Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino is celebrating five years of sobriety by showing off the medallion he received for the tremendous achievement — and is sharing an important message to his fans.
The ‘Jersey Shore’ star is coming off of another successful run on the reality star’s new show, ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation,’ and decided to share with his millions of fans new photos of his sobriety chip, which he earned of the Christmas Holiday.
The reality star continues to share his struggles and triumphs with addiction, including the massive achievement of five years sober!
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“BDS has been through some situations in life, addiction being one of them. I have grown a lot as an individual, overcome a lot of obstacles, and one of my proudest moments so far has been celebrating 5 years of continuous sobriety this past December. Receiving my 5-year medallion made me feel like I won a gold medal, and it is a badge I am honored to wear!” Sitch captioned the photos of his medallion.
He continued, “I share my journey of addiction because it is so important to break the stigma of addiction. People are suffering out there because they are afraid to speak out about needing help. If I can help just one person find their voice, I know it was all worth it!”
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“If you or someone you know are struggling with addiction or mental health issues, don’t be afraid to ask for help. If I can do this I know you can too! Call my treatment specialists at 888-270-5712 today to start the journey of the rest of your life. ??” he ended.
As we reported, Sorrentino celebrated his fifth year of sobriety on Christmas Eve. Additionally, Mike is about to become a father in the new year, after announcing his wife Lauren Sorrentino was expecting the couple’s first child in 2021…a boy!
Fans are pumped by Sitch’s success and flooded his IG with messages of support and willingness to go public with his issues.
“This motivates me so much.. although I don’t struggle with addiction, you inspire me daily.. as someone who watched jersey shore over and over and kept up with your jail, sobriety, and life.. I thank you for the motivation and strength you’ve given me mentally through only social media. God bless,” one fan wrote.
Another added, “Congratulations ?? You are correct about the stigma out there. Keep sharing!!!❤️❤️❤️???.”
Keep Up The Good Work, Mike!