Lala Kent Celebrates 1 Year Of Sobriety — 'I Will Fight For It & Won't Give It Up For Anything'

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Oct. 22 2019, Published 3:25 p.m. ET

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Lala Kent celebrated a very momentous occasion on October 22. The Vanderpump Rules star announced she's officially one year sober with an emotional Instagram post.

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Lala, 29, reflected on her year and revealed she passed the 12-month mark on Tuesday. Alongside a close up photo of her face, the reality star wrote a lengthy caption describing her journey.

"Today, I am one year sober. This is the biggest accomplishment I’ve ever had in my life and the one I am most proud of. The moments I have had in the past year have been a blessing that I have been present for," she scribed.  "I didn’t have that before. Today, I will celebrate my one year birthday because it’s exciting. It is also humbling. Because today, and every day after that, I will fight for it. But I won't give it up for anything ♥️."

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This past April, Lala admitted she was six months sober and shared a heartfelt message on Instagram to mark the important milestone. "It’s been a couple of days full of milestones. Yesterday we got to celebrate Easter and the life of my sweet dad. Today, I celebrate six months of sobriety. I know I talk about this often, but y’all... I still cant believe it," she wrote.

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Lala continued, "I feel the need to share my story because I know I’m not the only one out there suffering from this. It’s not an easy path I’ve chosen, but I chose it because it was between one thing, and my life. I take it one day at a time. I celebrate each day that I go through in a clear state of mind, & the next day I wake up with the same goal: stay clear."

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The Give Them Lala CEO confessed she was an alcoholic in March. She admitted she had been attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to help her through on social media.

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"Five months ago, I came to the realization that I am an alcoholic. I am now a friend of Bill Wilson, which you will never know how much this program means to me, has given me new life," she said. Bill is the late AA co-founder who created his famous 12 Step Program.

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if you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, please contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).


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