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The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast On the Divorce Survival Guide Podcast we have open and honest conversations about co-parenting, separation, divorce, and the hardest question of all, should you stay or should you go?
Hosted by Kate Anthony, your Divorce Survival Guide.
Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle Divorce may be the end of one chapter, but it’s also an opportunity for a bright future. You are the author of the story of your life, get some inspiration from “Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle” the weekly divorce podcast that will keep you thriving as you embrace your fresh start! Hosted by Mandy Walker for Worthy.com
Conversations About Divorce Divorce coach and mediator Mandy Walker shares compassionate, practical, expert advice on moving from we to me, featuring interviews with the leading divorce experts on every aspect of divorce: making the decision, parenting, money, healing and recovery, the STBX and the legal stuff … we cover it all. You don't have to do this alone and you will get through this.
Divorce With Heart and Conscious Co-Parenting Gina Marie DePrima, Esq., is a natural born empath, energy worker and family/divorce law attorney. Gain a legal and healing perspective to all matters of the heart. Emotional unrest can be a catalyst to a brighter future with the proper foundation. Build a foundation for a more peaceful future. Gain clarity and solutions during your relationship family struggles.
Divorce and Your Money – #1 Divorce Podcast If you are currently going through a divorce or soon will be, Divorce and Your Money is the perfect podcast for you. The author, Shawn C. H. Leamon (MBA), is a professional and well-respected financial advisor and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. His podcast provides real-world practical advice, including tips and checklists to help women and men protect their financial interests and future.

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Relationship Advice: Dealing With Divorce Listen to these podcasts to gain some insight on dealing with divorce. It can be messy, stressful, and extremely mentally taxing, but these podcasts may be able to reduce the burden with advice from people who have all been there before. Vurbl Best of Sex, Sexuality & Relationships

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4/15/2023 The Divorce Coaching Show with Christy Mendelow “Divorce: Communication Matters” Don’t miss this insightful show discussing communication's important role in achieving a better future. The encore show focuses on how communication can affect the process of divorce and the decisions made during that time. Senior Professional Liaison of Our Family Wizard, Kevin Dorsey, joins host Christy Mendelow to share his experience gained through his work with the app about healthy communication and how it can be simplified, documented, and improved.
Please add this podcast to your library, rate, and review it. And share this and all episodes so others can benefit too. For more information about The Divorce Coaching Hour with Christy Mendelow, go to TheDivorceCoachingHour.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
60. How the Hell Can You Practice Self Care During Your Divorce? With Lynne Goldberg Co-Founder of the Breethe App "Self Care" can be MUCH easier than you think. Forget about the day at the spa or the daycation at the fancy hotels…those are great, but not everyone has the money and time!!   Here's something that EVERYONE can do. Meditate. Stay with me. Meditation does not have to be so "woo woo" and for people who spend their afternoon hugging trees. Meditation is a really valuable way to help you get your sh$t together, for lack of a better expression!   Listen to the calming voice and words from Lynne Goldberg, she's the co founder of the Breethe App, an app that's designed for the non meditator. You'll find quick and simple guided meditations that will help you reframe your mind and help you gear up for big moments in your divorce: signing agreements, mediation, etc.  Just TRY it…what do you have to lose??  And you have EVERYTHING to gain! To download the Breethe App, head here: https://breethe.com   And a note from our Sponsors: How Not To Suck at Divorce is sponsored by Worthy.   Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks.    With Worthy, you’re in control from start to finish. If your item doesn’t sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured.   And now for a limited time you’ll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/notsuck. (See website for terms.)   How Not To Suck at Divorce is also sponsored by Soberlink.  Soberlink’s alcohol monitoring system is the simplest and most efficient way to prove sobriety during parenting time.  As we always say, you’ve got this and we’ve got you, which is exactly why we’ve teamed up with Soberlink to give you $50 off your device.  To sign up and claim your offer, visit www.soberlink.com/notsuck

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Achieve Financial Confidence in Divorce Divorce is emotionally draining and challenging, especially for women not used to handling finances in their previous relationships. 

Working with a financial advisor who understands your situation and cares can help you set the right financial objectives in this new season. Not just a plan for the near future, but they can also create a long-term plan for managing your money and growing your wealth. Working with the right financial advisor can be an excellent approach to boosting your financial confidence during divorce and beyond.

In this episode, Jenifer Sapel is a Financial Advisor and the Founder of Utor Wealth, a company on a mission to help women increase their financial confidence and independence. She shares what she is focusing on as a financial advisor and how she creates financial confidence in women who are going through a divorce and don't have the confidence to handle finances. Jenifer also explains what independence means in the financial world. 

Topics Discussed

About Jenifer
How Jenifer guides women to financial confidence in divorce
What is independence in financial world
Reasons Jenifer started Utor
The people she is working with as a financial advisor
Two tips from Jenifer


About Jenifer Sapel
Jenifer Sapel ChFC®, WMCP®, founder of Utor Wealth, poet, mother, athlete, and begrudging lover of nature, is an accomplished financial advisor and 40-something who uses F bombs frequently. With two kids under 4 and caregiving for an autistic niece, she enjoys learning to love her size 14 body, laughing with tiny humans, and squeezing an audiobook in whenever possible. She is busy crushing the patriarchy by loving herself, creating solid boundaries, and showing more women to own and build wealth at her financial planning firm.

Connect with Jenifer:

Website | utorwealth.com
Linked In | https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenifer-sapel-chfc


About The Podcast
This podcast invites highly sought-after divorce professionals to share their guidance with all women listening. The intent is to share tips that affluent women can use to maintain their lifestyle during and post-divorce.

Hosted by Olivia Summerhill, a Certified Financial Planner, Divorce Specialist, and Money Coach who discreetly helps high-net-worth women in divorce with their financial questions.

Website | www.summerhillfirm.com
LinkedIn | www.linkedin.com/in/oliviasummerhill

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Investigating Grief and Isolation for Affluent Women in Divorce Grief is a universal human experience that can arise from losing a loved one or going through a divorce. It can be incredibly challenging and painful, filled with various emotions and complexities.  

Join us in this episode as we welcome Lizzie Pickering, a renowned Speaker, and Grief Investigator. Lizzie shares what she does as a grief investigator and her upcoming trip to the British countryside, a personal journey to find solace and healing in nature. Her favorite part of her work is providing a safe space for individuals to share their thoughts, emotions, and memories of their loved ones without judgment. (This includes your ex and the life you thought you would have!!) She understands the importance of creating a non-judgmental environment for individuals to express their grief openly and without fear of criticism.

Discover the power of grief investigation with Lizzie, and find solace in a judgment-free space.

Topics Discussed

About what Lizzy
A trip to the British countryside
The best part of being a grief investigator
Finding people who will not judge you
Importance of finding the right tribe to be around you for your new phase of life (after divorce)


About Lizzie Pickering
Lizzie Pickering is a Speaker, Grief Investigator, and Film and Podcast producer. Her primary work is offering Grief Guidance to companies through presentations, podcasts, and 1:1 sessions. Her unique advantage is that she is not a counselor or therapist (there are so many good ones). Still, she has 20 years of experience investigating responses to shock, trauma, and grief through her films, podcasts, and the years she spent caring for her terminally ill eldest child, Harry. She helps to translate and navigate the confusion around grief with reading lists, self-help practices, and knowledge of how to navigate loss and dramatic change.

Connect with Lizzie Pickering:

Website | lizziepickering.com
Linked In | Lizzie-Pickering
Instagram | @lizzie.pickering

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About The Podcast
This podcast invites highly sought-after divorce professionals to share their guidance with all women listening. The intent is to share tips that affluent women can use to maintain their lifestyle during and post-divorce.

Hosted by Olivia Summerhill, a Certified Financial Planner, Divorce Specialist, and Money Coach who discreetly helps high-net-worth women in divorce with their financial questions.

Website | www.summerhillfirm.com
LinkedIn | www.linkedin.com/in/oliviasummerhill
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The Impact of Divorce on Kids: Insights from the New Film, Split Up: The Teen Years with Christina McGhee and Ellen Bruno on Divorce & Beyond #296 This week on Divorce & Beyond, Susan Guthrie, Esq. welcomes back Ellen Bruno and Christina McGhee to share some of the deeply impactful takeaways from the new film Split Up: The Teen Years.  You won’t look at your kids’ divorce experience the same way after this one. 
Parents often wonder, “How is this divorce going to affect our kids?”  Split and Split Up: The Teen Years provide a platform for children to share their experiences. Joining Susan for a conversation about the making of and takeaways from Split Up: The Teen Years are Ellen Bruno and Christina McGhee.  
Topics and Golden Nuggets include:
Split and Split Up: The Teen Years document what goes on in the hearts and minds of kids as their families change through divorce
The genesis of the second film Split Up: The Teen Years and why it’s a great guide for parents and professionals 
How the two movies can be a comfortable starting point for open conversations with your children 
The choices we make as parents can frame, define, and influence the experiences our kids have – we can make the road easier for them 
“Your children’s story does not start with your divorce.”

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About this week's special guests:  Ellen Bruno and Christina McGhee
Ellen Bruno is an award-winning documentary filmmaker based in San Francisco. With a background in international relief work, Ellen’s films have focused on issues at the forefront of human rights. 
Christina McGhee, MSW,  is an internationally recognized divorce parenting expert, speaker, and author of the critically acclaimed book PARENTING APART: How separated and divorced parents can raise happy and secure kids and the founder of divorceandchildren.com.

