Sport Glenn Hughes has over two decades sober
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In an interview with the British musician Glenn Hughes talks about his difficult past as an alcoholic. Now it is dry for over 20 years.
In an interview with the British musician Glenn Hughes talks about its difficult past as an alcoholic. Now it is dry for over 20 years.
The British bassist and singer Glenn Hughes, who largely by its membershipDeep Purple and Black Sabbath gained notoriety, speaking in a recent interview about his former alcohol addiction and his current life in abstinence.
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In 2011 he wrote in his autobiography 'Deep Purple And Beyond: Scenes From The Life Of A Rock Star' about the disease and the associated tragic consequences. Hughes says in the book of years he spent under a false identity in the mental and social base. He speaks of experiences that drove him to the brink of madness and it had almost destroyed. The adventitious and trendy at that time image of a coke sniffing, swigging rock stars wore only help to bury the seriousness of his addiction.Glenn Hughes was tired
In a recent interview withspeaks Glenn Hughes open and reflects on his past. "Everyone who loved me or loves me said on numerous occasions that I should pull myself together (...). I have pulled together than I was tired, and tired malad wake up, "he says. "So many times I've tried to quit, and as often as I have not got it to the series. My suggestion for those out there who maybe have a drink too much had: You have to understand that the elation will not last forever. You have to get it under control. (...) I pray for anyone who has problems with an addiction is, because you have to deal with it. You can not just push away and sweep it under the carpet. "
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When asked if he then took a stationary withdrawal due to alcohol abuse or cold turkey, he says:" You have to deal with it, because it will destroy one. I was in withdrawal. Let's just say I had on Christmas Day 1991 a cocktail too much and once again found myself in the emergency room again. And I realized that I had a choice - to go out again and do it again, or to take a rehabilitation in attack. In 1992 I went to the Betty Ford Center. Mid-1990s, I had a few relapses, and in 1997 I had my last drink - November 23, 1997. And so my journey began full recovery. And it was an incredible, incredible journey. Read "
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