Well, I would’ve never called him “crazy” to begin with (stigma people, stigma!) but Charlie Sheen definitely – and very publicly – dealt with some serious mental health problems.

After all the winning, questionable in-house rehab treatment, and radio rants, Sheen made one of his first calm and collected appearances back in September 2011 at the Emmys.

Now, Sheen’s coming out to say those “crazy” days are behind him.

During the Fox Network Television Critics Association party in Pasadena, California a couple of Sundays ago, Sheen said:

I’m not crazy anymore. That was an episode. I think I’m a different person than I was yesterday. Everything is a lot more mellow and focused and much more rooted in reality. (People)

Sheen definitely has a lot more to focus on. His new FX show, Anger Management, is currently casting and soon will begin shooting 10 episodes. Sheen will produce and star in the show.

Sheen also notes he’s spending more time with his children, he and his former Two-and-a-Half Men co-star Jon Cryer have repaired their relationship to a texting level, and that he realizes he and producer Chuck Lorre need some closure.

Oh, and “the goddesses” are gone.

What say you, readers? Looking forward to Sheen’s new show?

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    Last reviewed: 13 Jan 2012

APA Reference
Sparks, A. (2012). Charlie Sheen Says He’s Not “Crazy” Anymore. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 2, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/2012/01/charlie-sheen-says-hes-not-crazy-anymore/

 

 

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