A Geordie Shore star, who turned to God after booze took a toll on her psychological well being, has celebrated being 12 months sober.
She appeared in MTV’s collection 18 and was suspended a 12 months later for being concerned in an ‘argument’ when she was ingesting in Newcastle.
Faith Mullen, 23, who lately appeared on BBC’s Go Hard Or Go Home, mirrored on her previous 12 months of sobriety.
The actuality star stated: “12 months ago today I woke up and knew that if I didn’t change that day and get help I probably wouldn’t be around for long.
“After years of struggling with the amount I drank, ruining relationships and friendships, not being able to hold down jobs, making my loved ones sick, my mental health was in such a dark place that I would regularly self-harm.
Do you remember her? A Geordie Shore star, who turned to God after booze took a toll on her mental health, has celebrated being 12 months sober
Canceled: She appeared in MTV’s series 18 and was suspended a year later for being involved in an ‘argument’ when she was drinking in Newcastle
“After therapy let alone my non-existent relationship with God, after years of making excuses even at my worst I don’t think many knew how bad it really got.
“Even after going all the way to the Dominican Republic and giving this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity from the BBC to change my life, I came home and went straight back to my old ways, not even 48 hours after getting off the flight home I found myself stumbling home after yet another session.
“Again, wake up, say things had to change, but do it over and over again over the next few weeks. Until I finally woke up after Loosefest, after saying I wasn’t going to drink, after blacking out again.
Knowing that I had finally pushed everyone away. I put my ego aside and went that night and got help from people who had gone through the same thing. I walked into an AA meeting, still off my face, but welcomed by some lovely people.
“After being sober for a few weeks and leading several meetings throughout the Northeast, God brought me back into the church I grew up in. according to the teachings of the AA program to this day.
“The only way I could fight the demon potion was in my lord’s house. I can’t believe how much he’s helped me in a year, I’m so sure of who I am in him.
‘I am finally the daughter my mother knew I could be, after ten years of praying I finally came out on the other side. Satan no longer has a hold on me.
I can live back home with family, not only have a full time job but thrive in it, I don’t have many friendships but the ones I do have are healthy and with people who only want the best for me.
Wow! Faith Mullen, 23, who recently appeared on BBC’s Go Hard Or Go Home, reflected on her past year of sobriety
Pride: Faith revealed she turned to God after hitting rock bottom and is now 365 days sober
Reflective: The reality star said, “12 months ago today I woke up and knew if I didn’t change that day and get help I probably wouldn’t be around for much longer
“365 days since I last drank alcohol or used illegal substances, I stand here today as a testament to what God can do.”
The Geordie star additionally confirmed off her weight reduction transformation, sharing a photograph of her physique 12 months aside.
In 2018, Faith defined that she’s going to by no means succumb to the stress to drop some pounds.
In an unique interview with MailOnline, Faith defined: ‘I’ve all the time been an enormous lady since I used to be younger and I’ve by no means felt pressured to look a sure method.
“I’m blissful as I’m and won’t conform to what individuals on social media suppose it’s best to seem like. I’m slim and proud!’
Amazing: The Geordie Shore star additionally confirmed off her weight reduction transformation, sharing a photograph of her physique 12 months aside