Miley Cyrus Mental Illness From Molly?

Miley Cyrus Mentally Ill

Does Miley Cyrus have drug-induced mental illness from Molly? She has admitted to using Molly in her song “We Can’t Stop” when she says she’s “dancing with Molly.” This has created a lot of controversy among parents, who are concerned that their children could start emulating Miley Cyrus by picking up a bad drug habit. After her performance at the VMAs, she’s had tongues wagging all over the place about her current state of mind. Now that her relationship has apparently broken up for good, it raises even more questions about her stability, or lack thereof.

Because we know for a fact that Miley Cyrus takes Molly, and that Molly can cause many terrible symptoms, including mental illness, it only stands to reason that people could begin questioning whether the drug Molly could cause Cyrus to be mentally ill.

Licensed social worker Nicole Knepper, who has not treated Cyrus, raised this very question in her blog post entitled “Can or Won’t Stop; Is Miley Cyrus Mentally Ill?” Knepper says that Miley Cyrus’ behavior is very concerning, explaining:

…her behavior has given me the Uh-ohs, but more recently, her hyper-sexuality, lack of impulse control and boundaries, rapid mood swings, admitted drug use, compulsive tweeting and spending, extreme displays of irritability and argumentative behavior, difficulty sleeping, and hoarding of animals, all documented on Twitter by Miley herself for her over 13 million followers, are not just typical adolescent behavior.

The drug Molly is documented to cause psychological disturbances such as depression, anxiety, seizures, hallucinations and suicidal thoughts or actions. In the long-term, Molly can cause permanent brain damage, and some have remarked that Miley Cyrus’ performance reminded them of someone with brain damage, especially when she was sticking her tongue out in a bizarre manner. This same type of behavior has been observed in people with mental disabilities and those with mental illness. People who have mental challenges can sometimes also exhibit the hyper sexuality that Miley Cyrus seems to be exhibiting.

Besides the mental effects, Molly can cause many physical symptoms including tremors, liver damage, hyperthermia, intracranial bleeding and a host of other physical problems. In the short term, Molly can cause impulsive behaviors and memory loss as well. Certainly, it would be fair to say that Miley Cyrus’ appearing naked in her new video Wrecking Ball could be something that may have been decided upon impulsively.

Back in July of 2013, Dr. Drew came out and said that he thought Miley Cyrus does have mental illness, and that was long before her VMA Awards performance. One can only imagine what Dr. Drew thinks about her mental health after viewing the VMA performance.

What do you think? Could Miley Cyrus be afflicted with a mental illness? If so, was it something she was born with or is it mental illness that is induced solely by the drug Molly? Weigh in below and let us know what you think. Should Miley Cyrus stop taking Molly? Does it cause mental illness or is it a catalyst for her creative juices?

By: Rebecca Savastio

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14 Responses to Miley Cyrus Mental Illness From Molly?

  1. myzamba November 30, 2013 at 6:49 pm

    I feel bad for people that have brain damage that they had no control over. It sickens me that people actually cause their own brain damage. This seems like a whole different kind of brain damage, though, that throws all morality out the window and makes one revel in being repulsively gross to decent human beings.

  2. rmarsh29 (@lunabellegrande) November 9, 2013 at 10:24 am

    ever notice how uneducated people like to consider educated mental health professionals ridiculous. keep doing your molly folks, die, because no one really cares anyway. enjoy your dissent into mental illness. why not just do us all a favor before you tax our society with your mental health problems and kill yourself. it’s for the best. lol. you idiots.

  3. Michael Craig October 1, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    Miley has admitted to using Molly and does seem very cray cray as they say. I am not a medical expert or someone who makes drugs so unless you are one or both of those, it is probably a bad idea to buy Molly or ecstasy off of a stranger at a rave. Miley is OK to grow up and shed her Disney image but it does strike me as sad how far they go before anyone steps in and says there is a problem. Miley could very easily become another train wreck like Lindsay Logan. The problem is that as long as the bizarre behaviour sells tickets-everyone will come to see the show. Unfortunately, people do die from drug overdoses because they mixed the wrong “harmless” drugs together. It is all fun and cool until they die and only then do people come out of the word work to say the star had major drug and alcohol issues. I guess people around the stars don’t really care as long as they keep getting paid. I have a strong feeling Dr. Drew is right. Hopefully no or if yes that her friends and family step in for an intervention. It did not happen for Cory the star of Glee. It did not happen for Chris Farley, John Belushi, etc. I know when you are young you feel invincible but obviously this is not true as some people who partied really hard and are lucky to be alive and tell the tale(Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne , Keith Richards), many others were not so lucky(Michael Jackson, Kurt Cobain, Corey Monteith). I wish Miley success and hope if she does have a drug problem, that she gets help.m

  4. asda September 19, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    the guy who wrote this article needs to forget about molly, and get off the crack

  5. Oswald Spengler September 18, 2013 at 11:41 am

    This is the dumbest article I’ve seen all week. The VMA performance was obviously a deliberate (if unfunny) joke, and MDMA doesn’t cause brain damage.

  6. J. September 17, 2013 at 10:18 pm

    Miley Cyrus needs help, that’s all.

  7. Dr.Ward September 17, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    Thumbs up to the comments. Mdma is safe

  8. barry September 17, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    because it’s in a song, it’s definitely true? the guy who wrote this article needs to forget about molly, and get off the crack

  9. thebutlerdidit September 17, 2013 at 12:05 pm

    Dumbest article, ever. She has a disease, that’s without question, it’s called, “famewhoreitis.” An affliction suffered by everyone in the entertainment industry. Her goal, at this point, is shocking and selling. She’s a freaking social media genius, the way she acts odd, has quirky behavior, gives sound bite after sound bite interviews. It works, sales are thru the roof. Its not difficult to see or understand, why make it into something silly, denigrating to folks with real mental illness? Ughhhh

  10. Dr.Ward September 17, 2013 at 9:01 am

    You my sir are one of the dumbest reporters I have seen yet, I work in the medical field, and advise you to do some ey research on mdma before you post more idiotic posts like this. MDMA has side effects, but there is no medical proof of it causing mental illness. Side effects include sweating, insomnia, and dehydration. I should sue your butt for putting this balone on e Internet. MDMA is actually very safe to use

    • Kevin September 17, 2013 at 6:42 pm

      That’s false my friend. Taking Molly once changes your brain chemistry forever. Brain damage can occur within a consecutive week of dosage. I’m not sure when permanent damage sets in but it is definitely a fact that long term damage can easily occur, especially if the user experiences serotonin syndrome which can happen to anybody at any time for taking a .22 instead of a point .20. Don’t ever think it’s completely safe because unless you space out your doses atleast 2-3 weeks you are risking long term brain damage.

  11. Rigel Bernard September 16, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    with the way she has been behaving of late i think we might have another michael jackson tragedy if those close to her dont take her to rehab or something, she is getting way out of control


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