Lies and Broken Promises - A Tale of Addiction

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Alan seeks solutions as anxiety and depression get the best of him and he tumbles into the downward spiral of full blown addiction. After molestation at a young age, Alan participates in numerous sexual experiences as he struggles with his ever increasing eratic behavior. His true story describes his drug addiction in detail and follows his difficult journey through addiction and prison. More

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About Alan B. Bradley

Most of my biographical information can be found in my memoirs “Lies and Broken Promises - A Tale of Addiction” and "Lies and Broken Promises - A Tale of Alcoholism". I did not do very well in school initially, but later in my late 20's, I went on to earn my bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. I earned highest honors with a 3.85 grade point average for my bachelor’s degree and 4.00 for my master’s degree. At Montclair, I concentrated on experimental psychology type courses even though they did not have that specific degree program at the time. I knew I wanted to get into a Ph.D. program in Experimental Psychology.

I enrolled in a three year doctoral program in Experimental Psychology at Fordham University. That was a wake-up call for me since I am an atheist and Fordham is a Catholic University. Half the courses are taught by priests. I was also accepted into the Experimental Psychology program at Kentucky State University with a fellowship good for $4,000 for each of 3 years. I turned the fellowship down because I was involved with a girlfriend and didn’t want to end the relationship by moving to Kentucky for three years. I hoped to concentrate on statistics and courses like Physiological and Experimental Psychology. I thought that would make for a good career as a professor and researcher. However, a motorcycle accident ended my career in college. I have no lingering problems from the accident, but after 8 months on pain pills, I couldn’t psych myself up to get back into college work the following year.

When I knew a Ph.D. was not in my future, I looked for work in the computer field which was very rewarding for me. I always wanted to write since way back in grammar school. I never had the time or the attention span to sit down and do any serious writing until a couple of years ago. My focus over the next few years will be on more writing.

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Review by: Thomas Egan on June 23, 2012 : (no rating)
I read Alan Bradley's Lies and Broken Promises - A Tale of Addiction quite fast. I couldn't believe the number of issues he had to deal with through his early years. I will never complain about my life again. His reliance on speed is fascinating. I could not personally fathom going a week or two without sleep. I thought I had an active sex life when I was younger, but Bradley blows me away with his escapades. The story is very sad, but it reads rather quickly.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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