Susan Piver’s marriage was deeply in trouble. They had tried everything possible to try and fix their relationship, but her and her husband just couldn’t reconnect. It wasn’t until she leaned on her Buddhist faith...
Susan Piver’s marriage was deeply in trouble. They had tried everything possible to try and fix their relationship, but her and her husband just couldn’t reconnect. It wasn’t until she leaned on her Buddhist faith and the Four Noble Truths of that religion that she realized there are Four Noble Truths of love as well, and that changed everything.
Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of eight books, including The Hard Questions, the award-winning How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life, and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart. Her newest book is The Four Noble Truths of Love. You can follow her on twitter @spiver
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Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books, including the award-winning "How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life", "The Wisdom of a Broken Heart", and "Start Here Now: An Open-Hearted Guide to the Path and Practice of Meditation". Her new book is "The Four Noble Truths of Love: Buddhist Wisdom for Modern Relationships" (June 2018).
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