Welcome to Ask the Contributors, our new video column featuring Q&As with some of most our esteemed writers. We’ve created this not only because we believe in out-and-proud recovery but also because we think you should see the people whose work you’ve been reading and hear why they decided to become so out-and-proud.
Today we’re talking to Susanna Brisk, an Australian raised writer, actor, comic and solo performer, who has worked all over the world. Her memoir, I’ll Be the Death of Me, is available now and she blogs about sex, parenting and depression (and their interrelation) at MalibuMom. She’s been a guest on AfterPartyPod but also has her own podcast, The MILF Code. So that’s who she is. Today, we ask her: do you have any regrets about your policy of radical honesty in recovery?
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