"The hardest part for me was realizing I was worth recovery. I’m not fixed. This is a daily battle but I continue to work my butt off because now I want to be a legitimate role model. There are days when I don’t think I can make it. Now I’m being healthy, but that’s the thing. An addition is an addiction, and you’re going to deal with it for the rest of your life. And you’re going to have days where you’re going to struggle. I cannot tell you that I have not thrown up since treatment. I cannot tell you that I haven’t cut myself since treatment. I am not perfect. This is a daily battle, that I will face for the rest of my life.”
I’ll break out your windows, I don’t need a key, show me your doubts and I’ll make you believe, yeah, you’re still here to haunt me.
“I don’t think I’m fixed. People think that you’re like a car in a body shop. You go in, they fix you and then you’re out and you work like you’re brand new but it doesn’t work like that. You know, it takes constant fixing.”