Patrick Timpone

Suzanne Falter

Surrendering To Joy

On an August night in San Francisco, Suzanne’s 22-year-old daughter Teal collapsed from a sudden, unexplainable cardiac arrest. This was just a few months after she lost my relationship, my home and a career.

Six days later Teal died, but not before Suzanne began to discover the strange and powerful joy that lives inside of loss.

In the year that followed, a great love woke up in her as she wrote essay after essay. She learned to let go of ‘her story’, forgive those who had wronged her, and reclaim the power she had lost long ago.

This is healing that is available to all of us … no matter what the loss.

Suzanne FalterSuzanne Falter is an author and speaker who helps women find their way back to joy by embracing life just the way it is. Suzanne’s work has been featured in More, Fitness, The New York Times, Woman’s Day, New Woman, The Wall Street Journal, SELF, The Christian Science Monitor, as well as more than 100 TV and radio programs. She is the author of How Much Joy Can You Stand? and Living Your Joy (both Ballantine.) Her work as a writer, speaker and blogger has touched more than 2 million women.

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