You’re Invited to an Evening with Sue Hannibal

California Medical Intuitive, and author of Amazon best-seller: Spiritual Compass, Practical Strategies for When You Feel Lost, Alone, and God Feels Far Away, Sue Hannibal, invites you to join her for an evening with Sue Hannibal. Discover how to Read Energy: Diagnose Yourself and Others Using Metaphor Language and the Chakra System. Wednesday, October 24th, […]

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How to Survive Shock and Emotional Overwhelm

Any serious loss, especially if it’s sudden, can be shocking. A serious diagnosis– being blindsided by someone you trusted, job loss, any kind of victimization can overwhelm us like a tsunami. Here’s how to keep your head above the water. 1) No matter how intense the emotional overwhelm is, know that you won’t die from […]

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Healthcare: A National Security Priority

When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941 and forced the U.S. into WWII, patriotism as well as shock ricocheted through the country. Men enlisted in the armed services by the thousands, women served in support positions and became flew supply pilots, Women Airforce Service Pilots, (WASPs); housewives traded their aprons for welding masks and built […]

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Nonfiction Author’s Association Interview

In July 2017 I was the featured author on the Nonfiction Author’s Association website. Here is the interview—nonfiction writers, take note. What is your book about? Spiritual Compass is part memoir and part spiritual guidebook for navigating “life 101.” It opens with a classic “Dark Night of the Soul” depression triggered by divorce and the […]

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Gangs and Bullying: A Virulent Societal Plague

Gangs and Bullying: A Virulent Societal Plague © SueHannibal.com  Bullying, whether it’s primarily emotional, physical, racial, cultural, sexually motivated or all of the above, is spreading through the world. Terrorist gangs, better armed and a more lethal version of street gangs, play by similar rules, killing anyone, including cops and rival gang members, to protect […]

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Hoarding: The Metaphors Behind the Madness

  “Eric” a successful businessman in his early 50’s, came to my office burdened with a shameful secret. He reluctantly admitted that no one had been inside his home for over a decade. Unlike many hoarders, Eric was not in denial. He nervously handed me a stack of photographs of his home and garage in […]

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Navigating Grief and Loss

Everyone wants to know how you’re doing. The answer can vary from day to day or minute to minute. Most people don’t know what to do or say. They want to show concern and support, but they’re afraid that if they do, they might cause more pain. Death, dying and grief in this country is awkward. […]

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Anger, Injustice, Unforgiveness and Cancer

Holding anger and grudges have biological consequences. They create anxiety, a form of stress, which contributes to the stress hormones cortisol and adrenalin eroding the ability of the body to produce T-cells, the “foot soldiers” of the immune system. According to this article, 61% of cancer patients have toxic loads of unforgiveness/anger/stress. This speaks to […]

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