“It’s not that it gets easier or more difficult, it’s just life the way it is. If someone likes to go through life sober, know that it is possible if you are willing to work hard for it. Lots of love to the people who supported me on this journey, ”said Jack, who at the age of 17 made the decision to stop drinking alcohol and to quit drugs. Jack began experimenting as a young teenager and although he initially enjoyed the highs, the lows eventually depressed him.

“I didn’t have a balance in my life, especially when my mother was suffering from colon cancer. But of course those drugs don’t solve anything, it only makes it worse. What I found very difficult was I went to rehab when we were in the middle of a family. were in the recordings of our reality show ‘The Osbournes’ and I feel like watching the whole world. That’s tough for a 17-year-old kid, ”Osbourne said in a previous interview.

Earlier this week, Jack’s sister Kelly announced that after four years of sober she ‘fell off the car’ again. “I am not proud of it, but I have recovered. It remains a difficult process. I tell myself: today I am sober and tomorrow too. That will keep things clear.”

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