Susan Suffes

Selected Works

An experienced teacher gives invaluable tips with humor and understanding.
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.
Two brothers, who harness tension to find business success, show how to do it.
Use brain power—with its appetite-suppressing chemical, serotonin—to lose weight.
A day when my grandmother and I learned what "looking away a little bit" meant.

Sample Works

Everything a New Elementary School Teacher REALLY Needs to Know (But Didn't Learn in College)
From setting up the classroom to handling equipment to dealing with parents: here is the invaluable guide that will help make the school year the most effective experience for all involved.

Sexuality and Dementia: Compassionate and Practical Strategies for Dealing with Unexpected or Inappropriate Behaviors
Despite so much coverage of dementia, there has been little written about this aspect of the condition. An expert presents facts and solutions with insight and compassion.

Tension: The Energy of Innovation
Instead of trying to release tension in the business world, the authors show how it can fuel change and promote success.

The Serotonin Solution
If you eat when you’re tired, to keep yourself awake, when you are upset, during the long days of winter, right before or after you go on a diet, after a tough day at work or any combination thereof, you are desperately seeking serotonin.

Look Away a Little Bit
The memoir appeared in the winter 2009 issue of Midstream magazine.

Instant Relief
Peggy Brill, a renowned physical therapist, helps you get rid of chronic and stress-induced pain. With 100 easy-to-follow, do-anywhere movements, you'll feel better from your head to your toes in just 10 seconds.