Books That Make You Find the Path for Daily Direction, Whether You’re a Lady, a Mother, or…a Witch
How do you get back up after falling down, again and again? Suzie Newell is more than someone with a doctorate specializing in coping mechanisms for women. She lost half her family, half of her mind, and fell down hard, but she got back up again and again. You can, too.
Her book, The Path 365: Daily Direction for Ladies and Mothers, Witches and Others, is a guide to daily direction for everyone. In other words, it is not steeped in religion or specific spiritual teachings. Instead it uses real science to generate activities that foster a healthy mindset, building important feel-good hormones like dopamine and endorphins.
Suzie Newell has her doctorate specializing in coping mechanisms. She is a speaker and a nurse anesthesiologist. The work she did on substance abuse led her to the evidence — revealed in image scanning, peer-reviewed research, and practical science — about how the way one copes affects the brain’s ability to be happy.
The science points to something being there. Her philosophy is making that something available to everyone, regardless if they are hard-core on science, devoted to a religion, or spiritual in any way, shape or form.