Miley Cyrus Confesses That She Has Been Sober for Six Months
Staying away from alcohol or other substances is a difficult decision to make, and especially difficult for some celebrities to fulfill. However, Miley Cyrus is showing that she has the conviction to do so.
In an interview with Variety, the “Slide Away” singer confessed that, although it all started as a process to undergo surgery on her mouth, it was a change that has led her to remain sober for six months.
In addition, she indicated that as part of her new lifestyle she also goes to therapy, which has helped her a lot to analyze and understand her past.
"By understanding the past, we understand the present and the future much more clearly. I think therapy is excellent," said the 27-year-old artist.
Just like that, she also confessed that during this time she has been thinking a lot about her parents. "My mother was adopted and I inherited some of the feelings she had, the feelings of abandonment and the desire to show that you are loved and valuable. My father's parents divorced when he was 3 years old, so my father grew up alone. I analyzed a lot about my family history, which has many addiction and mental health problems. "
Regarding the surgery she underwent in late 2019, Cyrus said that she went crazy for four weeks since she was not allowed to speak and had to communicate everything through a blackboard.
Finally, on her sobriety, she commented, "What I love is waking up 100%, 100% of the time. I don't want to wake up feeling groggy. I want to wake up feeling ready."
A few months ago, the singer had already spoken about this new lifestyle, during an Instagram Live she did with Cody Simpson.
Both responded to some of the questions of their followers asked, being very complicit, jokingly, and showing great sincerity.
Among other things, Cyrus wanted to make it clear that she has not fallen back into her past habits for quite some time: "I have been sober for the past six months," revealed the singer, "I have never felt better. I am radiant," she added.