Whitney Houston – The New Drug Culture

Photo of Amy Winehouse looking frail from drugs/alcohol; Whitney Houston – The New Drug Culture

Photo of Amy Winehouse looking frail from drugs/alcohol; Whitney Houston – The New Drug Culture

FOX News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly labeled Whitney Houston as fatalistic and self-destructive, saying she wanted to kill herself by using drugs for decades.

Bill O’Reilly also said Whitney “was an adult who made a decision to embrace the drug life.” But New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie had state government buildings’ flags lowered to half-staff on the day of Houston’s funeral angering critics who claimed that the flag tribute is an insult to real heroes.

Jay Thomas – two time Emmy Award winning actor and host of SiriusXM satellite radio show – claims that we are celebrating and encouraging bad behavior and drug addicts by giving them recognition and entertainment awards: Amy Winehouse who died from alcohol addiction received a posthumous Grammy in 2012 and Chris Brown who abused his girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, also performed at the 2012 Grammys.

Jay Thomas interviews Human Behavior Expert Patrick Wanis PhD for his insights into Whitney Houston, drug addiction, the new drug culture and the common practice of doctors & therapists charging celebrities exorbitant fees while not really caring about their wellbeing. (Dr. Conrad Murray who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, charged Michael $150,000.00 a month to be his doctor.)

In a highly controversial and forthright interview, Patrick Wanis PhD also discusses the DSM V (Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) which proposes labeling shyness, grieving and defiant behavior by children as mental illnesses.

Patrick Wanis also exposes the new drug culture – ‘anytime something goes wrong take a pill’ – a strategy, paradigm and practice that he claims perpetuates, enables and promotes drug addiction.

N.B. This interview contains adult language and themes.

Click below to listen to the interview.

 

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