Guided by an innovative personal growth App, a journey into the self found Charlie Sheen making trouble and an opportunity for Viola and others to come to the rescue.
Tiger blood appears to be no antidote for Charlie Sheen's exploding emotional jug. After going after Jon Cryer, the prime time to Twitter time actor now popularly known as @charliesheen could use some help emptying his emotional jug.
Discovering the unique parts of self in each of us and others offers the opportunity for new understandings, connection, and healing. Leading relationship and marriage education programs help people recognize parts that may sabotaging dreams and relationships. An exercise developed by Virginia Satir can help prevent a mutiny.
It turns out Charlie Sheen isn't part of the two in the CBS hit sitcom, "Two and a Half Men." Executives pulled the plug on the show after the 45-year-old actor attacked producer Chuck Lorre in an "incoherent, bizarre" tirade on the Alex Jones Show.
The most surprising break-up of the year wasn’t desperate ex-housewife Eva Longoria and Tony Parker, notorious Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller, final cheers for Camille and Kelsey Grammer, Jesse James' blind siding of Miss Congeniality herself, Sandra Bullock, the sinking of Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes, Greg Norman and Chris Evert’s double fault, Lib and Randy Travis’ forever and over, Sean Penn and Robin Wright’s broken pledge, Myrna and Morgan Freeman's breakup amidst allegations that kiss the girls was not just the title of his 1997 blockbuster, or even Elin Nordegren's discovery that Tiger Woods’ double bogeys weren’t limited to the green. It was the mid-year news that Tipper and Al Gore were calling it quits on their 40-year marriage that caused double takes around the world.
When Alan's girlfriend invited him to move in during last week's episode of Two and a Half Men, he had plenty to think about. Of course, Charlie would love to get the bachelor pad all to himself. See what happens tonight when Alan and Lyndsey try to work it all out.
In the premiere episode of Two and a Half Men, Alan is lying to Jake while preaching honesty. This week, he'll face a tempting invitation.