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CJ Grace

CJ Grace is the author of the candid comic self-help memoir, “My Wild Ride: How to Thrive After Breast Cancer and Infidelity.” Her first book, “Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not,” was an international bestseller and when Arianna Huffington received a copy, she invited CJ to be a HuffPost contributor. CJ was a BBC broadcaster in Britain and later worked as a journalist advisor for China Radio International in Beijing, China. Currently based in the United States, CJ’s mission as a writer and public speaker is to help people use adversity for positive change. To find out more about CJ Grace and access various resources about breast cancer and infidelity, including two free PDFs, visit https://cjauthor.com

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