Contributor biographical information for iWant : my journey from addiction and overconsumption to a simpler, honest life / Jane Velez-Mitchell.

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Jane Velez-Mitchell is an award-winning television news journalist and host of Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell on HLN. She is a nationally recognized expert on addiction and recovery and has commented on substance abuse and addictive behavior for a variety of cable channels, including CNN, HLN, Court TV, Fox News, and MSNBC. Jane rose to cable news prominence in her role as substitute host on HLN's Nancy Grace. She has been featured on CNN's Larry King Live on several occasions, discussing high-profile criminal cases and the roles addiction and obsession play in those sagas.

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Velez-Mitchell, Jane.
Velez-Mitchell, Jane -- Philosophy.
Women television journalists -- United States -- Biography.
Television journalists -- United States -- Biography.
Recovering addicts -- United States -- Biography.
Conduct of life.
Lifestyles -- United States -- Case studies.
Alcoholism -- United States -- Case studies.
Compulsive behavior -- United States -- Case studies.