Okay, okay, we’re clearly, obviously, not highly trained psychologists. But that doesn’t mean that we’re not aware that there are some serious problems happening in Hollywood. No, we’re not talking about the drug use, or rampant sluttiness, or insane egomania. We’re talking about how Miley Cyrus is constantly changing her hair. How James Franco thinks he’s an artist. And how LeAnn Rimes can’t keep herself away from the Instagram. These are some serious issues, people! And we’re calling out to these stars to tackle their growing problems head on.
After the jump, we’ve identified and analyzed eight celebs with tragic (and we use this jokingly, if you haven’t realized that by now) mental health disorders that they should deal with ASAP!
Full disclosure: I am really OCD when it comes to the cleanliness of my apartment. As the owner of a pet that sheds like crazy, I vacuum, oh, once a day. So maybe I’m being a little overdramatic when I ask, WHAT THE HELL IS UP WITH MILEY CYRUS’ CARPET? Why are there scraps of paper everywhere? I can get over the fact that some shoes clearly need to be put away in a tidy fashion, but lord, woman, take a break from all the hair-cutting and break out the Dyson! Especially before you post a photo to Twitter. Damn.
Anyway, more recent pics from Miley’s Twitter are above. In addition to having a dirty carpet, Miley also has a hot bearded friend, an adorable dog, and a black bra she wears under sheer clothing!
I generally think shopping is pretty fun, but sometimes you just want everything in one place, and not have to schlep all over town trying to find the perfect outfit. That’s why we’re big fans of shopping aggregator sites like One Stop Plus, which filters everything you’d want in one handy, easy-to-search place.
We used One Stop Plus to find these 10 gorgeous dresses — all under $75 too. Check out our finds after the jump!
Every technological and social revolution creates new behaviors and new relationships … and the need for new terminology to describe them. The progress and innovation in our virtual world is moving so fast yet, sadly, our language has not been able to keep up—AT ALL. Slowly, we’ve added words like “unfriend,” “hashtag” and — just this year — “sexting” to our dictionary, but those hardly cover the extent of our kooky cyber behaviors. Click on for a complete lexicon that covers our souped-up, super-techno culture.
The word therapy conjures an image of a serious man with a steno pad taking notes while a patient reclines on a black, leather couch, talking about her childhood. I’ve been to therapy a bunch of times and never once have I reclined. One of my therapists was a tough talking Texan who threw a Kush ball with me as we spoke. Another was a completely bald little person who drank protein shakes and gave me existential philosophy CDs to listen to. Yet another liked to write possible solutions to my problems on a dry erase board.
While there are therapists who employ the whole reclining on the black, leather couch while you talk about your childhood thing, that’s only one kind of psychotherapeutic treatment available. If you’re not into that (I know I’m not!), don’t let it stop you from seeking out some support for your issues. There are many, many other approaches and types of therapy available. Depending on your personal preferences and what kind of issues you might want to tackle, you’ve got options. Many, many options. So many, that I’m only going to tell you about a few. Click on through for a very abridged breakdown of some of the most popular types of therapy available.
I still have not found my anti-pregnancy rape mechanism thingamajig. Pout.
Click on to see what we’re wearing today…