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Helping Overworked Women Practice Better Self Care w/Suzanne Falter
Episode 1624th May 2022 • SoloMoms! Talk • J. Rosemarie
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After her 22 year old daughter died of a medically unexplainable cardiac arrest, Suzanne Falter slowed down from being a workaholic.

Suzanne's daughter Teal lived a life that inspired Suzanne to slow down and learn to take better care of herself.

Through the Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women Podcast, books and speaking Suzanne helps busy women find joy through self-care.

Learn how Suzanne was forced to reinvent herself after concurrent losses in her life (04:05 )

Be sure to check out Suzanne's podcast, books, and website.

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