Susan Suffes

smsuff@gmail.com

Selected Works

Education/Self-help
An experienced teacher gives invaluable tips with humor and understanding.
Health
A doctor who specializes in dementia brings a mostly unspoken condition to light.
Relief in seconds for everyday aches and pain from a renowned physical therapist who treats the Duke University football team.
Business
Two brothers, who harness tension to find business success, show how to do it.
Diet/Health
Use brain powerówith its appetite-suppressing chemical, serotoninóto lose weight.
Memoir
A day when my grandmother and I learned what "looking away a little bit" meant.

Instant Relief

Emotional or Physical: Stress Hurts

Sometimes stress-induced pain comes on suddenly, as when there is a crisis at work or a medical emergency affecting someone you love. At other times pain is the result of more chronic, ongoing situations, such as job you really hate or a conflict between you and a spouse or child. And sometimes pain has an immediate physical cause. A spur-of-the-moment decision on the first day of spring to go out and play eighteen holes of golf after a sedentary winter is just as likely to result in pain as fear of flying, anxiety about losing money in the stock market, or tension in one of your relationships. The body does not distinguish between emotional and physical triggers.