Sharon Hartman, Caron Foundation

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Sharon Hartman is the counselor who oversaw Sarah's treatment at the Caron Foundation.

"I think one of the things that Sarah really highlights for us, is that so many women use alcohol in isolation," Sharon says. "They keep it a secret, and we see that kind of '50s stereotype where women were drinking their sherry alone while cleaning the house. But it's still very much a part of our culture today. I think women still have a tremendous stigma around being addicted that is not associated with men."
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