Cooking Up A Better Life –

Jan. 29, 2020 –  …he also used the opportunity to encourage others currently going through a similar struggle.

About three years after first opening up about his past struggles, Zimmern took to Instagram with another account of what it felt like to suffer from the disease, paired with a photo of himself from the early 1980s in which he’s toasting a glass of wine … This anniversary, he also offered advice and solidarity to others.

“To those struggling with this disease, I wasted years not asking for help from people who cared about me. Once I did, that simple act changed my life. Baudelaire said drunkenness was “the great imperative, in order not to feel, times horrid fardel, bruise your shoulders, grinding you into the earth.”I hear ya’ Chuck … but there IS a solution. #higherpowered”

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