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Momma and the Meaning of Life: Tales from Psychotherapy
She graduated with an associate degree in nursing at Georgia State University. In , Dee was involved in a car accident that left her in a wheelchair for three years. Unable to work a traditional job due to her disability, Dee became a pimp and drug dealer in order to provide for her family. She ran a brothel for ten years under the name "Lady Dee". During the show, she embarked on a music career, releasing the singles "I Deserve" and "In That Order". In , she embarked on an acting career, appearing as a pimp in the independent film The Products of the American Ghetto , as well as the mother of the title character in About Justin , a spin-off of the LGBT web series About Him. Dee first married Ernest Bryant in but divorced on
It is not just that he is an accomplished practitioner; he is also an extraordinarily articulate writer of the impossible subject, viz. Although my time is possibly better spent investigating the multitude of counseling and psychotherapeutic theory and finding practical applications for its usefulness, I. Although my time is possibly better spent investigating the multitude of counseling and psychotherapeutic theory and finding practical applications for its usefulness, I could not resist the almost primal urge to pick up another book by Yalom from the local library. After careful consideration, and an hour of reading the liner notes of various titles, I decided to go with this book, Momma and the Meaning of Life: Tales of Psychotherapy I was not disappointed. Yalom possesses the master-craft acumen to investigate both the peculiar and awe-inspiring aspects at the core of counseling and psychotherapy. His capability to act as a fellow-traveler to his clients and escort them towards self-transformation is never more expressively detailed than in the six tales offered in this book.