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If your teenage daughter has a drug problem, the last person you want her hanging out with is probably Lindsay Lohan. But according to TMZ, Lohan is trying hard to be a good influence on the younger patients at the UCLA rehab center. The Web site's sources say that Lohan, 24, is "passionate" about helping the teen girls she's met in rehab. To that end, she's mentoring them, offering advice, even "writing them inspirational notes." Who'd have thought it?
If this is true, it could mark a turning point (finally!) for LiLo. Throughout the whole arrest/court hearing/prison/rehab ordeal, Lohan has seemed willfully oblivious to the trouble she's gotten herself into. Could it be that seeing younger girls heading down the same dangerous path has finally made her take a good, hard look at her own addictions? Combine that realization with a strict rehabilitation program -- according to TMZ, the nurses are actually harder on Lohan to avoid accusations of playing favorites -- and Lohan may finally break out of the fog that has stopped her from seeing the mess she's made of her life.
Then again, she could be giving teenage girls advice because she thinks they have a problem and she doesn't. In which case, nothing has really changed. But we choose to remain optimistic.
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