Starving for Attention
A new '90s edition of O'Neill's bestselling book on her enslavement to anorexia nervosa, and her triumph over the affliction. The daughter of singer Pat Boone reveals how the pressures of trying to be the perfect celebrity daughter led her to desperate attempts at physical perfection, and how a psychatrist, her husband and family, and God helped her emerge victorious.
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