Sellevision Themes

Augusten Burroughs
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The Importance of Self-Esteem

The lack of self-esteem seems to be a prevalent problem among the hosts of the television show with only a couple of possible exceptions. What's most interesting is that the characters find various ways to deal with their lack of self-esteem. In the case of Peggy Jean, the cure is time-consuming and detailed. Peggy Jean takes her role as homemaker in the family very seriously. She has spent such an enormous amount of time and energy on this front that it has become second nature. Meanwhile, she greatly admires Princess Diana and seeks to emulate her whenever possible. She notes that she has sponsored two babies at an AIDS hospital and that she has even held one of them, "Just like Princess Diana." Leigh is another of the characters that shows outward signs of self-esteem issues. When Leigh is given additional on-air hours, she asks...

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