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100 1  Bertinelli, Valerie,|d1960- 
245 10 Losing it:|band gaining my life back one pound at a time
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cValerie Bertinelli. 
250    Abridged. 
260    [United States] :|bSimon & Schuster Audio :|bMade 
       available through hoopla,|c2008. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (360 min.)) :|bdigital. 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Valerie Bertinelli. 
520    Valerie Bertinelli, then: bubbly sitcom star and America's
       Sweetheart turned tabloid headline and rock star wife. Now
       : actress, single working mother of teenage rock star, and
       weight-loss inspiration to millions. We all knew and loved
       Valerie Bertinelli years ago when she played girl-next-
       door cutie Barbara Cooper in the hit TV show One Day at a 
       Time, and then starred in numerous TV movies. From 
       wholesome primetime in America's living rooms, Valerie 
       moved to late nights with the hardest-partying band of the
       decadent eighties when she became, at twenty, wife to rock
       guitarist Eddie Van Halen. Losing It is Valerie's frank 
       account of her life backstage and in the spotlight. Here 
       are the ups and downs of teen stardom, of her complicated 
       marriage to a brilliant, tormented musical genius, and of 
       her very public struggle with her weight. Surprising, 
       uplifting, and empowering, Losing It takes you behind the 
       scenes of Valerie's acting career and marriage, recalling 
       the comforts, friendships, and problems of her television 
       family, her close relationships with her parents and 
       brothers, the stress and worries of being the wife of a 
       rock star, and the joys of motherhood. Like many women, 
       Valerie often remembers the state of her life by the food 
       she ate and the numbers on her scale. So despite her 
       celebrity, Valerie's voice is so down-to-earth, honest, 
       and appealing that you'll feel as if you're talking with a
       girlfriend over coffee. Funny and candid, Valerie recounts
       her attempts to maintain a healthy self-image while 
       dealing with social pressures to look and act a certain 
       way, and to overcome career insecurities and relationship 
       problems, all of which will be familiar to the hundreds of
       thousands of women who struggle every day with these same 
       issues. From marital turmoil to the joys of a new career, 
       from being named among Penthouse's ten sexiest women in 
       the world to overhearing whispers about her weight gain in
       the grocery store, this is Valerie's inspiring journey as 
       she finds new love, raises a terrific kid, and motivates 
       other women as a spokesperson for Jenny Craig. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
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650  0 Television actors and actresses|zUnited States|vBiography.
       |vSound recordings. 
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