By S. Mark Young, Drew Pinsky
The face of leisure has replaced considerably over the past decade—and dangerously so. Stars like Britney, Paris, Lindsay, Amy Winehouse—and their media enablers—have altered what we ponder "normal" habit. in response to dependancy professional Dr. Drew Pinsky and company and leisure specialist Dr. S. Mark younger, a excessive percentage of celebrities be afflicted by characteristics linked to scientific narcissism—vanity, exhibitionism, entitlement, exploitativeness—and the remainder of us, specially teens, are mirroring what we witness nightly on our television and machine monitors.
A provocative, eye-opening examine, The reflect Effect sounds a well timed caution, elevating vital questions on our altering culture—and presents insights for fogeys, children, and a person who wonders what the cult of big name is absolutely doing to America.
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A provocative, eye-opening learn, The replicate impact sounds a well timed caution, elevating very important questions about our altering culture—and offers insights for folks, youngsters, and an individual who wonders what the cult of famous person is admittedly doing to America.
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Miley herself issued a statement apologizing for the incident. “I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be ‘artistic’ and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed. I never intended for any of this to happen and I apologize to my fans who I care so deeply about,” she said at the time. Critics painted Cyrus and her parents as seizing an opportunity to boost her proﬁle and tweak her image as an innocent girl, and accused the magazine of exploiting America’s tween sweetheart in a bid to sell magazines.
They expect stars to discuss their relationships and talk about past abuse and bad childhoods and yet make no attempt to give readers a way to understand the import of these stories. They focus on celebrities’ insecurities about their weight and their looks. And, as readers, we’re gradually seduced into believing that being entertained by the real struggles of troubled individuals is harmless fun. At the time we wrote this book, Nicole Richie had reinvented herself, leaving behind her life as a party girl and tabloid favorite for the role of new mother.
She had admitted to smoking marijuana at age thirteen, and says she was injecting heroin by age nineteen. Her bad-girl reputation was solidiﬁed by a series of arrests and drug-related incidents. In 2003, she was arrested for DUI and charged with possession of heroin, while driving with a suspended license. In late 2006, she was arrested for driving the wrong way down an LA freeway, and received her second DUI when she failed a ﬁeld sobriety test, admitting to using marijuana and Vicodin before the incident.
The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism Is Endangering Our Families--and How to Save Them by S. Mark Young, Drew Pinsky