In his memoir, Matthew Perry candidly shares his decades-long battle with addiction to alcohol and painkillers that nearly killed him despite his TV success, fragile ego, and toxic relationships.
|PDF Title||Friends Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing|
|File Size||3 MB|
- Matthew Perry, who became famous for his role as Chandler Bing in the TV show Friends, opens up about his alcoholism and addiction to painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin.
- He talks about his journey to fame and how it affected his life. At the height of Friends’ success, the cast members were earning millions of dollars per episode.
- Perry shares his experiences of spending more than half of his life in rehab and treatment centers, detoxing more than 65 times, and spending over $9 million trying to get sober.
- The book explores the physical and emotional toll of Perry’s addictions, including suffering from pancreatitis and having his colon explode, which nearly killed him.
- Despite the fame and success, Perry reflects on the fragility of his ego, self-hatred, and early cravings for validation. He also discusses his relationships, including his toxic habit of dumping women to avoid being dumped himself.
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