Archives for August, 2013
Happy Monday, dear readers!
As you read this, I am officially on vacation. That means no work -- including Celebrity Psychings posts! :)
Don't fret, though; I've compiled a list of some of this year's most popular posts for you!
From getting tips on creating your own staycation and at-home spa to catching up on what's happening with some famous names and their mental health issues or advocacy work, it's all here.
Consider it a little summer reading...
Just a quick heads up, sweet readers:
Oprah's Next Chapter: Lindsay Lohan airs tonight, and if you're wondering what the 60-minute sit-down's going to be like, here are just a few of the questions we see Oprah ask Lindsay in the preview:
"Are you an addict?
"Do you think you are addicted to chaos?"
"When you get the first DUI, is that a wake-up call?"
"What does it feel like to be both an...
Want some good life advice from Jennifer Aniston?
It's simple: Clean up all the s**t.
During an interview for September's issue of Glamour, Aniston shares the advice she'd give herself in her thirties, if given the chance -- and the now 44-year-old actress ain't holdin' back.
Getting in therapy, learning to choose happiness, getting rid of all the "noise" -- it's all there.
Thirties. Go to therapy. Clean up all of the s--t. Clean up all...
It's been a busy couple of years for country music legend Glen Campbell.
Shortly after revealing his Alzheimer's disease diagnosis, the 77-year-old "Rhinestone Cowboy" crooner announced his farewell tour and final album, Ghost On the Canvas.
One year later in July 2012, Campbell wrapped up the tour and released a farewell video for his song "A Better Place."
Oh, but we haven't heard the last of Glen Campbell.
Ooooh, I woudn't want to be in Brian Williams's shoes right now.
Of course, there'd be a lot of room, given he seems to have shoved BOTH his feet in his mouth last Thursday.
During what's probably been the most stigmatizing statement I've heard all year, Williams announced that Ariel Castro, the Ohio man who held three women captive for a decade, was "arguably the face of mental illness."
Let's paint that picture again, just for...