Charlotte Grey is a regular contributor to The Fix and has written for Substance.com, Keys to Recovery Newspaper, and the online AA Grapevine. Charlotte has also been invited to be a guest blogger at Talkspace.com.
Charlotte was awarded a full scholarship to attend the New York City BinderCon professional writing conference in 2015.
“How I Stayed Sober Through College,” The Fix, December 17, 2019
“Getting Sober Young, Staying Sober Young,” Keys to Recovery Newspaper, June 2017 (reprinted from The Fix with permission)
“How I Changed My 12-Step Recovery Network While Staying Grounded in Recovery,” The Fix, July 17, 2016
“Getting Sober Young, Staying Sober Young,” The Fix, April 3, 2016
“Healing the Wounds of Abortion in Sobriety,” The Fix, March 18, 2016
“Staying Sober Through an Emotionally Abusive Relationship,” The Fix, January 13, 2016
“Psychiatric Misdiagnosis and Rediagnosis in Recovery,” The Fix, September 8, 2015
“Narcissism and Recovery,” The Fix, July 31, 2015
“Dating in the Rooms, Break-Ups in the Rooms of AA,” The Fix, July 10, 2015
“Live Music in Recovery,” The Fix, June 15, 2015
“Chronic Illness in Recovery,” The Fix, April 21, 2015
“My AA Sponsee Died of an Overdose,” Substance.com, August 29, 2014
“To Live: Dating in Sobriety,” The Grapevine, January 9, 2014 (private access to archive, article available upon request)
“The Decision to Have an Abortion in Sobriety,” The Fix, June 27, 2013
Disclaimer Charlotte Grey does not claim any professional training in social work or psychiatry. The suggestions listed on this page and on this website are meant to inspire supplemental treatment options for self-help. It is recommended that professional treatment be combined with any solutions discussed herein for suspected or known psychological or psychiatric malady, and that the content of this website not be used as substitute for professional treatment.
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