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Pro wrestler and political commentator Tyrus goes deep into his wild but triumphant life story, from his painfully dysfunctional upbringing to bodyguarding for Snoop Dogg, to becoming a wrestling icon and one of the most provocative on-air voices today. “I loved Just Tyrus. I read it in one day and cheered for him when I got to the end. Tyrus has written a book that is at Pro wrestler and political commentator Tyrus goes deep into his wild but triumphant life story, from his painfully dysfunctional upbringing to bodyguarding for Snoop Dogg, to becoming a wrestling icon and one of the most provocative on-air voices today. “I loved Just Tyrus. I read it in one day and cheered for him when I got to the end. Tyrus has written a book that is at once raw, tender, intelligent, candid, and hilarious. Tyrus took a very rough start to his life and used perseverance, confident humility, and accountability to land firmly on his feet. What a triumph!” —Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary to George W. Bush and Fox News anchor and host The product of a 1970s mixed marriage, George Murdoch learned to fight early in life, fending off both race-baiting bullies and the demons of a dysfunctional home. Couch surfing all through high school and most of college, the quick-witted, sharp-tongued giant played football, ran drugs, and bounced at clubs to try to survive. After a false start with the WWE, he eventually became Snoop Dogg’s bodyguard and traveled the world with the hip hop legend, biding his time and honing his rap. When the WWE urged him to return, George became “Brodus Clay” and, for the next several years, reinvented himself numerous times under the watchful mentorship of the legendary Dusty Rhodes, “the American Dream.” He was eventually christened “Tyrus,” and shortly after, a chance social media encounter with Greg Gutfeld at Fox News resulted in Tyrus finding a new skill: sage social commentator. Ferociously funny, blunt, and tenacious, Just Tyrus traces his unlikely and spectacular rise. As always with Tyrus, it’s in-your-face and offers no apologies.


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Pro wrestler and political commentator Tyrus goes deep into his wild but triumphant life story, from his painfully dysfunctional upbringing to bodyguarding for Snoop Dogg, to becoming a wrestling icon and one of the most provocative on-air voices today. “I loved Just Tyrus. I read it in one day and cheered for him when I got to the end. Tyrus has written a book that is at Pro wrestler and political commentator Tyrus goes deep into his wild but triumphant life story, from his painfully dysfunctional upbringing to bodyguarding for Snoop Dogg, to becoming a wrestling icon and one of the most provocative on-air voices today. “I loved Just Tyrus. I read it in one day and cheered for him when I got to the end. Tyrus has written a book that is at once raw, tender, intelligent, candid, and hilarious. Tyrus took a very rough start to his life and used perseverance, confident humility, and accountability to land firmly on his feet. What a triumph!” —Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary to George W. Bush and Fox News anchor and host The product of a 1970s mixed marriage, George Murdoch learned to fight early in life, fending off both race-baiting bullies and the demons of a dysfunctional home. Couch surfing all through high school and most of college, the quick-witted, sharp-tongued giant played football, ran drugs, and bounced at clubs to try to survive. After a false start with the WWE, he eventually became Snoop Dogg’s bodyguard and traveled the world with the hip hop legend, biding his time and honing his rap. When the WWE urged him to return, George became “Brodus Clay” and, for the next several years, reinvented himself numerous times under the watchful mentorship of the legendary Dusty Rhodes, “the American Dream.” He was eventually christened “Tyrus,” and shortly after, a chance social media encounter with Greg Gutfeld at Fox News resulted in Tyrus finding a new skill: sage social commentator. Ferociously funny, blunt, and tenacious, Just Tyrus traces his unlikely and spectacular rise. As always with Tyrus, it’s in-your-face and offers no apologies.

