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Jane Lynch, Eminem, Tim McGraw And Others Talk Sobriety

In light of new American Idol judge Steven Tyler’s sobriety (and all the new goings-on he’s able to partake in thanks to that sobriety, which he recently discussed with Howard Stern), I thought I’d pass along an interesting article I ran across a few days ago about celebrities and sobriety for some light weekend reading.

The ladies over at The Frisky have compiled a list of 10 celebrities who’ve talked publicly about their sobriety.

Some of the names were expected (Robert Downey Jr., Eminem, and Jack Osbourne) and some were kind of surprising to me (for example, I had no idea Tim McGraw used to be quite the party animal or that, until 1991, Glee‘s Jane Lynch was “drunk on a daily basis and felt permanently hung over”).

Head on over to The Frisky to check it out: 10 Celebrities Talk About Their Sobriety

Jane Lynch, Eminem, Tim McGraw And Others Talk Sobriety


Alicia Sparks

Alicia Sparks is a freelance writer and editor and the creator of WritingSpark.com, where she blogs to help new freelance writers get their quills in the pot, so to speak. Among animal rights, music, and physical wellness, her passions include mental health and advocacy. Here at Psych Central she works as Syndication Editor as well as authors Your Body, Your Mind and World of Psychology's weekly "Psychology Around the Net."


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Sparks, A. (2019). Jane Lynch, Eminem, Tim McGraw And Others Talk Sobriety. Psych Central. Retrieved on June 18, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/2011/01/jane-lynch-eminem-tim-mcgraw-and-others-talk-sobriety/

 

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