Mary J. Blige: Kicks Alcoholism

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Mary J. Blige,  42, admitted that she first just tried to cut back socially.

“I chose to learn how to drink socially and it didn’t work,” she said. “The test comes when you have to decide whether you’re drinking to be social or drinking to cover up something again. To cover up depression, to cover up guilt. Shame. Abandonment. … Once I realized, ‘There you go again,’ I had to stop.

“Whitney Houston’s death is another reason I stopped,” she continued. “I really do think I’m done. I looked at how that woman could not perform anymore.”

Mary admitted that she did Not go to Rehab stating she chose to fight the battle relying on God over Rehab.

“I didn’t want to go to rehab,” she confessed. “I believe that anything man himself can do for me, God can do for me in a greater way. I decided to pray and to seek God on my own. I just stayed in the Word. And it worked.”

Mary J. Blige also talked about her difficult past  throughout the years including her cocaine addition and being a victim of an abusive relationship.

 “I loved God, but I didn’t love myself,” she explained. “I believe in God so much that I would not let the enemy win my soul.

“God loves me no matter what,” she added. “He loves me high. Sober. Gay. Straight. I can’t let the world tell me anything different. That’s how I survived, knowing He loved me no matter what. Because if I don’t believe that God loves me when I do wrong, I’m dead.”

 

I don’t know about yall but I love me some Mary J. Blige she always keeps it real!


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