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Shrewsbury: Library hosts author Gayle Suzanne

December 1, 2013

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Gale Suzanne is a certified professional coach. Because of hurt and painful situations in her own life, she has acquired the skills and training to help people with self-esteem issues or who have dealt with rejection, bullying, or emotional abuse. Her new book is called “It's in the Little Things,” and she will be speaking about the book at the Shrewsbury Public Library, 609 Main St., on Sunday, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m.

Growing up, Gale struggled with an alcoholic mother, emotional and sexual abuse, bullying, and countless rejections, but she has learned to work through these obstacles and now has a wonderful life. “My life is not without problems now,” she said, “but I have learned to look at life through a different lens.”

The book is about love – loving God, loving others, loving yourself. Gale firmly believes that through the little things, you can find the fulfillment you truly desire. She shares ideas and lessons that have had the most transforming impact on her life. Her stories range from lighthearted to deeply emotional, but all have messages about how to appreciate seemingly insignificant events and take minor steps to improve your situation.

The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library, and is free and open to all interested. Please register online at www.shrewsbury-ma.gov/library, or call 508-841-8531.

Details

Date:
December 1, 2013
Cost:
Free

Venue

Shrewsbury Public Library
609 Main St.
Shrewsbury, MA 01545 United States
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Phone:
508 841 8531

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