"I spent all the kids’ Christmas money. I got drunk. I took all the money that my wife and I had saved. I was supposed to be picking up some big gifts a couple days before Christmas but instead I went to the bar…" —Robert on SRN
Robert McClellan is a writer, producer and new media expert.
He wrote, produced and appears in the award-winning documentary “Real Sobriety” and has recently released his first full length book, "Boom Baby Boom, Vol. 1: Tales of Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll and Recovery", and has a drawer full of incomplete film treatments and screenplays.
After several stints in rehabs and a few half-hearted attempts to clean up his act, Robert made the commitment to live a clean, sober, and happy life. Robert will soon mark his 26th year in recovery.
Find out more about Robert and his projects at http://www.intotheplanet.com/real-sobriety/
and follow Robert on Twitter @McClellanRobert
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