Pretty Wellness Founder, Author and Stage IV Breast Cancer Survivor, Caryn Sullivan To Speak At Fairfield U Bookstore on Oct. 17

Positivity and hope shine in wellness expert Caryn Sullivan’s debut cancer guide journal, Happiness Through Hardship: A Guide and Journal for Cancer Survivors, Their Caregivers and Friends During an Initial Diagnosis. Sullivan will speak at the Fairfield University Bookstore on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. on the 2nd floor. The talk, free and open to the public, is in partnership with the Norma Pfreim Breast Center of Fairfield taking place during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. RSVPs to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. are requested, but walk-ins are welcome.

As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Sullivan knows how challenging those first few weeks can be and she designed this book based on what she wished she had after her initial diagnosis - a short, informative read with easy-to-digest tips alongside a journal for her unfolding thoughts and a place for doctor’s visit notes. This book empowers and supplies readers with ways to take immediate steps so they are prepared, less stressed and able to find joy in their journey, providing readers with thoughtful tips and anecdotes that will provide support from the first few days through the thick of treatments.

Half of the net profits of this book are being donated to metastatic breast cancer research through The Cancer Couch Foundation.

Caryn Sullivan is a healthy lifestyle expert and two-time cancer survivor who always finds a reason to smile. She found Pretty Wellness, a company focused on inspiring people to take small steps toward better health after her stage IV diagnoses. Caryn loves to motivate people to thrive in their lives by taking small steps toward better health. She has been seen on The Dr. Oz Show, Home & Family and is a regular wellness contributor to WTNH-TV. A resident of Connecticut with her husband and son, she loves green juices, beach walks and watching Major League Baseball (MLB) games with family and friends. Find out more at

Copies of Happiness Through Hardship will be available for purchase/signing at the Downtown Bookstore event.

The Fairfield University Bookstore Downtown is located at 1499 Post Road, Fairfield, Conn. For more information, phone (203) 255-7756.


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