Dr. Cholet Kelly Josue’s Is Excited to Announce a New Website

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Cholet’s highly anticipated memoir Twelve Unending Summers: Memoir of an Immigrant Child—from a Neuroscience Perspective is scheduled for release in early 2016. His website and blog invite readers to follow him on his memoir journey.

I want to share my childhood hurdles and the reasons why I was able to succeed in the face of adversity.

Cholet Josue is an aspiring writer who is exploring his past and tracing his heritage back to Haiti. His new website and blog offer readers a chance to join him as he uncovers his fragmented past and the positive influences his Haitian roots had on his life.

Dr. Josue is a psychiatrist specializing in neuroscience. His knowledge of the brain and the way that the environment affects a young mind has motivated him to dive into his childhood and how he came to achieve the ‘American Dream,’ in spite of the challenges of being an undocumented immigrant. You will learn how he persevered at the age of sixteen to cope with the loss of his father and navigate the process of migrating to a new land and a new culture.

“I want to share my childhood hurdles and the reasons why I was able to succeed in the face of adversity. My hope is that my insights will teach and inspire others not to let their circumstances dictate their future. I want readers to read more about my journey and the themes of immigration, hardship, loss and the search for identity on my website, and follow my blog to discover along with me the importance of heritage and the positive effect it has on a young mind.” - Cholet Josue

Cholet believes that a better understanding of the gift of his heritage will help him learn how to deal with the present, and ultimately help him to face an uncertain future. We invite you to join Cholet as he seeks to inspire readers and teach them the importance of understanding one’s ancestry. Please visit: http://www.choletkellyjosue.com and read along as he makes his life journey public.

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