In Little Girls Should Ride Ponies, Isabel is a woman on the path to rediscovery after dealing with early psychic wounds. She is surrounded by family members of various proclivities. Camille is a famous medium on the west coast. Her visions are astounding and her followers swear by her pronouncements. Dominique is a murderous womanizer who tours the countryside eliminating child molesters. Born-again Jeanne, still living in the Midwest, tries to save the family from discovering what she believes are the family secrets. Meanwhile, Isabel is able to find love through Alejandro and his family. She has finally established some normalcy in her life, but at what cost? Does her mother really know her secret or have one of her own? Little Girls Should Ride Ponies takes a controversial look at the depths of psychological trauma.
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About the Author
Jeannine Vegh, M.A., I.M.F.T. has her degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Somatic Psychology from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, California. She received an undergraduate degree in Liberal Arts and Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara. She also has an undergraduate degree from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. Her work experience includes more than ten years as a social worker with Head Start and Children's Protective Services in California. Ms. Vegh currently resides in Ohio and has a private practice as an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist. You can learn more about her work by visiting her webpage at ladyjatbay.wordpress.com