When Scott McLane told us that the Anonymous people wasn’t real life, I knew he had a story to tell. Charismatically, McLane reeled us through a story of addiction that I knew all too much to be true. From the debating to kill yourself to disappointing your family, I knew he was the real deal. I know the system isn’t perfect but he overcame. He’s a very real person.

McLane brought a friend of his who goes to meetings every single day. I have to be honest, I was shocked. How can you give up that amount of time to sitting in a basement? I don’t know how he does it. But everyone does what works for him and I don’t fault him for it. If anything, I admire him.