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Liv speaks with executive, mother, and author Geri Suster about handling relationship endings with grace.

The topic of graceful exits is one I think is important because, in my experience, many of us are ill-prepared for and bad at handling endings. Despite fundamentally knowing all things end, we live as if they don’t, so when a pet dies, a relationship ends, or we lose our jobs, we don’t always handle things well. More often than not, we make a big fat mess as we exit, creating all sorts of baggage we lug around for years, if not forever.

I don’t know about you, but that isn’t how I want to live my life. So, I’m beyond ecstatic to be having this conversation with Geri, and hope her message will resonate with you as it does me.

Meet Geri

Author Geri Suster

Geri is a:

  • Corporate America drop out after 25 years in operations
  • Raised two amazing young men on her own
  • Currently reinventing her life by living “home-free” traveling the country with her two dogs
  • Checking items off of Solo’s bucket list (Solo is her 13.5 year-old lab/shepherd nearing the end of life)
  • All of which is an elaborate ruse to avoid empty nest syndrome
  • A bit of an expert on exits
  • Currently writing her first book

Follow her journey on Instagram @gracesuster

Or send her an email


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