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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do I fight a romance addiction?

This may seem like a cheesy question, but I know there is no such thing as “Romantics Anonymous”, so does anyone know any good resources out there for dealing with a romance addiction. By romance addiction, I mean somebody who is in love with falling in love and has similar side effects to a drinking problem. Thank you for your help!
Thanks everyone for your answers. They’re all pretty good.

Answer by Pegasus90
Yeah, this may sound like a really cheesy answer, but my readings about blood sugar imbalances indicate that many addictions or compulsions may be the result of the body not having enough blood sugar in the blood stream at times. The addiction gets one excited, which stimulates the release of sugar.

Check out the symptoms link at and see if you have any other symptoms of low blood sugar, too.

Answer by crazynays
Hey I don’t think you or your question is cheesy. If you stop and think about it, we girls HAVE been raised on Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella,etc.,etc., so it only bodes well that we would have the “glass slipper syndrome” and yearn unrealistically for our prince-charmings….it’s what we were fed to believe! Walt Disney sure didn’t take that into consideration did he? And ofcourse romance is always well, more romantic when we are dreaming it up versus REAL life…huh?

Answer by Just Q
Realize that falling in love is not going to fix the problems that one is experiencing.
I am a recovering alcoholic myself and through AA I began to realize that not only was I looking for alcohol to “fix” me but I was looking for a man to “fix” me and in doing so I was always picking the wrong person.
Today because of what I have come to find out about myself through AA I am looking at men in a different light.
Today I know that I don’t have be on someone’s arm to be a person myself.
Try working a 12 program and substitute the word man/woman for alcohol.

Answer by efilnekcufecin
I know what you mean, I’m suffering too. Just be strong and be patient, someone is out there for you to give all your love to.

Answer by crud
Chemicals released in the brain that give you that euphoric feeling like puppy love and butterflies. Some who are intimate can become addicted this way too. So, it’s all in your head not in your heart. Many people lose that loving feeling after awhile with others and are always looking for their new love fix. I would ask your doctor or see a therapist about meds to bring you in balance. Sometimes it just takes time and reality to set in.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What exactly does a publisher do?

I love to read and i hear that a publisher decides whether or not to publish book. I would really like to know more about what thy do and what is their salary?

Answer by Brésil-Québéc Quebec-Brasil

The term “publishing,” like “editor,” gestures at so many activities that it’s not surprising if writers aren’t clear just what a publishing company actually does.

There are all kinds of publishers. Most deal in hard copy. Anything printed and disseminated can be described as a publication—a mimeograph handout, a 500,000-copy-a-month magazine, a scholarly journal, a book. Anyone who produces any of these might describe himself as a publisher. Today you can self-publish. In fact, you always could. In the 1620s Johannes Kepler not only printed his own work, he disguised himself as a peddler and traveled to the Frankfurt Book Fair to sell it. Four centuries later you can disguise yourself electronically and publish online. Inside Higher Ed, Slate, and Postmodern Culture are online publications. The Chronicle of Higher Education and the New York Times provide abbreviated versions of their texts online, with more extensive resources deeper into the Web sites. The great scholarly publishers offer an increasingly sophisticated array of electronic “product,” a term so complex it earns the right to be a singular rather than a plural. Yet despite the expansion of the electronic universe, academic publishing is still in many important ways solidly connected to the world Gutenberg made: books printed on paper and bound for repeated readings. The book is the form in which we scholars tell our stories to one another. Articles do other things: test-drive a portion of a book’s ambitious project, or deliver cold, hard data. Even when a publisher offers the choice of a physical or electronic edition of a work, or supplements a physical book with electronic ancillaries, or produces a physical book only on demand, it is the form of the book, that precious thought thought-skeleton, that holds a project together.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do u become an actress at age 11?

I have always wanted to be an actress but i didn’t know how! I LOVE ACTING and i want to do it for my career! Plz give me a good answer, anything, i am willing to do ANYTHING to become an actress!

Answer by Tia Remillard
Take classes and audition for roles in plays, for movies or tv shows, etc

Answer by Felicia Moore
omg me too! except I’m 14. lol! um, get a camera, record yourself acting out a monolouge and post it on things like “youtube, facebook, myspace, etc…)

audition for plays and movies that are for kids your age. If there’s a theater teacher at your school talk with them, see how everything works out.

get your parents permission first!
good luck to you and me both kid! hope this helped.

Answer by Gabriele, Mermaid, Gabriele Gorney, Jazmine, Gorney
Hi there,

I’m 13 and I’m an actress, first what you need to do is find a good acting school or just be in plays then ask the teachers if theres a good acting theatre that they know of after acting for at least a year find a good agent or maybe your Mom or Dad could be your agent they will help you find good movies or shows to be in. but that may be to long to wait for you to be an actress so look up acting get books from the library and read up find all the stuff you need to know and the most important thing ever NEVER GIVE UP no matter what anyone thinks or says never give up that’s the key 🙂 i hope this helped you and i hope you live your dream fare well.

Gabriele <3

Answer by R K
at 11 your parents have to take care of this. you will need one of them to commit to doing this with you, before you can do anything. they will need to support you in this and get you where there are opportunities for training and to get experience and work. take drama classes and do school plays if you can. take film acting classes to start. when you know how to audition for things, look for community theater and student and ind. film auditions. their open calls your parents can get you on.
for any auditions of a commercial nature your parents will need to get you an agent, and get you to where those auditions are held.

