I know there have been a lot of Christian-based articles about Charlie Sheen lately, and a lot of good things have been said. Normally I don’t care that much about celebrities, but I sat down to watch his interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan last week. I was surprised by how sober and clear-minded he came across, but one really disturbing issue really kept coming back around in his interview. He quit drugs by “curing himself with his mind.” I’m not saying he’s completely turned it around now, but he has stopped taking drugs, which is a positive step. Here’s the problem, though; it really doesn’t seem like he quit for the right reasons, and that’s what bugged me. In fact, he referred to his drug and alcohol binges as “epic nights” and he seemed to be proud of the company his activities put him in (along with the likes of Keith Richards and Ozzy Osbourne). So why did he quit drugs? The impression I got is that he quit for reasons that pertain to publicity and finances. He quit because people wanted him to. He quit because he felt pressured to by the television and movie industry. His fond reminiscing about those days makes it clear that he thought his life was more fun when he could do whatever he felt like.