Split Personality

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Split Personality

Split Personality

The Story of Pink

  • Author: Paul Lester
  • Publisher: Music Sales Group
  • ISBN: 1849380600
  • Category: Music
  • Page: 150
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Muzikale biografie van de Amerikaanse popzangeres (geb. 1979).

Split Personality

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Split Personality

Split Personality

The Story of Pink

  • Author: Paul Lester
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781846930607
  • Category: Rock musicians
  • Page: 150
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Paul Lester traces the extraordinary career of Alicia Beth Moore from Pennsylvania through her stint in the girl group Choice to her present incarnation as global superstar Pink. Looks at her controversial marriage to motocross racer Corey Hart and her triumphant return to peak form with 2008's Funhouse album.

Split Personality: Pink

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Split Personality: Pink

Split Personality: Pink

  • Author: Paul Lester
  • Publisher: Omnibus Press
  • ISBN: 0857129988
  • Category: Music
  • Page: 176
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An updated edition of the bestselling biography to include details of her sixth studio album The Truth About Love which was a worldwide number one hit and the birth of her first child in 2011. Paul Lester traces the extraordinary career of Alicia Beth Moore from Pennsylvania through her stint in the girl group Choice to her present incarnation as global superstar Pink. Split Personality reveals the two sides of this complex artist: the feisty fun-filled performer who at thirty continues to conquer in a teen-dominated industry and the conflicted woman whose dark urges have fuelled her deceptively upbeat glossy brand of hi-tech pop. This is a pop biography that makes for a truly exciting read that's worthy of it's electrifying subject!

Pink:

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Pink:

Pink:

Pop Singer & Songwriter

  • Author: Rebecca Rowell
  • Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company
  • ISBN: 1629680249
  • Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Page: 112
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This title examines the fascinating life of Pink. Readers will learn about PinkÍs childhood, family, education, and rise to fame. Colorful graphics, oversize photos, and informative sidebars accompany easy-to-read, compelling text that explores PinkÍs early interest and talent in music that led to the release of CanÍt Take Me Home, M!ssundaztood, Try This, IÍm Not Dead, Funhouse, Greatest Hits . . . So Far!!!, and The Truth About Love. PinkÍs Grammy Awards, tours, film appearances, and philanthropy are also discussed. Features include a table of contents, glossary, selected bibliography, Web links, source notes, and an index, plus a timeline and fun facts. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Essential Library is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.

Split

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Split

Split

  • Author: Abby Misura
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1462807240
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 90
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Erin never thought life could get any harder, being in eighth grade. She tried to convince her mom she had a split personality, but her mom denied it all. The meanest of friends are in her life, and she thought that would cause her to have another personality. Her crush, Tommy, never really noticed her before, not until the real personality did came along just when Erin was beginning to think she may just be an average teenage girl. Anne was strong, loud, and opposite of Erin. She wasnt afraid to do or say what was on her mind. Erin noticed things happening to her life she didnt understand. She blacked out a lot, and people told her thinkgs she couldnt remember doing. Erin actually found herself becoming closer to Tommy, and although she didnt understand why, she could care less. Erins friends were vanishing before her very eyes as well. She could feel the tension around them, and learned she wasnt friends with them anymore. The only one who stuck around with her was Tyler, who was trying to figure out what happened to Erin. When the truth was revealed, Erin went into shock and hid her face from the world. Only Tommy and Anne could bring her back if that was even possible. The thing Erin knew was that she was right. Erin always had to be right, and no matter what, she knew her mom had been wrong all along. She did have a split personality, but her greatest challenge is getting over her shyness, her abusive friends, and life as she knew it. Writing this story took about a year, maybe a little longer than that, because I took a break from writing it. It was fun to write though, because it relates to what my life was almost like in eighth grade. Of course, none of that actually happened to me or anyone else. The character, Erin, is based off of myself though, shy, quiet to some people, having a crush on someone. Anne is just a cool girl anyone would love to meet, as long as they arent on her bad side. She could beat nearly anyone up, although it wouldnt seem like it at first glance. Erin is just invisible to others, not really seen until Anne showed up. When Anne would tell people to call her Anne, it was obvious for someone to be confused or freaked out that she was going off another name other than Erin, because they thought it was Erin. Tommy is just a cute boy in Erins eyes, that has had a crush on her for a while. He never noticed her much until well, until Anne showed up! When he heard about what she did to Heidi, and how she back-stabbed her and the others, he didnt think they were talking about the same person. Thats how unbelievable it was that Erin and Anne were the same person in a way. I liked Tyler the most, because she resembles one of my friends, shes smart, and almost just like the character. In the story Tyler and Erin seem closer than everyone else, but it isnt really like that for my friend and me. This story came into my mind after I learned that a split personality isnt just something you read in a fantasy book, but its a real mental issue in the world. I found it interesting and so I decided to write about a girl who has problems at home, but mostly a problem with her harsh friends. Anne is just the personality that made her who she finally is, and wanted to be. This is something written for any modern day person who understands, or wants to understand, what its like to be alone in the world, and soon find what you need to pick yourself up and move on. I know there is many people out there who knows what its like to be alone, and have no friends, and I really want this story to get those people to be positive and keep moving forward, and never give up. Or for anyone who can relate in any way to this story I guess, then I hope they really enjoy it. A story where a girl faces what she knew all along to be a split personality, but was ignored her request of friendship and knowledge. A sort of romance, of some kind, where the two are pushed together by a third person, and e

