About the Author
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) defines psychological abuse as trauma to the victim caused by verbal abuse, acts, threats of acts, or coercive tactics. In “Sorrow to Shero,” Dr. Jeannita Bussle gives an honest look inside her experiences. When the unimaginable occurs, she shares how she was able to forgive and heal. Additionally, Dr. Bussle discusses the hard life lessons she has learned as a result of tragedy. This powerful memoir is a must read for anyone in need of hope. Although “Sorrow to Shero” shines a light on psychological abuse and the importance of mental health, it is also a vivid reminder that God always makes a way out of no way.
Dr. Jeannita Bussle has been a public-school educator for over fifteen years. Her expertise includes STEM education, socio-emotional learning, and college and career readiness. Dr. Bussle’s passion is to give others hope and empowerment by sharing her testimony. She believes that one reason God allows us to experience obstacles is so we may help others make it through.
Her education includes a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership K-12 and a Master of Education in School Counseling from Dallas Baptist University. She also earned a Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education from the University of Michigan-Dearborn, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Tennessee State University. Dr. Bussle is the proud mom of two amazing children. Being a mother is her first priority and greatest accomplishment.
Dr. Bussle's second book Let's Be Honest, Sis is set for release in December 2021.