In her upcoming book, Curlin Reed Sullivan shares the tears, anger, laughter, and gallows snarkiness she relied on both times her hubby was in rehab.

She supports anyone seeking recovery, but also believes family members need as much care and attention as the person in rehab.

Curlin fantasizes about a new plan where everyone in the family heads off to month-long get-aways like “weird twin camps across the lake from each other.”

In a genre often filled with unbearable losses and grief, Curlin brings a witty, hopeful rallying cry to share with anyone who has been affected by someone else’s addiction or recovery.