Nobody really cares what I think, but as it’s *MY* blog, I’m going to tell you anyway.
That horrible phone message rant to Baldwin’s daughter was played for me without warning; it was on my “nice” am morning radio show that I’ve listened to for the past 20 plus years. Having heard it and been shocked and disturbed by it, I feel a sense of outrage. Well maybe not screaming at inappropriate people outrage, but controlled disgust.
I’m disgusted at Mr. Baldwin for losing his cool like that with his kid. If that’s who you really are Mr. Baldwin, you need help. I certainly don’t mean, oops I cut all my hair off and I’m going to re-hab help either. I mean sessions with a certified professional.
I’m disgusted at the people who are supposed to be advocates for this little girl but yet distributed the message to the media.
I’m disgusted that with all the talk about this message there hasn’t been a louder dialog about abuse and anger management. I’m not suggesting that Mr. Baldwin is an abuser, but this would be an opportune time to talk about the signs of abuse, or how to get away from someone before it escalates to violence.
I’m disgusted at media outlets that are supposed to be reputable (CNN!?) who posted this as a summary to today’s follow up story: “Story HighlightsDr. Phil says Baldwin called him for advice “
I’m disgusted at Dr. Phil who is posing as a mental health professional and yet doesn’t understand thing ONE about patient confidentiality. Unless he was asked to leak that to the media and then I say poo on Mr. Baldwin’s pr machine for thinking that going to the “yelling therapist” for advice was a good idea.
In fact, poo on everyone involved! You people stink! Maybe I am a little outraged.