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How Kids REALLY Feel About Divorce: A Conversation with Ellen Bruno, the Award-Winning Filmmaker Behind SPLIT
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MEET OUR CREATOR AND HOST:
SUSAN GUTHRIE®, ESQ., the creator and host of The Divorce and Beyond® Podcast, is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and divorce mediation attorneys in the country.  Susan is the Vice Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution and is a sought-after keynote speaker, business and practice consultant, coach and trainer. You can find out more about Susan and her services here:  https://neon
Getting Over a Lover – The Joe Beam Show You were "madly in love" but now it's over. At least it seems to be over. Whether you ended it or the other person did, you continue to struggle with intense emotions. Why are they still there? How long will they last? How can you get past them? When will you stop hurting? Love, Sex, & Relationship expert Joe Beam answers these questions with real life stories as well as the latest scientific findings.
Getting Over a Lover – Part 2 – The Joe Beam Show Part 2: You were "madly in love" but now it's over. At least it seems to be over. Whether you ended it or the other person did, you continue to struggle with intense emotions. Why are they still there? How long will they last? How can you get past them? When will you stop hurting? Love, Sex, & Relationship expert Joe Beam answers these questions with real life stories as well as the latest scientific findings.
How to Write a Contract To Stop Bad Your Spouse's Bad Behavior – Joe Beam Show People often ask if there is a method for establishing boundaries about negative or harmful behavior from a spouse.Yes, there is.One of the most effective is to write a contract that clearly identifies the unacceptable behavior and firmly establishes consequences if that behavior occurs.As simple as that sounds, we've discovered that many people have a number of questions about the why's, how's, what's, who's, and more.I've asked my friend and co-teacher at our workshop for marriages in crisis to join me for this important program. His name is Jeff King. He earned his doctorate at Lipscomb University. More importantly, he has years of experience helping people with marriage problems. Jeff is rather direct and goes rapidly to the bottom line. He won't waste your time.Join Jeff and me for this in-depth conversation that will give you the details you need to write a contract for your marriage that can have tremendous results.
How and Why to Forgive Tonight we will be discussing why to forgive and how to forgive. It is a choice…not a feeling. Harboring resentment? Struggling with anger? It's possible that while you may say you have forgiven, you haven't truly done so yet.It might be a parent, a spouse, or a friend that needs to be forgiven so you can move on with life.Or maybe that person you need to forgive is yourself.We'll be entering all names into our contest for 50% off our Marriage Helper 911 workshop to everyone we speak with live on air. We might be giving away some other goodies as well…
How to Become More Attractive with Kimberly Holmes Falling in love starts at the beginning of one path. We call it the LovePath. And there's actually a process that happens when people fall in love. It begins with attraction, but it's not what you think. There are actually four parts to attraction, and all of them combined lead to how attractive you are to others. This is not only crucial in saving your marriage – but it's crucial in all relationships. Listen in tonight.
How to Know When to Divorce Divorce isn't something to  be thrown around lightly. Know what you're doing before you do it.It's one of the hardest questions you'll ever struggle with answering. "How do I know when I should file for divorce?"You definitely don't want to file before you need to, but you also don't know how to respond if your spouse threatens divorce. How should you react? What should you do? Can you put off a looming threat of divorce? And when should you use it as a "wake-up call"? We will discuss all of this tonight, as well as your questions, on Marriage Radio. Listen in live at 9 pm CST at marriageradio.com or blogtalkradio.com/marriageradio. If you have a question, press 1 to speak live on air. Everyone we talk to on air will be entered into our monthly 50% off drawing for the Marriage Helper 911 workshop. Talk to you tonight!
The Power of Positive When a Marriage is in Trouble What do you do when you've tried everything but your spouse still doesn't want to save your marriage?We have several suggestions, but in this program we offer even more. We have a special guest whose husband does not want to salvage their marriage. She's done all the right things but he still wants no part of it. Yet she is the most positive person we've ever worked with.How does she stay positive?What effect does that have on her?What effect may it have on him?You can can call to ask her questions. Of course, as always, you can call in your question or comment about anything to do with relationships and Joe Beam will be there to answer.
How to Survive the Holidays Getting through the holidays while in marriage crisis can be hard. In this program Joe Beam offers several specific suggestions of things to do…and not to do…to get through the holidays without depression and with enjoyment.No, it's not magic. It takes work. But you can do it. Joe also takes your calls on any subject about relationships or marriage.
How to Tell a Good Marriage Counselor from a Useless One We hear the stories all to often."We went to a counselor about our marriage and it was the biggest mistake every. She helped alright; helped destroy our marriage!""As soon as the therapist discovered my husband was involved with someone else, he told us that he couldn't help us. That was it. Session over. My husband said, 'See, there's no help for us' and went to the other woman. Are there any counselors out there who actually help people in our situation?""Turns out our counselor had the philosophy that each of us should be happy and if that wasn't together, we should follow our own individual paths to happiness. What a load of crap from a so-called marriage counselor."Are there good marriage counselors out there? Yes. Are they always easy to find? No.In this program Joe Beam offers suggestions on how to tell a good marriage counselor from one who is useless and from those who are destructive to your marriage. Be sure to have something ready to take notes. Of course, you can listen to the program again later to pick up the nuances you may have missed.All who call in to talk with Joe on the program are entered into the monthly drawing for half-off the Marriage Helper 911 workshop for marriages in crisis. Many good marriage counselors from across America refer people to this three-day marriage intensive. The couple then returns home to complete their work on either salvaging or making their marriage good again with the counselor who referred them. Those who are not referred by counselors can either work with a Marriage Helper Certified Marriage Coach or use the principles Joe shares in this program to find a good marriage therapist where they live.Whether you have a counselor that you aren't thrilled with or are looking for a marriage counselor for the first time, this program will give you specific suggestions to help find the right one.
Learning to Trust Again – The Joe Beam Show If you are the spouse who has been hurt – or the spouse who did the hurting – there are key principles for building trust again in your relationship.The hurt spouse often feels anger, pain, fear, doubt, anxiety, and helplessness.The spouse who did the hurt often feels remorse, guilt, fear, desire, and helplessness.Sometimes the spouse who did the hurt wants the other spouse to forgive and forget rapidly…let's just get beyond this as fast as we can.Often the hurt spouse needs to talk about the pain, the fear of what might happen again, and to be reassured in many ways.Are there ways to rebuild the trust? Yes. Does it require work? Yes. Will there be questions that must be answered? Absolutely. Are there some questions which should not be answered? Absolutely.In this program we'll guide you through a process to know what do do, which questions to ask and answer, which ones to avoid, and how to overcome the fear that the hurt will happen again.You may call in your questions or comments during the program (646-378-0424) or email in advance to [email protected]
How to Be the Hero of Your Marriage Dr. Joe Beam will be joined by his wife, Alice, for this special program as they discuss How to Become the Hero of Your Marriage, and how Alice was the hero of their marriage when she took Joe back after their 3 year divorce. (Watch the video above for some special insight totonight's show…)What led to the divorce? What happened while they were divorced? And more importantly…why did she take him back? There's sure to be some laughs, some tears, and some exciting surprises! Don't miss tonight's special one year anniversary show. We look forward to talking to you.Plus…we're celebrating our one-year anniversary tonight!
Great Sex in Marriage – The Joe Beam Show You may have seen the statistics. One in five marriages are in the "no sex" category. That means they have sex with each other ten times a year or less. Another 15% are in the "low sex" category, which means they have sex with each other 11 to 25 times per year. That means 35% (or we can just round that to one out of three) married American couples between the ages of 18 and 59 make love to each other twice a month or less, and the majority of those are once a month or less.Notice that these aren't folks in the nursing home.Does making love this little have an effect on a marriage? On sexual health? On potential affairs? On use?Yes to all of the above.In this program, Joe Beam discusses how sex in a marriage is directly affected by the relationship the couple have. More than that, he discusses how to increase both the frequency of lovemaking and the enjoyment that both husband and wife can gain from it.For those couples where one spouse wants to do something sexually that the other is resistant to do, he offers practical advice about how to solve that problem to the satisfaction (emotionally and sexually) of both spouses.He also reveals the secret to changing bad sex (or even good sex) to GREAT sex.Call in to talk with Joe about specific questions you have about lovemaking, anatomy, or anything you wish to learn. No questions are taboo. (Proper language is required.) If you wish, feel free to use pseudonym to hide your identity. Use a fake British accent if you want, but be sure that Joe talks about what you wish to know by calling to talk with him during the program at 646-378-0424. The program airs live beginning at 9 p.m. Central on February 9, 2016.
What Is The SECRET Third Push? In this episode, "The Secret Third Push," we explore the push and pull concept in relationships. We discuss common reasons for pushing away and the differences between men and women who divorce. We encourage being true to yourself and provide tips for working on the physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual aspects of your life to improve your relationship. Join us for this insightful discussion on how to take control of your marriage. Don't forget to subscribe! Relationship Radio is hosted by CEO of Marriage Helper, Kimberly Beam Holmes, and founder of Marriage Helper, Dr. Joe Beam.Regardless of your situation, what we teach will not only make your relationships better, but will also help you to become the best version of yourself along the way.Relationship Radio is released every Wednesday and is an extension of Marriage Helper.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review. We love hearing from you!For more resources about your specific situation, visit marriagehelper.com.
Choosing Relationships | An Exclusive Interview with The Creator of The Chosen, Dallas Jenkins On Today's episode of Relationship Radio, Dr. Joe sits down with the creator of The Chosen, Dallas Jenkins, to talk about choosing love in relationships. Dallas is the son of celebrated Left Behind author Jerry Jenkins and is the creator, producer, director and writer of the international hit series The Chosen. He launched his career producing the independent feature HOMETOWN LEGEND at the age of 25 and shepherded it to distribution by Warner Brothers. In the nearly 20 years since then, he has directed and produced over a dozen feature and short films for companies such as Universal, Lionsgate, Pureflix, Hallmark Channel and Amazon.To watch The Chosen season 3, CLICK HERE!Relationship Radio is hosted by CEO of Marriage Helper, Kimberly Beam Holmes, and founder of Marriage Helper, Dr. Joe Beam.Regardless of your situation, what we teach will not only make your relationships better, but will also help you to become the best version of yourself along the way.Relationship Radio is released every Wednesday and is an extension of Marriage Helper.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review. We love hearing from you!For more resources about your specific situation, visit marriagehelper.com.
How To Better Your Sex Life In Your Marriage In this episode of Relationship Radio, we explore the relationship between marital satisfaction and sexual satisfaction. We start by discussing "pushes" and "pulls" in relationships and how negative emotions can impact sexual satisfaction. We also delve into the connection between pornography and sexual dysfunction, as well as the factors that can prevent people from having a healthy sex life. We then explore the root causes of a lack of sex and the problems that can arise when couples shut off sex with each other. Finally, we stress the importance of having an open and honest conversation about sex to improve overall satisfaction in a marriage.Sign up for the Spark Course here! https://marriagehelper.com/sparkClick here for more info about our workshops! https://marriagehelper.com/workshopRelationship Radio is hosted by CEO of Marriage Helper, Kimberly Beam Holmes, and founder of Marriage Helper, Dr. Joe Beam.Regardless of your situation, what we teach will not only make your relationships better, but will also help you to become the best version of yourself along the way.Relationship Radio is released every Wednesday and is an extension of Marriage Helper.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review. We love hearing from you!For more resources about your specific situation, visit marriagehelper.com.
Divorce Trash – what is it and can some of it be recycled? || Divorce Devil Podcast #122 || David and Rachel Wow!  Starting off with the wrong episode number, the high jinks continue from there.  With a rough outline, we were able to complete the task of relating divorce and trash in a single show.  Discussions of:Oscar the Grouch is divorcedA construction roll-offThe hips don’t lieThe dry sex towelPut lotion in the basketSome trash you manufacture yourselfUpcycle your trashNegative learningMake the outside of your trash car prettyDumpster diving by listening to our podcastRecycle trash – healing from traumaTexting and trashCarrying the trash too long before you put it in the dumpsterDivorce Waste ManagementTrash backpackRecycle binTrash from friends during your divorceStinky trashDonating the trashThe hoe phase is dumpster divingStart off with a little trash canDivorce trash – what a concept!  Knowing and realizing you have trash is half the battle and dealing with it is the hard work.  Take a listen and figure out your trash!Contact Divorce Devil Podcast-tweet us at @divorcedevilpodcast-Facebook us at @divorcedevil-Website: www.divorcedevil.netWant to talk to us, send us an audio message: PODINBOXWe'd love to hear from you.
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Becoming Mrs. Karen Stanley & Steps to Finding the One | S2. Ep 32 It's so common to think you don't want to get re-marry after being divorced – the idea of another marriage not working out can be overwhelming. But if you are open to the idea of marriage after divorce, figuring out who the right person is can be really scary, not to mention incredibly frustrating. This episode is an inside look at the author's story behind the best-selling book Becoming Mrs. Karen Stanley: The Single Mom's Guide to Creating the Life you Want. Hear how she created systems to find true love again, how you can use these same strategies and her journey to becoming Mrs. Karen Stanley. (Guest: Karen Stanley, Author, Life Coach)
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Divorce Is Not Your Identity | S2, Ep. 33 Once you get divorced, do you have to identify as divorced for the rest of your life? When are you just single or not married – just YOU? Why does every form you fill out anywhere you go ask if you're divorced? What if your divorce was years ago? We have to shift into the mindset that we are who we are, and that being divorced is not the only thing that defines us. This is the poignant fact that entrepreneur Leslie Kaplan realized and says it's what she wished she knew when it comes to divorce. Hear her amazing story and how she has successfully reclaimed her independent identity as a strong single woman. (Guest: Leslie Kaplan, Real Life Expert, Entrepreneur)
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"What if They Don't" Clause in Divorce | S3, Ep. 15 Have you thought about a "what if they don't" clause in your divorce agreement? Negotiating settlements are difficult by nature, and we're all concerned about making sure we get in all of the things the ex must do in order to abide by the terms. But one thing that can be extremely useful and important when divorcing a narcissist or difficult person is protecting yourself in any case where they do not follow the agreement. This episode goes through some great points on how to protect yourself in ways you may not have thought about otherwise. (Tracy Malone, Narcissist Abuse Support Coach)

