Is It Just Me Or Are All Celebrities Crazy?: A Top Psychoanalyst Explores the Minds of Britain's Best-Loved Stars
They are beautiful, successful, rich, they lead lives most people only dream of, and they often seem perfect. So with the world at their fingertips, whynbsp;do celebrities' personalnbsp;livesnbsp;often seem such a mess? In this controversial and groundbreaking book, top celebrity psychoanalyst Rita Wright has taken 10 of today's most famous individuals and examined the details of their lives and personalities to paint a series of fascinating profiles. Secretsnbsp;are revealed aboutnbsp;Kate Moss, Robbie Williams, and others as this book uncovers the true personalities and the disorders behind the public faces. This essential guide to the madness of fame explains the dual nature of celebrity status, and how the blessing of fame can turn into a curse.
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