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Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up


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Selma Blair has performed many roles: Ingenue in Merciless Intentions. Preppy ice queen in Legally Blonde. Muse to Karl Lagerfeld. Advocate for the a number of sclerosis neighborhood. However earlier than all of that, Selma was identified finest as…a imply child. In a memoir that’s as wildly humorous as it’s emotionally shattering, Blair tells the charming story of rising up and discovering her fact.              “Blair is a insurgent, an artist, and it seems: a author.” —Glennon Doyle, Author of the #1 New York Occasions Bestseller Untamed and Founding father of Collectively RisingThe first story Selma Blair Beitner ever heard about herself is that she was a imply, imply child. Along with her mouth pulled in a perpetual snarl and a head so furry it needed to be rubbed to make approach for her brow, Selma spent years residing as much as her horrible repute: biting her sisters, mendacity spontaneously, getting drunk from Passover wine on the age of seven, and behaving dramatically in order that she can be the focus.Though Selma went on to turn out to be a celebrated Hollywood actress and mannequin, she might by no means fairly shake the durations of darkness that overtook her, the knowledge that there was an awesome thriller on the coronary heart of her life. She usually felt like her arms may be on hearth, a sensation not not like electrical shocks, and she or he secretly drank to flee.Over the course of this stunning and, at occasions, devasting memoir, Selma lays naked her habit to alcohol, her devotion to her sensible and complex mom, and the moments she flirted with demise. There’s brutal violence, passionate love, true friendship, the present of motherhood, and, lastly, the stunning salvation of a a number of sclerosis analysis.In a voice that’s powerfully unique, fiercely clever, and filled with hard-won knowledge, Selma Blair’s Imply Child is a deeply human memoir and a real literary achievement.