By Coco Picard
Coco Picard is the author of the novel, The Healing Circle, which tells the story of a mother who abandons her family in California to pursue a miracle cure in Munich. Once she gets there however, she wonders if she might have already died. Bedridden with a terminal diagnosis, memories, nurses, immoral doctors, foreign television broadcasts, and phone calls from children intrude upon her consciousness. An aloe plant called Madame Blavatsky is her primary companion.
Below, Coco shares a comic on women’s health, healing crystals, and her mom’s battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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