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I'm Glad My Mom Died

in: Memoirs

The memoir details the author's experiences growing up as a child actor, including the pressures of fame and her complex relationship with her mother, who was both overbearing and abusive. It explores her journey through eating disorders, addiction, and personal loss, leading to her eventual healing and emancipation from her mother's control.

Key points:

1. Toxic Parenting: McCurdy discusses the damaging relationship with her mother, who forced her into acting and controlled her life.

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