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Diff'rent Strokes star Todd Bridges has his life back on track, and now he’s working to make sure others don’t follow in his footsteps.
Todd used to be addicted to crack, and has been relaying his experiences getting help from counselors to students at ICDC College in Van Nuys, CA.
Said a rep for Todd:
"He is excited to work with ICDC and is looking forward to helping out as much as he can wherever he may be."
There’s no better way to get across the message about the dangers of addiction than with personal accounts of what can happen!
Such an inspiration.
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It's about time!
That old saying "you get out what you put in" really applies when it comes to going to rehab. Over the years, we've seen what taking the experience seriously has done for people and what it's done for people who don't.
That's why we're thrilled to hear that Lindsay Lohan is reportedly taking this latest stint at the Betty Ford Clinic very seriously and has been taking a lot away from her counseling sessions. A source reveals that Lindsay is “taking the counseling seriously though and knows that she is in a place where she is getting help for her problems.”
Wonderful news! Though we know she faces a different set of challenges while being in rehab (you can't be an actress if you can't be on set), we really want her to try and let the career rest on the back burner for awhile and focus on her health.
She's so young, she has all the time in the world to have a career. She needs to make herself better now!
Keep going, bb! We're proud of ya!
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Despite what tabloids claim, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are still together and constantly working to improve their relationship.
"We've been working on our relationship and we're doing the best that we can," said Kardashian. "We're in a really good place right now and taking it day by day and it's good."
Kardashian noted that counseling has been immensely helpful in their relationship.
"I think [counseling] is really important and we always love going and feel so much better after. I think everyone should go. People are like, 'It's so expensive and this or that,' but that's more important than buying clothes or a handbag or shoes. It's your life."
We agree! Handbags and shoes can wait — your interpersonal relationships and mental health are too important to skimp on!
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