It is sad that Whitney Houston lost her battle and her life to her addictions. It is also sad that her “friends” were not there for her. Not Whitney the super star; but Whitney the vulnerable, lost friend.
She needed a safety net and she didn’t have it. That is the really sad part; people put their agenda above helping her.
R.I.P. Whitney. I’m sorry you were not able to be helped. Maybe in losing you, others will be helped.
Your addictions were not only yours, but belonged to the doctors and “friends” that enabled you. Those that were standing by your side but not looking out for your best interest.
When someone is lost in the fog of addiction, they can not find their way out on their own. They need the help of caring doctors and friends. Those that aren’t afraid of getting their feelings hurt. Those that will be there when you are heading down a slippery slope and are holding on to you as if their life depended on it too.
That’s what was missing from Whitney’s life. Something money can’t buy.