Campbell spent a dizzying decade in the shadow of a famous rock and roll band, after marrying the bass player for Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. It was a life, she says, that fueled her addiction to drugs and alcohol, providing “access to excess that nearly destroyed us.” “I have come a long way from Lear jets and limos – struggling to find myself, be a mother, stand proud and discover what matters,” Campbell writes of her journey to recovery. A painful childhood and lack of family support made her path more daunting. By the time Campbell entered long-term sober living, she was a rail-thin 92 pounds, suffering from mini-strokes and a broken leg “from another drunk fall weeks before.” The intensive work of recovery gave Campbell a new life. She advanced her education, earning a Master’s Degree in Counseling, and began to walk alongside others struggling with addiction. Today Campbell celebrates 25 years of sobriety and lives quietly in northern Michigan, where she writes to encourage people at all stages of recovery.