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Overcoming Depression
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Sometimes a turn of events can shake our world in different ways we never thought possible. How we react can change the outcome of our lives. Our guest Suzie Humphrey is an expert at overcoming adversity, and she has tips to help overcome depression.
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The Staying Young Show: Susie Humphreys and Overcoming Depression

Susie has been fired, been broke, been disappointed, been a petrified expectant mother when she was 40 years old and lived her life with a passion for learning not only how to be better …..but to see things differently.
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Susie Humphreys
Suzie Humphreys’ background is as varied as her audiences…from administrative secretary to television talk show host, to 20 years in radio. She has hobnobbed with movie stars and politicians, interviewed the great and the “near” great. She has made motion pictures and hundreds of commercials. She has been fired, been broke, been disappointed, been a petrified expectant mother when she was 40 years old and lived her life with a passion for learning not only how to be better...but to see things differently. Humphreys is uproariously funny, blatantly honest and plain spoken. She takes her message to corporations and conventions, hospitals to classrooms. She lifts, jolts, and nurtures her audiences and they love every minute of it. Known as one of the most compelling speakers on the platform today, she takes her message from corporations to conventions and from hospitals to classrooms, reaching people of all ages and walks of life. Whether it’s the challenge of change or acceptance, in relationships or situations, in the home or on the job, Humphreys helps you rise to the occasion with all the vigor and enthusiasm that living this wonderful life demands. When she leaves the stage, there remains the unmistakable warmth of having been touched, and the unshakable affirmation that whether ordinary or extraordinary, through good times or bad, caught in mid-frailty or new accomplishment, life really is the greatest thing ever!

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