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David Arquette Checks Out Of Rehab

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David Arquette has completed treatment and checked out of rehab.

The actor checked himself into rehab over the New Year's weekend for alcohol and other issues.

Good for him. So glad he was able to complete the program. Let's hope he takes things slow and continues with his sobriety.

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6 comments to “David Arquette Checks Out Of Rehab”



  1. 1

    It's nice to know that a lifetime of addiction can be taken care of in a month. I think that's called the "Charlie Sheen/Lindsay Lohan" plan.

  2. leo32 says – reply to this


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    I hope that David understands how special a guy he is. He's managed to keep his heart on his sleeve in a pretty heartless business. I wish him every success in love, in parenting his daughter with Courteney, and in his career. Keep your chin up and stay sober!



  3. 3

    That was quick!!!!



  4. 4

    Courtenay Cox is a demanding control freak, and she drove him to drink. But, I betcha she won't drive him to rehab.

  5. $onia says – reply to this


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    I'm not a David Arquette fan, but when I see the father of a child carrying on the way he has, it's unsettling. Some day, his daughter is going to read about her own father carrying on the way he has, and that alone gives me reason to want to see him grow up and get his act together.

    On another note, so often I read where people come out of rehab after only a few weeks. I have to wonder how effective rehab really is after such a short stay. In order to remain sober, it really requires a change of habits that may have been there for years. A truly effective approach would be to change your lifestyle, down to the way you take care of yourself. Changing your diet, changing your sleeping/waking hours, changing your friends, changing your daily schedule, and changing your surroundings — all of this needs to happen in order to get a clearer picture of yourself and to help uncover the reasons why you ever became addicted in the first place. This all takes time. How does 3-4 weeks really accomplish a strong enough foundation to build on these changes once you leave the rehab center? Is a weekly sober meeting really going to do the job when the person goes right back into the same life they had when they entered rehab? It seems to me that there should be more intensive out-patient care, or at least a longer stay than one month as an in-patient.



  6. 6

    HE IS SUCH A WASTE!