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Book Title: It's Your Fault: My Journey through Back Pain, a Teenager and Self-Discovery|
The author of the book: Wendy Coblentz
Edition: Mill City Press, Inc.
The size of the: 467 KB
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Date of issue: April 15th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781626520837
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It's Your Fault is Wendy's eight year, sometimes humorous, journey in search of a cure to back pain caused by an exercise class injury. The author takes the reader on a wild ride through the Bay Area mainstream medical community, trying epidurals, physical therapy and other procedures, When her pain doesn't improve, she moves on to the universe of the alternative healing world with Interconnection Bodywork, a proselytizing Jewish yoga teacher, French maritime pine bark and more. Meanwhile, her teenage son is using the trunk of his car as a storage unit for strawberry -flavored vodka, sneaking out of the house and night and getting caught with smoking paraphernalia on Earth Day. As Wendy's desperation mounts, she discovers a tool that teaches her to trust her own instincts and learns that trying to find a solution often aggravates the problem. Her new found awareness opens the door as she learns how to deal with back pain and embrace her family.
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Read information about the authorAfter struggling with back pain for over eight years, Wendy Coblentz became an expert in navigating the Bay Area mainstream medical world as well as the universe of alternative healing methods.
Wendy has more than 30 years of experience in fundraising and special projects consulting for non-profit institutions and organizations in the fields of social action, civil rights, health, public welfare and education. As a principal of Horne, McClatchy & Coblentz, and then as an independent consultant, Wendy directed local and national annual giving campaigns, special gift and capital campaigns as well as fundraising for political candidates and issues. In addition, she planned and coordinated philanthropic and corporate special events.
A native San Franciscan, and a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, Wendy has many ties in the Bay Area community and a particular interest in the social justice reform movement. She currently is a board member of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) and an advisory board member of Beyond Differences.
Wendy has studied the Alexander Technique for six years. She lives in Mill Valley, California with her husband, Jim Lowy and one Siberian husky. She has two grown children.