Eliza Dushku on Drug and Alcohol Addiction and Being and Staying Sober

Eliza Dushku On Drug And Alcohol Addiction
Eliza Dushku On Drug And Alcohol Addiction

The actress who played Faith on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Echo
on the show Dollhouse says she is
sober now for herself. Dushku is an alcoholic and a drug addict but she has
been sober for about 8 and a half years now. Although she said she initially got
sober for her family, she is staying sober for herself now.
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According to reports, Dushku
said she liked drugs and alcohol
a little too much but the drugs and
alcohol didn’t like her, her family, or her friends. Many of her friends are
now dead because of drugs and alcohol.

Dushku also said that
although she is a drug addict and an alcoholic like others are, there is a huge
difference between her and them. That difference is the fact that although she
will always be an alcoholic and a drug addict, she is not doing the drugs and
alcohol anymore and others still are.
Eliza said back in 2009
when she did an interview with the Chicago
Tribune
and back then, she said she was getting her life back by stopping
drinking. She also stated that she had gone through a 12-step program for
treatment for her drug and alcohol addiction.
What do you think about
Eliza Dushku being a drug addict and an alcoholic? Don’t you think it is great
that she is sober now and has been for as long as she has been? Sound off with
your comments below and let us know what you think!




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