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 Jennifer Butler for Worthy.com
Finding Joy With Jennifer Butler
Ladies, start your engines! Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle is back for its second season with our amazing new host, Jennifer Butler. In this mini-episode, you will be introduced to Jennifer by our Director of PR and Partnerships, Judy Herbst.
After almost exactly a year of writing for Worthy, sharing her expertise and experience, Jennifer has agreed to host this podcast that we are so proud of. We all have so much to learn from Jennifer as she has gone through the challenging transitions that come with divorce, loss, relocation, career changes and more.
Tune in to season 2 for as Jennifer leads us through an exciting lineup of guests with expertise in finance, relationships, career, self-love, wellness and more! It all begins with Dr. Kristen Davin, an esteemed therapist specializing in divorce, marriage, dating, life transitions, and relationships. She will be talking a bit about our new study Jumping in: Dating After Divorce in 2019 and how to trust again after being betrayed in a relationship.
Remember Worthy Women, this podcast is for YOU. If you have feedback or fresh topics that you would like us to address, email us at email@example.com.
Introduction: Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle
Divorce is the end of one chapter, but it’s also an opportunity to create the life you always dreamed of. You are the author of the story of your life, so get some inspiration from “Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle!” The divorce podcast that will keep you thriving as you embrace your fresh start!
Dating After Divorce: 8 Guiding Questions
Dr. Kristin Davin, also known as “Dr.D” joins us to discuss dating after divorce and provides us with 8 guiding questions to get ready to date again after a toxic marriage, infidelity, or any other form of unhealthy relationship. Get ready to challenge yourself, confront your doubts and set yourself up for success in your future relationships!
Kickass Single Moms
To kickoff your new favorite Divorce podcast we invited the #1 Kickass Single Mom: Emma Johnson!
It's time to take a moment to consider how Worthy you are. You may feel beaten up by your circumstances, but you are not the victim in your story...you're the star! Emma talks about how she applied this kind of thinking to her own life, and how it allowed her to launch a wildly successful career, raise two amazing kids, and make room for healthy and fulfilling romance.
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The Sisterhood of Divorce
This week Elise Pettus, creator of Untied.net joins us to share her divorce journey and how it brought her to create a dynamic site and community full of resources and support for divorced women.
Dating and Love After Divorce
Laura Lifshitz knows that when you’re a single mom looking for love it can be easy to feel defeated.
You’ve been hurt before, you’ve got enough on your plate, and you might just not be ready yet!
No matter where you are in your own journey this episode is for you. Laura reminds us that it’s worth it to get unstuck!
You are becoming your best self, and you’re equipped with experience that helps you know what you want and need!
Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org and find out more at https://www.worthy.com/podcast
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!
Wanted to like this, but...
Um, no. I wanted to like this but literally cringed after listening to 15 minutes of the first episode. Hearing the guest talk about her white privilege while saying she couldn’t relate to forums or resources for divorced moms, because they were too targeted to “poorer” divorced women was just too much for me. There were so many hints of elitism and otherism described in this episode. Also the advice discussed is important for everyone to hear if you’re going through a divorce. But if you’re not acknowledging the disparities in income inequality and challenges facing minority divorced and single mothers, you’re cutting out a lot of people from the discussion. No thanks.
The episode on “personality disorders” is incredibly offensive. As someone with depression who is contemplating divorce, the notion that my husband should be documenting my symptoms, like sleeping a lot, and using them against me in a custody battle make me want to throw up. What a terribly one-sided look at these issues.