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AuthorHouse, Apr 20, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
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I’M SOMEBODY’S MAMA by Catherine Tyson, is a series of conversations by one woman who dares to believe that despite what society says about a single mother with three children, like all other women, she is a queen! This is a true journey of daily self-discovery, self -acceptance and ultimately of fulfillment.

This book is gripped with humor, is tender at heart and embraces with courage life’s conflicts that everyone inevitably faces. Like life…this book is segmented into short footsteps that take on incredible moods from one stride to the next.

Whether it’s about motherhood, children, not having a man, someone else’s man, no-good men (have I said too much about men?)… Tyson successfully brings to life abstract feelings into moving, jumping, dancing characters that make the journey of life so colorful.

I’M SOMEBODY’S MAMA is a must read…Its like having a little secret weapon tucked under one’s arm that whispers ‘I might not be where I want to be…yet, but I am happy with who I am”…it’s self acceptance…the greatest gift you can give yourself and the world.

Through Tyson’s life, it shows that no matter where you are…you are going to be just fine…From walking out on faith with three little ones in tow, to attending university against all odds and obtaining a bachelor’s degree and later to undertaking a Master’s degree in the midst of all the turmoil, it shows tenacity and focus to a fault.  In each recollection, she glares her demons in the face while making sacrifices that ultimately result in a fight that can have no other winners but she and her babies.

 

It’s a sharp and witty celebration of life as somebody, even if it’s just being SOMEBODY’S MAMA.

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About the author (2009)

Catherine Tyson is a proud single mother of three.  She is currently a Human Services professional and has worked with vulnerable individuals for all of her adult life.  She conducts various workshops and seminars in the area of self development and teaches college part time.  As life would have it, she too became a vulnerable individual and had to figure things out on her own.  The things that she figured out made it that much easier to tell her story and help others along the way.  When not helping people, she is people watching and taking notes.  Her Alma Maters, all located in Florida, are Miami Dade Community College, Florida Atlantic University, and Barry University where she received her MSW.  She has a home in the Cayman Islands and Miami and resides with her children where she is currently working on her second book.   

Visit Catherine at www.somebodysmama.com.

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