July 25, 2011 in Uncategorized
Celebrities who go through drug rehab programs have very low success rates. It’s often not very long between the time they get out and the time they are using again. You see countless stories in the tabloids describing how so-and-so has relapsed, or went on a bender, or fell off the wagon, etc. Why does this occur?
It seems celebrities that go through drug and alcohol rehab have far lower success rates than the average citizen. I don’t think they find themselves around substances more often than the average person, although they probably have access to more substances since everybody is trying to be their friend and will do anything in order to get their attention.
Are their lives that much more stressful than the average person? They work the same number of hours, probably fewer, and make significantly more money than the average person. Although the price for that fame is losing anonymity which may not seem like that much, but is something the layperson ultimately takes for granted. It is nice to be able to go out in public and not have the paparazzi taking my photo, or having people consistently ask for autographs. I’d imagine that would get old very quickly.
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