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Sue + John

Sue and John are fictional characters in The Good Mate book written by Jim Johnson and Evan Sorensen. Sue is an emergency-room doctor; therefore, she has a very stressful job. John recently got terminated from a high-paying engineering job and has started his own consulting firm at home. They have two children: a boy, Bradford, age 10, and a girl, Sally, age 8. John also has a 12-year-old son, JJ, from a previous marriage. While Sue and John are composites of real people, their in-session conversations stem from their interaction with their therapist, Evan Sorensen.

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Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 1)

Sue comes home late from the hospital.

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 2)

Let’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 2. Sue and John are having dinner.

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 3)

et’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 3.

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 4)

Let’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 4.

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 5)

Let’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 5.

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 6)

Let’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 6. Sue and John are out to dinner at their favorite fish restaurant with their friends Bill and Joan.
 

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 7)

Let’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 7.

Sample of The Good Mate (Chapter 8)

Let’s take a peek at Sue and John doing the Individual Daily Exercise and Checklist for Chapter 8.

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