While I really wish Dina Lohan had uttered the words, “I was a delusional enabler,” I’m glad she at least admitted Lindsay Lohan is an addict. At least I think she did. There was a lot of spin talk spewing from mama Lohan’s mouth, so I’m not really sure what she said.
Dina Lohan sat down with Matt Lauer on Monday’s The Today Show to talk about Lindsay’s “life changing” stay at the Betty Ford Clinic.
“It is the most, it’s life changing, the Betty Ford Center, is just an amazing place and I’ve spent two weeks there in family sessions and you’re not necessarily with the person who’s in the facility, you spend time with families of addiction.”
Only time will tell whether or not Lindsay Lohan’s latest rehab stint will stick; I certainly hope it does. And I really hope Dina Lohan learns something from all of this, as she is a huge part of the problem.
Below is the video of Dina Lohan on The Today Show. I think it’s funny that before Matt Lauer sits down with Dina, a reporter does a piece of on Lindsay. It’s like they’re talking behind her back in front of her mother.
I’m sorry, but I think Dina Lohan is absolutely full of bull dung.
She said she wasn’t in denial about Lindsay’s addiction but it was up to Lindsay to admit it. If I remember correctly, I remember Dina in an interview, saying Lindsay was doing things kids her age do. So to me, she was in denial and playing the Oscar winning role of ‘enable.’ What mother doesn’t want to play a positive part in her child’s “evolution?” And she’s lying by saying she’s all about Lindsay’s healing and getting better, when she refuses to be in the same counseling session with Michael. (Notice her body language and facial expression when Matt asks her about Lindsay spending time with Michael.)
Looks like Lindsay is not the only one who needs to learn what their “trigger points” are (are you reading Dina and Michael?!).
Seems like Lindsay is growing up and learning, while Dina is getting older and still trying to live in the limelight at her daughter’s expense.
I hope Michael keeps his mouth shut and stays out of trouble.
If I had my wish, it would be that Lindsay decides to stay in rehab longer than what the judge had sentenced. I don’t think she’d get much help from Dina and I’m not so sure Michael would continue doing the “right thing” once she’s out of Betty Ford.
Bull dung! I love it!!