Eminem commemorates a whole decade of sobriety.
The rapper "Lose Yourself" took to Instagram on Saturday to share the news with a photo of himself holding a 10-year AA chip, which he received in recognition of his notable achievement.
"I celebrated my 10th anniversary yesterday," is how Eminem titled the metal slide – showing the traditional Anonymous Alcoholics Triangle – Unity, Service and Recreation – as well as an X in the middle representing its 10
The 45-year-old rapper, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, has been very open in the past about the events that made him sober and stay sober, especially when he accidentally earned an overdose in 2007
Eminem said in the year 201
" Al When I came out of rehab, I had to lose weight, but I also had to find a way to work soberly. When I was not lightning fast, I had sleep problems. So I started to run. It gave me a natural endorphin-high, but it also helped me to sleep, so it was perfect, "he shared at that time.
The 8 Mile performer further stated that his" brain of the Addicts "He made him compulsively run to the point where he hit the treadmill and jogged 17 miles a day." In the end, I came to 149 pounds. I ran to the point where I hurt myself. The constant pounding of running began to rip my hip flexors. "
Eminem finally managed to get his exercise program under control and make it healthier, but he continues to use training to keep his mind sharp and his obsessions are focused on things that are ultimately healthy." 19659002] The artist entered rehab in 2008 and began the 12-step program that forms the core of addiction recovery programs.
Recently, Eminem released Revival – his ninth studio album and his first album since 2013 The Marshall Mathers LP 2 One of the tracks on the new album "Castle" was an excuse for his 22-year-old – The Old Daughter Hailie
In the penultimate song of the 19-track album Eminem recites three letters to his daughter, dated at various points in his life, including one before her birth, one from about her first birthday and then one when she was 12 – the year in In December, Eminem talked to Shade 45 – a rapper's SiriusXM radio channel playing only his music – where he explained how "Castle" addresses his overdose.
"If you hear it." "Lock" all the way to the end, you hear me take pills and fall, "explained Eminem." That was, you know, the rest of me, that I fell into the bathroom and then woke up in the hospital, not knowing what was happening. I had hoses in me, and I was angry, and I could not talk.
The rapper also noted that "Arose" – the album's final title, immediately after "Castle" – ends with the sound of pills being flushed down the toilet as a sign of his decision to sober up.
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