Clint Eastwood's Wife Dina Reportedly Enters Rehab for Anxiety and Depression


Dina Eastwood


According to a source close to the family, Dina Eastwood seeks treatment for anxiety and depression in an exclusive facility in Arizona.

Dina Eastwood, the wife of legendary actor Clint Eastwood, reportedly signed up for a rehabilitation program in an exclusive facility in Arizona. According to TMZ, Dina went to rehab to treat her anxiety and depression.

Besides the purpose of the treatment, there is no further info in regards to Dina's condition. Representative for Dina or Clint has not commented on the rehab report.

Clint and Dina got married in 1996 and the couple has a 16-year-old daughter, Morgan, together. Dina's variety show "Mrs. Eastwood & Company" features Morgan and Francesca, Clint's other daughter from his previous relationship with Frances Fisher. Clint said during the show's premiere in May, "If they want to do a reality show that's fine. My only request was to please leave me out as much as possible."

In other news, Clint and his daughters, Morgan and 19-year-old Francesca, had a blast on the first weekend of Coachella Music Festival. The 82-year-old actor and the girls joined water shotgun competition on Saturday, April 13.

An onlooker said, "It was his first time playing. He was having a blast. One of the people playing on the other end [of the game] even pointed to him and said, 'Go ahead. Make my day.' " Another source said that Clint was popular among the ladies. "Guys asked Clint for photos and women were flocking to him all afternoon," the source said.

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Comments

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    robinv444
    Apr 26, 2013

    Everyone assumes she is bipolar, I agree. After watching her do the KSBW news for years, and then watching her reality show, she did seem a bit manic (on the show). I too suffer from bipolar...was prescribed the correct meds 7 yrs ago and now feeling quite normal. Boy, those bouts with depression were devastating. Hang in there Dina! Love from RV in Santa Cruz

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    Samson
    Apr 26, 2013

    God bless Mrs. Eastwood. Her journey will not be an easy one, our thoughts and prayers are with her.

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    nigelciera
    Apr 26, 2013

    Well, since many people here are admitting that they're bi-polar, I guess I should be honest as well. I am bi-polar...I can't decide whether I want to live in the North Pole or the South Pole!

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    Ellen
    Apr 25, 2013

    I escaped anxiety and depression after 2.5 years with mega doses of fish oil. It works.

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    Bug
    Apr 25, 2013

    I escaped Anxiety and Depression after 2.5 years with mega doses of Fish Oil.

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    bigbrostyx
    Apr 25, 2013

    That's the first step to getting better.Good luck.

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    DreamWeaver
    Apr 25, 2013

    I hope she gets well soon. I am also bi-polar and have severe anxiety. I am glad she is seeking help. I don't know why people do not realize that there is nothing wrong with seeking help for your mental health. If you are physically ill you go to a doctor. Same thing with mental health. Just as important.

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    Dirty Hairy
    Apr 25, 2013

    I blew my brains out with a water shotgun and feel a lot better after that.

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    1 old man
    Apr 25, 2013

    she's safely away from that nut burger. give an empty chair and tell him it's his wife. he won't know the difference. Ha Ha Ha

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    Carolina
    Apr 25, 2013

    I suffer of Major Depressive Disorder. Depression is a serious illness. It is not a weakness, just to be clear. I wish Mrs. Eastwood to be well. She is not alone.

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    Carolina
    Apr 25, 2013

    I suffer of major depressive disorder. Depression is a terrible illness. I have been hospitalized during severe crisis. I wish Mrs. Eastwood to be well. Good she is able to go to private and exclusive facility. Many hospitals are not very pleasant, but private ones are. Best wishes and prayers.

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    iamthewalrus
    Apr 25, 2013

    GOOBER JOHNSON IS A DORK.

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    dollarlolly
    Apr 25, 2013

    People usually do not go to rehab for depression and/or anxiety. Pyschiatrist and medication usually helps.

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    ibdave
    Apr 25, 2013

    get well Dina!! Great person!

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    DEB
    Apr 25, 2013

    GOD IS WITH YOU NOW AND ALWAYS IVE BEEN THROUGH THE SAME THING HOPE YOURS ARENT AS BAD AS MINE WUZ PRAYERS DEBBIE DORSEY FT SMITH ARK

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    Goober Johnson
    Apr 25, 2013

    after his presentation with the empty chair at the GOP convention, I'd go to rehab. Obviously, they both should go to rehab. Clint is gone man! He is out of it. How stupid can you be?

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    Denny H.
    Apr 25, 2013

    I have suffered from depression all my life, but I make it through life with daily vigorous exercise and road work every day. In my seventy's and going strong.

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    kidgie
    Apr 25, 2013

    Good luck with your treatment. As a lifer I know how it feels.

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    marie
    Apr 25, 2013

    I have suffered from anxiety and depression for over 20 years. Best of luck to you - it can be very painful and lonely.

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    topsabatini
    Apr 25, 2013

    As someone who served 25 years in the Marine Corp and suffers from PTSD. I wish Mrs Eastwood of fast recovery. There are medications out there that will really help you in this recovery

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    Jimmy
    Apr 25, 2013

    Megadoses of Niacin (Vitamin B3) will cure depression

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    ANNETTE H
    Apr 25, 2013

    I SUFFER FROM BI-POLAR AND KNOW HOW BAD IT CAN BE TO BE DEPRESSED AND HAVE PANIC ATTACKS, MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND WITH THE RIGHT THERAPHY YOU CAN RECOVER, I HAVE BEEN SEEING THE SAME PHYCOLOGIST FOR OVER 5 YEARS AND WITHOUT HIM I WOULDN'T BE HERE TODAY. JUST KNOW YOU HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE BEHIND YOU <3 <3

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    BUFFALOGIRL01
    Apr 25, 2013

    AT LEAST SHE KNOWS THAT SHE HAS A PROLBEM AND IS TRYING TO HELP .lET'S GIVE HER SOM PRIVACY.

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