Ordinarily, finishing a task quickly is a good thing, but when it comes to rehab, early definitely does not equate to better, at least in the eyes of most experts. As a seasoned rehab veteran, however, Brooke Mueller apparently has a different take. After just six days inside a professional facility, Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife officially checked out over the weekend.

According to TMZ, Brooke’s primary goal this time around was to get off Adderall. During her six days inside, all of the toxins should have left her body. The real question now is whether she’ll be able to avoid the temptation to use again. That’s primarily what the extra time in rehab is typically used for. By talking out feelings and gaining an appreciation for why the user decided to abuse in the first place, it can help the person make better decisions in the long run.

Mueller’s children are reportedly back in her custody, though it’s unclear whether their nanny has rejoined the family unit. She called Brooke’s mom when she was unable to wake her, and rumor has it that decision led to her firing and friction with Sheen who disagreed with her employment ending.

Regardless, Pop Blend’s thoughts go out to Brooke as she’s recovering at home. Hopefully, her nineteen stay in rehab will turn out to be the last time she ever needs help for substance abuse.

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