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Is "i Hit It First" A Cry For Help? A Grief Counselor Assesses R










They didnt do their grief workyou obviously can see that." Clearly, Ray J's got some issues to work out. But, we asked Elliott, do these issues merit some kind of psychological diagnosis? Would Ray J be able to pin down what's wrong http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ulioyBmVyE with him with a trip to a good shrink? It's funny we ask that, Elliott explained, as that there's currently a feverish debate in the psychological community about grief being included in the next edition of what essentially amounts to the encyclopedia of psychology, the DSM [Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders]. "The new DSM has grief as a mental health disorder with depression, which we who work in the field of grief have been saying, No, grief is a natural process. Youre never taught how to deal with it." Fair enough. And maybe Ray J's just dealing with his grief: About Kim, about Whitney, about being Brandy's younger, less-successful brother, about knowing that, while he hit it first, Kris Frickin' Humphries has also hit it. But Susan was willing to look on the brighter side of Ray J, offering that, "for him, this might be a productive way [of expressing anger]." "I have to help my clients find outlets for their anger and their grief. If theyre a creative person, theyll write songs, do things like that, write books and paint, do music, whatever it is. You have to have an outlet." If we're to be optimistsand not frequent Breakfast Club listenersRay J may just be expressing himself as a simple function of being an artist. <br>More: http://www.complex.com/music/2013/04/for-the-love-of-ray-j-is-i-hit-it-first-a-cry-for-help



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