This post was originally written by Intervention Services Inc. on http://www.interventionservices.org/in-the-news/scott-disick-still-rehab/
Even though photos of Scott Disick have been circulating as of late, don’t worry. He’s still in rehab. Lucky for him, he doesn’t have to stay there 24 hours a day. The reality star was photographed with Kris Jenner at a restaurant.
His Instagram profile was also updated with photos of him boarding a private jet and driving a beautiful Mercedes Benz– activities that are not typically associated with rehab.
While Disick seems to be enjoying life on the outside, he is still in rehab for his struggles with drug and alcohol abuse. Sources have stated that Disick wants to be the best dad that he can be and is dedicated to getting help for his life.
Because of his stay at rehab, Disick appears to be a changed man. Apparently the Kardashians are more than excited, so much so that Kourtney is open to the possibility of a reconciliation.
Earlier this week, according to E! news, Disick is doing “really well”. The source continued to say that “he took it really seriously this time. He took a real break from work and partying to focus on himself. He hasn’t sounded this good in ages. He says he’s feeling great”.
Additionally, Dollar Beard Club announced that Disick is a new spokesman for the brand and its line of beard care products. TMZ was told that the company approached Disick after the photos of him in Malibu were first posted.
While the deal is still unknown to the general public, we can assume that it will become Disick’s duties to push the beard agenda out to his millions of social media followers.
It appears as though Disick’s life is starting to turn around. While this wasn’t his first attempt at fighting his addictions, his recent stay at a treatment center proves that he has dedicated some serious thought to his health and well-being.
Disick very well may be a shining example of an alcohol intervention gone right. Let’s hope that he can continue his success.
Photo by Bettina Cirone [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons