This quote struck me: “An in-between place that trauma escorts you to. The gap between my life the day before—the me who was living her dream life, preparing to launch her first book and new program into the world—and the me now, whose beloved husband had just committed suicide”, from the book You Make Your Path by Walking.
In this interview we visit with the author of these words and widow Suzanne Anderson. We discuss losing her husband suddenly, the immediate aftermath, and her healing process through walking, spirituality and purpose.
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