Author Archives: Suzanne Clores

About Suzanne Clores

Suzanne Clores is a memoirist and fiction writer. She is the author of Memoirs of a Spiritual Outsider (Conari, 2000) and the founder of The Extraordinary Project, an online collection of our most unusual human experiences. Her work has appeared in Salon, The Huffington Post, on Chicago Public Radio, SMITH, The Nervous Breakdown, and in many trade publications. She has taught at Northwestern University and DePaul University, and has performed on stage in Chicago and New York. She lives in Evanston, IL.

Project Ex: Why I Talk About The Extraordinary and Why I Want You To Do the Same

Bona fide High Frequency Responder Suzanne Clores talks about the extraordinary experiences that bind us all. An extraordinary experience can stop your breathing, advance your heart rate, raise your temperature and even trigger the vagus nerve, leaving you in a heap, she says. And it’s high time we gave the ole amygdala some credit and embraced the weird. Cause really, it’s not so weird at all. It may just be science. Continue reading

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