'I mean for me, it was almost just a sense of relief, as well.
Like Billy had said we talked about me coming out publicly and it just with him winning at my one-year mark it was the perfect time for me to tell everybody that, you know, I'm an alcoholic,' said Brittany.'And I'm proud of being an alcoholic and how far I've come and I just, not everybody is comfortable with becoming public and I am, so I feel like I have almost a sense of duty to share my story to help others.'Billy also pointed out that there were things he needed to work on to, and that the changes he has made have also made a huge difference in his family's life.'O bviously, you know, she was an alcoholic.
The wife of professional golfer Billy Horschel detailed her struggle with alcoholism in an interview Wednesday morning on Good Morning America.
Brittany Horschel revealed that she spent years hiding vodka in water bottles around her home and hotel rooms so that her friends and family would not know that she had a drinking problem.
'One year ago, I began a journey to a healthy me, mentally and physically.
I will keep his simple, "I am an alcohol." I say that now without shame.' She is now continuing to share her story without shame, and said on Wednesday that she does this because so many others are afraid to admit that truth, even if they are in recovery.
I'm not able to talk about it right now,' said Billy.See more » The opening sequence of the first season featured Kerry, Kate, Bridget and Paul each looking at Bridget's or Kerry's new date one at a time (the scene is viewed from the latter's perspective), the camera panning down to the doormat with the show's title, and finally Rory taunting the date.Rory's taunt changed in every opening sequence (although they were often repeated between non-consecutive episodes).Billy also spoke about how tough it was to run the home those two months that his wife was away, and how he stepped back from golf to focus on raising his daughter.'I had great support from family and friends, my dad came and lived with me for a couple of months while we moved into a new house,' said Billy.'I missed four or five events I played on the PGA tour to be at home and be with Skylar.The only two events I played were the US Open and British Open, so it was tough because she ran the household.'Brittany first shared the story of her struggle back in May, after her husband's tearful win at the AT&T Byron Nerlson Classic.