m (as we all try to do), Strauss pathologized himself f…true about his journey to treat his compulsive behavior, which I never really bought as disordered. To me, it simply seemed that Strauss didn’t like that he might have to give up one thing (screwing anybody he wants) for another thing (a nice, hot girlfriend). Rather than owning that he had selfish desires (as we all do) and finding the discipline not to act on them (as we all try to do), Strauss pathologized himself further, turning the fact that he didn’t want to be monogamous into a…
Um, no. Did we read the same book?
Maybe you just had a much, much healthier childhood, so you just can’t relate.
That’s the problem with the world. The healthy don’t understand the unhealthy at all, so they belittle and blame.
That said, it’s atrocious to hear he’s doing this now. Ugh.
I guess that’s what you do with fame and money … parlay it into the easiest way you can think of to pull in more fame and more money, while puffing yourself into the biggest stuffed shirt this side of Donald Trump.
Ick. After reading The Truth, I thought more of him than that.