Sharon was a stay-at-home mom who didn’t have a drinking problem until she was in her forties. Her husband staged an intervention, and she went to MARR. After 90 days of treatment, she returned home. She maintained her sobriety for a while, but she knew there were parts of her past that she hadn’t dealt with. Eventually she relapsed. She returned to MARR to go through treatment again, this time with more willingness to do what was required for her to stay sober. Today, she is connected with her family and her recovery community, and she enjoys a career that she never expected.