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Divorce provides a perfect opportunity to begin identifying and practicing new ways of thinking, being, and doing. Our Journey Beyond Divorce podcasts help you to navigate the shifting world that you currently inhabit, and utilize your struggles as stepping-stones that lead to inner strength, clarity, and confidence. If you are seeking personal one-on-one coaching visit www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.
 
What if your divorce was actually a gift? The Divorced Women’s Guide podcast aims to change the conversation around divorce, helping women (and men) start the new best chapter in their lives. After all, divorce can be more than a transition phase, it can be an empowering experience. And through the conversations on the podcast you’ll come away with a new perspective, so you can turn your divorce into the best gift you’ve ever been given.
 
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.
 
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Does Divorce Make You Happier? A question that I get asked all the time is, are you happier after divorce or, better yet, does divorce increase your chances of happiness? My experience tells how separation in itself is definitely a tedious, painstaking process. Regardless of whose choice it was or the reasons behind it, you do have the opportunity …
 
Raising Self-Reliant Children After Divorce – Episode 159 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most parents have concerns about how divorce will negatively impact their children. We want to do all we can to set them up for future success. Post-Divorce Parenting plans are a great tool to create self-reliance, resilience, and confidence in child…
 
Designing a Parenting Plan can feel daunting and overwhelming. The thought of it can trigger anxiety, confusion, and sadness at realizing you will no longer be spending time with your child or children every day. All of this is normal. When possible, it is best for parents to craft a Parenting Plan together. After all, you know your children and yo…
 
After 25 years of marriage, with three adult children, this was supposed to be our time. Yet we had married in our early 20's and over the decades grew apart until there was more contention than ease and no amount of couples counseling seemed to help. John shares his journey through conflict, self doubt and his deep desire to be amicable and protec…
 
Do you often find yourself coming back on Day 1? Are you tired of setting new goals and never taking off to achieve them? Do you get sick breaking the promises you make to yourself? We get you; this happens to so many of us. You will change your mind about food and your body in this episode as sought-after life, and weight loss coach Tanja Shaw sha…
 
Are You Seeking Closure? – Episode 158 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Closure is something many people struggle with after the divorce. We want our pound of flesh. We want the other person to understand what they’ve done. Divorcing parties are often seeking closure through the Court process though they almost never realize that is what t…
 
Welcome to today’s episode of “Mastering the Practices of Curiosity and Surrender” with my special guest Adina Tovell. As you enter and settle into your life after divorce, Adina invites you to consider where your thoughts take you each day...do you live in fear and judgement or do you slip into curiosity and inquiry? We examine the limits of one a…
 
If you feel like you are losing your mind as you enter divorce, I want you to know that it’s totally normal. Today I share what happens when you begin the journey through divorce and how your mental and emotional overload show up in your life. I discuss the changes you begin to see in yourself and why things like brain fog, ADD tendencies, short tr…
 
Be A Drama Destroyer – Episode 161 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Let’s face it, divorce or a breakup often includes ongoing, relentless, crazy-making drama. Conversations that you replay in your head about what you could have said or should have said. You may walk around seething with anger or frustration and your ex’s drama ends up rob…
 
Two Strategies for Winning – Episode 157 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Almost all high-conflict (and expensive!) divorces involve at least one party, and sometimes both, using a “negative strategy”. A negative strategy involves tearing the other person down, telling the Court what a horrible person or parent they are, and engaging in al…
 
When do you know that you finally need to CUT the KNOT? Lean in and discover the signs when divorce needs to be the right option. If these signals are prevalent in your marriage, the earlier you face this and accept it, the sooner you start your healing process and the better chances you have for a more amicable relationship. I am not advocating BU…
 
In today’s episode, You have the power to live your best life. It's time to use it” we invite you to consciously choose how you want to be in your new life. Today’s guest challenges you to notice the difference from your human experience and reactions and your spiritual ones. She states unequivocally that we each have all the power, all the abundan…
 
Understanding the Psychology of Divorce – Episode 156 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Why is there so much conflict in divorce? If the marriage is over, why can’t we just walk away peacefully and leave each other to live our lives? Having conflict is the flip side of the intimacy and connection in a marriage. Not caring would allow us to …
 
Have you ever thought about how YOU are the common denominator in all the relationships that didn't work in your life? Speaker and bestselling author Karen Stanley lifts the box lid and opens this idea to remind us how we must look inward and take the lessons from the pain and move on stronger from those exes in your life. Key points in this episod…
 
Divorce is a situation that brings lots of problems to solve. Big and small, we wrestle with them, trying to figure out solutions that will work to get the results we want. The way we approach these problems can make all the difference between a successful solution and one that creates more problems to deal with. In this podcast, Karen and Carrie e…
 
How to Embrace Your Inner Awesomeness! – Episode 155 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. If you are in a co-dependent relationship or perpetually have a victim mentality, then you are not embracing your inner awesomeness. Embracing your inner awesomeness is feeling confident, worthy, and empowered. This is easier said than done when you are g…
 
We were the perfect family that we were portraying to be on social media. Suddenly, it was that moment where I was lost and confused, asking what I was supposed to do when my marriage had to end. I've been with this man since I was 18 and I don't know life without him. While I was terrified and stayed in that mindset for probably longer than I want…
 
