Kenneth L. Watson Jr., an Army Veteran, experienced pieces of his life falling apart due to alcoholism, then decided to fight back.
From his life experiences, he has reached a level of calm and serenity where he is rehashing all the demons from the past to record in the book 12 Faces of Sober.
After four years of sobriety, he reaches out to people like himself. Moreover, he speaks through this book to those who suffer post-military life, drug abuse, domestic violence, inequality, mental health, and all sorts of struggles that drive them to alcoholism.
After finding his rooting, he graduated in Strategic Media Communications from St. Cloud State University in 2018. Since then, he continued working on his ideas he collected for the book over the years.
Within this book, he reaches out to people and reflects the struggles he faced even after sobriety. Kenneth highlights the importance of a support system even in sober days. His struggles, his experiences found in his book, 12 Faces of Sober, could help many people relate and find solace.
He prides himself in being sober, and why wouldn’t he? He has seen a lot, suffered a lot, known loss, known failure, and surfaced out of it all. It has not been a smooth ride, twelve years in alcoholism, and losing a lot due to it; he comes out as a hero.
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