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The Beautiful Side of Grief

Release Date: 06/18/2022

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I think many of us are able to relate to being so busy we are almost numb to life, on auto, going through the motions, having high expectations of ourselves and what we believe others need from us  - and sometimes, in amongst all of that there's very little joy and happiness to be found. In this episode, my guest, Suzanne Falter, is going to share how it took losing her beautiful daughter Teal in 2012 for her to discover the healing power of self-care and she's going to share those insights with us.

She now hosts the Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women podcast and is the author of multiple self-help titles including The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care, and Living Your Joy - which I really like the sound of. Her essays have appeared in SELF, More, Fitness, New Woman, The New York Times, and O.

I love this topic because it resonates with my own journey. I am hopeless at putting myself and my needs first, as I am sure many of you listening are as well.

So We are going to dive into what self-care really looks like, why it's essential, and how you can introduce it into your life if you are not doing so already.

 

You don’t want to miss:

  • Some pearls Teal's diary revealed
  • What hitting rock bottom can do for you
  • The importance of self-care in your life

PLUS, find out how well YOU are doing with your own self care in the questionnaire link below!

 

Links and resources:

 

Suzanne's links

HOW’S YOUR SELF CARE questionnaire: www.suzannefalter.com/yourselfcare

Website: https://www.suzannefalter.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/selfcareforextremelybusywomen/

IG: https://www.instagram.com/suzanne_v_falter/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuzanneFalter

 

 

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Quote:

"I got this dramatic insight that I was really meant to completely change my life and become a better person because when you are dumped at the edge of life, suddenly everything becomes crystal clear, and that is the gift of death". ~ Suzanne Falter

 

 

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