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Strength in Vulnerability

Strength in Vulnerability

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Kris Carr believes there is strength to be found through acknowledging your weaknesses. 

Kris 's Biography

Childhood Nickname: Sasquatch
Favorite Food: Anything green and clean.
Challenges for the Next Generation: The pressure to do it all.
Earliest Memories: Putting on plays and performing for her mother.
 

Kris Carr is a best-selling author, filmmaker, motivational speaker and wellness coach. After being diagnosed with a rare and incurable stage four cancer, Kris was inspired to promote better health through food and lifestyle changes. She is the author of the New York Times best seller, Crazy Sexy Diet, and the Creator and Director of the documentary, Crazy Sexy Cancer. Kris is a Contributing Editor for Natural Health magazine and is the Founder of CrazySexyLife.com, an award-winning wellness site.

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