Loving Me: Reclaiming My Power

In this book, you are drawn into the life of a young black girl living in Zimbabwe, through which you get a fascinating, sometimes shocking insight into the culture, 'traditions' and true reality of living in this country during massive political changes. The health theme running throughout this book shows how the author cures the chronic headaches and allergies that plagued her life. More

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About Letty Chihoro

Letty Chihoro was born in 1953 in Southern Rhodesia when it was part of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. At that time Zambia was known as Northern Rhodesia and Malawi was known as Nyasaland. By the time she went to senior school, Ian Smith had declared his Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) and the country was now called Rhodesia. In 1980, after gaining independence from Britain, the country became Zimbabwe.

Caught between African traditional practices, Christian fundamentalism and the racism typical of British Colonialism she became impatient with traditional practices, skeptical of Christianity and angry at the racism.

Living in such a society, it was inevitable that the standard African diet was dropped in favour of the standard Western diet. Letty grew up with many chronic health issues like allergies and migraines. This was compounded by the anger and self-worth issues that came with living in a society where one race was considered vastly superior to all the others.

Through the internet, the ready availability of books, courses and practice she gradually overcame her health challenges and started moving towards peace of mind and mental well-being.

Letty lives in the UK, with her family.

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Why I wrote the book.
The author briefly talks about the health and anger issues that she suffered while growing up and describes how self-help books helped her to start reclaiming control of her life.


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