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But in spite of the turmoil at home, Mackenzie found success onscreen, becoming famous at age fourteen for her role in the iconic film American Graffiti, which landed her a starring role as Julie Cooper on the hit sitcom One Day at a Time alongside America's sweetheart Valerie Bertinelli. Even though she seemed to have it all, Mackenzie couldn't escape the dark secrets and constant drug use at home and began to use herself. Her professional life suffered and she was written out of the show. For the next two decades she battled her drug addiction, going through rehab several times, and managing to stay clean for ten years, until Labor Day 2008, when she landed back in the tabloids for possession of cocaine and heroin at LAX. What led to her relapse is a shocking, life-long secret that she'll reveal in-depth for the first time here, in High on Arrival ..
Riveting, heart-wrenching, yet ultimately uplifting, Mackenzie's story is an all-too-real testament to the power of drugs—but it's also a story of courage, forgiveness, and true redemption. .
Despite spending weeks prior to this telling myself that I would most definitely catch up on all my work during recess week … it most certainly hasn’t happened. It’s already Thursday and I’ve barely touched my readings…… I’m still reviewing the first chapter of Company but okay I think I’ll finish that tonight (hopefully). Instead, I spent a large part of today reading and watching a great great movie. Putting it here so maybe one day when I re-read my blog posts I’ll remember that I’d watched this and watch it again. I also appreciated that the romance wasn’t exactly the central theme and that it came just at the right point, when I was already fully invested in the characters so it was a lot more meaningful. Ok I don’t think anyone cares about what I have to say about this film but WATCH IT. Also haven’t done any concrete DE-related work all week which makes me very very happy hahahahaha there are some decisions in life that I will always regret and I... There’s quite a bit that has made me very unhappy/ catalysed a lot of dark ugly things resurfacing that I thought I’d buried for good. Only Chan knows half of what it’s been like and hopefully I’ll be able to keep it that way till the end of my stint with DE. (Thank you Chan sorry Chan). Another reason why I’ve been especially liberal with my time this week is because I know that once school really starts proper I’ll be plunged into a lot more shit so gotta enjoy my break while it lasts ya. It doesn’t feel like Real Life now LOL I... One of the few things I have to look forward to and I’m throwing myself into it yay it’s gonna be a great trip (I hope. ) But at the same time it’s also reminded me of how I’m really very bad at delegating work / making people equally invested in something as I am. I know everyone has their own commitments/ lives so I don’t really know how much I’d expect them to... Also if I have to ask them about every single thing on the itinerary / get them to vote for everything it would be very tiring so I’m not sure… save me Chan. DFS actually asked me some time this week if I remember any instances of him taking initiative in JC and I honestly couldn’t give him any concrete ones because I realised I don’t remember all that much from JC. Which is sad because I always say... Source: i like cute socks very much
who adds that the twist-filled election will take up the first half of the season. The premiere will find President Dalton facing off against Governor Sam Evans (J.C. Mackenzie), who has a “sort of extreme point of view” that's on the opposite side
After a bombing at a political rally in Angola, Elizabeth must find a way to respond to a “dissent memo” from the Bureau of African Affairs when they criticize the
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