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MFW: Yeah, that was in '07; I hadn't used drugs in eight years. I was told it was a combination of being bipolar and abruptly stopping antidepressants.
I just unraveled. ELLE: So that's how you finally figured out what was wrong?
I think that's a good message—"you're going to be happy. Yeah, that was in '07; I hadn't used drugs in eight years.
I was told it was a combination of being bipolar and abruptly stopping antidepressants. I just unraveled. I'd been diagnosed once before, when I was heavily using, but I thought it was a joke.
You lived glamorously with friends such as Anthony Kiedis and Charlize Theron, but even though you grew up poor, you seem unfazed by it all. Now you're primarily a stay-at-home mother of two. Do you miss the whirlwind, aside from the addiction?