"Twenty-five years ago today, I found recovery and a life of promise," Lowe wrote
During his Brat Pack days, Rob Lowe was legendary for his womanizing, alcoholism and drug abuse, all of which he candidly explored in his 2011 autobiography, Stories I Only Tell My Friends.
However, on Sunday, Lowe, 50, celebrated an impressive 25 years of sobriety.
“To those struggling with addiction, there is true, real, hope,” he Tweeted. “Twenty-five years ago today, I found recovery and a life of promise. #Grateful.”
In a follow-up, Lowe thanked his wife, Sheryl – and all of the other mothers out there – for her dedication, support and love.
Not yet sober when he met Sheryl (they married in 1991), the actor has credited his wife for helping rid himself of his demons. “[I] was attempting my first try at monogamy – which was not really in my nature at the time – and I wasn’t able to do it,” he told Haute Living in September 2014. “It made me examine how I was living my life. That led to me getting sober, which led to me changing my life – giving me everything I now have.”
The former Parks and Recreation actor told PEOPLE back in November 2013 that he is going through a new phase in his relationship with his wife, with whom he has two children – Matthew, 21, and John, 19. “I’m rediscovering my relationship with Sheryl,” he said. “She’s great and as wonderful as ever. Emotionally, I am in love like a teenager.”