From “I’m not bipolar I’m bi-winning” to…
Charlie Sheen Concedes He ‘Might’ Be Bipolar: ‘I’ve Come This Far, Might as Well Fix It All’
[…] That prompts Dr. Oz to ask Sheen if he has “ups and downs” with his “emotional coping in the world.” The actor admits he does, but claims they’re “not as severe as they used to be.” He acknowledges that he’s been told he’s “manic” and has bipolar disorder (which he and Dr. Oz call a “genius disease)”, but says he doesn’t want to take medication and become a “Seroquel zombie.”
“It’s very common and understandable that someone may resist embracing a diagnosis of bipolar disorder,” said Oz. “Charlie offers us an opportunity to show the audience that with the right treatment plan, bipolar disorder can be managed and symptoms can be brought under control. We have excellent drugs that deal directly with its cause. Most importantly, Charlie’s experience can teach the world that with the right plan and bipolar disorder brought under control, true healing can then occur in all other areas. source
Sorry whut, Dr Oz? Cause? What cause? As for excellent drugs…. AAAAARRRRRGGGGGHHHHH I’ll dedicate my next 25 side effects to you.