30 review for Just Tyrus: A Memoir

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    4.5 Stars I love Tyrus and I hope to get the hardback of this book some day. He’s a 6'8", 350 lb sweet pea in my opinion! As always when you read a memoir, you find out things you never knew! I didn’t know he was a wrestler. I mean I used to watch wrestling like crazy many years ago but I think I stopped watching before he started. Although, one of his pics looks familiar. He was a body guard for Snoop, I mean how cool is that! He was a Bouncer. Played football. He worked with kids!! He loves an 4.5 Stars I love Tyrus and I hope to get the hardback of this book some day. He’s a 6'8", 350 lb sweet pea in my opinion! As always when you read a memoir, you find out things you never knew! I didn’t know he was a wrestler. I mean I used to watch wrestling like crazy many years ago but I think I stopped watching before he started. Although, one of his pics looks familiar. He was a body guard for Snoop, I mean how cool is that! He was a Bouncer. Played football. He worked with kids!! He loves animals and nature (me) and has a few tattoos of them!! He said he thinks his three most influential figures as a young person were: The Incredible Hulk (I love too and still love and have the big boxed set, JJ Walker from Good Times, (I also love and watched all of the time as a child) and Dusty Rhodes (I did watch back in the day) I actually first learned about him on Fox News and fell in love with him. He’s just a big ole cuddly, well unless you try to mess with his family and of course when he was a body guard/bouncer or fighting as a kid, but I digress. He didn’t come from greatness and he did some bad things like we ALL (most of us did/do) but he did great. And he has a family. You need to read all of the acknowledgments and stuff in the back too. Overall I love the book!! Thanks, George 😏 Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

  2. 5 out of 5

    *TUDOR^QUEEN* (on hiatus)

    4.5 Stars A couple of months ago I was listening to a podcast and Tyrus was interviewed amidst promoting his book. I was immediately drawn in by his compelling life story. I've seen him on the commentary panel of the Greg Gutfield show on Fox News in passing, but hadn't ever listened to him in depth. What I heard on the podcast piqued my interest to read this book. He is the product of a black father and a white mother who gave birth to him at the age of 15. Her parents disapproved of their union 4.5 Stars A couple of months ago I was listening to a podcast and Tyrus was interviewed amidst promoting his book. I was immediately drawn in by his compelling life story. I've seen him on the commentary panel of the Greg Gutfield show on Fox News in passing, but hadn't ever listened to him in depth. What I heard on the podcast piqued my interest to read this book. He is the product of a black father and a white mother who gave birth to him at the age of 15. Her parents disapproved of their union and when things fell apart she moved back in with her parents. Her father let it be known his blatant contempt for the child's father, and this is where Tyrus (real name George Murdoch) first experienced racism...from his maternal grandfather. And here's where things got interesting because Tyrus was sent to live with a foster family and found out much later that they were paid to take care of him. Tyrus thrived in this new environment and loved the stability, normalcy and kindness his new caregivers showed him. In the meantime, his biological mother was going to nursing school. Now settled comfortably into his new life, Tyrus's childhood was upended once again when his mother wanted Tyrus back. Now working as a nurse, his mother remarried and had more children, but his stepfather's relationship with Tyrus was toxic- and he also cheated on his mother. Tyrus found refuge at college because it was someplace else to live, and had success playing football. Along the way he was greatly influenced by mentors at college who taught him the value of hard work and personal responsibility. For years Tyrus was rapper Snoop Dogg's bodyguard, but he also realized his dream of becoming a professional wrestler in both the WWE and Impact Wrestling. A random retweet of a Greg Gutfield joke was the spark that led to an invite to be on Gutfield's Fox show. He marvels at the unlikely nature of his inclusion at the network, a huge former wrestler with lots of tattoos that wears a backwards baseball cap as his regular uniform on the show. He says that you don't see anyone like him at CNN, and despite the propaganda directed at Fox they are very inclusive of all types of people at the station. He absolutely drips with mega admiration for fellow Fox host Dana Perino. You can't put Tyrus in a box because he calls it as he sees it. He is very forthright and reasoned in his opinions without malice. He didn't even vote in the 2016 presidential election rejecting both candidates, and he voted twice for Obama. He also feels that the real governmental power resides in the congress and senate, and that there should be term limits there to avoid potential corruption over time. He experienced another kind of racism meeting with his father's black relatives later in life, when the matriarch took him aside and urged him to marry someone either white or Asian. He also experienced being stopped by the police in his life, but when he knew the Gutfield panel would be discussing this subject, he was so concerned about it that he spoke to some extended police friends to ensure he provided the best commentary possible on a hotbed topic. I listened to the audio version of the book which Tyrus narrated himself, and it really personalized the experience for me. I sensed his sincerity as he read his own words. He's been through a lot in life, but seems to have absorbed the good and the bad and chose to move forward in life with positivity and his unabashed authentic self. Thank you to the publisher Tantor Audio for providing an advance reader copy via NetGalley.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    I am a fan of "The Greg Gutfeld Show" and Tyrus is one of the main reasons I so enjoy this show. Tyrus is a man who took his lousy childhood and made it work for him. He took the adversity he was raised in and made something of himself. He is a real smart guy, and he has a way of expressing just plain common sense that is amazing in 2022. I felt like Tyrus and I were setting on the back porch, telling stories and getting to know each other. I hear his voice through this book, maybe because it is I am a fan of "The Greg Gutfeld Show" and Tyrus is one of the main reasons I so enjoy this show. Tyrus is a man who took his lousy childhood and made it work for him. He took the adversity he was raised in and made something of himself. He is a real smart guy, and he has a way of expressing just plain common sense that is amazing in 2022. I felt like Tyrus and I were setting on the back porch, telling stories and getting to know each other. I hear his voice through this book, maybe because it is written in his own words. I am very thankful for the men who stepped up through his young life and helped and guided and helped shape the man he became. I am absolutely amazed by the man he became. That is not to say that there weren't some significant problems alone the way, but this was a man that would not let life and racism defeat him. The book doesn't pull it's punches. It's raw, scary, real. But Tyrus is the end product and I'd say he turned out pretty good.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Ray

