Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne Back On Track
Marriage is not easy, the differences and situation could be the cause of argument or even worse, divorce. Ozzy Osbourne experienced it and admits he and wife Sharon Osbourne have some “terrible” times especially when Ozzie did the public split earlier this year.
After 33 years of marriage, the couple split because the-67-years-old singer was unfaithful, but they are now back together, as the Black Sabbath rocker said to Good Morning America;
“[It’s] back on track again… You just, you make mistakes, and you learn by your mistakes, I think.”
Sharon announced on CBS in May after the tabloid reports of the arguments, “I’m 63 years of age and I can’t keep living like this,” she said on the show, of which she is a co-host. “I don’t know where I’m going, who I’m going with. And I just need time to think.”
Today, after two months the rocker has learned from his mistakes and Sharon Osbourne has forgive him. He said wisely:
“We are married, all is good. We all lived happily ever after… I’d like to find the person who wrote that and poke them.
“It’s just a bump in the road. Some days it’s good, some days it’s terrible, some days you just drift apart for a while. But you get back on the horse, you know.”
Meanwhile, Sharon Osbourne also confirmed about her reconciled with her husband, she said on The Talk, “It’s going to take a long time to trust but, you know, we’ve been together 36 years, 34 of marriage, and it’s more than half of my life and I just can’t think of my life without him.”
“He’s going to pay for it though, big time,” she added,
Jack, Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Arden son, who has daughters Pearl, four, and Andy, 13 months, with wife Lisa, agreed with his dad that marriage isn’t easy.
He said in their joint interview: “As a married person myself, you know, marriage is not like, ‘Hey, we’re married. All is good.’ I mean, it’s just life.”
But there is something that makin the Paranoid hitmaker is being sober.
“I am coming up on three [and a half] years sober, and I’ve just come back from a meeting, actually. I’ve reached a really weird place with it. I am not really happy being sober, but I don’t want to get drunk. Someone told me that at three years sober they felt exactly the same.
“With meetings, you’re never alone with your thoughts. My disease will go, ‘You can take this, or you can do this’ when I spend too much time alone with my thoughts. If I listen to it, then I go back and I am all right for a tour. It only stops being alright when I am fucked up everywhere, you know.”
I guess he is not wisely enough in the matter of drug use.