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
Handling Parenting Style Differences with Nina Cruz
Rarely do ex-spouses agree on how to best parent their children post-divorce. During the relationship there may have been agreements made that both parties agreed to, but living separately means those might no longer apply. These differences in parenting style often lead to disagreements and conflict, so what happens then?Nina Cruz is based in Sydney, Australia, where she works as a Parent Coach, Social Worker, and Meditation Coach. In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle we discuss how parenting style differences may show up in your life, how to cope with those differences, and best practices for addressing those differences with your kids.
Creating A Plan For Financial Freedom with Leah Hadley
"Budget" can sometimes feel like a scary word, or perhaps it just feels overwhelming. During divorce, it is important to come up with a plan that will help you reach financial freedom, as the reality of your financial situation changes. Financial freedom can mean different things to different people. Primarily, it is about having control over your finances and being able to manage your money by decisions you make as opposed to operating out of necessity. Leah Hadley is a nationally recognized financial empowerment expert, committed to providing personalized compassionate financial guidance through life transitions. In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle (https://blog.worthy.com/podcast/), we discuss what financial freedom looks like, how you can get started, and share helpful tips on saving money.
Overcoming Your Divorce Guilt with Tonya Carter
Tonya Carter is a Divorce/Relationship Exit Strategist, working with women to help them navigate through the process of uncoupling by providing support, advice, resources and tools that will help mitigate interruptions in their business, work performance and household obligations.In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle (http://blog.worthy.com/podcast), Tonya explains why feeling guilty is human, and we discuss strategies for how to overcome that guilt in order to achieve growth and emotional freedom.
Re-Inventing Yourself After Divorce With Alison Hall
In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle (http://blog.worthy.com//podcast), I speak with reinvention specialist Alison Hall. Alison is the founder of Change Agent Coaching for Women (https://www.changeagentcoaching.com/), and her work is primarily focused on helping women to confidently lean into their strengths, find their purpose, dump the self-doubt, and reinvent themselves to create the lives they want and deserve. In this episode, we discuss how divorce can be an opportunity for growth and reinvention, and the importance of a positive perspective.
How To Handle The Emotional Triggers Of Your Divorce With Theresa Lear Levine
In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle, I discuss the Emotional Freedom Technique, or Tapping, with Author and Energy Strategist Theresa Lear Levine.Theresa is an EFT Master Practitioner, Law of Attraction coach, and Energy Strategist. She’s the founder of Becoming More Me where she helps professional women to get out of their own way and resolve their innermost pains, traumas, and challenges so they can fully enjoy their success and present moments.
Preparing For Your Divorce, Whether You Wanted It or Not with Christine Joy Luck Sarno
When a marriage ends, the person who makes the decision to get divorced matters. The person who makes the decision gets an emotional head start and has more information ahead of the other partner. When a partner tells you that they want a divorce, this can be really challenging. You may go into the fright, flight, or freeze mode. This is especially challenging if the divorce request seems to have come out of left field.In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle, financial coach Christine Joy Luck Sarno discusses how to prepare for a divorce, emotionally and financially, whether or not you were the spouse who wanted the divorce or asked for the divorce. Christine is a licensed financial advisor who realized her passion was helping her clients became informed and confident stewards of their own money. Listen to our discussion now.
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Absolutely love this podcast. I found this podcast when I first entered into my divorce process. I’ve gotten through so many dark days with the help of this podcast. I want to thank all of the women on here for being brave enough to share your stories. Because of you I know that I am not alone.
Jennifer, host of the Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle podcast, highlights all aspects of relationships, divorce and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!