After weeks of predictions, it finally happened: Tiger Woods has reportedly decided to check into rehab for sex addiction.
The Dutch teenager, an avid field hockey, soccer, and tennis player, went to rehab, but as the swelling abated, her leg grew numb.
That year, Lohan started attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and, in early 2007, checked herself into rehab for 30 days.
“When they voted on the awards, I was in rehab for razor-cutting,” he says.
The disgraced designer is now in rehab in Arizona, but his signature John Galliano collection was presented this morning in Paris.
I let go of her hand and ran down an abbreviated version of the rehab plans, leaving out anything about Debra and her ad-hocs.
I had a rehab to finish, and I was the only one who understood how it had to be done.
Yes, they probably stayed alive quite a while—or might, except for the rehab crew.
The rehab Shop was equipped not only to recondition machines but to test them.
But meanwhile the rehab Shop was taken over by officers of rank.
rehab re·hab (rē'hāb')
: more work-release and rehab centers
Rehabilitation, esp of a drug addict, alcoholic, etc: After a few weeks' rehab they sent him back home (1948+)
To rehabilitate, esp a building, factory, etc: Williams has worked for minimum wage, rehabbing houses/ had to give up a sublease because the building was rehabbed (1970s+)