Dax Shepard thanks Kristen Bell for support during recent relapse: 'It saved my life'
Dax Shepard ponders his 2020 relapse.
Following Monday's Armchair Expert podcast, Parenthood alum took the time to thank his wife Kristen Bell and co-host Monica Padman for helping him "unconditionally love each other after his recent relapse." " to feel. In September, Shepard emotionally revealed that he had broken 16 years of sobriety by taking prescription pain relievers given after a recent motorcycle accident.
"I can't imagine having to admit that to other people and feel as sure as I do that you wouldn't hate me. I hated myself at that point and it was really something special to be able to tell you and to feel loved and accepted unconditionally, "Shepard said." It saved my life. "
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Bell, his wife of seven, replied that she was "so grateful" for everyone who supported her husband during this difficult time, and praised Shepard for his bravery and honesty.
“No one saved you except to you and your courage and boldness to say, 'I feel like I'm slipping' or 'I have slipped and I have to be honest before it gets worse,' and I'm all involved just grateful. I think we did a really good job, team, "applauded Bell.
Shepard then reflected on his difficult year, also undergoing surgery after breaking several bones in a motorcycle accident. However, he remained positive, claiming 2020 was still "a great year".
"I feel guilty when I say this, but I've still loved very much this year," he admitted. "I loved this year. I had a great year."
He continues, "Even with two surgeries and a relapse and shame cycle and all that stuff, it's still a great year for me."
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"He's very, very worth it": Kristen Bell on helping Dax Shepard after the relapse
In the aftermath of his Sept. 25 podcast, Shepard shared an unreserved conversation that he had recently relapsed and wanted to be honest about his journey to help others who may be struggling with addiction.
In October, Bell expressed pride in her husband's courage when she appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, saying that her husband is "really fine" and that she "will continue to stand by him because he is very, is very worth. ""
The two tied the knot in 2013 and have two daughters: Lincoln (7) and Delta (5).
Contributor: Hannah Yasharoff
This article originally appeared in the US TODAY: Dax Shepard thanks Kristen Bell for post-2020 relapse support
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