Ronnie Ortiz Magro of Jersey Shore has made headlines to get popular arguments with her daughter's mother, Jen Harley. But the reality star seems to want to work on himself as he has shown he has recently rehabilitated. This is why he has more information about his treatment.
Ronnie Ortiz-Magro said he was doing bad decisions before getting treatment
The New York Jersey Shore went to get treatment at Aheads treatment center in West Palm Beach, Florida. He left after a month on February 10 and revealed why he went to the treatment center.
"I decided to go to the treatment because I wanted to be a better person, a better father for my daughter," said Ortiz-Magro during the week. "Ultimately, all the bad decisions I was doing were going to places that I did not want to be. I want to be the result of where I am now – happier, healthy and the model play a better role for my daughter. "
He said," I think it's a chronic disease. It's a progressive disease. I'm still struggling. "He said then" You stop and you start up again, and it's worse than when you stopped. You like, Wow, I thought this was under control, but at the end of the day, you have full control. "
He said that be sad and therefore drink
The reality star said he was responding to his depression in the wrong way. "I was very depressed and when I was depressed I would like to go to
He also showed how he felt when he was going for treatment. "My mind was mindful when I went into that I was very depressed," said the reality star, "but I was very angry about many things that I did in the past year, or even years."
This may not only be a fan of Jersey Shore: Family Holidays thinking of a previous reset for Ortiz-Magro on the show.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino said that Ortiz-Magro should go on restoring on Jersey Shore: Family Holidays
Before Mike Sorrentino went into prison, he went to rehabilitation and got sober. In finale Season 2 of the show
"When I like to drink, I like a party" Ortiz-Magro said back by People. "I did not put my life on it. You did your life. Let's affect you all your life, let you destroy your life. So do not sit here and say that I need to rehab. You suffered a tax evasion, you lost everything you suffered. "
Sorrentino replied" You did not call me two weeks before we came here and say Do you need to rehabilitate? "Ortiz-Magro replied," No, I said I needed help "and" My recovery is different from rehabilitation. " Sorrentino concluded that she was sorry and Ortiz-Magro took the excuse.
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