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Through Thick and Thin
Through Thick & Thin: How the Wildfire was a Wake Up Call to Transform my Life!
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Share on:. Famous for his sensitivity and understanding with women, encouraging them and enabling them to accept themselves, and their bodies, as they are, Gok Wan's autobiography sadly tells a very different story with regards to his own body acceptance. Having gained weight throughout his childhood, getting up to twenty one stone as a teenager, he loathed his body and ended up starving himself, becoming anorexic in a desperate effort to be thin and, therefore, successful. Perhaps this is where his empathy comes from? That when he stands a woman in front of a wall of mirrors in her underwear, he actually truly understands what it is to loathe your own body. I didn't realise that Gok's original ambitions had been to act, and that it is only through a series of lucky incidents that he ended up first as a make-up artist, then stylist, before moving onto our TV screens. The book tells of his childhood, growing up in a mixed race family his dad is Hong Kong Chinese, his mum is white , flunking out of school, going on to study drama and working a series of dead-end jobs before wheeling and dealing well, basically lying his way into the style business.
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