SuzTalk says you should stand love rather than fall in love. This means that you should be smart about love and maintain your independence. She discusses marriage, love, marital challenges, and the foundations for a healthy relationship.
Moms need to put their oxygen mask on before assisting others. Self-care isn’t selfish. It is self-preservation and necessary if we want to be of service to our children and our families.
SuziTalk posits that ignorance is the opposite of bliss because it allows people to turn a blind eye to social issues and human suffering. She strongly advocates that in order for us to improve anything in this world, we need to stop being ignorant.
We as people are starved, depraved of empathy these days, and we are desperate for connection. The loneliness epidemic has become a pandemic which is leading to drug use and abuse, alcoholism, depression, and thoughts of suicide. We need to start having more deep, meaningful conversations and show true empathy.
Words + Action can make change. We need to start apologizing for our wrong-doings, asking for help when we need it, and telling the people we love that we love them. We also need to back our words with action.
SuziTalk provides humorous insights on how kids toys are getting smaller and smaller and that this is becoming a real problem for parents because they have to find them, replace them, and oftentimes step on them.
SuziTalk says that longevity does not equal security in a relationship or a marriage.
Depression is pervasive, yet highly stigmatized. We need to have greater discourse about depression, what it looks like, and how to help friends or family who are dealing with it.
Suzitalk reassesses what a good man should look like. She says you deserve someone who treats you with love, respect, empathy and kindness.
SuziTalk says that the law of entropy is at work in her house. Her house is a mess, but that it is natural and OK. Moms need to stop feeling bad about the mess and the chaos. Just because your house is chaos doesn’t make you a bad mom.