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Fatal distraction, or, How I conquered my addiction to celebrities and got a life

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        PublishersThomas Dunne Books
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        LC Classifications2004
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        Paginationxvi, 108 p. :
        Number of Pages91
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        ISBN 100312312946
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That's right, just like any other addiction, celebraholism cannot be cured, only controlled. " Pauley, 60, was diagnosed with in 2001 and wrote about her experience in her 2004 memoir, "Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue. Mariah Fredericks published her first young adult novel in 2003.

Fredericks's send-up of our obsession with celebrities is hilarious and dead-on. "I know how important good care can be because I personally benefited from it," wrote Gore, the now-estranged wife of Al Gore, in a 1999 How I conquered my addiction to celebrities and got a life Today.

In spite of all rational, adult thought processes to persuade you to the contrary, you feel you have no life because it's not played out on the pages of a magazine or on film. The word overexposed means nothing to you. The counseling was likely meant to be preventive: William's mother, Diana, after all, had experienced loneliness and depression in her role as a prince's wife.

Fatal Distraction: Or How I Conquered My Addiction to Celebrities and Got a Life by Emmi Fredericks

You sneak a look to see if the difference shows. By Corinne Militello '98 The novels we read as children and in our teenage years contained some of the most memorable and influential tales and characters we will ever know. Her young-adult novel, The True Meaning of Cleavage, was published in 2003, but it has no famous people in it.

The fact is, celebraholics are not happy people.

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She is losing friends because no one wants to listen to her drone on about people she does not know, she has no love life, she is not famous herself, and she is nearing thirty with an unsatisfying job. You know that the good life is out there and you know it ain't yours.

It's okay if the idea still causes you pain.