Raised in Venice, California, Cherie longed to travel and experience the way other people lived. After serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia on a water sanitation and health education project, Cherie returned to the United States with an African souvenir she didn’t expect: a mysterious illness. She fell severely ill and almost died, leaving her with several symptoms that went undiagnosed for many years. This inspired Cherie to write her memoir, A Few Minor Adjustments: A Memoir of Healing, taking the reader on a powerful but entertaining journey through her adventures and search for life-saving answers.
Her memoir has won several awards and received an outpouring of heartfelt responses, motivating Cherie to write a companion book, The Healing 100: A Practical Guide to Transforming Your Body, Mind, and Spirit.
After receiving a MA in Medical and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and traveling to more than forty countries, Cherie now lives in San Diego. She is passionate about healing the body, mind, and spirit and sharing her experiences to help others.
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The Healing 100: A Practical Guide to Transforming Your Body, Mind, and Spirit
by Cherie Kephart
Award-winning author Cherie Kephart brings you The Healing 100, a companion guide to help you on your healing journey. Cherie suffered for years from a mysterious illness that left her bedridden, hallucinating, and being spoon-fed to stay alive. Through perseverance and ingenuity, she found healing practices, remedies, and techniques that took her from the precipice of death to truly living again.
A Few Minor Adjustments: A Memoir of Healing
by Cherie Kephart
Told with brutal honesty, astonishing wit, and a haunting vulnerability, A Few Minor Adjustments is an unforgettable memoir that will move you with its fiercely inspirational account of one woman’s incredible journey to find life-saving answers to a mysterious illness. In the end, she finds much more than a diagnosis.
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