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Tips to Protect Your Assets | S1, Ep. 54 Assets are a huge concern when getting divorced – who gets what, and how can you protect what's yours? Plus, do you even know what your biggest asset is? Spoiler alert – it's not your home! Be sure to hear everything you need to know on the best ways to protect what you've got. (Guest: Stacy Francis, Francis Financial & Savvy Ladies)
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Date Coach: "From First Date to Soulmate" | S2, Ep. 15 We know that dating post-divorce can be a drag and it's easy to get discouraged. But while you may be on the market to meet your new special someone, you may actually be focusing on all the wrong things! In this episode, you'll hear about the things that should be at the top of your list, versus the characteristics that you think may make someone the ideal partner. And spoiler alert – what you hear will surprise you! If you're looking to get back in the dating game, you definitely need to listen to this! (Guest: Julianne Cantarella, Dating Coach and Relationship Expert)
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#Divorce TV Show – Lawyer turned Coach and needing support from employers #Divorce TV Show – Lawyer turned Coach and needing support from employers Celia Conrad Divorce Coach talks about how she used to be a family lawyer and finds working as a divorce coach more useful for her clients. In our 'shared stories', Tej talks about support in the workplace when he was dealing with divorce.Best Way To Divorce: https://bestwaytodivorce.com Music Credits: May include:Bensound: Retro soundBensound: HappinessLino Rise: EvenshadeLino Rise: Wicked ViolenceLino Rise: Art By Telling Royalty Free Music:Piano Ballad DramaticPop Piano BalladLino Rise: Art By Telling Premium Beat standard licenseBe the One by Gyom Fesliyan Studios: Deep MeditationPurchase License Code:1163a4c2-0796-4d68-a283-11de69f45140
3/25/2023 The Divorce Coaching Hour with Christy Mendelow "Divorce: Financial Matters" In this episode of The Divorce Coaching Hour, host Christy Mendelow welcomes Karen King, a financial expert who specializes in divorce, to share her insights on "Divorce: Financial Matters." As the title suggests, the discussion revolves around the financial aspects of divorce, highlighting the crucial role of recognizing the financial assets and liabilities in a marital estate and comprehending one's financial standing both presently and in the future. Through this informative conversation, listeners can expect to gain valuable knowledge and helpful resources. Don't miss this episode!
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4/1/2023 The Divorce Coaching Hour with Christy Mendelow "Divorce: Bankruptcy Matters" With this show, we celebrate 200 episodes of The Divorce Coaching Hour with Christy Mendelow! We are deeply grateful to all those who have helped make this milestone possible. Our guest, Liza Greene, a senior associate attorney at Laura Dale and Associates, P.C., is with us to share her expertise on the impact of bankruptcy on divorce. It's crucial to understand how this financial matter could affect your case and Liza's insights in consumer bankruptcy and family law will help you make informed decisions during this challenging time.
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4/8/2023 The Divorce Coaching Hour with Christy Mendelow “Divorce: Communication Matters” Don’t miss this insightful show discussing communication's important role in achieving a better future. The show focuses on how communication can affect the process of divorce and the decisions made during that time. Senior Professional Liaison of Our Family Wizard, Kevin Dorsey, joins host Christy Mendelow to share his experience gained through his work with the app about healthy communication and how it can be simplified, documented, and improved.
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The Jewish Divorce Project – Ep: 61 – The Ex-Rabbi’s Wives Club (Part 1) This is a fantastic episode. We sit down with Eileen Ansel and Liz Marcus- two ex-wives of rabbis. With bravery, grace, and wisdom they share their experiences in divorce candidly and with humor. We talk about what it means to be seen as "other" and/or the "perpetrator" in the divorce; what true friends look like; what happens when the community disappears; the concepts of "unbinding," and "transactional memory." And we also discuss a letter Eileen wrote to a friend considering divorce after she had already been through it herself. The letter can be found on our facebook page at: The Jewish Divorce Project. Part 2 next week!
 
Eileen Ansel identifies as an adult child of her inner landscape, and of the north fork of the american river. she is a writer, poet, and internal deep diver. she has been called a zaphnath paaneah (one who reveals that which is hidden), and a ‘human emotional can-opener’. highly sensitive, intuitive, and attuned- eileen is a trauma survivor, cancer survivor, and mother- as well as the former wife of, and rebbitzen to, the number one pulpit rabbi in america. once upon a time, she was the proprietor of a show horse barn in sonoma, ran marathons as a charity fundraiser for the leukemia lymphoma society’s team in training, and was a content and literary editor for kirk douglas’s memoirs. eileen delights in homemade chocolate chip and sea salt biscotti, and feeling all the feelings available in this realm. she loves cats, architecture, listening to people’s stories, biplanes, walking in nature, and wild horses- not necessarily in that order. 
 
Liz Marcus is a full time nursing student, aspiring midwife, and mom of 3. She grew up in Boca Raton, Florida and currently resides in Riverdale, NY
The Jewish Divorce Project – Ep: 61 – The Ex Rabbi’s Wives Club (Part 2) Part 2 of a fantastic conversation with Eileen Ansel and Liz Marcus- two ex-wives of rabbis. With bravery, grace, and wisdom they share their experiences in divorce candidly and with humor. We talk about what it means to be seen as "other" and/or the "perpetrator" in the divorce; what true friends look like; what happens when the community disappears; the concepts of "unbinding," and "transactional memory." And we also discuss a letter Eileen wrote to a friend considering divorce after she had already been through it herself. The letter can be found on our facebook page at: The Jewish Divorce Project. Part 2 next week!

 
Eileen Ansel identifies as an adult child of her inner landscape, and of the north fork of the american river. she is a writer, poet, and internal deep diver. she has been called a zaphnath paaneah (one who reveals that which is hidden), and a ‘human emotional can-opener’. highly sensitive, intuitive, and attuned- eileen is a trauma survivor, cancer survivor, and mother- as well as the former wife of, and rebbitzen to, the number one pulpit rabbi in america. once upon a time, she was the proprietor of a show horse barn in sonoma, ran marathons as a charity fundraiser for the leukemia lymphoma society’s team in training, and was a content and literary editor for kirk douglas’s memoirs. eileen delights in homemade chocolate chip and sea salt biscotti, and feeling all the feelings available in this realm. she loves cats, architecture, listening to people’s stories, biplanes, walking in nature, and wild horses- not necessarily in that order.


