Even Superwoman gets stretch marks
Presented by Sue McGarvie, the syndicated talk show host of ‘Sex with Sue’
HOW MODERN WOMEN CAN KEEP THEIR SANITY EVEN IF THEY CAN’T GET A HANDLE ON THEIR LAUNDRY.
Everything from being the domestic goddess, CEO, and Greenpeace volunteer to the temptress in the bedroom and lego-playing mom in the living room, this talk’s for any women who struggles to be all she
can be. It’s for all women who’s relationships are more e-mail moments than Hallmark moments, who still have chocolate emergencies, and consider a good day, when no one sticks to the floor in the kitchen. As a struggling Superwoman herself, Sue the CEO of an Oprah-like, Multi-Media Company with divisions in television, radio, new media, along with a chain of retail stores described as “the next Body Shop”. As the Canadian President of UNIFEM, the United Nations Development
Fund for Women, Sue works in a voluntary capacity with the United Nations -New York, raising money for women in development while all the time wondering what she’s going to serve for dinner. As the mother of two blue-eyed kids ages three and six and a hamster named Squishy, Sue “walks the walk” with this relevant, creative and side-splitting talk on the plight of women doing too much.
“STRETCHMARKS” IS THE HILARIOUS, AND CANDID LOOK AT THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE OF THE WORK/FAMILY BALANCE AND THE PRESSURE THAT MODERN WOMEN FEEL TO DO IT ALL.