    "Just keeping it real" is the phrase that comes to mind. This is the memoir by Tyrus (originally named George Murdoch), a champion wrestler and Fox TV personality. Also, a former bodyguard to Snoop Dogg, along with a myriad of other roles in his varied and interesting background. If anyone could claim victim hood status, it would be Tyrus, especially when you read about his heart wrenching childhood. However, he has made it clear, that he is determined, strong, and tenacious, and will never cons "Just keeping it real" is the phrase that comes to mind. This is the memoir by Tyrus (originally named George Murdoch), a champion wrestler and Fox TV personality. Also, a former bodyguard to Snoop Dogg, along with a myriad of other roles in his varied and interesting background. If anyone could claim victim hood status, it would be Tyrus, especially when you read about his heart wrenching childhood. However, he has made it clear, that he is determined, strong, and tenacious, and will never consider himself a victim. Anyone who needs an impetus to get up again and not give up, should read this book. It certainly helped me, and I enjoyed really getting to know Tyrus, who has provided very thoughtful and sound judgement on current affairs.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cara Bristol

    I hesitated to read Just Tyrus because I know wrestling is a big part of Tyrus’ life, and wrestling is not my thing. I have zero interest in wrestling. But his story is much bigger than wrestling, and Just Tyrus was quite interesting. Tyrus has been a college football player, a (short term) drug dealer, a pro-wrestler, a bodyguard for Snoop Dogg, an actor, and finally a conservative political commentator on Gutfeld! on Fox News. His life has been a patchwork of experiences that have made him who I hesitated to read Just Tyrus because I know wrestling is a big part of Tyrus’ life, and wrestling is not my thing. I have zero interest in wrestling. But his story is much bigger than wrestling, and Just Tyrus was quite interesting. Tyrus has been a college football player, a (short term) drug dealer, a pro-wrestler, a bodyguard for Snoop Dogg, an actor, and finally a conservative political commentator on Gutfeld! on Fox News. His life has been a patchwork of experiences that have made him who he is, beginning with his dysfunctional childhood. Yet, he carved his own path and triumphed. In his memoir he speaks of all the people who have helped him get to where he is (rapper Snoop Dogg was a huge mentor), his dysfunctional, broken family, and racism, although he doesn’t dwell on the latter. One thing that really stood out for me was his ability to recognize and accept good advice and act on it. Many people get good advice, but ignore it. If you like memoir and biography or know of Tyrus, you'll enjoy Just Tyrus. I highly recommend this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    LadyCalico

