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Martin Sheen on Charlie Sheen: Addiction is a Cancer

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Martin Sheen weighs in on son Charlie Sheen

Watching Charlie Sheen Today Show interviews is a bit like watching a train wreck.  If you missed yesterday’s interview, you can watch it here

Charlie Sheen asked for a follow up interview with the Today Show, so we got to watch more this morning.  Charlie Sheen is confident that he will come out on top and feels better than ever.  He even thinks he’ll be returning to Two and a Half Men soon.

What does his dad think? Martin Sheen on Charlie Sheen:

Martin Sheen said that addiction is a form of cancer and he’ll be there, loving his son and lifting him up. But, Charlie Sheen says he doesn’t want to be treated like a child.

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You can see more of Martin Sheen on Charlie Sheen on his Sky Radio interview.

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0 thoughts on “Martin Sheen on Charlie Sheen: Addiction is a Cancer

  1. vwalker says:

    So just a short message to say I am sorry. I will say this, and I have expressed this view in forums: Cancer, obesity, diabetes and a whole mess of other bodily diseases, why are they different and gain more acceptance than addictions? Why are psychological issues dismissed as controllable and bodily diseases as unavoidable?
    I have always found you to be a very desirable actor. That should be interpreted as someone I always desire to see more of. I think you and Charlie and Emelio are always and entirely delightful. So, as a mother to a father, I understand your love and the fact that you have always given, often against better judgement. I am so sorry that all this, by virtue of your fame, is not played out in the privacy of your home.

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