The actress and host of a daytime talk show opens up about her history with alcohol.
Drew Barrymore has a history of being transparent about her battles with drugs and alcohol, including her first stint in treatment when she was just 13 years old.
The veteran actress opens up in a new Los Angeles Times interview about her sobriety following her divorce.
The "Charlie's Angels" actress says that following her 2016 divorce from Will Kopelman, her drinking increased.
a cautionary taleShe continues by explaining that she has maintained various levels of sobriety over the years and that when her therapist of more than ten years informed her that he would no longer be able to treat her, it served as a wake-up call.
He just stated, "I can't do this anymore," according to Barrymore. "Really, it was about my drinking.
"I got it," I replied. I've never had greater respect for you. I'm not getting better, as you can see.
And I sincerely hope that I may win back your trust someday.