    What do you call a book that is endorsed by both Dana Perino and Snoop Dogg that is by and about Tyrus--a really great read. It felt as if he was sitting right there telling me his story. This is not just a rags to riches autobiography, but one full of life lessons learned the hard way by a unique and earnestly frank individual. Although it was an interesting journey, I was less intrigued by his rise from school athlete to bodyguard and pro-sports--hey, that happens--than his development into on What do you call a book that is endorsed by both Dana Perino and Snoop Dogg that is by and about Tyrus--a really great read. It felt as if he was sitting right there telling me his story. This is not just a rags to riches autobiography, but one full of life lessons learned the hard way by a unique and earnestly frank individual. Although it was an interesting journey, I was less intrigued by his rise from school athlete to bodyguard and pro-sports--hey, that happens--than his development into one of the most insightful and blunt news commentators on the current media scene, now that is an unusual and fascinating route. The book is also worth reading as a lead up to the last chapter "Closing Thoughts" that so beautifully ties it all together. My own closing thought is that if a young Tyrus learned his life lessons from his TV role models in the 1980's, imagine what's being taught to similarly lonely and neglected children by today's entertainment media. So many things could and did go wrong in his journey, but Tyrus developed the attitude and ability to fall into the cesspool and come out smelling like a rose. Tyrus, you rock!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Merry Jewelhound

    I enjoy Gutfeld! and seeing Tyrus on it. I have looked forward to reading the book and was not disappointed. I knew he had a hard childhood and is a self-made man. I had no idea how much Snoop Dog gives back to his community. Very good read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sandi Tilton

    Awesomely Courageous Review of His Life In Progress I enjoy following Tyrus on Fox as well as other shows he is on. The thing I notice personally is his depth of thought and how serious he can be. Of course his humor is really fine. It takes, I believe, someone who goes through some of the same things you have growing up to really get it. A smell of a good meal, calmness within a household and more importantly when you are praised for something you have accomplished, sincerely. To be appreciated. Awesomely Courageous Review of His Life In Progress I enjoy following Tyrus on Fox as well as other shows he is on. The thing I notice personally is his depth of thought and how serious he can be. Of course his humor is really fine. It takes, I believe, someone who goes through some of the same things you have growing up to really get it. A smell of a good meal, calmness within a household and more importantly when you are praised for something you have accomplished, sincerely. To be appreciated. Some of the basics in a household that others may take for granted. He persevered. I especially notice his tolerance for the ignorant people. Or things he can’t change. I hope to read something of his again. It truly feels like he wrote it all not had it written by someone else or interpreted their way. Totally enjoyed this book. Thank you for writing this Tyrus.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to listen to the audiobook before it releases in a few weeks. Tyrus did a great job narrating! I mostly know Tyrus from Greg Gutfeld’s shows and his show with Kat, so I didn’t know a lot about his personal life. I was saddened by what he had to go through as a child with an absent father and a mother who fell in and out of his life. His unconditional love for her is kind. He had to be a grown up in ways that are unfair to a child. But wow, di Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to listen to the audiobook before it releases in a few weeks. Tyrus did a great job narrating! I mostly know Tyrus from Greg Gutfeld’s shows and his show with Kat, so I didn’t know a lot about his personal life. I was saddened by what he had to go through as a child with an absent father and a mother who fell in and out of his life. His unconditional love for her is kind. He had to be a grown up in ways that are unfair to a child. But wow, did he persevere and come out on the other side! What a stand up guy. I didn’t know how much he loved animals or that he was a bodyguard for Snoop Dogg. I can’t stop picturing him carrying Prince safely out on his hip! He had to learn so much on his own but it’s given him an incredible amount of accountability and an amazing sense of logic. I’m really glad I had the opportunity to learn more about him.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Williamson

    His candor and humor on the Fox network had my interest piqued. You have to admire anyone who has gone through some pretty awful stuff and still becomes a decent human being. The book was interesting but contained many gaps between the stories he chose to tell. It is a story of a survivor who does not develop a victim mentality. He courageously shares some pretty hard moments. I still don't know why he has the WWE champion belt on his shoulder every night as his pro-wrestling career was very bri His candor and humor on the Fox network had my interest piqued. You have to admire anyone who has gone through some pretty awful stuff and still becomes a decent human being. The book was interesting but contained many gaps between the stories he chose to tell. It is a story of a survivor who does not develop a victim mentality. He courageously shares some pretty hard moments. I still don't know why he has the WWE champion belt on his shoulder every night as his pro-wrestling career was very brief and it doesn't seem that he had many matches from his memoir. Maybe other readers know more about him and can fill in those missing details. It came across rather disjointed but likable and quick read in my opinion.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    Tyrus is an interesting guy with an uplifting life story as a football lineman, wrestler and bodyguard. His hard earned character and values are evident these days by his insightful comments on Fox News opinion shows. He's a very large "must watch" TV news analyst who earned his success the hard way, by perseverance and hard work. It's a good story! Tyrus is an interesting guy with an uplifting life story as a football lineman, wrestler and bodyguard. His hard earned character and values are evident these days by his insightful comments on Fox News opinion shows. He's a very large "must watch" TV news analyst who earned his success the hard way, by perseverance and hard work. It's a good story!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne

