Jake Is Still Drunk
Jake Gyllenhaal Is Still Drunk
Despite his recent success in the charts, Jake Gyllenhaal is still drunk. He recently released a new single called “Recover” which was written in collaboration with rapper Tyga. Although he’s made the effort to get sober, his booze is still around.
Despite having a storied history, Jake Owen has achieved sobriety – at least in the sense of not getting arrested for a DUI. Owen, who is currently a senior at Penn, has been in recovery for 10 months. He has shared his journey on social media, and recently took his message to the masses by appearing on Audacy’s The Wake Up Call.
While Jake certainly doesn’t rely on drinking to make it through college, he knows that alcohol is a part of party culture. When he first arrived at Penn, he knew that he would be living in a bubble surrounded by alcohol. However, Jake says he never felt pressured to drink.
Jake opted to go the sober route for reasons he won’t elaborate on. His primary concern was safety. As a frat brother, he feels a sense of responsibility for the well being of others.
He claims that the best part about going sober is the people he meets along the way. He has met some people who have gone on to become leaders in their field. He has even met one of his former co-stars, Robert E. Murphy, who he considers a friend now.
While Jake’s experience with sobriety is a relatively short one, he says it’s still the best decision he’s ever made. He said he felt like a new man, and he wanted to be a better version of himself.
His new single
Known for his laid-back style of Country, Jake Owen has released a number of new songs over the years. The multi-Platinum entertainer has released a number of hit songs, including “Drunk on a Boat,” “Homemade,” “Made for You,” and “Best Thing Since Backroads.”
The songs on his sixth studio album have resonated with fans and radio listeners across the country. The album features three Top 5 hits, including “Best Thing Since Backroads” and “Made for You,” which were both No. 1 songs on Country radio during their respective weeks of release.
In an interview with Audacy’s The Wake Up Call, Jake Owen opened up about his sobriety journey. He said he “wanted to give up drinking to be a better version of himself.” He hopes that his experience will help inspire others on their own sobriety journeys.
Jake Owen’s new song, “Drunk on a Boat,” is a breezy tune that evokes lazy summer days and weekend sing-alongs. It’s a song about choosing happiness. The lyrics and uptempo rhythms are reminiscent of Tulsa singer JJ Cale.
Jake Owen’s new single, “Drunk on a Boat,” was written by Rodney Clawson and Jake Mitchell. It’s produced by Joey Moi and features crisp, clean guitars. The anthem will likely be a hit with fans.
On his social media, Jake Owen teased the release of a new song. He said it’s “coming soon.”
During the summer of 2014, Jake was liquored up to the max. He relapsed and was hospitalized. He was discharged 48 hours later.
After his recovery, Jake was starring in the movie “The Wake Up Call” and his story was being shared with others. He also wanted to help others on their sobriety journeys. In a recent interview with Audacy’s “The Wake Up Call”, Jake reflected on his experiences and what he would like to teach others about sobriety.
He wanted to get sober because he wanted to be a better person. He knew that his rational persona was more relatable to others.
Jake had to overcome his addiction and the negative consequences of his drinking habits. Jake was diagnosed with moderate reoccurring depression and a drinking problem.
As Jake got sober, he began attending AA meetings and working with Celebrate Recovery. In the beginning, he drank alcohol under self-regulation. He drank one pint at a time. He also attended weekend home visits.
After a few days, he returned to his job. But he had trouble coping with the off-duty hours. He could not resist the temptation to drink.
Jake’s self-regulation skills improved after he was sent to an outpatient program for 28 days. In this program, he received a series of helpful tools. These included the gratitude list and the ability to refocus his thoughts.