Liz Marcus is a full time nursing student, aspiring midwife, and mom of 3. She grew up in Boca Raton, Florida and currently resides in Riverdale, NY
Disclosure: the what, why, when & how of disclosure for divorce or de facto separation. No matter where you are up to in the divorce or de facto separation journey, disclosure will be part of the process. Explore what it is, when you will need it, what it is used for and what happens if you or your ex don’t do it. This episode discusses disclosure for property settlement and childrens matters  in court, mediation and in negotiations. Explore what to do if you are feeling under pressure to provide too much disclosure and what to do if your ex isn’t providing enough. Learn about the process involved in looking at disclosure and what you can do yourself to keep your legal fees down. Learn about how to protect yourself if you are worried about your safety and disclosure. This episode comes with a handy downloadable guide click here to get it now —> GET YOUR FREE DISCLOSURE CHECKLIST GUIDE Please note this is general advice only. Please always seek independent legal advice as everyone’s situation is different.    CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR FREE DISCLOSURE CHECKLIST GUIDE Click here to learn more about your DIY DIVORCE BLUEPRINT Click here for our free before you leave checklist  Click here for our free mediation checklist Sign up here for our next free online webinar Waitlist for our self represent in the family court course   Podcast Episodes that are related to this topic   DIY Disclosure Episode Dirty Money Deeds Episode Pre Action Procedures Episode Disclosure: the what, why, when & how of disclosure for divorce or de facto separation. You Don’t Want to Miss Out On What is disclosure? When do you need disclosure? How to avoid racking up legal bills with disclosure? Types of disclosure documents How to present disclosure? How do lawyers go through disclosure? How to keep disclosure relevant What happens if your ex doesn’t disclose? What happens if you don’t disclose? What will happen if disclosure isn’t done before mediation? What happens if they are asking for too much disclosure? How do you provide disclosure? Does your ex get to look at your disclosure? How do you ensure privacy with your disclosure? Can you redact some parts of your disclosure? What is the process of sharing disclosure? Do you keep having to provide disclosure? How do you keep your legal bill down with disclosure? How can be disclosure be used in the Family Court? What if you see lots of cash withdrawals in their bank disclosure? What to do if you find out something in their disclosure that matters? What you might say to their lawyer if you find something in disclosure? Can you do property settlement without disclosure? Will the family court allow you to do a settlement without disclosure? What happens if you know they don’t have anything to disclose? Should you sign anything without seeing their disclosure? Do mediators or judges look at disclosure? How to present disclosure findings to the judge or mediator? What if you are overwhelmed and don’t want to do disclosure? Things to look for in your
Self-worth Vs. Self-betrayal Are you giving in when you should be giving up? Find out.
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The Importance of Avoiding a Restraining Order During Your Divorce – Men’s Divorce Podcast Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout, is joined by Cordell & Cordell Litigation Attorney, Ariel Peres, and Cordell & Cordell Senior Litigation Attorney, Gretel Smith. In this episode, the group dives into the importance of avoiding a restraining order during your divorce.
Together the attorneys walk you through an overview of where a restraining order may stand during your divorce, what you could be facing if a restraining order is on the table, and steps you may want to consider taking. While many times, a restraining order is warranted, there are some cases where they are instead used as a power move in divorce or custody hearings. Restraining orders can be very harmful to your case, it is important to understand and avoid them during your separation. The group also helps to detail what kind of restraining orders you may run into, how they would change the outlook of your case, and more.
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A Dad's Perspective: The Beautiful Hard Work of Co-Parenting, as Told by a Co-Parenting Dad; with guest Joel Leon Co-Parenting is hard work, but it can also be incredibly beautiful. This week, author Joel Leon joins Michelle Dempsey-Multack to share his experience as a co-parenting dad. Joel and Michelle look at things from a dad's perspective. Together they will educate listeners on:
What it feels like to be a co-parenting dad
Showing your children that is it okay to put yourself first
Having uncomfortable conversations with children
Teaching our children that they have endless people who love them
Being more intentional with your parenting time
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Shifting Your Mindset Out of Scarcity after Divorce Do you want to know what your deepest divorce Super Power is? Of course you do! Take my brand new quiz and discover more about yourself and the super power you possess that will take you through divorce into your dream life. https://thedivorcerehab.com/quiz-start-site-podcast Do you feel constantly stuck in lack, like everything could be taken away from you at any second? If so, you may suffer from a scarcity mindset. This harmful narrative leads you to believe that there are not enough resources available for you and that anything could vanish without warning.  Tune in to the ᴅɪᴠᴏʀᴄᴇᴅ ᴡᴏᴍᴀɴ'ꜱ ɢᴜɪᴅᴇ show — Shifting Your Mindset Out of Scarcity After Divorce. Key points covered in this episode:  ✔️ Embracing an abundant mindset comes in many forms.  It's not solely financial but knowing that prosperity and overflow are possible in all areas of life. Having an abundance mindset means having faith that there is more than enough out there and knowing you have all the resources available to you. ✔️ You are not your failed marriage or your past.  Your history, whether a failed relationship or divorce, does not define you. Stop allowing it to damper what you are meant to be. You are nothing less than light, love, and pure joy! ✔️ Let me remind you today that YOU ARE ENOUGH.  Every time wounds of the past become fresh with memories of abandonment, betrayal, and deep sadness, remember that you have released yourself from the people who did not bring out the best in you. It may be hard to come to terms with what and who you have lost, but all that has come to be is to create a more meaningful and beautiful future.  #divorceadvice #divorcecoach #divorcehelp ——————– Connect with Wendy Sterling: Website: https://wendysterling.net/ Instagram: @divorcerehabwithwendy Twitter: @thedivorcerehab Facebook: @wendytsterling  Order a copy of Divorce Sucks. Now What?: The 5 Steps to Find Yourself and Heal After Going From “I Do” to “I’m Divorced” https://www.amazon.com/Divorce-Sucks-Now-What-Yourself/dp/B0BVCWTFTR Need an opportunity to share your pain points and receive judgment-free support? Want to create a vision of a future after your divorce? Click here to schedule your Free Divorce Recovery Call: https://calendly.com/wendysterling/support-call-with-wendy?month=2021-07
77. Let's Talk About Alimony A significant issue in many divorces is alimony. While every case is not an alimony case where there is a significant disparity in the incomes of the parties, and where the marriage has been long enough, alimony is likely to be part of the conversation. Catch our LIVE show, Divorce Happy (Half) Hour, at 12:30 PM EST on Facebook, where we talk about all things divorce.

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No Fault Divorce One Year On It is a whole year since the introduction of No Fault Divorce under the law in England and Wales. In this episode, our host, divorce specialist financial planner Tamsin Caine discusses the impact this has had on couples going through divorce with divorce coaches Sue Palmer-Conn and Tom Nash and family lawyer Vicky Richardson.Dr. Sue Palmer-Conn is a Chartered Psychologist with a background in child and forensic psychology. Sue is a multi-award-winning professional divorce coach and the UK’s only certified discernment counsellor who has worked with more than a thousand men, women, couples, and their children over the last twelve years. Sue brings a wealth of knowledge about the emotional side of divorce as well as an understanding of the legal, financial, and parenting side. Sue’s experience as a psychologist gives her a great understanding of the human mind. She has experience of working with clients facing domestic abuse, narcissistic abuse, and coercive control.  Sue divorced at the age of fifty and subsequently built a successful academic career as well as her coaching and counselling practices. Since her retirement from academia, she has concentrated on supporting people through their divorce giving them the benefit of her personal and professional experience. Sue is co-founder of the Divorce Coaching Academy and The Family Transition Company.  Sue was voted one of the 100 most influential women in the UK for 2023. Tom NashTom Nash – aka Mr Divorce Coach, is an internationally certified Coach, specialising in Divorce, Separation & Family Coaching. He is a child of divorce, a divorcee himself, a father, step-father & successful co-parent of his own blended family. Tom works with men, women & couples, assisting in their emotional well-being, positive mindset and practical support through a clients divorce/separation. Website: https://mrdivorcecoach.co.uk/ Instgram: https://www.instagram.com/mrdivorcecoachuk/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrdivorcecoach/ Victoria Richardson Victoria is the head of the family law department at Aticus Law, Wilmslow, having over 20 years’ experience in the area of family law. She specialises in all aspects of family law including divorce proceedings, the resolution of complex Support the show
S24 Ep134: IF YOU CAN’T STEP UP AS A MAN…YOU WILL STAY LIVING IN YOUR VAN: Michelle Williams v Kelsey Damali Pt 1 Michelle says she's homeless because Kelsey stopped paying rent which led to them losing their apartment. Kelsey says Michelle cheated on him emotionally with another man.
S24 Ep135: IF YOU CAN’T STEP UP AS A MAN…YOU WILL STAY LIVING IN YOUR VAN: Michelle Williams v Kelsey Damali Pt 2 Michelle says she's homeless because Kelsey stopped paying rent which led to them losing their apartment. Kelsey says Michelle cheated on him emotionally with another man.
S24 Ep136: PUT A RING ON IT: Khadijah Hibbler v Brennen Freeman Khadijah says Brennen is a deadbeat dad who doesn't pay the bills. Brennen argues he pays his portion of the bills…the problem is Khadijah wants him to pay all her bills, too!
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What Happens When Your Divorce is Only One of the Difficult Things You Have to Manage with Author Laurie James on The Divorce & Beyond Podcast #295 This week, Susan Guthrie, Esq. welcomes Laurie James, author of Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go, to talk about how her divorce wasn’t the only hardship she had to endure during her divorce journey. 
In this episode, Laurie shares openly about the path she took from feeling alone most of her life to finding belonging following a very tumultuous time in her life. She walks listeners through managing her parent’s care and caregivers and coming to terms with the ending of her marriage. 
Topics and Golden Nuggets include:
Grief and grieving the loss of what you had and practicing self-care
Some of the challenges that were compounded during Laurie’s divorce  
“If you are divorcing later in life, it is the largest financial decision you will make in your lifetime. Fight for what you believe you deserve.”
What it’s like to get out into the dating world when you’re in mid-life
“Life can be beautiful after; you just have to endure the storm.”