    I've always like Tyrus for his blunt no-nonsense approach and his ability to make you laugh. After reading this book I have the utmost admiration for him. He is a truly fascinating person. It's nice to read a celebrity book that doesn't trash the people in his life that did him wrong. In fact, he went out of his way to NOT do just that. He has this uncanny ability to become friends with people who did him wrong. He even tried to understand his abusive dad, neglectful mom, jerk stepfather & racist I've always like Tyrus for his blunt no-nonsense approach and his ability to make you laugh. After reading this book I have the utmost admiration for him. He is a truly fascinating person. It's nice to read a celebrity book that doesn't trash the people in his life that did him wrong. In fact, he went out of his way to NOT do just that. He has this uncanny ability to become friends with people who did him wrong. He even tried to understand his abusive dad, neglectful mom, jerk stepfather & racist grandfather. His story gives me hope. He is where he is in life because several different people throughout his life mentored him and put him on the right path.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Deacon Tom F

    Honesty I selected this this book because I was interested in who this man was. Well it is safe to say that I learned a lot about Tyrus and the Fox News Network. Is it exceptionally good read and like I said in the title very honest.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Judith Crary

    REAL Real Tyrus, real life, real heartbreak, real redemption, real ride, really good book. If you're real too - you will really like this book. I would like to meet Tyrus some day! For real! REAL Real Tyrus, real life, real heartbreak, real redemption, real ride, really good book. If you're real too - you will really like this book. I would like to meet Tyrus some day! For real!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mary B Stephens

    Just Tyrus: A Memoir Loved this book. Bought after midnight as soon as it hit Amazon. Read for a while, then finished today. Best wishes for you going forward.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Terry Cornell

    I didn't know about Tyrus until watching the 'Gutfeld Show', where he is a regular co-host now. After doing a little research, I found out he played football at the Community College a short walk from where I live. I always appreciate his point of view on the show, even though I may not always agree with him. The book is a quick read, and Tyrus has great stories and lessons in life about what has molded him. I thought I might find the wrestling stories unrelatable, but found them entertaining an I didn't know about Tyrus until watching the 'Gutfeld Show', where he is a regular co-host now. After doing a little research, I found out he played football at the Community College a short walk from where I live. I always appreciate his point of view on the show, even though I may not always agree with him. The book is a quick read, and Tyrus has great stories and lessons in life about what has molded him. I thought I might find the wrestling stories unrelatable, but found them entertaining and a great glimpse into the realities of that world. A great read on overcoming diversity, and re-inventing himself multiple times. Yes, there is a short chapter on Fox News, and if that offends you it can be skipped. I would give it a five star rating, but I usually reserve that for my absolute favorite reads. This certainly comes close!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sarah J. Triano

    Just Tyrus :What a Man I devoured this memoir in one day. I have always admired Tyrus from The Red Eye Days. Tyrus is so wise and real. He had to go through so much pain and hardship growing up but he never gave in. He used each experience to make himself a better man. Tyrus speaks power to truth. My only complaint was that the book was too short Tyrus is a great writer. I hope he publishes more.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Renee

    I have watched, tweeted and adored Tyrus for a long time. I like his conservative values. He is so smart and then you read the book and learn how he grew up and the only thing I say is RESPECT He is one of a kind More than Greg’s co host I Love you Tyrus

  19. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    This memoir was fine. I believe fans of Tyrus’s will enjoy getting to “know” him on a deeper level, more than just his FOX news persona. However, I would recommend reading the physical book, as opposed to the audiobook. Speaking too fast and jumbling his words, Tyra’s wasn’t the best narrator. 🎧 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stars !!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jack Bandy

