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Being Gazza: Tackling My Demons

Hunter Davies

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Biography: sport, Autobiography: sport, Prose: non-fiction

For the very first time, explore the mind that has fascinated a nation

The nation has commented on and devoured Paul Gascoigne for years. But until now no one has ever known what it is really like to be Gazza. Here Gascoigne, in the company of his therapist, confronts his demons and takes the reader into the recesses of his mind. The triggers that plunged Gascoigne into dark despair are revealed together with the critical moments that influenced his alcoholism, depression, drug abuse, gambling, eating disorders and compulsive behaviour. This is more than the story of one man. It applies to people who face turmoil every day. Through self-assessment forms and expert advice, any reader who sees a mirror of themselves will be offered help and a way forward.

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Hunter Davies

Hunter Davies (ed.) is one of the most respected journalist, writer and Cumbrian living. He was the first, official biographer of The Beatles and has written on everything from football to The Lake District. He lives in both London and Cumbria.

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