Joanne Chu

Sober Recovery Expert Author

Joanne Chu was the proud Content Manager of SoberRecovery from 2014 to 2017. She enjoys writing, editing, and working with writers—anything to do with the written word. Joanne earned her B.A. in English from University of California, Los Angeles. She has a keen interest in lifestyle and pop culture news, which makes living in Los Angeles that much more of an adventure.

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In Moby's new memoir "Porcelain," readers have the rare opportunity to get a glimpse of what it’s really like to be him. Continue Reading

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St. John’s launched ALTO (Alternatives to Opiates Program), the first program in the nation curbing the use of opiates in the ER. Continue Reading

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We speak with Gemma Baker, co-creator of TV-sitcom "Mom," regarding the show's successful third season and the powerful role of... Continue Reading

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We spoke to Tracey Helton Mitchell, author of "The Big Fix: Hope After Heroin,"about the direction that treatment should be hea... Continue Reading

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The Shine: A New Nightlife Experience

By Joanne Chu

Meditation teacher Light Watkins hosts a party every month with no alcohol and plenty of inspiration. Continue Reading

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Light Watkins debunks the most common myths and inaccuracies regarding modern meditation. Continue Reading

Jessica Sula of Recovery Road

Freeform’s new scripted drama 'Recovery Road' gives audiences a rare opportunity to follow the ups and downs of someone living ... Continue Reading

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He's written several popular young adult novels, but his most recent one to hit the small screen tells a powerful story about t... Continue Reading

Reality TV star Jason Wahler and his business partner Keenan Diamond share their 6 tips on how to make sobriety a continuous st... Continue Reading

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Struggling to move on from an ex isn't a sign of weakness; it's simply a sign that you've loved. Continue Reading