 
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About this week's special guest:  Laurie James 
Laurie James is a mother, divorcée, turned author, and relationship coach. She also oversaw her parent's care for 14 1/2 years. Laurie’s book, Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go is about her eight-year journey when she was sent down an unwanted path after her mother had a heart attack and her husband’s lawyer delivered some shocking news. Sandwiched between caring for her parents, managing caregivers, raising four daughters, and a crumbling marriage, she had to reevaluate everything she thought she knew. It’s her story of finding belonging after spending much of her life feeling alone. Laurie is a free spirit and a lover of nature, skiing, sailing, and her adopted husky Lu. 
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74. Shaping Your Life for Success After Divorce with Jasmine Rice, Transformational Life Coach We chat with Jasmine Rice, a certified transformational life coach, best-selling author, and founder of Good Things Are Gonna Come.  Jasmine’s support is aimed at helping others feel empowered as they rebuild their lives following divorce or other major life transitions. We chat with Jasmine about crafting your life like a recipe, becoming more resilient, and how to have more positive thoughts.In this episode we chat about:
What it means to become resilient and how to achieve it
Changing thought patterns to get rid of negative thoughts 
Creating a successful recipe for your life
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Faith Join Dionne and Jackie as we talk about balancing divorce, dating and (gasp!) sex with a sense of faith and religious practice.
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Hang on, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!! Be patient with yourself. Adam, 40, has been divorced for about 1.5 years with two boys (8 and 11) currently navigating single parenthood and co-parenting. He is a semi-retired US Army combat veteran, and I struggle with PTSD, which, strangely enough, has served as a valuable teacher along with divorce.
Divorce can be a tough and emotional journey, and many people struggle to navigate the pain and uncertainty of it. In the "Hang on, it's gonna be a bumpy ride – Be patient with yourself" podcast episode, the host shares personal experiences and insights on how to cope with divorce and its aftermath. The episode gives listeners valuable advice and support on moving forward and rebuilding their lives.
One key takeaway from the podcast is the importance of seeking support from friends, family, or professionals. The host highlights the benefits of having a strong support system during this difficult time and encourages listeners to reach out for help when needed. Additionally, the episode emphasizes the value of self-care practices such as mindfulness, exercise, and therapy to help individuals manage their emotions and reduce stress.
Moreover, the podcast episode suggests that a positive and growth-oriented mindset can help individuals reframe their divorce perspective. The host encourages listeners to focus on their personal growth and to view the experience as an opportunity for a fresh start. This message of hope and optimism can empower those going through a tough time, reminding them that they can emerge from divorce stronger and happier than before.



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"I did not have any other choice but to choose divorce." Rocking Life After Divorce, is the podcast that provides inspiration and guidance for those who have recently gone through a separation/divorce. In this episode, Tiercy (51 years old) shares her divorce journey and how she found the strength to rebuild her life. Tiercy opens up about her challenges and offers practical advice for those in similar situations.
Whether you are just starting the divorce process or are in the midst of it, this episode of "Rocking Life After Divorce" offers valuable insights and encouragement for moving forward.

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In this podcast episode, Tiercy (51 years old) talks about how she transformed her life after her divorce and provided tips to help others succeed in their post-divorce life.

Divorce can be difficult, but it is possible to come out of it stronger and live amazing lives.
It's a choice you make; it's about your attitude, how you think about things, and reframing your thoughts.
Don't ruminate on the suffering and spiral downward. Choose to face reality and move forward.
Choosing divorce is hard, but if it is the reality, fighting it only causes suffering.
Focus on making choices that align with your goals and values and reframe negative thoughts.




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58. Should I Change or Keep My Last Name After My Divorce?? Inspired by a listener email, we bring you: "Should I Change or Keep my Last Name?" It can be a tough decision, but here's our bottom line: YOU DON'T HAVE TO MAKE A DECISION RIGHT AWAY!! If you're struggling with: Is it okay if I have a different last name than my kids? Will keeping my spouse's last name prohibit me from moving on after my divorce? LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE!! And don't forget, you have the option to keep your martial last name professionally, if that's the best decision for you, and you can go back to your pre marraige last name socially! As always, we suggest that you run these thoughts about your last name by your therapist to get their opinion.   And Andrea wants you all to remember to not forget YOU in this decision making process. So often, we are consumed by what's best for our children-which is clearly important-but don't forget about you.   Whatever you decide to do, just know that there's no rush in this decision.   And yes, Major Dick Zucker is a real story. I know…I know. Hope this episode gave you some insight and a little giggle.    Remember to join our private communities!! Patreon (for private listening and extra information) Private Facebook Community (for community and relatable content)   And remember friends, we are here for you, always. Please message us with any questions! DM us on IG!   You've Got This and WE'VE GOT YOU, Morgan & Andrea
59. Divorce Support for MEN Okay, boys, this one's for you! But girls, you should listen, too. There's some really helpful information given that we could all use! It's not just women who need community during a divorce. And it's often harder for men to ask for help.  On this episode we talk to Mike Rosen, who hosts a virtual support group,(that doesn't suck), weekly, through a non profit organization called Men Living. The power of knowing that you're not alone can help move somebody forward that's exactly why this group exists. Mike equates the group to an "umbrella in a rainstorm"…and we ALL could use an umbrella in a rainstorm.  So what's stopping you from checking this group out???  You can just listen on your first call, if that makes you feel more comfortable. This group is guys, just like you, from all around the world, here to vent, share, and help eachother through an exhuasting process.  Be proactive and start the process of feeling better. And don't worry, this group is completely FREE. NO strings, NO scams. Click the link below the calendar page on the Men Living site. The group is held on Tuesday nights. When you click on the "VIRTUAL CALL – SEPARATION/DIVORCE SUPPORTSUPPORT FOR THOSE WHO ARE TOUCHED BY SEPARATION/DIVORCE" there will be a place for you to register.  https://menliving.org/calendar-now/   So if you are wondering: Is there a divorce support group for men? How can men get free therapy? Where can I find a virtual support group for divorce? LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE!   And remember to add yourself to our PRIVATE communites: http://www.patreon.com/hownototsuckatdivorce http://www.facebook.com/thehownottosuckatdivorcecommunity And follow us on Instagram! http://www.instagram.com/hownottosuckatdivorce
Since we are so close to Easter, let’s talk about divorce, divorce recovery and religion…. Divorce Devil Podcast #121 Divorce and religion, where do they intersect and where do they not?  Rachel and I try our best to discuss the two subjects together and separately.  Topics of:Church is a communityHoliday churchgoersSometimes money talks in churchThe infamous ‘annulment’Divorce Devil Podcast Food TruckHoes gotta eat tooChurches need to be taxedSesame Street BibleLove God but also love yourselfGreat friends in youth groupChristian guiltPeople don’t live in your shoesHappy EasterScared StraightThe religious base from our parentsDivorce and religion can be harmonious or different as church and state.  You have to decide on your comfort zone of the two.  Happy healing and happy Easter!Contact Divorce Devil Podcast-tweet us at @divorcedevilpodcast-Facebook us at @divorcedevil-Website: www.divorcedevil.netWant to talk to us, send us an audio message: PODINBOXWe'd love to hear from you.
 
But this framework keeps you and your ex focused on your problems rather than the outcomes you want.
 
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Ep. 199 Alternatives To The Dreaded Drama Triangle Of Divorce With David Emerald Womeldorff If you’re going through a divorce, you’ve likely fallen into what David Emerald Womeldorff calls the Dreaded Drama Triangle or DDT.
 
But this framework keeps you and your ex focused on your problems rather than the outcomes you want.
 
So, what is the antidote to the toxicity of DDT? How do you shift out of fear and reactivity into creativity and empowerment?
 
David is the Creator-in-Chief of The Empowerment Dynamic and Cofounder of the Bainbridge Leadership Center. He is also the bestselling author many books, including The Power of TED: The Empowerment Dynamic.
 
On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, David joins Katherine to explain the concept of the Dreaded Drama Triangle, exploring how the traditional approach to divorce perpetuates the DDT.
 
David describes why we fall into the roles of victim, persecutor or rescuer in divorce and challenges us to leverage The Empowerment Dynamic as an antidote to DDT.
 
Listen in for David’s insight on applying TED to the circumstances of divorce and learn how to disrupt the pattern of DDT with or without your ex’s cooperation!


Topics Covered:
 
The concept of the Dreaded Drama Triangle (DDT) and how it works
 
What differentiates victimhood from victimization
 
How the traditional approach to divorce perpetuates the DDT
 
Why we fall into our roles as victim, persecutor or rescuer in divorce
 
How The Empowerment Dynamic (TED) serves as an antidote to the DDT
 
The TED roles of creator, challenger and coach
 
Why it’s challenging to shift our focus from problems to outcomes
 
David’s insight on applying TED to the circumstances of divorce
 
Disrupting the patten of DDT with or without your ex’s cooperation


Connect With David Emerald Womeldorff: 
Center for the Empowerment Dynamic
 
The Empowerment Dynamic on Facebook
 
David on LinkedIn
Topics Covered Connect With David Emerald Womeldorff 

Connect With Katherine Miller:
The Center for Understanding Conflict
Miller Law Group
Katherine on LinkedIn
The New Yorker’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce by Katherine Miller
Email: [email protected] 
Call (914) 685-9805