    Be sure to read the Afterward it makes the book worth reading

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elaine M Lamson

    Memoirs of a modern day warrior! One of the most truthful and readable books that I have read. Really gives you an insight of his life as a child,a teen,a young man and finally an adult. Well worth the your time! I would recommend this to anyone struggling with self doubt! Truly inspiring.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Susan Ferris

    Was already a fan….. now I just love this guy even more. I know there is more to know…. But he told us what he wanted us to know for the moment…. And that was perfect.. i am sorry he had the life he had… but clearly it turned him into the guy he is now…. So bravo!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dean Falzarano

    Short and inspired Very curious about this man. My fellow Massachusetts native. His life experience was rough. He never became a victim and he tells it like it is!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Andy May

    The book is a very good read, engrossing and hard to put down. George Murdock, aka Tyrus, had a very tough youth. But he overcame it with hard work, humor, and loyalty to good friends. Recommended.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Quaintance

    Blunt and honest, Tyrus drags us through the lousy circumstances of his upbringing. With enough innate intelligence and luck to land on his feet, he doesn’t hold grudges, and in fact thanks his deadbeat father for NOT being there. He appreciates his mother for doing the best she could. I wish he had told us whether she’s still living and what his relationship with her is now. Enjoyed overall and look forward to seeing more of George Murdoch aka Tyrus.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I love memoirs, particularly because I’m always curious about other people’s lives. Tyrus’ early life is only palatable because you know it turns out OK. I was able to laugh at times only because of that (and he is genuinely funny). There are some heartbreaking moments but for the most part, this was an incredibly entertaining glimpse into who he is and what shaped him into the man he is today. I received a copy from #NetGalley and #RBMedia for an honest review.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This book is excellent. It is honest, and blunt. I really enjoyed getting to know Tyrus on a little bit more personal level. It is so well written, I felt like he was sitting next to me telling me the same story. There were some sad parts, as everyone's life has them, but the one part that made my eyes tear up was his conversation with his father's mother. I especially liked the part at the end where he shared his philosophy of life, politics, owning up to your actions, and never becoming the vi This book is excellent. It is honest, and blunt. I really enjoyed getting to know Tyrus on a little bit more personal level. It is so well written, I felt like he was sitting next to me telling me the same story. There were some sad parts, as everyone's life has them, but the one part that made my eyes tear up was his conversation with his father's mother. I especially liked the part at the end where he shared his philosophy of life, politics, owning up to your actions, and never becoming the victim.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    I first started watching Tyrus on "The Greg Gutfeld Show" and have always found his commentary to be funny, yet insightful. With his voice, he always finds a way to keep things real. This book offers a look behind the curtain into how Tyrus became the person he is today (Wrestling, Fox News). I am grateful that he was willing to share his life story with us, and I hope he continues to grow as a father, and in his professional pursuits. As Tyrus likes to say "#nuffsaid" I first started watching Tyrus on "The Greg Gutfeld Show" and have always found his commentary to be funny, yet insightful. With his voice, he always finds a way to keep things real. This book offers a look behind the curtain into how Tyrus became the person he is today (Wrestling, Fox News). I am grateful that he was willing to share his life story with us, and I hope he continues to grow as a father, and in his professional pursuits. As Tyrus likes to say "#nuffsaid"

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    Amazing story of survival and success. Well done!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Christen

    Best Memoir to date Tyrus, thank you for your time, energy and perspective based in reality. I have worked in the psychiatric field for 40+ years. The last 20 was in CSP- Department of Corrections, group therapy and administering medication. It is rare in our world to have someone present their life with such honest straight forward clarity. Raising oneself is no easy task, BTDT. Those of us who were dealt from a weird deck of cards can whine or utilize bootstrap therapy. You don't know me, howev Best Memoir to date Tyrus, thank you for your time, energy and perspective based in reality. I have worked in the psychiatric field for 40+ years. The last 20 was in CSP- Department of Corrections, group therapy and administering medication. It is rare in our world to have someone present their life with such honest straight forward clarity. Raising oneself is no easy task, BTDT. Those of us who were dealt from a weird deck of cards can whine or utilize bootstrap therapy. You don't know me, however we are related. We may never meet, however you have another old white lady who holds you in high regard and warm affection. My best to you and yours. Sincerely Sami

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