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‘Full House’ Star Dave Coulier Shares Bloody Throwback Photo To Celebrate Sobriety

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Dave Coulier recently opened up about his sobriety. The Full House star shared that he is celebrating two years of sobriety and posted a photo after a drunken night. In the post, the 62-year-old shared why he decided to get sober and thanked his wife, family, and friends for being so supportive.

Dave’s throwback photo is a selfie where his face appears bloody and bruised. He said that he fell face down on steps after a particularly crazy night of drinking. In the post, he wrote, “I was a drunk. Yes. An alcoholic. I’ve been alcohol free since January 1, 2020. When I drank, I was the life of the party. I could make people laugh until they fell down. In this picture I was the one who fell down. Not because I was playing hockey or doing the things I love – like chopping wood or doing construction, golfing, fishing or flying airplanes. I was hammered and fell, going up some stairs made of stone.”

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Dave Coulier from ‘Full House’ shares his journey to sobriety

He continued, “No one loved having ‘beers with the boys’ after playing hockey or a round of golf more than me. I was always the “final final” guy in the room. The 8 hours of drinking, laughter and funny stupidity was followed by two days of feeling like a bowl of dog mess. I loved booze, but it didn’t love me back. I decided to make a decision for my own well-being, my family and for those around me who I love so dearly.”

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FULL HOUSE, Dave Coulier, 1987-95. photo: Mario Casilli/TV Guide/courtesy Everett Collection

Dave concluded, “The mental and physical withdrawal were big challenges for me, but I was supported by @melissacoulier and friends who had already made the journey. The psychological and physical transformation has been amazing. The sky is more blue, my heart is no longer closed, and I enjoy making people laugh until they fall down more than ever before. Thank you, Melissa, for being by my side. I love you❤️”

GHOSTHEADS, Dave Coulier, 2016. © Netflix /Courtesy Everett Collection

His wife, Melissa, and some of his former Full House co-stars commented on the post and shared their support of his sober journey. Melissa commented, “SO proud of you. I love you and your strength so much!!” Candace Cameron Bure added, “Love you and always proud of you.”

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