Hollywood Steps 101: My Prescriptions for Dealing with Addiction, Depression, Ocd, Bi-Polar Disorder and Anxiety.

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iUniverse, Sep 6, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 116 pages
Even though Jonathan Sheinberg possessed a larger-than-life personality, he battled dyslexia, addictions, and bipolarity for years. While a husband and a father of three children, Sheinberg suffered deep depression and chaos. He turned to drugs and gambling in order to cope with his constant uncertainty and inner numbness.

But with the proper diagnosis, Sheinberg was able to turn his life around. He discovered how to transform his hyperactivity into peace and his impulsivity and grandiosity into a healthy way of life. Hollywood Steps 101 explains Sheinberg's journey and methods of dealing with his anxiety through concepts such as "the channel of discipline" and "staying in the present."

Demystifying the process of addiction and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) by delving into one person's account of suffering and self-evaluation, Hollywood Steps 101 provides a fountain of knowledge on how to change and how to gather the courage to do so.

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About the author (2006)

In 1989, Jonathan Sheinberg became the Senior Vice-President of Production for Orion Pictures and was responsible for such movies as DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, COLORS, THROW MOMMA FROM THE TRAIN, ROBOCOP, DANCES WITH WOLVES and later produced HARD TO KILL with Steven Seagal and PASSENGER 57 with Wesley Snipes. He is currently a partner in The Bubble Factory and Machine Management LLC, having produced films with Bette Midler, Tim Allen, Tom Arnold, Elijah Wood, Martin Short and John Leguizamo. He has also produced reality programming for E! Entertainment.

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