Lindsay Lohan Says, “Addiction is a Disease”

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Lindsay Lohan Says, “Addiction is a Disease”

Everyone by now has heard about Lindsay Lohan and her wild and dangerous behavior. She has been in and out of rehabs and jail for years and in a recent interview with Piers Morgan she admitted to some bad behavior. It is debatable as to if she was being completely honest in what she was saying but it was a step in the right direction.
The Mean Girls star admitted in a recent interview to using cocaine four or five times, and that she has never taken heroin, never injected herself with anything and has never done LSD because those drugs all scare her.

Fans and critics of the 26-year old actress and not sure she went far enough with her admission.
Most outsiders believe the truth about her drug use is far worse than what she led readers to believe. Her struggle with drugs and alcohol sent her to rehab six times since January 2007, due to at least 15 separate incidents since 2006.

Whether she is ready to come clean with herself and embrace the therapy she could receive in treatment remains to be seen, but perhaps her comment that Substance abuse is a disease which doesn’t go away overnight will help her and others struggling with it get the help they need.

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