Kristen Bell 'will continue to stand by' husband Dax Shepard despite relapse

Kristen Bell vows to stand by Dax Shepard after addiction relapse because 'he's very, very worth it'

Kristen Bell vows to stand by Dax Shepard after addiction relapse because 'he's very, very worth it'

"Sometimes it's anxiety and depression, sometimes it's substance abuse".

Kristen Bell is showing her support for Dax Shepard.

"An episode I hoped I'd never have to record, but one I felt I owed to all the lovely Armcheries who have been on this ride with me for the last couple years", Shepard told fans after releasing the episode. 'He said, 'I did it because I didn't want to endanger this family, so let's do something new so that it won't happen again'. Shepard, who shares two daughters with Bell, had announced in September that he relapsed after he started taking painkillers post his accident in August. "Sometimes it's substance abuse", Bell said of those "demons".

According to Kristen though, Dax believes he "needs a stronger plan".

Kristen Bell has no plans on giving up on Dax Shepard or their marriage after the actor admitted he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety.

Kristen said that she loved most about Dax is that he was able to them and speak about needing a different plan.

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"I'll continue to stand by him because he's very, very worth it", she added. "I had been faltering.' I must do some type of psychological work to determine why I wished to work with again".

"He's addicted to evolving", Bell continues.

During a recent episode of Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast, the 45-year-old actor revealed he had relapsed. At the time, he was given a prescription for Vicodin, which Bell was to administer. "And I'm allowed to be on them at some dosage because I have a prescription and then I'm also augmenting that". He told Bell about the incident and moved on. He admitted to being high when he celebrated his 16th year of sobriety birthday. "But my endurance is rising so fast, I'm in a situation right now, you know, eight 30s a day, you know, I know this is an amount that can lead to a bad withdrawal".

He also shared his side of coming clean about his problem to Bell and Padman, who had grown suspicious.

"I'm allowed to be on them at some dosage because I have a prescription, and then I'm also augmenting that", he said on his podcast on September 25.

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