Rihanna Checking Into Women’s Love And Sex Addiction Treatment Program?

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June 18, 2013 ‐ By
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I sincerely hope this is a rumor and things haven’t gotten this bad for Rihanna in the wake of her breakup with Chris Brown, but according to UK site Expose Entertainment, the singer is on her way into sex addiction rehab.

The 25-year-old pop star is likely to begin [a] 12-step program – which follows the same format as alcohol and drug rehabilitation – during her upcoming six-week break from her ‘Diamonds World Tour’ at The Ranch clinic in Tennessee.

A source told the new UK issue of Grazia magazine: ”Rihanna is still desperately in love with Chris. It’s like she’s obsessed with him and, although he’s told her it’s over, she just can’t get over him.

”After talking it through with a psychotherapist, Rihanna is now considering doing a 12-step program to get rid of her demons.”

The Ranch clinic’s “Women’s Love and Sex Addiction Treatment Program” is the one Rihanna is said to be checking into. It reportedly helps women who have issues with ”attracting troubled, addicted, abusive or otherwise emotionally unavailable partners,” using treatments as varied as counselling and equine therapy.

Sounds applicable in Rihanna’s case, though I would expect if this were true, the singer would’ve kept the details of her treatment plan under wraps. But since she hasn’t gone off about this rumor on Twitter yet, we’re going to assume it’s true until proven otherwise.

What do you think?

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  • Just saying!!

    I expected to see way more negative comments on this threat but I am pleasantly surprised. People usually say “he/she needs help” and then when the person gets help they are ridiculed because of the stigma attached for it. Taking care of your problems and addressing them head on….that’s that grown woman ish!! lol

  • Suchalady

    This sounds like every bit of a lie. Who made up this story, Karrueche? Didn’t Rih break up with Chris?

  • Suchalady

    This sounds like every bit of a lie. Who made up this story, Karrueche? Didn’t Rih break up with Chris?

    • moni

      This comment!!! Too funny.

  • MLS2698

    So many celebrities have problems, but are unable to tend to them because of their schedules and contractual obligations. Even it this is not true, she could stand some help from a non-friend/family member to get perspective on why she would choose to re-enter an abusive relationship. And that’s real, no shade.

  • MLS2698

    So many celebrities have problems, but are unable to tend to them because of their schedules and contractual obligations. Even it this is not true, she could stand some help from a non-friend/family member to get perspective on why she would choose to re-enter an abusive relationship. And that’s real, no shade.

  • TRUTH IS

    The industry has made her a sex slave…that’s all…industry wrecks em

  • lexi

    If this is true, than good for her, abuse is not something to be taken lightly and has negative effects on people. There is nothing wrong with getting some professional advice.

  • chelley

    this kind of treatment should be available worldwide and at a discounted cost!!!

  • disqus_zNWEQlyt0P

    This is a good thing…

  • Sarah

    Good for Rihanna. She has to have some issues if she still wants the man who beat her to a bloody pulp. Drugs and alcohol only makes things worse. I hope she can get things straight in her mind

  • Mrs. A

    Good for her… Hope she gets the help she needs.Just because she is a celebrity doesn’t mean she is above real life emotional issues.

  • Jay Trevy

    Good for her! If she needs the help it is wise to get it.

  • Tamara

    If things have gotten “this bad for her” as you stated it is commendable that she is seeking professional help for her “demons.” Addressing one’s problems with a professional should not be considered a stigma, that attitude is a major problem in the black community. More folks should do so and maybe we wouldn’t spend our time judging other folks and instead encourage them.

    • Guest360

      I was just about to write the same thing. There is nothing wrong with getting help when you obviously need it and judging from her behavior the last few YEARS, it’s far time she finally gets it. Life is too short to let your demons rule your life. Get help and get healthy. I can’t stress that enough.

  • NatashaDecemberBabyThomas

    More like she need to check into a drug and alcohol program, been seeing too many Instagram pics of her smoking kush and drinking alcohol.