What does it take to truly let go of all the worries, fears and doubts that keep you up at night? Or the inadequate job, the bad marriage or the dysfunctional friendship that drain your energy?
What would your life look like if you didn’t hold on tight to things you can’t control, but learned to relax and go with the flow?
In The Joy of Letting Go, Suzanne Falter writes 35 powerful, healing essays that dive to the heart of how to stop resisting life as it is. Instead, she provides practical solutions and wise insights that guide anyone to let go with greater ease and certainty.
Suzanne learned this and more after the sudden death of her daughter Teal. From how to be alone on your birthday to giving yourself a pep talk and learning emotional self-care, The Joy of Letting Go advocates fiercely for your joy.
Are you ready to let go of the pain, and surrender to happiness? If so, read on.
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Suzanne Falter is an author, speaker, blogger and podcaster who has published both fiction and non-fiction, as well as essays. She also speaks about self-care and the transformational healing of crisis, especially in her own life after the death of her daughter Teal. Her non-fiction books also include How Much Joy Can You Stand? and Surrendering to Joy. Suzanne is also the host of podcast Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women.
Suzanne’s essays have appeared in O Magazine, The New York Times, Elephant Journal, Tiny Buddha and Thrive Global among others. Her fiction titles include the Oaktown Girls series of lesbian romances, and the romantic suspense series, Transformed. Her non-fiction work, blog, podcasts and her online course, Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women, can be found at www.suzannefalter.com and on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest.
She lives with her wife in the San Francisco Bay Area.