The Collected Stories of Ben Hecht

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The Collected Stories of Ben Hecht

The Collected Stories of Ben Hecht

  • Author: Ben Hecht
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category:
  • Page: 517
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Queen's Quorum

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Queen's Quorum

Queen's Quorum

A History of the Detective-crime Short Story as Revealed in the 106 Most Important Books Published in this Field Since 1845

  • Author: Ellery Queen
  • Publisher: Biblo & Tannen Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780819602299
  • Category: Reference
  • Page: 146
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Women and Borderline Personality Disorder

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Women and Borderline Personality Disorder

Women and Borderline Personality Disorder

Symptoms and Stories

  • Author: Janet Wirth-Cauchon
  • Publisher: Rutgers University Press
  • ISBN: 9780813528915
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 235
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"A superb, up-to-date feminist analysis of the borderline condition. . . . Characterized by stereotypically feminine qualities, such as poor interpersonal boundaries and an unstable sense of self, borderline diagnosis has been questioned by many as a veiled replacement of the hysteria diagnosis. . . . Wirth-Cauchon includes narratives from women exhibiting the theoretical underpinnings of the borderline diagnosis. . . . The author is rigorous in her analysis, and mainstream academics and diagnosticians should take note lest they create yet another label that disregards the contradictory and conflicting expectations experienced by so many women. Includes an excellent bibliography and a wealth of good reference. Highly recommended."-Choice "This book contributes to a rich, feminist interdisciplinary theoretical understanding of women's psychological distress, and represents an excellent companion volume to Dana Becker's book titled Through the Looking Glass."-Psychology of Women Quarterly "Wonderfully written. . . . [The] argument proceeds with an impeccable and transparent logic, the writing is sophisticated, evocative, even inspired. This work should have enormous appeal."- Kenneth Gergen, author of Realities and Relationships "Impressive in its synthesis of many different ideas . . . both clinicians and people diagnosed with BPD may find much of value in Wirth-Cauchon's thoughtful and provoking analysis."-Metapsychology At the beginning of the twentieth century, "hysteria" as a medical or psychiatric diagnosis was primarily applied to women. In fact, the term itself comes from the Greek, meaning "wandering womb." We have since learned that this diagnosis had evolved from certain assumptions about women's social roles and mental characteristics, and is no longer in use. The modern equivalent of hysteria, however, may be borderline personality disorder, defined as "a pervasive pattern of instability of self-image, interpersonal relationships, and mood, beginning in early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts." This diagnosis is applied to women so much more often than to men that feminists have begun to raise important questions about the social, cultural, and even the medical assumptions underlying this "illness." Women are said to be "unstable" when they may be trying to reconcile often contradictory and conflicting social expectations. In Women and Borderline Personality Disorder, Janet Wirth-Cauchon presents a feminist cultural analysis of the notions of "unstable" selfhood found in case narratives of women diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. This exploration of contemporary post-Freudian psychoanalytic notions of the self as they apply to women's identity conflicts is an important contribution to the literature on social constructions of mental illness in women and feminist critiques of psychiatry in general. Janet Wirth-Cauchon is an associate professor of sociology at Drake University.

The Hollywood musical

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The Hollywood musical

The Hollywood musical

  • Author: John Russell Taylor,Arthur Jackson
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: History
  • Page: 278
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In addition to a survey of the Hollywood musical's development, the authors provide an index to the major personalities and films which have contributed to this medium of entertainment.