Resources  
The Power of TED: The Empowerment Dynamic by David Emerald
 
The Karpman Drama Triangle
 
Karen Horney’s Interpersonal Theory of Adjustment
 
Oprah Interview with Adele
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How DIFFICULT is DATING in The Modern World…Agree? On this episode of Divorced not Dead, Caroline talks with Erica Turner about relationships and dating. Erica is here to help you through the minefield of dating in this modern world. With 8 years as a dating coach under belt and plenty of hindsight let Erica save you time and energy making mistakes during the process of dating.  Produced by Dear Media
Surprising issues that are irrelevant in divorce & separation proceedings. So you can focus all your efforts on the things that your mediator, divorce lawyer or judge will actually care about. How do you know what is important in your case? Sometimes events in your divorce journey may really upset you and you think they are important but in the end it doesn’t matter according to the family law act.  You need to know what things are not important so you can focus on the stuff that is. This helps you make sure your affidavits and documents for mediation are focusing on the important factors.  In this episode a family law accredited specialist is going to cover things you might not realise don’t actually matter in the court’s eyes. Plus a famliy lawyers insight into a few things that REALLY DO matter to Judges and Mediators.   Please note this is general advice only. Please always seek independent legal advice as everyone’s situation is different.  If this information is distressing for you or if you need support in regard to sexual assault, domestic or family violence you can call 1800 RESPECT 1800 737 732 for 24/7 phone and online services. If you, a child, or another person is in immediate danger, call 000.  Click here to learn more about your DIY DIVORCE BLUEPRINT Click here for our free before you leave checklist  Click here for our free mediation checklist Sign up here for our next free online webinar Waitlist for our self represent in the family court course   Podcast Episodes that are related to this topic DIY Disclosure Episode Divorcing a Narcissist Episode   Surprising Issues that are irrelevant in divorce & separation proceedings. So you can focus all your efforts on the things your mediator, divorce lawyer or judge will actually care about.  You Don’t Want to Miss Out On: Does cheating matter in the family court? Does it matter if they’ve got a new boyfriend or new girlfriend during the divorce process? Does it matter if the other person constantly gets the kids looked after by a babysitter? What is no fault divorce? What is the clause called “first right of refusal.” Different routines at each house does it matter in family court? The court expectations about parenting styles and what doesn't matter? Does the court care if you both can’t agree on ipad time, tv, bed times. What does the court think about the other parent being 10 mins late for pick up and drop off etc. The lazy as an argument for property settlement and what the court thinks about it. What happens if your ex hasn’t done anything to support the household or family? Does it matter if you did all the renovations on your joint owned house. Does it matter if your ex earns more than you in property settlement and divorce? If your ex brought more money into the marriage do they get more money after separation and divorce? Does it matter if the family business loses money and it wasn’t your fault? What happens if you had no idea what was going on in the family business? Does it matter if the family business goes downhill after separation and isn’t worth anything? What is a negative contribution and how does it work in divorce and property settlement? What about coercive control and power imbalances in property settlement. What happens if you don’t follow the judges directions? What happens if you don’t file documents in time for court or mediation? The Family Law Act Section 79 for marriages Section 60 for Child and Section 90 for Defacto If your ex doesn’t give you disclosure what happens? What is the judge's view on non-disclosure?
Starting A Family Law Practice Efficiently – S3E13 Hey there! Are you a family lawyer looking to grow your practice without wasting your valuable resources? I get it, and I'm here to help! In this video, I will share three tips for growing your family law practice efficiently and effectively. But before we dive into those tips, let me share some of the ridiculous mistakes I made when I first opened my family law practice. First, I made the mistake of advertising that I did all kinds of law, making me look scattered and not an expert in any area. I also sponsored events where my potential clients were not hanging out and spent thousands of dollars on a buggy and slow website that nobody could find. And to top it off, my advertising looked exactly the same as everyone else's, which made me just another goldfish in a sea of goldfish. But I've learned from my mistakes, and I'm here to share with you the three strategies that have worked wonders for me in growing my practice. You need to stand out and be different. Think about what makes you unique and authentic to yourself, and use that to your advantage. Don't blend in with every other lawyer out there. Instead, focus on what sets you apart and makes you memorable to your potential clients. Secondly, don't be afraid to ask for a review when you have a happy client. Those satisfied clients can be your biggest advocates and help bring in new business for you. So make sure you have a system in place to ask for reviews and make it easy for your clients to leave them. Lastly, don't underestimate the power of Google My Business. It's free and can help you show up at the top of the search rankings when potential clients are looking for a family law practitioner in their area. So make sure you optimize your Google My Business page and ask for reviews there too. Here are some of the key takeaways from the episode:    (2:13) Why Advertising All Kinds of Law Can Hurt Your Law Practice? (3:56) How to Ensure Your Advertising Reaches Your Target Audience (4:19) The Importance of having a Fast, Responsive, and Effective Law Firm Website (7:00) Why Blending in is Bad for Business (9:22) How to Stand Out in a Sea of Look-Alike Lawyer Ads (10:42) How Reviews Can Help Lawyers Attract More Business (12:23) Why should you optimize Google My Business Page for Your Law Practice   By following these three tips, you can grow your family law practice efficiently and effectively without wasting your time, money, and energy. So what are you waiting for? Start implementing these strategies today and watch your practice thrive! Work with Val to start growing your family law practice now!    About Val  Val Hemminger is based in Westshore, British Columbia, and has been a family divorce lawyer for over 25 years. She runs two different podcasts, "Be The Best Divorce Lawyer" and "The Better Divorce Company."    With an extensive experience of over 20 years of having her law practice, Val understands what it takes to become a great lawyer who can manage the client's expectations and achieve what is in their best interest while maintaining a positive mindset with no lawyer stress.   Websites & Socials  Be The Best Divorce Lawyer LinkedIn Instagram  Facebook  YouTube
Episode 27. Happy Parents, Happy Kids With Brooke Deratany Goldfarb In this episode Elinor and Brooke Deratany Goldfarb talk about how you can have a peaceful divorce that leads to your happily ever after.  Brooke is an Attorney, Mediator, and Divorce Coach who practices in Melbourne, Florida.    You can learn more at Http://peacefulbeachmediation.com, Http://afriendlydivorce.com, or Peaceful Divorce Toolkit on Facebook.     Checkout:  Facebook Website: Afriendlydivorce.com Give Elinor a CALL NOW 954-415-5645
Episode 28. How To Save On Divorce Attorney's Fees: Six Strategies To Get the Help You Need Without Going Broke Elinor's guest in this episode is Esther C. Moore, a Divorce Attorney and Divorce Coach in Vallejo, CA.    Esther brings a wealth of knowledge and common sense ideas regarding  how you can keep your attorney's fees to a minimum.      You can learn more at www.allrisesolutions.com.     Checkout:  Facebook Website: Afriendlydivorce.com Give Elinor a CALL NOW 954-415-5645
Putting Yourself First After Divorce: The Importance of REAL Self-Care; with guest Amy Green-Smith Women are often taught to put the needs of others first, especially in marriage and motherhood. Divorce can give you a chance to really put yourself at the forefront and let go of any guilt associated with it. This week Amy Green Smith joins Michelle Dempsey-Multack to empower women on their journey of self-care and self-love. Michelle and Amy take a deep dive into:
Putting yourself first
Letting go of what society deems as "normal"
Pushing back against that inner critic so you can shine
Understanding behavioral defense mechanisms
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Episode #80: When the system fails with Nav Mirza, Founder of Dads Unlimited In this episode, Kate was joined by Nav Mirza to talk about his experience of divorce, what happens when the system fails and why he founded Dads Unlimited. Dads Unlimited is a men’s mental health charity working with fathers who have gone through family separation and male victims of domestic abuse. Its purpose is to help improve the outcomes for the men and the people they care for. Nav wanted to make life easier for dads in his situation, and provide the advice, support and community he didn’t have.Nav has a background in law having previously called to the Bar. He’s helped set up the Independent Police Complaints Commission; held senior positions from the NHS Chief Executive programme, as well as a host of strategic, tactical and operational roles from across Central Government, including the House of Commons, House of Lords and the Home Office.Coming up to the one-year mark of the introduction of no-fault divorce in England and Wales, which came into law on April 6th 2022, this episode is all about what happens when the system fails, and future reforms in this space. Kate began this episode by exploring Nav’s experience of divorce and the various ways he and his family were let down by the legal system and other public bodies. They explore positive reforms that have taken place since Nav’s separation, as well as future reforms that need to happen to help protect people in similar situations in the future. Nav also explains more about the wonderful work of Dads Unlimted.   Trigger Warning: This episode covers content that some listeners might find distressing including poor mental health, suicide and abuse.Organisations who can help:Dads UnlimitedYour local GPMind – mental health charitySamaritans – dial 116 123 or text SHOUT to 85258YoungMinds Crisis Messenger – for people under 19Is your life in danger? – dial 999Outside of the UK? Search for help here

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Divorce is Your Superpower Are you struggling to deal with and cope with your divorce? The feeling of fear and shame is eating your whole being, and you have no idea where to find help. No matter where you're at in the divorce process right now, this episode can help you! 

Your worst feeling ever can be the best gift you can ever receive.

