A poignant and moving account of the author's journey through recovery and his discovery of the evolving meaning of normal. Includes wisdom gleaned through his relationship with his Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor. The reader learns how to redefine their understanding of normal as it applies to them.
Mark Edick is an author in long-term recovery and is a retired auto worker. His second book, Fear: Feel It, Face It, and Grow, was published in 2012. He has an Associate of Arts in Human Services from Lansing Community College and is currently pursuing a second Associate's Degree in Creative Writing.