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Walk Like You've Got Somewhere to Go
Lucille O'Neal

From Mental Welfare to Mental Wealth

Thomas Nelson
April 2010
On Sale: March 30, 2010
256 pages
ISBN: 159555307X
EAN: 9781595553072
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Non-Fiction Memoir

Lucille O'Neal shares her public battles and personal struggles as a young, single mother of NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal.

Lucille O'Neal would one day have it all, but not before fighting the public battles and personal demons that would threaten to shatter the very foundation of her life while taking their devastating toll along the way.

Over the past 16 years, Lucille O'Neal has become one of the best-known mothers of a celebrity athlete. But behind the scenes, the mother of four has her own story, at once heartbreakingly familiar in its pain and yet wonderfully inspirational in its outcome.

In this memoir, O'Neal candidly describes the pain of being an outcast and the stigma of becoming an unwed, teenage mother. Most interestingly, she candidly shares another side of fame and fortune-a side rarely revealed or admitted in public: her unexpected feelings of anger and resentment towards her son's blinding success.

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Good Morning America - March 29, 2010


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