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Celebrity Eating Disorders: "Daniel Johns"
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Daniel Johns:
In mid-2004, Daniel Johns interviewed on ABC Television and talked about his struggles with anorexia. After finally winning the battle with anorexia, Daniel Johns had also had to fight arthritis only 2 years later.
From My Website Dedicated To: Teen Empowerment: Anorexia-Depression-Obesity-Body Image-Weight Loss-Diet.

The "Illusion" Teen Anorexia-Eating Disorders-Depression:

Tollie Schmidt lived his life as the fat kid. His weight reached over 500 pounds. Losing over 300 pounds of fat, Tollie struggled with bulimia and became a personal trainer. Today, Tollie's a highly sought after International Speaker, Author, Producer and Dreamer. Today our Youth have a voice for change.
(Empowering Greatness for a Dream-Infused Life).
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"Celebrity Detox"
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Love her or hate her, there is no denying that there is no false anything about Rosie. This book deals with the issues that accompany the heady drug of "celebity." It also documents her year on "The View" (minus the Hasselback brouhaha, which is not discussed). It becomes quickly apparently that Rosie walks that fine line between fat, poor kid from the Bronx and wealthy multi megastar. She agonizes over it throughout the book--and it's an excellent background into which to put all stars who make it big. In fact, as I was finishing it, I was watching a "Biography" special on Kelsey Grammer, where those interviewed were talking about his being shoved into the spotlight, becoming a megastar and being unable to handle that fame (witness Brittney Spears and all the other youngsters in the headlines these days). This book is raw truth on one level and a love letter to Barbara Walters, whom Rosie sees as somewhat of a substitute for the mother she lost at age 10, whose death she has never quite gotten over (as if any of us ever "get over" loss at any age). This won't be everybody's cup of tea, but I loved it.

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