A personal trainer has revealed she finds Christmas the hardest time of the year after spending the holiday in hospital on a drip due to her alcohol addiction. Alexa Towersey, 39, from Sydney, said she finds this time of year 'bittersweet' as while she is able to catch up with friends she doesn't see as often as she'd like, she is always reminded of what it's like to be 'without a drink in hand'. A PT has revealed why she finds Christmas the hardest time of the year, after a crippling addiction to alcohol left her in hospital with a black eye on a drip Alexa pictured now.
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