On the Couch

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Berkley Books, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 294 pages
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Lorraine Bracco is known to millions as psychiatrist Dr. Melfi on HBO's The Sopranos. It's hard to imagine that this formidable woman spent years struggling to free herself from depression, serious money problems, and a disastrous relationship that led to a widely-publicized child-custody battle. Here, she openly reveals the details of her struggle-and the treatment that helped her triumph.

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User Review  - Nikki DiVirgilio - Goodreads

I give it four stars for an easy read and engaging enough to keep me turning pages. But- it was a bit too superficial for my taste and the writing amateur. Isn't there are rule about cliches and exclamation points? If so this one broke them constantly. Read full review

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User Review  - Eileen Ybarra - Goodreads

This is a fun and entertaining autobiography, I enjoyed her honesty and warmth which came through the narrative. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Lorraine Bracco was born in Brooklyn. She has appeared in countless films, on television, and on Broadway. She was recently named "Woman of the Year" by the New York City Police Athletic League, and has already launched her own line of wines.

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