Michael and Dina are at war, and Lindsay’s counselors at Betty Ford are concerned the conflict is an impediment to the rehab process. Betty Ford can’t get Dina and Michael to work as a family unit, so Lindsay has resorted to a clever, bedazzled trick — jewelry.
We’re told Lindsay decided to purchase “anchor” chains for her dad, sister Ali and her brother Michael Jr. … to represent how they are all anchors in her life. Dina, Cody and Lindsay already have the chain.
Lindsay believes the symbolic gesture can actually open the door to some semblance of family unity … which counselors think could help her in rehab.
Lindsay told Michael about her plan when he visited her this weekend, and it moved him enough to go out and buy the anchors himself, which Lindsay will give to the rest of the family.
Michael shipped the anchors to Lindsay, and she plans to give them to Michael Jr. and Ali when they visit her next weekend.
We’re told counselors have a clear goal — getting the entire family in the same room.
Anything is possible … well, almost anything.