After 30 years of being together, Fiona decided to walk away. After decades of trying, dealing with broken trust, and becoming super angry, she decided enough was enough. Fiona shares her journey through rage, deceit, and financial issues as she learned how to calm her storm, come out in peace, and learn to trust her own decision making. Request a …
 
Divorce is complex and traumatic to all parties involved, especially for the children. Co-parenting adds a whole other layer of challenges, especially when behavioral problems arise in children and you're not on the same page with your ex. In this episode, I share the screen and engage in valuable conversation with Kimball Lewis, the CEO of Empower…
 
I’ve Been Served with a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. Now What? – Episode 154 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Domestic Violence Orders are, unfortunately, a very necessary part of the judicial system. But when you’re the one being accused, it can be very stressful, particularly when you feel like the allegations are false. Domestic…
 
For many of us once our divorce is finally complete, we move on to our next big challenges of co parenting with our ex, navigating our new finances and generally figuring out this new and unfamiliar chapter of life. Today's show highlights critical business that is often left undone, causing further struggle and frustration down the road. Our guest…
 
For the first 40 years of my life, I believed that I could change other people because I'm Wonder Woman. And lo and behold, it took my divorce and feeling betrayed to learn that all the love in the world was not enough to change him. Reframe what it means to go through betrayal and discover how the person you want the most can be the person that yo…
 
Today's topic is part four of our four part series on triggers. We're talking about after the trigger and what to do when everyone is calm. Sometimes the triggers are anger and frustration. Sometimes the triggers are guilt and shame and fear and all those other things. And those are things that get in our way and get us stuck and make it hard to mo…
 
I’m Self-Represented. How Do I Prepare for a Court Hearing? – Episode 153 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most people get nervous before Court (Here’s a secret: Even attorney’s get nervous!) Attorney’s often appear very smooth and well-spoken but what we don’t see is the hours of preparation that went into that one court hearing. It’s hou…
 
Whether you are facing debt as a result of your divorce or as an extention of other events that lead to your divorce, it is often drenched in guilt and shame. As a result, we often avoid or delay the inevitable which involves finding our way back to living debt free. We discuss the causes of and solutions to all types of debt with Leslie Tayne, who…
 
Are You Flexing Your Emotional Muscles? – Episode 152 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Let’s face it, when divorce first hits you, you often feeling like crawling in a hole and not coming out. We want to withdraw and shut down. When that happens, we become emotionally weaker and the divorce process requires emotional strength. So, how can …
 
For so many of us who went through a divorce, love is something that we dream of finding again. In this episode, Dr. Holly Battey, a dating expert, matchmaker, and coach, reminds us that, after all, love is still in the cards. Tune in as we talk about what it means to balance being selective and not being selective enough with your next relationshi…
 
We are in the midst of a series on triggers and today is How to Shift from Reacting to Responding when Triggered part III where we discuss how to shift from reacting to responding when triggered with Diane Dempster. Today we discuss four steps with triggers and how to reach real calm. The first one is recognize the threat. The second one is reclaim…
 
How to Win in Mediation – Episode 151 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. In our experience, no one truly wins in divorce. Everyone usually walks away from the process feeling like things were unfair or like they just didn’t get the outcome they were wanting. But the beauty of divorce mediation is that, unlike Court, you can find opportunitie…
 
Betrayal: Just hearing or reading this eight-letter word conjures up quite many emotions and beliefs within each of us. This is one of the deepest hurts that we can experience as it hits us right at the core of our ability to love and trust again. Those of us going through the end of a relationship and having experienced deception can understand ho…
 
Today we are talking about College planning...yet another alien ‘world’ parents have to navigate. As many of our listeners are still deep in divorce negotiation or just emerging from them, it is understandable that you might have ‘back shelved’ college planning for now. There are many time sensitive issues to consider and our hope is this episode i…
 
Presenting Documents to Win in Child Custody Court – Episode 150 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Understanding how to present evidence to the Court is where we see many self-represented people struggle. There are rules for what can present when you can present it, and how you must present it. In this episode, we’ll give you a few simple g…
 
More often than not, when people hear the word "litigation," they think of battle, war, or fighting. In this episode, I share the screen with divorce and family law attorney Evan Schein sharing his insights about the stigma around divorce litigation and how it isn't the horror stories we all read about and see on TV. Understand why often litigation…
 
The most important difference is the control you have over your emotions. When we react, it is an emotional knee-jerk snap. It is usually as a result of someone ‘pushing our buttons’. We can go from 0 to 100 in seconds. It is sometimes as if we are being taken over by another force as we feel the uncontrollable need to immediately and vehemently at…
 
After over two decades with her partner, Annabel was informed that he no longer wanted to be in a relationship with her. On top of the typical challenges of divorce, the UK does not provide any financial security when a long term relationship ends, no divorce proceeding, no negotiation. Annabel shares how she and her partner lived a financial comfo…
 
You ASK, Wendy Answers! Question: How do you remind yourself to stop focusing on the past and putting energy into your new story? We grew up with family, friends, and other people who helped us create many stories that we now continuously have on repeat in our minds. They have become truths that we revert to for a long time. Staying in the past can…
 
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