Dr.Veronica Esagui was born in Lisbon, Portugal. She found her career in chiropractic (literally by accident) when she was told she needed back surgery, following a lifting injury. She felt the results first hand. Not needing any drugs or surgery to accomplish her personal miracle, she decided to go back to school and help others in the same way she had been helped. While treating a couple of young patients with scoliosis, she developed The Esagui Scoliosis Protocol (TESP), a very specific group of exercises which, along with chiropractic adjustments, proved to help reverse scoliosis.
In 2010 she published the first book of Veronica's Diary series, Veronica's Diary, the Journey of Innocence. In this first person narrative, Veronica Esagui, tells her own story, in her own voice through the ages of her youth, spinning a fascinating yarn of intrigue, resilience, control, heartbreak, and fatalism. She describes in the most candid manner the first eighteen years of her life, growing up in Portugal until she came to the USA in 1962. She learns at a very young age that she has no freedom to date or marry who she likes and that there are no friends to turn to. Veronica's mother works out an arrangement with her sister Nelly who lives in the US; a pre-arranged marriage is set up between Veronica and Nelly's son.
Where to find Veronica Esagui online
Veronica's Diary III, Awakening the Woman Within
Like its predecessors, The Journey of Innocence and Braving a New World, Awakening the Woman Within has been translated from the original Portuguese journals Veronica kept throughout her life. After thirty years of marriage she finds the courage to ask for a divorce. Chronologically she is 47 years old but physiologically she is a youthful college student with a new career in mind.
Veronica's Diary II — Braving a New World
'Veronica's Diary II—Braving a New World begins by introducing Veronica, a Portuguese immigrant, who just arrived in the US via a prearranged marriage to her cousin.
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Smashwords book reviews by Veronica Esagui
- Running Wide Open
on Sep. 12, 2011
"Running Wide Open," by Lisa Nowak is not a fluffy story about a troubled teenager. Be prepared for the drive of your life, while feeling the speed of emotion that will carry you to the finish line gasping for air as you can't put this book down until you reach the last page. Parents, please read this book if you have teenagers, you won't be disappointed. "Running Wide Open" would make an amazingly inspirational movie.
Dr. Veronica Esagui, chiropractor, TV producer and author.
- Scattered Pieces
on Nov. 18, 2011
"Scattered Pieces" by Alice Lynn, is a poignant, beautifully crafted novel that successfully captures all the human faults and qualities leaving the reader emotionally intertwined and deeply moved by its characters.
"Scattered Pieces" is a literary achievement!
Veronica Esagui, DC, author, publisher, TV host of "The Authors Forum."