Marc Summer's "Everything In Its Place" is a good read and offers insight into the thought processes of a person suffering from cleanliness compulsions.
Marc Summer's "Everything In Its Place" is a good read and offers insight into the thought processes of a person suffering from cleanliness compulsions. If for no other reason, this book was helpful. Less convincing is his analysis of why people suffer from OCD.
Marc Summer's "Everything In Its Place" is a good read and offers insight into the thought processes of a. .
From the time he was in first grade, Mare Summers made sure everything in his world was perfect. His clothes hung exactly a quarter-inch apart in his closet-no more, no less. If he smudged his homework, even slightly, he would redo the assignment on a fresh sheet of paper. This was more than a desire to get things right. Summers believed that failure to perform these tasks meant something terrible would befall his parents or himself. Summers was also madly in love with television, equally as determined to be a television personality as he was to keep his room spotless.
Everything in Its Place book.
By marc summers with eric hollander, . I was booked, bounced, and rebooked nine times. Late-night talk show talent coordinators have a difficult job. Agents and publicists call them constantly, trying to get their clients an appearance. I didn't know the root cause, but I did know that being bounced time and again off The Tonight Show was making me nuts.
Redirected from Everything in Its Place). Marc Summers (born Marc Berkowitz; November 11, 1951) is an American television personality, comedian, game show host, producer, and talk show host. He is best known for hosting Double Dare for Nickelodeon, Unwrapped for Food Network, and recently he was Executive Producer for both Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible also for Food Network.
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Summers believes his considerable career success is tied to his OCD, since it was "a way for me to channel an aspect of my disease: my need to win, to be perfect, to be the best.
This is a great book. Marc Summers is one of the best gameshow hosts in the history of television
This is a great book. Marc Summers is one of the best gameshow hosts in the history of television. It is nice that he hasn't been "type-casted" and that he is and was able to do various hosting duties. The book does talk about his OCD and his career. I hope he returns to televsion, hopefully hosting Double Dare 2000.
The WHO classifies OCD as one of the top ten most disabling illnesses. According to Marc Summers’ book Everything In Its Place, doctors are better at treating cases of OCD, then they are with understanding it. 3 pages, 1098 words.
Author: Eric Hollander,Marc Summers
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Diane Pub Co (April 1, 1999)
Pages: 217 pages
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