The only child of Grease sensation Olivia Newton-John credits her martial arts instructor fiance James Driskill for much of her recovery over the years, telling FOX411 that he 'had a lot to do with helping me get through it.'The 29-year-old, who also has a history with cocaine and alcohol abuse, was admitted for treatment for her eating disorder at age 18 and now hopes that her story can help other young people fighting similar battles.Her famous mother has also offered an incredible amount of support and the pair have regularly been seen attending media appearances together of late and even recently collaborated on a new dance song.Sure, the former is regularly utilised as a battering ram while the latter slaloms through opposition defences at will, but equally, Henshaw regularly shows dextrous touches when offloading while his partner has a magnificent sense of when the best time is to shoot out of a defensive line and level an opponent to stymie an attack.There's no better man to appraise the attributes of Ireland's in-form midfield than Brian O'Driscoll, and interestingly, the Lions legend thinks that despite making the 12 jersey his own, Henshaw can offer Warren Gatland plenty more on this summer's tour to New Zealand.That's why he believes it's important not to have "the talk", but instead have ongoing "talks"."The weirdest, worst thing you can do with your kid" is sit him or her down and just have one "awkward, intense, overwhelming" conversation about sex, the pastor said in a recent blog post. " It's a bit of information over the course of time."At that age, when they're in school...it's all about appropriateness for where your child is at," he said.
You want to open up a safe conversation in which to communicate." Such conversations must begin when children are very small, with discussions about body parts, propriety, modesty, and privacy: "It's teaching them, 'Here are your body parts.' Go ahead and give them the actual, anatomical name so that..know what are private parts that are not to be shown or shared," Driscoll said.His story would have been shocking if white privilege didn’t exist. But because both realities exist, it’s just another sad page in the long book of Racist and Sexist American History and Politics.Christians are not innocent in this history of racism and sexism.Olivia was accused of being in denial of her teenage daughter's eating disorders as a teen, with Chloe telling Daily Mail back in November 2013 that it was 'very difficult for her.She'd never faced anything like that before and she didn't know how to deal with it.''It didn't help at all. But then I replaced one addiction with another.' More recently, Chloe's family and friends had a scare early last year after the singer shared a series of photos and a video of herself looking disoriented and dishevelled to social media before admitting she had 'p****d her sobriety away'.But even today, in a slightly more egalitarian society, white Christian males receive messages that slowly, over time, shore up male privilege and hyper-masculine identities.