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About Susan Ball
Susan Ball transcends the current support for survivors of toxic and abusive relationships who do not want to be defined as a victim even after they have left the relationship.
She facilitates her clients to not only reclaim their life before abuse, but gently champions them to design and step fully into a big, bold, blissful life of their choosing.
Susan’s exclusive Blissful Thriver program supports women to move out of Victim’Hood and into radiant, unconditional self-love.
The result is that they can attract the right people into their life, experience increased confidence to say no without feeling guilty and create an identity that is not tied to a past negative experience.
Susan is a skilled and experienced coach and NLP Practitioner, as well as being a survivor of an abusive relationship herself. She brings this intuition along with proven strategies to her work, much to her clients’ delight.
She is the author of Courage and Grace: Disrupt Your Victim’Hood, Embrace Your Blissful Thriver set to be released June 2017.
Susan is a regular contributor to Broken to Blissful Blog, Huffington Post, and dreams of living off the grid in her ‘Tiny Wrecky House’.
Titles By Susan Ball
The Ground Rules for Writers
is a quick and easy reference guide for writing your best fiction or non-fiction.
This guide is an excellent resource for solving all the pesky details messing up your hard work.
Fully Indexed with a detailed lists of common words that are confusing to use, and may be encountered in reading and speech.
The Ground Rules for Writers provides strategies for differentiating words that are close in meaning, usage, and sound. There are also rules for non-words that could puzzle anyone, even your grade two spelling teacher!
Punctuation may be at risk of extinction, but misplaced periods or commas can make your writing difficult to read or even appear unskilled. Check out our handy rules and put the punctuation exactly where it belongs.
The Ground Rules for Writers also delivers key rules for great Composition, enabling you to create your work with proper word usage and sentence structure. The truth is, the fewer grammatical mistakes, the better your readers will understand your work and the more they will enjoy your effort!
The Ground Rules for Writers is suitable reference text for anyone who has been out of school for some time or where English is a second language.
We all wish that wasn't true but most of the time the holidays plus family is a recipe for stress. How can we change that? What can we do to make the holidays less stressful and more enjoyable? That's a question many people face every year.
I'm Nikki Leigh, a Love Coach and the host of Ready for Love Radio. In November 2017, I invited Dr LeslieBeth Wish and Kristy Heart, a Life Coach to join me on my radio show and we discussed these topics and more. After the show we decided to put our thoughts on paper and to share them in the pages of a book. We also invited several other coaches to join us. We're also sharing a link to a replay of the show so you can hear everything we have to say on these topics.
Join Dr LeslieBeth Wish, Kristy Heart a Life and Business Coach, Raeeka Yaghmai a Dating and Relationship coach, Susan Ball a Women’s Freedom Coach and Self-Love Activist, Todd Creager a marriage and sex therapist and myself, a Love and Relationship Coach. We will each share our perspectives and our advise on a wide variety of questions about holidays, family, and how to deal with the ensuing stress.
These are the questions we discuss -
How do you describe what you do and how you help people?
Do we have to deal with family around the holidays?
Why are the holidays with family often so challenging for people?
What are the most common mistakes people make when they are with their family for the holidays?
What are common–and often dreaded–family behaviors?
What are the top tips for avoiding these traps?
What can we do to get through the holidays as a single person?
What can we do to get through the holidays as step parents?
What can we do to get through the holidays as newly divorced individuals?
How can we help children if we’re parents in a family that has been divorced recently?
What if we have family members that fit into any of these categories – what can we do to make holidays less difficult for them?
How do you handle family members getting offended because you don’t want to celebrate with them?
What can I do about feeling lonely at holiday time?
How do I handle my negative, meddlesome family members?
What if my family does not like--or does not include--my intimate partner at holiday celebrations?
I can't afford to buy everyone a gift, so what can I do to show that I care about them?
My family does not yet know that I have had a major life change, how do I tell them--and is it a good idea to do it over the holidays?
I've been cut off from my family for a while, so how do I reconnect?
I get very depressed at the holiday time, and I don't know what to do about it
Why am I still treated like a child whenever I go back home?
How do I handle nosy questions?
Is it even possible to have a relaxed holiday? How?
Who's responsibility is it to host Christmas dinners?
How can I be respectful to different cultures during the holidays?
We also included full contact information for each of the experts and there are links to some free gifts and bonus offers too. http://www.readyforloveradio.com/family-relationships-holidays/
You + JOY features several prominent healers who have graciously contributed their stories and Joyful resources. Throughout the book, the emphasis is on creating small, incremental steps designed to help you feel comforted while healing.
When you open your life to the possibility of joy, you awaken your spirit to opportunity. You + JOY is about getting to know you, the real you, strong, fragile, hopeful, concerned, and all the other aspects that make you unique and worthy of a happy fulfilling life.