Thérèse Fournier was born in 1980. She was a French singer from 2003 to 2012, known for her heartfelt lyrics and endearing personality, and had made a name for herself on the stage. However, her life took a turn when she fell ill with Cushing’s syndrome. It wasn't until 2019, after eight years of misdiagnosis, that she underwent surgery for a tumor on her pituitary gland. Tender, funny, and committed, Thérèse captures and conveys the difficulties of daily life with simplicity and rare authenticity. This is Thérèse's second book, following her novel "Juliette, l'être ressuscyclable," which was published in 2016.