Charlie Sheen reveals he's graduated from rehab he reflects on losing friends through sobriety

Mail Online | 4/11/2019 | Rebecca Lawrence For Mailonline
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His struggle with alcohol and drug addiction has been well documented.

And Charlie Sheen reflected on his public battle as he appeared on Thursday's episode of Loose Women.

Rehab - Actor - Daughter - Sober - Demon

Revealing he has now graduated from rehab, the 53-year-old actor spoke candidly about how being unable to care for his daughter inspired him to go sober, and that he would often feel 'possessed by a demon' when he wanted a drink.

After watching a clip of some of the infamous moments during his public meltdown, he confessed: 'It feels awful. I can't sit there and lie to you. Some of it is very surreal.

Day - Chaos - Headspace - Alien - Possession

'To this day, I am not sure how I created such chaos and wound up in that headspace. It's as though there was some alien or demonic possession going on.'

In perhaps Charlie's most notorious interview, he told ABC in 2011 that he was still on drugs, one called Charlie Sheen.

Drug - Charlie - Sheen - Face - Children

'I am on a drug. It's called Charlie Sheen', he claimed. 'It is not available because if you try it once you will die. Your face will melt off and your children will weep over your exploded body.'

He went on to say the reason he survived drug binges was because he had 'tiger blood' in his veins.

Recovery - Things - Amends - Words - Actions

Discussing his recovery, he mused: 'You get tired of apologising for things that you can't remember doing. The amends can't just be words, they have to be actions. It's hard but not impossible.'

The Platoon star has been sober for 16 months and after going to rehab and seeking therapy, revealed he had now graduated from the programme.

'I - Therapist - End - Point - Thing

He explained: 'I said to the [therapist], 'Is there an end point here?'... and there isn't. It's an on-going thing. You make the amends when it is appropriate, it's not about...
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