Charlie Sheen celebrates a year ago when he quit smoking by encouraging others to quit: “Trust me, the sooner the better”
The July 4 holiday marks an important milestone for Charlie Sheen.
The former Two And A Half Men star took to Twitter, announcing that he celebrated his one-year anniversary since quitting smoking.
‘Dear @ my lungs, it was TODAY a year ago that I quit smoking! hashtag – YOU ARE WELCOME! he wrote with an extra comic touch.
Milestone: Charlie Sheen celebrated the one-year anniversary of quitting smoking on July 4
The 54-year-old also said about his regret that he once picked up on the habit.
“If I could go back in time and NEVER STARTED, I absolutely would!” he added before drawing his attention to those still struggling with the addiction.
“If you’re on the fence to stop, trust me; the sooner the better !’
Open book: 54-year-old actor announced his smoke-free milestone on Twitter, along with regrets that he once picked up the habit and words of encouragement for others to quit
Sheen’s milestone and encouraging words have not fallen on Twitter.
One of his followers replied, “I need to hear this @charliesheen while another person adds to it,” I quit Monday. Thanks for the encouragement from an unexpected place. ‘
Someone else praised the platoon star for his achievement by writing, “Well done, Charlie. I also quit a while ago. The hardest thing I’ve ever done, but the best thing I’ve ever done. ‘
And another follower gave him props to motivate others to put down cigarettes and replied, “Good for you Charlie. It is very difficult, thanks for motivating others to quit. ‘
Another milestone: the former Two And A Half Men star celebrated two years of sobriety through drugs and alcohol on December 10, 2019; he publicly acknowledged his one-year sober birthday in December 2018
Another important milestone in Sheen’s life takes place on December 10; his level-headedness.
Last December, he celebrated two years without drugs and alcohol, and some of his family and friends took to social media to send him messages of support and congratulations.
While he didn’t mark that special occasion with a public position, he did share that he reached sobriety in 2018.
This happened yesterday! a fantastic moment, on my renewed journey! he wrote along with a photo of his one-year sobriety medallion and the hashtag: #TotallyFocused.
Sheen had a much-discussed fallout from his years of substance abuse, including having a stroke after a cocaine overdose, numerous stints in rehabilitation and run-ins with the law, and mental health issues.
In 2015, Sheen publicly announced that he was HIV positive after being diagnosed four years earlier.
The Wreck: Sheen got a lot of publicity after his years of substance abuse, including having a stroke after a cocaine overdose, countless bouts of rehabilitation and breaking the law, and mental health issues; he is depicted during his heyday in January 1987