"Jack Hilden on confessions from the bottom"
"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."
"Modigast would be the one that is left in his abuse."
"This past year, many have chosen to confess his alcoholism in the public sphere. You do it to help others, to wash away the stigma, that you've learned something on the way that others can also have the benefit of to hear."
"Rebecka Åhlunds ”I was so fun to drink wine,” is another notable example. Recently interviewed by Andres Lokko, who as well as trying out their own alcoholism in the same text. Been dating an unknown man Robert Laul released the ”Alkisbarn” last spring, and the same autumn came Leslie Jamisons epic ”Tillnyktring”."
"Hanna citrus book reveals his abuse in DN Culture (10u002F3). She was, like most in this company, högfunktionerande until the drinking escalated and sobriety to the finish seemed the only choice."
"it is courageous and certainly important to continue to repeat these stories of alcoholism. But I feel almost all the time that something is missing. Hellquists text is not worse than others. In contrast, says nothing new, there is nothing I have not read before. It appears as a template of what such a text should contain. A description of that switch in the bottom, the background to and the reasons why she was so receptive, denial, and finally, the new sober life that is not at all as terrible as she thought. I slam the magazine with the feeling that I could just as well have contented myself with the title."
"nProblemet is that all the above narrators are healthy. They tell you from the other side, and talk to those who had not dared to jump. They have succeeded, and can tell you how it went. I don't doubt the truth in the citrus book says. To be free from his compulsion to drink alcohol must be just such a big relief that she describes. She can't do particularly much at the text as it gets – the narrative is already built into the recovery process. ”No, I have not become religious. I have been sober,” writes the citrus book. But it is precisely the religious it sounds."
"Certainly is a great score to hear about tillfriskning. Surely Hanna Hellquists inbox full of happy and thankful e-mails. And it is very nice. Really! But right now it feels the perspective that the only culture offers."
"nTänk a desperate voice that told me straight out a avgrundslöst, ongoing abuse. The voice would have the potential to speak to a different audience than Hellquists. Probably are many reasons why this perspective is less common. At the same time would be well it to break the taboos about anything. Hanna citrus book just write about the shame that comes with alcoholism, even for those who are devoted to the many characters in his career to be just personal. The shame in all its glory, but it should reasonably be less when you can pat yourself on the shoulder for having overcome the disease."