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She Could, So She Did Podcast is a dating and relationship podcast that shares candid conversations about dating after divorce in your 40s.
About: Nadia is a lawyer that transitioned her career into marketing 10 years ago. She married her college boyfriend at 23 years-old. Three kids and 16 years of marriage later, it was over.

Nadia was newly single after 20 years. Navigating the dating scene in the dating app and social media era has been a journey. Now at almost 43, Nadia's approach to dating with a purpose has been a journey. Follow along and subscribe to get notified of new episodes! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shecouldpodcast/support

Dating After Divorce in Your 40s Nadia Policard

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She Could, So She Did Podcast is a dating and relationship podcast that shares candid conversations about dating after divorce in your 40s.
About: Nadia is a lawyer that transitioned her career into marketing 10 years ago. She married her college boyfriend at 23 years-old. Three kids and 16 years of marriage later, it was over.

Nadia was newly single after 20 years. Navigating the dating scene in the dating app and social media era has been a journey. Now at almost 43, Nadia's approach to dating with a purpose has been a journey. Follow along and subscribe to get notified of new episodes! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shecouldpodcast/support

    Dating When You're An Alpha Female

    Dating When You're An Alpha Female

    Can Alpha women date a traditional man? In this episode of She Could, So She Dating After Divorce in Your 40s,   Dr. Renee Matthews and host Nadia Policard discussing what it's like to be an alpha woman that wants a traditional man. Plus, how important is family influence when it comes to dating?
    About the Guest: 

    Dr. Renee Matthews is becoming a leader in the healthcare industry. She has spent the early part of her career as a medical educator and as a radio host for a satellite radio show.

    Dr. Renee Matthews was awarded the 2013 Friend of Mobile C.A.R.E. Award for her commitment to raising awareness of asthma in her current city of Chicago. In addition to writing about health, Dr. Matthews conducts speaking engagements on topics like social media, motivation, inspiration and provides business advice to start-ups and entrepreneurs.

    In addition to being featured in Ebony and Essence magazine. Dr. Matthews was a contributing writer for Good Enough Mother, Essence, MadameNoire and Black and Married With Kids, where she is reporting on health news and health care. In addition to her columns, Dr. Matthews has often appeared as a lecturer before various organizations.




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    • 22 min
    Getting Started with Online Dating in Your 40s

    Getting Started with Online Dating in Your 40s

    For many of us that are dating after divorce in our 40s, online dating did not even exist when we met our former spouses.  In an effort to "get with the times" and explore all of your dating options, you may be thinking about taking the plunge into the online dating world and you're just not sure where to start.  

    In this episode, we have Dawnne Nightingale-Amey, a marketing executive that used her marketing and copy-writing skills to write the perfect profile that generated an overwhelming number of responses from potential candidates.

    Dawnne shares her tips on picking the right profile picture, which apps to consider, writing your bio, and how to make that first initial contact.  

    About our guest: 

    Dawnne Nightingale- Amey is currently the CEO of Nightingale Consulting with 25 years of experience in Marketing as an owner, independent contractor, agency lead and  strategic partner. Dawnne is a passionate advocate and outspoken voice for many causes including mental health & wellness, bullying, sexual assault and voter suppression.  Her dedication to these issues has created a shift in her career to focus on Cause Marketing and Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives while pursuing a MA in Social Psychology. Dawnne is currently the VP of the board for Mental Health America for the state of Georgia.

    While her work life may be demanding, Dawnne considers her crowning achievement  and most important title to be “Mom”. She  is a dedicated mother of 3 (twin boys now 25 and a beautiful 16 year old princess) while being the  primary caretaker for her father.

    My motto: Lead with brilliance and beauty will follow.

    Favorite Quote: When people show you who they are…Believe them…. The FIRST TIME.

     




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    • 31 min
    Season 2, Ep 1: Manifesting the Love You Want with Danielle Faust

    Season 2, Ep 1: Manifesting the Love You Want with Danielle Faust

    Can you manifest the love you want? Manifestation and meditation are two real and powerful tools I believe can really be a gamechanger to anyone who is seeking a true shift in their lives.  You can manifest anything you want and believe in including true love!  Danielle Faust, podcast host of Manifest it, Sis! is a dynamic, intuitive certified life and wellness coach, energy healer, psychic intuitive and speaker will share with us how to manifest the love you want, the life you want, and the partner you want.

    Right in time for cuffing season and the holidays, Danielle will answer these questions for us:  



    What are the steps to manifesting your next true love?
    How important is it to identify what you want and how do you go about it? 
    How long does it take for manifestation to work?


    Danielle Faust is a dynamic, intuitive certified life and wellness coach, energy healer, psychic intuitive and speaker. From 1:1 consulting, speaking, blog and video content, and more, Danielle has found creative ways to inspire and promote spiritual wellness to women worldwide. Her podcast, Manifest It, Sis! is her newest platform to help guide women of color toward their best lives.

