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March 1st, 2011
08:24 AM ET

Dr. Jeff Gardere: Sheen will eventually run out of speed, listen to reason

Charlie Sheen insists he's not an addict. That's what the actor told Piers Morgan Monday, in one of many interviews he's given to media outlets following his suspension from CBS's "Two and a Half Men". But his erratic behavior and nonsensical sentences have many wondering what's behind Sheen's actions if drugs aren't to blame.

Bernard Madoff is also making headlines, as tapes from his interview with New York Magazine have just been released to the public. What do the tapes show about how Madoff is dealing with his past actions?

Psychologist Jeff Gardere talks to Kiran Chetry and Ali Velshi about Charlie Sheen's latest media appearances and Madoff's newly released tapes.


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  1. RPD

    Undoubtedly, he's going to crash and burn. Maybe then will he realize the seriousness of this situation. Grow up, for God's sake, Charlie - you've got five (yes - 5) cvhildren - quit acting like one of them. Just how many hoes do you think ya'd have if it weren't for the $$$ and coke???? Get yourself into therapy and save your life.

    March 3, 2011 at 4:58 pm |
  2. sheppard

    Reasoning with a narcissistic a$$ is pretty much like arguing with a 3 year old, impossible. I didn't realize until seeing sheen during his 'interviews' on TV that it was possible for a 45 yr old man to look 60 while sounding 14. Must have something to do with that 'Tiger Blood'. What a ridiculous poser.

    March 2, 2011 at 4:30 pm |
  3. mike sey

    On the other hand Charlie may only be a victim of too much self-esteem, what might have been diagnosed in the 50's as 'spoiled Bratism'.

    March 2, 2011 at 7:48 am |