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Power of Positivity in Creating Abundance after Divorce Do you want to know what your deepest divorce Super Power is? Of course you do! Take my brand new quiz and discover more about yourself and the super power you possess that will take you through divorce into your dream life. https://thedivorcerehab.com/quiz-start-site-podcast Positive thinking has the power to transform your life, no matter what your current circumstances are. Quantum physics tells us that we are all made up of energy. And energy carries a certain frequency or vibration. The more positive frequency we give off, the more we attract it. This means that you have the power to control what happens in your life. You get to manifest positivity into your reality, even if you’re going through a divorce. Tune in to this episode on Power of Positivity in Creating Abundance after Divorce. Key points covered in this episode:  ✔️ Apply positive thinking in your life. You can do this through visualization and gratitude. Be mindful of your thoughts and spin negative ones into ideas that serve you. ✔️ Positive thinking impacts your health and well-being. It encourages us to take care of ourselves more, cope with stress better, and prevent ourselves from falling into a state of depression. ✔️ Drink from the half-full glass. Instead of dwelling on the things frustrating you, focus on the good things you have now and what you can change. ✔️ Positive thinking builds resilience. You know bad things just happen. And it’s not the universe that’s out to get you. You’re able to make the most of what’s happening in the present. ✔️ You can always start over. Positivity allows you to wipe the slate clean, learn from your mistakes, and create something new. ——————– Connect with Wendy Sterling: Website: https://wendysterling.net/ Instagram: @divorcerehabwithwendy Twitter: @thedivorcerehab Facebook: @wendytsterling  Order a copy of Divorce Sucks. Now What?: The 5 Steps to Find Yourself and Heal After Going From “I Do” to “I’m Divorced” https://www.amazon.com/Divorce-Sucks-Now-What-Yourself/dp/B0BVCWTFTR Need an opportunity to share your pain points and receive judgment-free support? Want to create a vision of a future after your divorce? Click here to schedule your Free Divorce Recovery Call: https://calendly.com/wendysterling/support-call-with-wendy?month=2021-07
170. The Generous Prenup with Laurie Israel My guest on today’s episode is Laurie Israel. Laurie Israel is the author of The Generous Prenup. She is an attorney, consultant, and mediator, concentrating her practice on both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Many of my clients have had questions about how to handle finances when remarrying on partnering again after divorce, so I was excited to bring her on the podcast to talk about prenups and how they could be useful.And for those just considering a divorce, she explained how marital mediation or arbitration may be more effective than divorce court.Our conversation revealed that what is commonly assumed about prenups and what is talked about in the media and celebrity divorces isn’t the truth at all. Laurie pulled back the curtain on prenups and laws around money, contribution and shared her views about generosity and its role in relationships. Enjoy the episode!“What else is marriage, but being considerate to each other?…that's the key to it, really caring about another person.”“A lot of people are encouraged by the media, and what they’re reading to make money more important, and protecting your money more important than your marriage…that's the problem.”“There's a lot of pushback on my views by younger people like millennials, and they say…why shouldn't we have a plan for our marriage? You know, why should we take the risk? But the problem is that these people have not experienced what a long term marriage is. And they also don't understand what the laws about marriage and divorce and estates are.”If you want to start making serious progress in your dating journey TODAY, sign up for a coaching consultation call.Click here to ScheduleGet my FREE PDF Download: 50 Green Flags of a Healthy RelationshipFeatured on the Show: Laurie Israel Laurie Israel is an attorney, consultant, and mediator, concentrating her practice on both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. She works as a consultant and mediator nationwide. She previously practiced for 35 years in the areas of tax law, divorce, collaborative law, estate planning, probate of estates and trust administration, as well as mediation and, in Massachusetts, providing counsel for couples entering into prenuptial agreements. Laurie is one of the initial practitioners and developers of the field of marital mediation, the practice of using mediation to help couples solve marital problems and improve their marriages. Laurie is a former board member of the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation and the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council. Her writings include articles on divorce, mediation, marital mediation, and prenuptial agreements. Laurie’s FacebookLaurie’s TwitterLaurie’s Website Laurie on Mediate.comLaurie on HuffpostLaurie Israel in The Cut (New York Magazine) Why You (Probably) Shouldn’t Get a Prenup (Correction: On the podcast, Sade misnamed the publication as the New York Times instead of the New York Magazine)
How THC Use Affects Child Custody in Colorado | Episode 148 Now that THC is legal in Colorado, many questions are being raised about how the consumption of the substance affects custody. In this episode, we are going to tackle some of these important questions. Today on Divorce at Altitude, you will hear all about the framework we want you to set when it comes to the use of legal (and illegal) substances, why the use of THC isn’t necessarily a danger to the child, when it could be a danger, and the importance of understanding why it’s being used. The main thing to consider is how THC use affects parenting time and whether a child’s needs are being met. In this episode, we discuss the best way to prove whether or not a parent's THC use is affecting their ability to parent during their parenting time. We delve into marijuana testing, the associated difficulties, and why you need to stay educated and updated with evolving methods. This is an issue that is on the rise so be sure to tune in!Key Points From This Episode:Today’s topic of discussion: How marijuana affects child custody.The importance of setting the framework for parents using legal substances.Why you need to focus on what’s affecting parenting time. The health issues associated with smoking THC.The issues involved with THC testing in custody battles and the best way to test it. Why a parent has to prove that their ex-spouse's THC use is affecting their child. Why ingesting THC doesn’t necessarily mean a parent is endangering their child. The importance of considering reasons for ingesting THC and if the child’s needs come first. The dangers of leaving edibles lying around in reach of children. The importance of being educated on THC testing and how it’s evolving. What is Divorce at Altitude? Ryan Kalamaya and Amy Goscha provide tips and recommendations on issues related to divorce, separation, and co-parenting in Colorado. Ryan and Amy are the founding partners of an innovative and ambitious law firm, Kalamaya | Goscha, that pushes the boundaries to discover new frontiers in family law, personal injuries, and criminal defense in Colorado. To subscribe to Divorce at Altitude, click here and select your favorite podcast player. To subscribe to Kalamaya | Goscha's YouTube channel where many of the episodes will be posted as videos, click here. If you have additional questions or would like to speak to one of our attorneys, give us a call at 970-429-5784 or email us at [email protected]. ************************************************************************ DISCLAIMER: THE COMMENTARY AND OPINIONS ON THIS PODCAST IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT AND INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES AND NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LEGAL ADVICE. CONTACT AN ATTORNEY IN YOUR STATE OR AREA TO OBTAIN LEGAL ADVICE ON ANY OF THESE ISSUES.
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Turbo-Charge Your Divorce Recovery with Wendy Sterling on The Divorce & Beyond Podcast #294 Today on Divorce & Beyond, Susan Guthrie, Esq. welcomes Wendy Sterling to discuss her book “Divorce Sucks: Now What?” Together they help to turbo-charge your divorce recovery.
In this episode, returning guest Wendy Sterling shares how her own divorce was a gift and how the divorce process, while difficult, can also be an empowering journey. Wendy is an international best-selling author, leading Divorce Empowerment Coach & Healer, and the founder of The Divorce Rehab™. 
If you're going through a divorce or know someone who is, this episode is packed with practical advice and inspiration to help you move forward with confidence and hope. 
Topics and Golden Nuggets include
“Nobody walks down the aisle thinking they need a Plan B.” 
The divorce process sucks, but it can be an empowering process too. Wendy shares how her divorce was a gift.
Divorce requires a team, not just legal and financial support but emotional support too.
How Wendy’s mom's ovarian cancer diagnosis came on the same day as her husband asking for a divorce, and how it led to a parallel path in faith and love
Three of the biggest steps to jumpstart your divorce recovery: take responsibility, own it, and practice forgiveness 
It’s not about changing your ex; it’s about the change within.

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About this week's special guest:  Wendy Sterling 
Wendy Sterling is an international best-selling author, leading Divorce Empowerment Coach & Healer, and the founder of The Divorce Rehab™. She helps women who are having trouble moving forward and are tired of feeling stuck in pain, fear, resentment, anger, and guilt to find joy, self-worth, and freedom.  Wendy is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), a Certified Divorce Specialist (CDS), an Advanced ThetaHealer®, and a Certified Sound Healer.  She hosts her own podcast, The Divorced Woman’s Guide, and has been featured on NBC, The List, Daily Blast Live, and Good Day LA.
Wendy’s website: http://www.wendysterling.net/
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Title: Matt Slick Live 03-31-2023
Speaker: Matt Slick
Broadcaster: Christian Apologetics Research Ministry
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Matt Slick Live 03-31-2023 A new MP3 sermon from Christian Apologetics Research Ministry is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Matt Slick Live 03-31-2023
Speaker: Matt Slick
Broadcaster: Christian Apologetics Research Ministry
Event: Radio Broadcast
Date: 3/31/2023
Length: 48 min.

Title: Divorce: What the Bible Says
Subtitle: The Gospel of Matthew
Speaker: Gary LaPietra
Broadcaster: Faith Bible Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – PM
Date: 3/26/2023
Bible: Matthew 5:22
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Divorce: What the Bible Says A new MP3 sermon from Faith Bible Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Divorce: What the Bible Says
Subtitle: The Gospel of Matthew
Speaker: Gary LaPietra
Broadcaster: Faith Bible Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – PM
Date: 3/26/2023
Bible: Matthew 5:22
Length: 58 min.

Title: Oneness in Marriage
Subtitle: Mark
Speaker: Andrew M Davis
Broadcaster: First Baptist Church of Durham
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Mark 10:1-12
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Oneness in Marriage A new MP3 sermon from First Baptist Church of Durham is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Oneness in Marriage
Subtitle: Mark
Speaker: Andrew M Davis
Broadcaster: First Baptist Church of Durham
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Mark 10:1-12
Length: 44 min.

Title: Jesus on Divorce
Subtitle: Series – Matthew 2021-2022
Speaker: Richard Caldwell Jr.
Broadcaster: Founders Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Matthew 19:1-12
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Jesus on Divorce A new MP3 sermon from Founders Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Jesus on Divorce
Subtitle: Series – Matthew 2021-2022
Speaker: Richard Caldwell Jr.
Broadcaster: Founders Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Matthew 19:1-12
Length: 53 min.

Title: The Law of Marriage in the Gospels, Part 2
Subtitle: Romans
Speaker: Rev. Adam Brink
Broadcaster: Shenandoah Valley Reformed Presbyterian
Event: Sunday Service
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The Law of Marriage in the Gospels, Part 2 A new MP3 sermon from Shenandoah Valley Reformed Presbyterian is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: The Law of Marriage in the Gospels, Part 2
Subtitle: Romans
Speaker: Rev. Adam Brink
Broadcaster: Shenandoah Valley Reformed Presbyterian
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Matthew 19:3-9; Mark 10:10-12
Length: 51 min.

Title: Church Court & Protecting Innocent Spouse
Subtitle: Divorce & Remarriage
Speaker: Brandon Nealy
Broadcaster: Christ Church of Acadiana
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 4/3/2023
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Church Court & Protecting Innocent Spouse A new MP3 sermon from Christ Church of Acadiana is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Church Court & Protecting Innocent Spouse
Subtitle: Divorce & Remarriage
Speaker: Brandon Nealy
Broadcaster: Christ Church of Acadiana
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 4/3/2023
Bible: 1 Corinthians 6; Deuteronomy 22
Length: 45 min.

Title: On Divorce and Adultery
Subtitle: Matthew
Speaker: Dr. Michael Seufert
Broadcaster: Mission Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
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On Divorce and Adultery A new MP3 sermon from Mission Orthodox Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: On Divorce and Adultery
Subtitle: Matthew
Speaker: Dr. Michael Seufert
Broadcaster: Mission Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Genesis 27:14-29; Matthew 5:31-32
Length: 42 min.

Title: Marriage/Family Spiritual Warfare
Subtitle: Ephesians Series
Speaker: Rodney Queen
Broadcaster: Central Fellowship Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
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Marriage/Family Spiritual Warfare A new MP3 sermon from Central Fellowship Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Marriage/Family Spiritual Warfare
Subtitle: Ephesians Series
Speaker: Rodney Queen
Broadcaster: Central Fellowship Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Ephesians 6:10-20
Length: 60 min.

Title: Just Divorce?
Subtitle: Matthew
Speaker: Brian Williams
Broadcaster: Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Matthew 1:18-25
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Just Divorce? A new MP3 sermon from Mt. Zion Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details:

Title: Just Divorce?
Subtitle: Matthew
Speaker: Brian Williams
Broadcaster: Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Event: Sunday – AM
Date: 4/2/2023
Bible: Matthew 1:18-25
Length: 64 min.