Answer by diamondgirl428
I hope you really love acting because you’re gonna be at it for a while … Anyways, start with taking good acting classes. Then get experience. You can get experience by doing muscials, theatre, and plays at your school. Then creat a resume. This will list the things that you have done involving acting. This is where you will list your personal information, your skills, your experience, and more. You can look up the professional set-up for a resume on Google. On the side, you can attend acting workshops. This can’t go on your resume, but it will help you personally to know more about the business and how hard it is to make a living out of this lucrative industry. Bring a parrent with you because I am sure they would like to know the responsibilities they have for you in this industry because you are younger then 18. Once you’ve gathering information from workshops and research, and have a full, impressive resume, it is time to get headshots, which are pictures of you that are basically your business card in the industry. Your headshot will determine basically where you are headed for in this industry. To get headshots, contact and meet with a numerous number of photographers in your area (and yes this part will cost $ $ ). Get to know them and check out their work. Choose your favourite and make sure that they know what they are doing and what is best for your appearance. They usually have hair and make-up services so paying foor that would be a plus because they would know what looks best in certain lights and stuff like that. Know that you have gotten a good resume and good headshots, it is time to look at talent agencies in your area. You can do this by Googling talent agencies in your area, wherever you live or plan to do acting work. You can email them and attach your resume and headshot to the email, seeking representation. You could also snail mail your resume and headshot with a cover letter, explaining your desire to be signed with them. Or you could call them and ask for an appointment time, which will be your chance to present yourself and show off your resume and headshot. These are all good ideas. Remember, any agency that asks for upfront money is scam! Walk away as soon as you can. Then next step is waiting for a reply from the agencies. This could take months so be patient. Hopefully, you will get a call and they would like to represent you. Then you’ve got your foot in the door. Now just wait for them to get you auditions. Good luck and don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do it. Follow your dreams, otherwise, when you are an adult, it will come back to haunt you. I’m not even joking with this one though! 🙂

Answer by TruthTeller59

I’m an LA Actor giving you the REAL DEAL!

Here’s the cliffsnotes version of what you can do to do to get into acting and eventually get an agent:


READ (check Samuel French, libraries, and bookstores):

*=Highly recommend

Acting business:
*Acting is Everything: Gold Edition-Judy Kerr
*How to Be a Working Actor-Mari Lyn Henry and Lynne Rogers
*Self Management for Actors-Bonnie Gillespie
-How to Get Arrested-J. Wallach Michael and Paul Thurwachter
*An Agent Tells All-Tony Martinez
-How To Book Acting Jobs in TV and Film-Cathy Reinking
-One Less Bitter Actor: The Actor’s Survival Guide-Markus Flanagan
-So You Want to Be in Showbusiness?- Steve R. Stevens
-Acting Truths and Lies (purchased at

*Book the Job-Doug Warhit
*Intent to Live-Larry Moss
-Acting for the Camera-Tony Barr
-Acting in Film-Michael Caine
-Acting Class: Take a Seat-Milton Katselas

Method Acting:
*Art of Acting-Stella Adler
-Sanford Meisner on Acting-Sanford Meisner
-A Dream of Passion-Lee Strasberg
*Actor’s Art and Craft-William Esper
-The Power of the Actor-Ivanna Chubbuck
-No Acting Please-Eric Morris
-Respect for Acting-Uta Hagen
-Challenge to the Actor-Uta Hagen
-You Can Act!-D.W. Brown
-Strasberg’s Method-Lorrie Hull

*8 Characters of Comedy-Scott Sedita
-The Sitcom Career Book-Mary Lou Belli

-Anything by Viola Spolin
-Steve Book on Acting: Improv
-Improvise: Scene from the Inside Out-Mick Napier

Auditioning/Cold Reading:
*How to Get the Part Without Falling Apart-Margie Haber
*Audition-Michael Shurtleff
*The 15 Guideline Map to Booking-Amy Lyndon
-Secrets to Successful Cold Readings-Glenn Alterman


Regardless of how “naturally talented” you might be, you NEED training, PERIOD!

Definitely take classes in:
-Cold Reading/Auditioning
-Scene study

3. Get GREAT headshots

Here’s is a good place to start:

4. Build Your Resume and Reel Doing Student films and Indie Films. Also do plays to build your acting experience.

Sample Resume:

How to make an ACTING resume:

The ONLY LEGIT Online sites that you can find jobs on your own through:

Free but proceed with caution:

5. Get an Agent

Look up LEGIT agencies here:

To get an agent, you need to get GREAT headshots, a good resume, and training from the best. These are enough to get you a commercial agent at least. Getting a GOOD theatrical agent (Film/tv) takes longer. Most good theatrical agents won’t see you unless you’re SAG, have a polished resume, and a demo reel. Commercial agents are more lenient about that. What the best Commercial agents want to see on your resume are good commercial classes, improv, and cold reading.

You can get an agent multiple ways. Here are a few common ways:
-Mail in an unsealed manilla envelope with a CONCISE coverletter and headshot with the resume stapled on the back. If you have a demoreel include that too.
-Attend a showcase and impress them. By showcase I do not mean scammy conventions like IMTA, IPOP, Proscout, or Best New Talent. I mean legit ones like at Actor Connection, Reel pros, Network Studios, etc.
-Get a referral from a friend who is with the agency that you’re interested in

-Email them unless they tell you to. IT’S UNPROFESSIONAL!
-Call unless they tell you to. ALSO UNPROFESSIONAL!
-Walk in and ask for a meeting. UNPROFESSIONAL THREE!
-Sign with them if they ask for upfront money, make you take new photos with THEIR photographer, or take THEIR classes. Agent’s ONLY make money when you do. Agents usually make 10% on film/tv and commercials and 20% on commercial print

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