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Corey Haim found dead

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I heard that this morning too... He now parties in the Viper Room in the sky with River Phoenix, Brad Renfro and all the rest. (Define irony: standing in front of Kurt Cobain while he dedicates a song to River Phoenix.)

Man, I would hate to be a walking (or dead) cliche. I've had lots of problems in my life, and I take a sadistic joy in proving people wrong and defying expectations.
 

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For some reason this makes me so very sad. He tried so many times to get clean and away from drugs. Just couldn't beat the demon. Hope he's finally at peace.
 

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The ironic thing was that he was suppose to be Chris Chambers in Stand By Me, but the rest they said history. How ironic.
 

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How very sad. After all the rehab and problems he suffered from drug related issues you would think that would be enough; you just never know.
 
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Poor old Corey. :( I heard he had struggled with problems for a while. Didn't he appear in a show about it with Corey Feldman a while ago?

It's a real shame when this sort of thing happens. Dunno what's going on lately, seems to be a lot of tragedies all at once...
 
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Corey Feldman seems pretty stable, JJ - married with kids and stuff isnt he?
 

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Nope. He is already divorced from his wife...He has a kid with her. Feldman is single again.
 

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It's a real shame when this sort of thing happens. Dunno what's going on lately, seems to be a lot of tragedies all at once...

Coke, heroin, amphetimines, Xanax, painkillers, Ritalin, sleeping pills, and booze...and usually a combination of the above. That is whats going on lately.
 

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Is 2010 going to be the tragedy of the year? Seems like we are having more than we did in 2009.
 
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When do people in the entertainment industry EVER learn? You take drugs and this what happens,its simple!!! Victims they're not!...
 

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Ironically, this sort of thing has been happening since our grandparents started hearing unexpected deaths with Hollywood celebrities on the radio. Let's put in our grandpa or grandma's shoes with their old fashioned radio knobs. With the internet, anything is possible via satellite. Sadly, this was nothing new: technology wise or not. There is an old saying: The more things change, the more they stay the same.
 

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Feel sorry for the family. Didn't the mother found him or was the police that did that?
 
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Coke, heroin, amphetimines, Xanax, painkillers, Ritalin, sleeping pills, and booze...and usually a combination of the above. That is whats going on lately.
I think people in general aren't getting the message that abuse of drugs (prescription or otherwise) is too much for a lot of people to handle.

I'm not sure there's enough awareness that messing with substances that alter state of mind can leave you with unexpected mental side-effects, changed perception sometimes and moved mental goalposts that can be almost impossible to deal with.

Not putting this very well, but anyway...maybe I'm just in a doom-laden mood, lol. :p
 

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I think people in general aren't getting the message that abuse of drugs (prescription or otherwise) is too much for a lot of people to handle.

I'm not sure there's enough awareness that messing with substances that alter state of mind can leave you with unexpected mental side-effects, changed perception sometimes and moved mental goalposts that can be almost impossible to deal with.

Not putting this very well, but anyway...maybe I'm just in a doom-laden mood, lol. :p
I disagree. It is publicised. People just think, "it will never happen to me"
 

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I disagree. It is publicised. People just think, "it will never happen to me"

I've thought about this for the better part of the day. I think at a certain point he actually made the decision that he wanted to die. It will be difficult to convince me that someone will go through all of this (from what I've read about his thoughts on his rehab and the condition of his life) and still abuse themselves if they want to live.
I'm no less sorry for the loss of his life, however I think he had a plan no matter how misguided.
 

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I truly think it is because Haim was publicly known for his drug use for over two decades. Everyone could tell he was on a self-destructive path as Corey Feldman was at one point. Feldman chose to leave it all behind. Haim stayed with it.

I don't know if there is a good answer for this since I have a uncle who was on that path and was on the verge to self-destruct any moment. He turned to drinking, which damaged his throat and liver.....causing a lot of weight loss. He even stole his ex-wife's jewelry and other heirlooms, causing a lot of problems as well. He was near death until my parents took him in.

It is very hard for me to describe this, but we had to dish all alcoholic drinks away and had to make sure that he stayed sober for good. He had to go these meetings or we used psychology on him. Did you know how long it took him to not touch a drink......a year. It was exhausting. My parents were not physically fit to watch over since he is the youngest, so I had to make sure he did go to meetings and see that he was on the right path.

And this might be controversial for me to say, but I truly believe the person himself/herself has to be saved, but not by anyone. He/she has to be strong enough to know it was wrong and such. He/She has to make the choices, not family members or rehab workers. These addicted people(be it Hollywood or elsewhere) have to see their own mistakes and say, "That was shitty of me. I should have known better."

And it is very hard. Many will turn a death ear and not listen to you saying what they are doing is wrong. These addicted individuals won't believe it all. They have escapism and such. It is very sad and scary.....it is a path that is chosed by them and not by us.

To make matters worse, my uncle was surrounded by a lot of enabling neighbors that stole money from him and he was blind enough to spend it foolishly. Gambling, etc.

It is very bizarre and quite dangerous.....but if the individuals can look deeper at their mistakes, then maybe they can make a difference and tell their story.

It is not the best answer I have to offer, but that's the way I see it.

As for the moment now, my uncle is sober and has gained over 250 pounds. Finding a stable job he enjoys and making a lot of good influential friends in the process. No longer is the one that is drinking. Now, I see a very healthy man on the verge on doing something right. We almost lost him for such a long time.
 
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I disagree. It is publicised. People just think, "it will never happen to me"
They probably teach you more about it now than they did when I was at skool. *medieaval times* :wink:

He kind of reminds me of an American Gazza. Funny but self-destructive. :(