A Note from Sober Dad on Anonymity & the Use of the Name
Chapter 1: ""You Might Not Have Had a Happy Childhood, but You
Sure Are Having a Long One""
Chapter 2: Just Because They Were Lousy Parents Doesn't Give
You the Right to Be a Lousy Son
Chapter 3: If Marriage Were Easy, Everyone Would Do It
Chapter 4: The Complicated Territory of Parenthood and Your
Chapter 5: How to Fight with Your Wife When She's Pregnant or
Recently Became a Mom
Chapter 6: Knowing Where She Ends and Where You Begin
Chapter 7: Cracking the Baby Code
Chapter 8: Talking with Your Kids about God
Chapter 9: A Perfectly Imperfect Dad
Chapter 10: Dads and Discipline
Chapter 11: Setting Limits-First on Yourself, Then on Your
Chapter 12: How Do You Talk about Your Kid?
Chapter 13: School Daze: Should You Pay Your Kid to Get
Chapter 14: Me, Myself, and Money
Chapter 15: Should You Leave Your Teens to Their Own
Chapter 16: How Much Truth Do You Tell Your Kids?
Chapter 17: And Finally . . . an Ode to Joy
About the Author
About the Author
"Michael Graubart" is a long-time sober member of Alcoholics
Anonymous, has been a member of Al-Anon for decades, and attends
Overeaters Anonymous meetings as well. As he says, "If it moves,
I'm obsessed with it, and if it stands still, I'm addicted to it."
A New York Times bestselling author, Michael is married and
the father of four children. He writes under a pseudonym to
maintain his anonymity and speak frankly about his experiences in
"Michael is a master wordsmith as well as an inspirational and
thought-provoking storyteller for the Twelve Step
-- -Wally P., author and originator of the Back to Basics book and