Susan Abel Lieberman Susan Lieberman lives in Houston, where she teaches healthy people about the value of preparing for end-of-life long before a crisis arises. Previously, she directed a leadership program for undergraduates at Rice University and worked as an executive coach. She is the author of eight books, including Death, Dying & Dessert; Reflections on 20 Questions About Death; The Mother-In-Law Manual; and Getting Old Is a Full Time Job. To learn more about Susan and her books, visit susanlieberman.com
Lifestyle · Travel

Why We Love Houston

By Susan Abel Lieberman
By Susan Lieberman

Maybe Texans are needlessly prideful, but Houston’s can-do energy, along with its amazing variety of people, places, and restaurants, is stimulating and exciting.

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Lifestyle

Decoding “Wisdom”

By Susan Abel Lieberman
By Susan Lieberman

There are lots of less than desirable things about aging, one of which is that we come closer and closer to death. But, it seems, one of the lovely things is that we get released from the grip of "ordinary."

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Arts & Culture · Books · News

Sheryl Sandberg Made Me Cry

By Susan Abel Lieberman
By Susan Lieberman

An hour into reading “Lean In” on a plane trip home, I found myself crying. It hit me hard that I hadn’t leaned in, and instinctively I was aware that I hadn’t done so because I feared what it would do to my marriage.

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