Charlie Sheen is celebrating two years of sobriety.
The 54-year-old is celebrating his huge success in staying clear of drugs and alcohol that led to public meltdowns and forced creators of Two and a Half Men to axe his role.
Friends and supporters wished him well and congratulated him on achieving another milestone, with Tony Todd saying, “Congratulations to my brother of over 45 years [Charlie Sheen] for celebrating his 2nd year of sobriety… so proud of your commitment and determination 2 live a healthy lifestyle.”
In 2016, during a conversation with Dr. Oz, he admitted that he had fallen off the wagon after 11 years of sobriety, saying, “My only experience with manic behaviour is usually in the throes of deep partying … deep substance abuse and drinking.”
During a more recent interview, Sheen explained he was fighting to stay on the good side of addiction, “This last time – the last time – I couldn’t get my daughter to an appointment she had,”
He became fed up of constantly “apologising for things you can’t remember doing. The amends can’t just be words, they have to be actions. But you make them when it’s appropriate. It’s not about making them on your terms, it’s about approaching others on theirs.”
Due to his intoxication, when he couldn’t take his own daughter to an appointment, the actor said, “The next morning I just woke up and said, ‘today’s the day.’ And that was it,”
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