(Colusa County Recovery) - Brad Pitt is one of the most recognizable and successful actors in Hollywood, but his journey to sobriety has been a long and challenging one. In a recent interview with the New York Times, he opened up about his recovery practice, which includes regular attendance at 12 Step meetings.
For Brad, getting sober was a necessary step in his personal growth and development. He realized that his drinking had reached a point where it was no longer sustainable, and that he needed to make a change in order to live a healthier and happier life.
"I had taken things as far as I could take it, so I removed my drinking privileges," Brad said. "It was actually really freeing just to expose the ugly sides of yourself. There’s great value in that."
Brad's decision to get sober was not an easy one. He had to confront some difficult truths about himself and his behavior, and he had to learn how to cope with life's challenges without relying on alcohol.
But through his recovery practice, Brad has found a sense of purpose and meaning that he never knew before. He has discovered a community of people who support him and understand his struggles, and he has learned how to live in the present moment and appreciate the simple things in life.
For anyone who is struggling with addiction, Brad's story is a powerful reminder that recovery is possible. It may not be easy, and it may require some difficult changes, but the rewards are worth it.
If you're thinking about getting sober, consider reaching out for help. There are many resources available, from 12 Step programs to therapy to support groups. And remember, you're not alone. There are millions of people who have gone through similar struggles, and who are willing to help you on your journey to sobriety.
Brad Pitt's journey to sobriety is an inspiring example of the power of self-discovery and personal growth. By confronting his addiction and embracing his recovery, he has found a new sense of freedom and purpose in his life. And for anyone who is struggling with addiction, his story is a powerful reminder that recovery is possible, and that there is hope for a better tomorrow.
Brad has been sober since 2019.