Actor Selma Blair has written a book on her survival a year after intimately detailing her experience with multiple sclerosis in a documentary.

Selma Blair's first book released by the actor “Mean Baby, examines the often darker moments of her life. 

From being violated by an educator during her childhood to seeking refuge in the bottom of alcohol bottles by age 7. 

Selma also experienced physical pain that she now believes could have been early signs of MS, she reflects back on it all. 

I drunk first time when I was seven, I had my first drinks much younger. 

She noted she drank heavily throughout her school and college time. 

In her book, Blair also details the chronic pains and sensations that she experienced throughout her life, beginning in her childhood. 

Despite her physical condition and dependency on alcohol, Blair managed to persevere.