Daniel Herrold, Founder of International Dating Club and Co-Founder of Divorce over 40 and Wendy Lowy Sloane, Executive Producer and Host of the What’s Up with Wendy celebrity radio show and podcast, announce their collaboration on a new podcast, Divorce Doesn’t Suck.
This new podcast will explore every aspect of divorce, including kids, finances, dating, sex, starting over, and more. Daniel and Wendy will share their experiences and fresh perspectives on their divorces, and how they were able to move forward and focus on the future.
Their guests will include experts in finance, dating, relationships, health and wellness, and more. Divorce Doesn’t Suck will appeal to people at every stage of their divorce journey, from deciding if divorce is the right decision to post-divorce relationships and re-marrying.
Introduction Launch Podcast
Find out why Divorce Doesn’t Suck! Meet Daniel Herrold and Wendy Lowy Sloane, hosts of a positive new podcast, Divorce Doesn’t Suck. In their premiere episode, Daniel and Wendy share stories about themselves, their divorces, and what their busy, happy, lives are like now. Their stories are very different, but the message is the same: you can live an epic life after divorce!
In upcoming episodes they will focus on finances, dating, sex, starting over, and more. Daniel and Wendy will share more of their authentic stories and ask their guests to do the same. They want to hear it all—the good, the bad, and the funny. But Divorce Doesn’t Suck focuses on the sunshine after the storm. It focuses on what could happen, not what happened. And their special guests—lawyers, financial advisors, therapists, and more—will provide the tools you’ll need to make it happen.
Michelle Dempsey-Multack, Certified Divorce & Co-Parenting Specialist
Michelle Dempsey-Multack is a certified divorce and co-parenting specialist, life coach, public speaker, and best-selling author. But most importantly she’s a mom to her own daughter and a co-parent to her stepdaughter. As the host of her own podcast, Moms Moving On, Michelle guides others who are dealing with divorce.
On this episode, Michelle talks about her best-selling book, Moms Moving On: Real-Life Advice on Conquering Divorce, Co-Parenting Through Conflict, and Becoming your Best Self. She’ll also share her experience about the importance of having a divorce coach as you begin your divorce journey, to help you make the crucial first decisions.
Rob Roseman, creator of WTFDivorce.com
Rob Roseman is an entrepreneur, digital marketer, author and creator of multiple outlets
discussing divorce. In his earlier career Rob was a Chicago futures trader, a Las Vegas
poker pro, and the co-founder of KickstartReading.com. More currently Rob is the host
of his own podcast: “Dad the Best I Can”. Through interviews with entrepreneurs such
as David Cancel, Chris Heller, and Nir Eyal, Rob talks dad tips and dad life.
Along with his popular podcast, Rob was also the creator of WTFdivorce.com. This is a
community of divorcees who share their comical experiences, relatable jokes and
advice about life after divorce. Rob’s main goals with his platforms is to help others get
through divorce, move onto dating, and most importantly pull your new self together
after what can seem like the end but most definitely isn’t. As Rob says, “most of us who
have gone through it, don’t know what the hell we’re doing!”
Melissa Needle, Divorce Attorney
Hiring a divorce attorney is the crucial first step in protecting yourself (and your children) as you navigate your divorce. It's important to get it right.
In our first of a 12-part series, Attorney Melissa Needle, partner at Westport CT-based law firm Needle Cuda, shares some valuable advice about hiring a divorce attorney. Daniel and Wendy talk to Melissa about what to look for when hiring an attorney, and Melissa explains some important do's and don’ts. She also shares her expert advice about how laws differ from state to state, how to avoid the mistakes most people make when getting a divorce, and more. Winner of multiple awards for client satisfaction and a top-ranked family and divorce attorney for more than 30 years, Melissa has provided “Guidance that moves lives forward” to countless clients, helping them safeguard what’s most important.
Amy Greene, co-founder of “Divorced Over 40"
Meet our guest, Amy Greene! Amy is one of the Co-Founders of DivorcedOver40 (@divorcedover40). She talks to Daniel and Wendy about her personal story, and what led her to launch the DO40 movement, life after divorce, healing, and moving on.
Amy Polacko, Freedom Warrior
Amy Polacko is the Freedom Warrior. She’s a divorce coach and journalist, whose writing about divorce and women’s issues has been featured in national media. In this episode, she talks about how she empowers women to create an amazing next chapter in their lives, after a divorce or toxic relationship. Daniel and Wendy discover that Amy’s both a coach and a cheerleader, helping women discover who they truly are, and encouraging them to start focusing on themselves. Her clients gain confidence, clarity, and the power they need to create a new vision and plan for their lives.
No nonsense, good insights
I love how down to earth Daniel and Wendy are. They mesh well and explore aspects of divorce (e.g when to date) that I haven’t heard before. I also like that you get both the women’s and then man’s perspectives. Their guests seem straightforward, too.
Keeping It Real
Love their conversations and perspectives on divorce. Great podcast!
REAL divorce talk 👏
Refreshing to hear this kind of candor and conversation about divorce.
Highly recommend to anyone thinking about divorce, going through it, or figuring it out after.