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S24 Ep133: TOO YOUNG FOR THIS!: Miracle Hardy v Isaiah Hewlett Miracle's in court today, at the advice of her mother, to end the relationship with her cheating boyfriend, Isaiah. Isaiah wants to salvage his relationship and save his family.
Senseless Acts In Nashville This week the Denny, Amanda, Jamie, and Brayden get back together and talk about the horrific school shootings in Nashville TN.This was useless. That's all that needs to be said.
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Do you need a forensic accountant for your divorce? Do you think your spouse is hiding money from you during your divorce proceeding? You might need a forensic accountant like Robert Nordlander! Forensic accountants are experts in financial records and statements, and an attorney can hire them to testify about things like your former spouse's all-cash lifestyle, unusual spending, and unexplained purchases in court. In this episode, find out how to achieve the best possible financial outcome for yourself during your divorce.Need help from Robert? Contact him by visiting www.nordlandercpa.com.While the information presented is intended to provide you with general information to navigate divorce without destruction, this podcast is not legal advice. This information is specific to the law in North Carolina. If you have any questions before taking action, consult an attorney who is licensed in your state. If you are in need of legal assistance in North Carolina, contact us at Gailor Hunt by visiting www.divorceistough.com.
Coming Soon: Texas Divorce Talk Introducing the Texas Divorce Talk podcast! This podcast cuts out the fluff about divorce, dispels the misconceptions, and gives you the information you need to move forward, making informed decisions so you can have a quicker, easier, and lower-stress divorce.Find out more about Texas Divorce Talk by visiting our website.This episode's musical track is Vinyl Couch by Blue Dot Sessions.Podcast Update: Our planned launch has been delayed, but we're working hard to get everything rolled out soon! Follow our show in your favorite podcast player so you know as soon as our full episodes are released.Legal Advice Notice: The information contained in this podcast is educational only. It is not legal advice. Legal advice can only be delivered by an attorney who is working on your behalf and who is fully informed of all of the facts of your situation.
Introducing Texas Divorce Talk Introducing the Texas Divorce Talk podcast! This podcast cuts out the fluff about divorce, dispels the misconceptions, and gives you the information you need to move forward, making informed decisions so you can have a quicker, easier, and lower-stress divorce.Find out more about Texas Divorce Talk by visiting our website.This episode's musical track is Vinyl Couch by Blue Dot Sessions.Legal Advice Notice: The information contained in this podcast is educational only. It is not legal advice. Legal advice can only be delivered by an attorney who is working on your behalf and who is fully informed of all of the facts of your situation.
S17E24: Quittin' Time | The Further Adventures of TV Polygamist Kody Brown As we close out another season, Alicia wanted to update us all on a group of past profilees: the Brown family from TV's Sister Wives reality show. Where Kody Brown once had four wives, he's down to just one – but there's reason to believe that monogamy isn't suiting him.We are off next week to get set for Season 18! We'll be back with you Wednesday, April 5, with more Trashy Divorces.Want early, ad-free episodes, limited series, Zoom hangouts, and more? Join us at patreon.com/trashydivorces!SponsorsMau Pets. Get 5% off your cat’s new favorite cat tree, cave, ledge, scratching post, and more, while also giving your room a glow up! Visit maupets.com/trashy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Introducing: Bad Dates with Jameela Jamil Everybody has had them. Everybody can relate to them. And now it's time to laugh at them on BAD DATES, a hilarious new comedy podcast hosted by Jameela Jamil. Each week Jameela's favorite comedians, celebrities and funny friends share their epic and true dating nightmares and misfires. Like the tale of the guy who could only get frisky on top of a pile of stuffed "Garfield" toys, or the enraged beauty queen with food poisoning who chased her date through a kitchen window. There's even a bad date that involved gay Bigfoot. From the team behind the hit podcast SmartLess, BAD DATES will make you laugh a lot, cry a little, and cringe just enough. Because as we all know – the worst dates make the best stories. Listen to BAD DATES WITH JAMEELA JAMIL wherever you get your podcasts: http://wondery.fm/BadDates-TDHey Prime Members, you can listen to BAD DATES WITH JAMEELA JAMIL early and ad-free on Amazon Music. Download the Amazon Music app today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Will a Parent Coordinator Help or Hurt You? | S3, Ep. 14 Hearing that you may need a parent coordinator can sound scary, but it can actually help you in your divorce process. The skills and benefits a parent coordinator can offer can help you navigate the co-parenting situation and set you up for a successful future. Lawyer and LCSW Linda Schofel talks us through all of the ways this type of expert can be an asset for you in your divorce. (Guest: Linda Schofel, Lawyer, LCSW and Parent Coordinator)

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A Path to Peaceful Resolution with Jan & Jillian Navigating the tumultuous waters of divorce can be exhausting and at times infuriating. However, many couples are able to come to peaceful resolutions having little to no conflict with the help of experts Jan and Jillian.  Divorce doesn't have to ruin your life, but it will redefine it. In some cases, it may open old wounds and push you to find emotional freedom and hope through the trials. With the help of skilled professionals, experienced mediators, and lawyers, you can divorce differently and find a path to a peaceful resolution.
Let Him See That Child with Attorney Boyd For Jill and Joanna, family law was a calling. A call to represent the underdog and even the playing field for fathers. Both women have set the bar high in establishing firms that advocate for equal rights, parent time, and a voice is doing what's best for the child. Too often children are weaponized and used as leverage for money and control. Listen in as they share their journey through law and proclaim the battle cry, “Let him see that child.”
JBD Team Talks: The Business of CoParenting – It Is ONLY and ALL About the Kids Effective co-parenting requires keeping the children front and center – they are all that matters now. This requires letting go of conflict, competition, resentments about the marriage, and hostility toward the other parent. While divorce itself is not harmful to children, ongoing conflict between their parents is.  Your marriage has ended, but your roles and responsibilities as parents have not. Co-parenting during and after divorce can be extremely challenging and stressful. It is not uncommon for lingering emotions about the end of the marriage and conflict with your ex-spouse to spill into your co-parenting relationship. In this Team Talk, we will introduce you to the business approach to coparenting, a new and healthier way to define your relationship with your ex-spouse as well as strategies and tips for co-parenting more effectively and with much less stress. CONTACT JOURNEY BEYOND DIVORCE: Request a Free Rapid Relief Call at http://rapidreliefcall.com/ For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit:  www.jbddivorcesupport.com
Divorce Roadmap: Divorce Finances – 5 Essentials to be Financially Prepared Your finances are certain to change during and after divorce and therefore raise fear in just about everyone facing this transition.  Today we speak with Elizabeth Polizzi, a financial expert who specializes in strategizing around the finances of divorce.  She discusses how vital it is to be informed and educated in order to negotiate the best possible settlement.   In this straightforward talk, Elizabeth elaborates on the 5 Keys to preparing financially for your divorce.  She invites you to examine in great detail what you have, what you owe, what you need and what you want and offers valuable tips and the best way to negotiate your settlement.   CONTACT JOURNEY BEYOND DIVORCE: Request a Free Rapid Relief Call at http://rapidreliefcall.com/ For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit:  www.jbddivorcesupport.com
Introducing Texas Divorce Talk Introducing the Texas Divorce Talk podcast! This podcast cuts out the fluff about divorce, dispels the misconceptions, and gives you the information you need to move forward, making informed decisions so you can have a quicker, easier, and lower-stress divorce.Find out more about Texas Divorce Talk by visiting our website.This episode's musical track is Vinyl Couch by Blue Dot Sessions.Podcast Update: Our planned launch has been delayed, but we're working hard to get everything rolled out soon! Follow our show in your favorite podcast player so you know as soon as our full episodes are released.Legal Advice Notice: The information contained in this podcast is educational only. It is not legal advice. Legal advice can only be delivered by an attorney who is working on your behalf and who is fully informed of all of the facts of your situation.
S24 Ep130: ENDLESS ENTANGLEMENT: Kennie Jenkins v James Cambridge IV Pt 1 Kennie says James doesn’t help with their baby and his cheating past is resurfacing. James wants to save his relationship, but Kennie's constant lack of gratitude is taxing.
S24 Ep131: ENDLESS ENTANGLEMENT: Kennie Jenkins v James Cambridge IV Pt 2 Kennie says James doesn’t help with their baby and his cheating past is resurfacing. James wants to save his relationship, but Kennie's constant lack of gratitude is taxing.
S24 Ep132: MARRIAGE TO ME WILL BE THE SWEETEST TREAT!: Antone Youngblood v Ashley Hurt Antone wants to marry and start a family, but his long-term girlfriend, Ashley, isn’t too sure about marriage, herself. He believes she may be seeing someone else behind his back.
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Thriving After Divorce: How to Build Back Better After Divorce; with guest, Ilyssa Panitz Divorce can give you a chance to regain your power and find yourself again. This week Michelle Dempsey-Multack is joined by divorce journalist Ilyssa Panitz to help women let the past be the past and move forward in their new beautiful life. Michelle and Ilyssa open up about:
Doing the work to see what you are made of
Finding affirmations through music
Sometimes change can be good
Becoming the "victor" vs the "victim" in divorce
AND SO MUCH MORE

Ilyssa Panitz is the “only” Divorce Journalist in the media industry solely and “exclusively” committed to covering every angle of this topic so others can navigate this major life transition.Ilyssa writes a divorce column for “Authority Magazine” on Medium and has also been a contributing reporter/writer for a number of different outlets on the topic of “divorce.” Ilyssa also serves as the Content/Editorial Producer for The National Association of Divorce Professionals and was the former Co-Host of “All Things Divorce” on Clubhouse.On July 31, 2021, Ilyssa was able to reach an even wider audience through her role as Creator, Writer, Producer and Host of a nationally syndicated & live streaming radio show called, “The Divorce Hour with Ilyssa Panitz” that airs every Saturday and Sunday on CRN Digital Talk Radio and then on Spotify, Google Podcasts, iTunes, Google Home, Alexa, Amazon Music and Amazon Audible.Ilyssa’s prior experience as a Reporter/Producer was for leading media outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, 1010 WINS Radio (NY), WCBS-AM, New York-1 News, Westwood One, Star Magazine, Closer Magazine, and Meredith Publishing.Among the major news events that she has covered are The Tony Awards, The MTV Movie Awards, the Television Network Upfronts, the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, The September 11th Terrorist Attacks, The NBA Finals, and the 1994/1995 Major League Baseball Strike.While Ilyssa was front and center on a wide array of media assignments, she is perhaps best known for launching major entertainment publications, producing hundreds of “Celebrity at Home” photo shoots, and sitting down with some of the biggest names in Hollywood for exclusive, one-on-one interviews.      The evolution from Hollywood to divorce stems from Ilyssa's own personal experience with the divorce process and noticing no one else in the media industry was covering this subject on a daily basis.Being the innovator that she is, Ilyssa decided to fill this void by starting and developing the “Divorce Beat” to help people survive and thrive from this life-alerting shift.While navigating many of the hurdles that come with a divorce, Ilyssa has developed both an emotional and practical insight to this transition, which she is passionate about sharing with others.Ilyssa fully understands the ups and downs of the journey, and is making it her mission to help, educate, guide, empower, comfort, and build confidence to others going through this painful experience.Ilyssa Panitz is “THE” Divorce Journalist.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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