book was...you sound a bit self-righteous. You took up a bed in a rehab where someone may have needed to be, and claimed they were in it for the money. Do you have any idea how little money the people who work at rehabs make? There are too many books being written about addiction and rehabs by people who don't know what the hell they're talking about and with too little life experience. You have a nice voice, but make yourself sound bratty instead of intelligent or insightful.

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