Celebrity Smackdown : Crazy For God

Celebrities get away with murder, literally and figuratively. We expect celebrities to do all sorts of crazy things because it isn’t enough for them to entertain us on the small and big screens or on our radios and I-pods. We expect them to overdose and cheat and lie and drink and outrage and get nekkid and convert and transform and make comebacks. We want our celebs with a side of whacky. Not too much where they’ll end up in obscurity but just bad enough that when they stop doing their whacky stuff and make a good movie, we start making calls to the Vatican demanding beatification. ‘He stopped smoking smack and hasn’t been arrested in months!’, we proclaim. However, we are a fickle bunch. We definitely get a little weird when the celebrity starts proselytizing. ‘Hey Mr. Movie Star, don’t preach to me about your monkey gods!’

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Namaste

Monday is here and we are at a covering a conference for Mingle Media. We would love to be here chatting with our readers but duty calls and Lee is ready for her close up. It’s amazing that 2 years ago we were sitting at home wondering how we would ever get people to read our stuff and today we are getting over 1000 viewers of Relationship Rehab a week and thousands of readers at our site a day. Maybe there is something to all this new age mumbo jumbo?

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Angels and (personal) demons.

This week’s topic is therapy but before we continue, we need to issue a warning. If you are not accepting of Jungian, hippy, out of body, experiential , subconscious-talking kind of shit or if you are one of our fundamentalist readers who believe that God is a perennial grouch who giveth and taketh in direct proportion to our blind obedience then you might want to stop reading now and check back in tomorrow. We’ll write something funny on Saturday.

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The Big Dysaffirmation

We have been talking about Dysaffirmations all week; how we use them with our kids, our significant others, and how much chaos they bring to us. But each of those little dysaffirmations is a symptom of what we consider to be our big dysaffirmation, our core dysfunctional belief that serve as the queen to all of our other little crazies.

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