Skeleton in the Closet

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 24, 2010 - Fiction - 74 pages
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Advertising and publicity have proven to be extremely effective. Television ads glamorize and popularize rail-thin models and actresses. Images have a mesmerizing affective influence on our young teenagers and our self-images. The younger the age, the more influence and the more damage the advertising has on youngsters. Food becomes an object of evil that will make you ugly. The only way to be beautiful is to be skinny. Obsession becomes compulsion and then it's an addiction that completely takes over the person. Self-control is gone and the person becomes the subject of a monster, the desire to be a skeleton.
 

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Contents

Contents
11
The Bus Stop
15
The Phone Call
18
The Bus Ride
21
Cruel Intentions
25
The Transformation
28
The Confrontation
31
Pastor Bryants Study
35
Bobbis Sick Episodes
48
The Meltdown
51
The Trauma Unit
54
The Grime Consequences
59
Counseling and Therapy
62
Recovery Celebration
66
Bobbis Legacy
69
Bobbis Epitaph
71

Alerting Bobbi
38
Shaylas Crisis
41
Press Release
73
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