Dark to Light

Dark to Light is brutally honest, courageous and
captivating emotional experience for readers
who's lives are or have been touched in
any way by alcohol and drug addiction.
If you are addicted, scared to death,
looking for help, understanding, a life ring,
a glimmer of hope or a road map out of the rabbit hole,
read Dark to Light. It is changing lives. More

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About Dean Ingram

Addiction is a beast. It's a lifestyle that is rarely understood
except by those who have experienced the darkest throes
of its hopeless destruction "Dark to Light" is dedicated to
readers and their loved ones whose lives are or have been
touched in any way by alcohol and drug addiction.

This book is not written by any psychologist, doctors or
sponsored by a rehab facility or a recovery program.

It is written by a guy who started drinking at the age of 12.
Over the next 43 years of his alcohol and drug addiction,
he experienced multiple hospital stays, clinical depression,
mental breakdowns, attempted suicides, rehabs, recovery
programs, divorces and earned fortunes only to squander
them away.

Meet Dean Ingram: "This book is about the darkest time of
my life. A complete and total breakdown of my mind, my
body, my emotions, my heart and everything I held dear.
Taking my own life at that time seemed to me a good idea!
This is the earmark of a terribly broken brain."

"Dark to Light" captures an intimate, deeply personal battle
with alcohol and cocaine addiction which led the author to
a profoundly creative avenue to document his emotionally
charged turbulence - through poignant poetry and verse.

Dean reveals the gritty barefaced truth of addiction, his
courageous climb out of the rabbit hole of drugs and
alcohol and his hard fought transformation to the man he is

With raw honesty, Dean offers realistic hope to those
desperately struggling for a life of recovery, sobriety,
strength and freedom from the beast.

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