Heather Locklear was America’s sweetheart at one time in her life. The creator of a superstar career on TV with a long running collaboration with mega TV producer Aaron Spelling, Locklear’s credits include the highly successful Dynasty, TJ Hooker, and super soap Melrose Place. Her popularity was so powerful that Spelling cast her in both TJ Hooker and Dynasty at the same time.
Whether playing a cop, a vixen, or a corporate exec in her role on “Spin City”, Heather seemed at ease with change and adapting to anything thrown at her.
Sadly as recently as March of this year stories began to surface about Locklear’s battle with anxiety and depression.
Culmination of a Battle
Heather recently checked herself into an unnamed Arizona “rehab” center for depression and anxiety. According to sources close to the actress she “requested an in-depth evaluation of her medication and entered into a medical facility for proper diagnosis and treatment.”
“. . . she has had a rough year. . . she decided to heed doctors’ orders and re-evaluate her medical condition at an in-patient treatment facility.”
“She wanted to feel better and get to the bottom of what was troubling her” according to People.com sources
Statement of Support
In the most heartfelt statement of support, former co-star and new boyfriend Jack Wagner:
“Anyone who has the courage to seek help in order to live a healthy life gets my support 110 percent.”
In making the decision that she could not live her current life, Heather Locklear began the journey of becoming an inner architect. She applied Susan Hanshaw’s Phase 1’s “Recognize your choices” as her first step to reaching out for help
“Moving into Your New Life”
As Heather heals and begins to step into her new life she will come to the realization that it is not going to be an easy process, transition, or change.
In Susan Hanshaw’s Inner Architect: How To Build The Life You Were Designed To Live” we can see that she will be coming to grips with Phase 6 concepts:
1. The importance of claiming your new life and how to do it
2. How to break through the insecurities of being new (in your new way of life)
3. How to break through barriers to success (fears, old habits, comfortable associations)
Our Hopes For Change
We are pulling for Heather’s recovery and transformation. Although no location has been released, we are trying to send Heather our work as a token of our support, as a gesture of love, and as a road map of change.