Friday, May 4, 2012

Lipstick to Liquor



I am so proud to be part of this documentary. It breaks my heart that an amazing women had to lose her life, but I pray that Lipstick to Liquor opens the minds and hearts of many.

8 comments:

  1. Emily,

    This documentary looks great ... thanks for posting this. Has it aired yet? Or do you know when/where it will be airing?

    Thanks, Mary

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  2. I'm interested in knowing when this will be released as well. The website doesn't list any info.

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  3. Nothing was beautiful about julie. She spent time in prison, was a horrible home wrecker who shattered the lives of many people by her extramarital affair. Shame on anyone who glorifies her.Does an amazing woman bleed on children from ETOH overdose and have seizures that terrify them.

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  4. Watching the documentary now and just finished your segment. Kudos to you for turning your situation around and thank you for your candor. You're an inspiration!

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  6. watching you now and u are giving me hope. I can't tell you thank you enough for telling your honest and amazing revelations. XO Bless you. LC

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  7. Just saw the documentary. Thanks you.

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  8. Why am I not surprised at the post above on "February 16, 2013 at 4:53 PM" is from Anonymous? This type of attitude is what keeps this disease hidden from the public who might be able to help. I'm sure this 'poster' is perfect and does not have any flaws like the majority of human beings. Very judgy, try some compassion and walk in someone else's shoes. How sad. Excellent movie.

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