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  • Author:
    Suzanne Somers
  • ISBN:
    0446513954
  • ISBN13:
    978-0446513951
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  • Publisher:
    Grand Central Pub; First Edition edition (February 1, 1988)
  • Pages:
    297 pages
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In this portrait of life with an alcoholic, the celebrated actress discusses growing up with an alcoholic father, how her siblings fell victim to alcoholism, and how her family obtained help through therapy.

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From superstar Suzanne Somers comes the much-talked-about, painfully honest account of her life in an alcoholic family and the difficult road to recovery. Although a book about pain and struggle, Keeping Secrets is also an inspiring personal story in which Suzanne Somers shares her family's ultimate triumph over the disease. HC: Warner. (Nonfiction)

Felhann
This memoir was much darker than I'd anticipated. Actually, I didn't expect anything like it. Suzanne's father (born to Irish immigrant parents) and all three of her siblings are recovering alcoholics, or were before the book was published in early 1988. Her father's side has quite a few in the family.

Her father was an angry, verbally abusive foulmouthed man who was never not drinking. The house was constantly filled with chaos and there was some violence. The father was assaulted by three of the children at different times when they were teenagers. Suzanne once hit him in the head with a tennis racket when she was sixteen, resulting in a bloody head injury that required medical attention, her older sister kicked him in the ribs and broke them, and her younger brother broke his ribs too. Suzanne wet the bed until she was in her early teens, her younger brother did too, and Suzanne began having nightmares in first grade. She'd hide in her bedroom closet a lot too to get away from the yelling. Her mother stood by her man and allowed her four children to be raised up in a mess but Suzanne holds nothing against either parent.

Suzanne didn't have it easy in her early life and career. She comes from a religious Catholic family and went to Catholic schools. She got expelled from one when she was 14 because a snooping nun found in her locker a somewhat explicit poem she wrote about a boy she was interested in. She got pregnant when she was not quite 17 1/2, got married to the father, had the baby, Bruce Jr., in November 1964, one month after her 18th birthday, then began having an affair with a much older man (47). Her marriage ended a few years later and she began dating her current husband, Alan Hamel, even though he was married with two children. They married about nine years later, in 1977. Acting and modeling jobs were few and far between so she had major trouble paying bills and was even arrested for bouncing checks. She got pregnant by Alan shortly after and had an abortion and almost hemorrhaged to death in the days following. She shot nude test photos for possible publication in Playboy magazine but changed her mind about it and never signed the release. Playboy released the photos anyway years later after she became famous by being on Three's Company.

Sadly she didn't discuss the controversy surrounding her firing from Three's Company in 1980 but she may discuss it in her second memoir, 1998's After The Fall.

I think the book is well written, I loved it and have nothing bad to say about it.
Kale
An excellent book about living with an Alcoholic and the after affects that you carry on for the rest of your life.
Pipet
Best ever - cant stop reading it
Bedy
I had previously read this book and just wanted to have it for reference library. It is a great book, very informative!
Yar
I have read most of Suzanne's current books and loved each and every one. This is an old book and thought I would look at it since I am an adult child of an alcoholic family, also. This is a recommended read for anyone that knows or is part of a family with addictions. I could not put the book down. It served to help me understand my own family and to see this as the disease it is. For me, it gave a more constructive perspective on addiction.
Yozshujind
Suzanne Somers is such a courageous person for sharing this with the public. I loved this book even when I was crying and reading at the same time. Well worth it.
Konetav
This book was a pleasant surprise. Not only is it a hardback in excellent condition but also signed by the celebrity author. It deserves the 5-stars. I would purchase again from this seller.
I CAN,T REALLY RATE THIS AS IT WAS A GIFT FOR A FRIEND.... but, i have read this book in the past,,, and i can say YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PUT THIS BOOK DOWN....