My daughter, Amber, is an avid fan of Hannah Montana. Whenever she goes online, she visits the show’s website. The site is very child-friendly, so I do not have qualms about it. She plays games, and tries to imitate Hannah‘s rock star appeal. She is her greatest idol ever. With all the racy photo controversies about Miley Cyrus. I hope that she will stay true to her wholesome image and will continue to be a good role model for the youngsters. She has the power to influence. She must use it constructively.
For years now, celebrity tabloids and magazines report a number of famous child stars who fell into the trap of drug addiction. A news about Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears going in-and-out of the alcohol treatment center is not new anymore, but it sold millions of copies. In Hollywood, enrolling in a drug rehab, and alcohol detox facility is a fad. It does not bother people anymore. If you can still remember, Amy Winehouse, won three coveted awards for the 2008 Grammy’s. It created a controversy amongst the music industry. That’s life. We all have our different perceptions on things.
Let us not wonder anymore if there is a big boom in the drug treatment programs as well as the drug use trends. Take note, they are not just plain treatment centers, but they are established with utmost taste to ensure proper ambiance for fast recovery of its clients. The Science of Addiction makes sures the these facilities, just like The Canyon in California, adhere to understanding the behavior of addicts. After all, it is the best place to cure an addiction-stricken person- teens or adults.