Lara Kent I will never forget the sorrow of losing my father.
In April 2019, vanderpump rules Star said goodbye She shared with her father on Instagram that her world had “crumbled.” As a way to cope with her grief, LaLa said she started drinking non-stop from morning till night.
“That was how I was coping,” the Bravo star shared EXCLUSIVELY with E! News. “When I ate and ate binge three or four days in a row, I woke up with an uncontrollable feeling of guilt and shame, not knowing what I had done. The moment I said I had my life back.I’m not going to live like this for another day.
Now 32, he is celebrating 3 years and 11 months sober.she also does marketing national recovery month By sharing her story in hopes of inspiring those in need.
Lara used to say that she spent one night in town and couldn’t remember the next day.But now she’s a mom of 17 months oceanthe reality star says she’s “present in every moment” of her life, including all of her daughter’s milestones.
“The fact that my kids never see me in a weird state, it’s just amazing,” she said. I remember going to a barbecue and she was in the pool, I remember all the details.”
She also said she’s more vigilant when she makes movies vanderpump rules. according to Amazing Star, she takes a beat to hear and doesn’t “get right in.” At the same time, “I’m popping up” when someone says something they don’t agree with.
“I always have this internal battle because my line of work doesn’t represent what my programs represent,” she explained. We’re talking, but at the same time we go into these rooms where it’s all about being a better person. It’s a conflict.”
“It’s great when people take a step back and realize, ‘Wow! Lara goes into every moment without liquids to calm her nerves,'” shared Lara. , I can say that these three were incredible.”
Earlier this month, Stassi and Katie joined Lala, Temperance Spirit Award from Brent Shapiro Foundationis a non-profit organization whose mission is to save lives through awareness and effective programs that encourage children to abstain from drugs and alcohol.
While she was a special night winner, Lara said the high school students working on their sobriety deserved credit at the event.
“We all say young people are our future. I see them really differently, especially since becoming a mother. Doing what the Brent Shapiro Foundation does.” I don’t know of any other foundation that does.”
Perhaps the youngest member Lara wants to impress is her own daughter. I am hoping for
“If you want something, I’m sure you can get it,” she said, recalling the advice she gave. I hope that when she grows up, she’ll understand that she can really do anything in the world.”
And when Lara begins to think about what her father will say about her progress, she can’t help but lighten up.
“I know he just shines there,” she said. I can say I thank him quite often for the blessings that have come into my life since he passed away.”
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