elliot-wolf - December 13, 2017
Amanda Bynes is the model example of everything that can go wrong with a child star. Any female celebrity openly asking a musician to “murder her vagina” in front of millions of followers has lost their sanity as well as self-respect. But I bet the voices in her head told her that it was a good idea to tweet sexual desperation so you can’t really blame Bynes. It was obviously her alter ego. She recently relapsed after showing signs of recovery from her mental illness. Back to the crazy house where they tell women like her their straight jacket has ghosts inside and winkies are made of strawberry ice cream.
For Amanda Bynes, the road to recovery has been a long and difficult one with many potholes and detours along the way.
Bynes' struggle with mental illness played out in the public eye, and when she began to show signs of recovery earlier this year, fans rejoiced at the thought of having "the old Amanda" back.
Now, it seems their celebrations may have been premature.
"She seemed upbeat and talked about returning to TV."
Unfortunately, the return to television never took place, and insiders say it's Bynes' inability to find work that touched off her latest meltdown.
The 31-year-old's comeback came around the fifth anniversary of DUI arrest that seemed to trigger an extended downward spiral for Bynes.
In the months that followed, her drug use increased, and her behavior became more erratic, a pattern that culminated in Bynes being placed on a 5150 psychiatric hold and hospitalized for several months.
The observation of mental illness in America is trending at the moment. Most cases are self diagnosed lies like Amanda’s situation but at least more people are becoming aware of the issue. I honestly doubt she’s legitimately a lunatic. She just doesn’t know when to say no to drugs. Tripping balls on shrooms and schizophrenia both fall into the equality of outcome territory. You’re paranoid and start to see things that aren’t really there. She needs to own up to her drug abuse. Because Amanda is giving mental illness a bad name. Know your limits when it comes to hard drugs and this world would be a better place. Too much acid can easily turn anyone into James McAvoy and the next thing you know you’re trying to kidnap and eat people.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News
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