    In her own life she has manifested an interview with Oprah, medical miracles which she will share with us today, as well as her own dream life and hasn’t stopped there. After opening up to her spiritual gifts in 2017, Danielle has helped guide women through life on a deeper level through psychic/intuitive readings and mediumship as well as energy healings and reiki.

    As the candid voice behind OKDani.com, an award-winning lifestyle blog, Danielle's writing can be found across the web on topics ranging from spirituality and healthy living to parenting.

    Learn more about Danielle's coaching at bit.ly/manifestwithdani and her FREE 5-day manifesting breakthrough challenge at bit.ly/manifestin5.



    Danielle has been featured in Parents, Essence, Redbook, Health, Good Housekeeping, Forbes and more.

    Danielle, her hubby, and their two children live in South Florida.




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    • 31 min
    Episode #5: Grayson [Part 2]: What Happens When a Woman Earns More Than a Man + Can a Single Mom Teach a Young Man to Be a Man?

    Episode #5: Grayson [Part 2]: What Happens When a Woman Earns More Than a Man + Can a Single Mom Teach a Young Man to Be a Man?

    In our second half of Grayson Marshall Jr.'s interview, we pick up the conversation discussing the topic of income. What happens when a woman earns more than her man? How does that make the man feel? Also, we're hearing so much about the emasculation of men, especially when it comes to African-American relationships. Who's at fault and is this a real thing? Finally, we discuss Grayson's opinion on whether a single mom can raise her son to be a man.  

    Bonus: Guys, does your woman always have to bring her sexy? If she's all the way fine but wears "granny panties," then what? 



    If you enjoyed Part 1, get ready for part two! You might need a vodka water to calm your nerves as you listen in. 

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    • 30 min
    Episode 4: [Part 1]Can Alpha Women Date Alpha Males? + Letting Your Man Lead w/Guest: Grayson Marshall, Jr.

    Episode 4: [Part 1]Can Alpha Women Date Alpha Males? + Letting Your Man Lead w/Guest: Grayson Marshall, Jr.

    In our fourth episode of She Could So She Did Podcast, candid conversations about dating after divorce in your 40s, Grayson Marshall, Jr. The Metacognition Coach, joins Nadia to discuss a hot topic in dating - Alpha females and dating. Can an Alpha female successfully date an Alpha male or is that relationship doomed at the start? Also, is submitting to your partner important and how does a strong woman allow her man to lead? And finally, what happens when your partner wants to work from home or be a stay-at-home dad? 

    The conversation gets real on this one! 



    About the Guest: Grayson is the “Guy That Gets You To Believe In You”. He is a highly sought-after speaker in a number of disciplines. He has inspired millions across the globe and has been coined  “The Coach of Coaches." His audiences range from amateur sports teams to Fortune 500 companies.  He mentors a broad scope of C-suite executives and sports coaches and consults with professional athletes and military and non-profit organizations to implement and maintain best practices while monetizing strategies so they can stand out in their respective markets. Grayson has authored two books, Do Positive – The Keys to the Life You Always Imagined, and Maintaining Greatness – Managing your Gifts for Limitless Living. He is currently writing his third book, Your 2nd Half, the most important book of his career. 

    Learn more about Grayson here. 


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    • 31 min
    Episode 3: How to Choose the Right Man: Three Key Criteria From a Marriage Counselor and Author

    Episode 3: How to Choose the Right Man: Three Key Criteria From a Marriage Counselor and Author

    Our guest today on the She Could, So She Did Podcast- Dating After Divorce in Your 40s, is Dr. Shane Perrault, Ph.D! Dr. Shane is the author of the book, The Black MANual: Less Drama, More Love -- a Single Woman's Guide to Choosing Mr. Right. Whether you are single, divorced or widowed, and looking for Mr. Right, when you are an African American woman the rules are different.  You face a starkly different reality than your non-black counterparts. Nevertheless, Dr. Shane Perrault, Ph.D. (Dr. Shane) has learned “It is never too late to live happily ever after.” 

    In this episode, Dr. Shane shares the three key criteria that should be on your list when searching for Mr. Right and living your "happily ever after." We also discussed what can happen when a man earns less than his partner, and the importance of friendship in a relationship. You don't want to miss this one!    



    In 2004, Dr. Shane founded the African American Marriage Counseling.  Whether you just heard, "I love you, but I'm not in love with you," are trying to rebuild trust after a marital affair, need to replace distance with closeness, need to forgive (or be forgiven), or are trying to avoid separation or stop a divorce -- Dr. Shane employs Gottman Institute's research based methods to help couples develop the skills needed to hear (and be heard), resolve conflicts in a "win/win' vs a "win/lose" fashion, and speak each other's "love language" so that you can try and make peace with the past and get past the hurt.
     


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