5 episodes

Welcome to Happily Ever After… the podcast that talks about the mysterious world of divorce and uncoupling, and living Happily Ever After heartbreak.

I am your host Hannah Harvey. I am a writer and an award winning blogger. I am also the founder of the divorce retreat, Heartache Hall, which you can find at Heartachehall.com.

It would make my day if you could subscribe and leave a review so more people can find this podcast! I would also love to hear from you, so contact me through instagram @HHarveywrites with your stories of divorce and heartbreak, any thoughts you have on the episode or even questions you may want answering. You can find all the details from this episode in the show notes.

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    • Health & Fitness

Welcome to Happily Ever After… the podcast that talks about the mysterious world of divorce and uncoupling, and living Happily Ever After heartbreak.

I am your host Hannah Harvey. I am a writer and an award winning blogger. I am also the founder of the divorce retreat, Heartache Hall, which you can find at Heartachehall.com.

It would make my day if you could subscribe and leave a review so more people can find this podcast! I would also love to hear from you, so contact me through instagram @HHarveywrites with your stories of divorce and heartbreak, any thoughts you have on the episode or even questions you may want answering. You can find all the details from this episode in the show notes.

    Grief

    Grief

    Hello and welcome to Happily Ever After, the podcast where we explore all things Divorce and heartache but leave with hope.

    I am your host Hannah Harvey, and today we are talking about grief.

    Obviously, no one has died in this instance but your relationship has, and even if it was a tumultuous one, you can still be sad that it’s gone. And grieve for it.

    Jessica Simpson “It was like a death in the family: You go through the mourning stage, then the rebellion, and then all of a sudden you have to find life by yourself.”

    I can definitely relate to this - there were some interesting decisions made during the rebellion stage and frankly the mourning stage still shows up at times. Each time you reach a new milestone, or you deal with something in your new life that you haven't before, it can just rear its ugly head. ​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​

    We may always mourn the end of our marriages, remembering the happier times and some good things came from it. ​​​​​​​​

    But that's OK. ​​​​​​​​When you look at the breakdown of a relationship from the perspective of grief and the stages of grief, it seems it’s essential that you go through the motions and feel sad when these feelings pop up and you acknowledge them and give them the space they need.​​​​

    In this episode we explore these feelings in relation to the stages of grief from Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's book On Death and Dying.

    In this episode I also mention my therapists - Blue Talking Therapies - who have helped me so much. You can find them here and tell them I sent you! https://bluetalkingtherapies.co.uk

    • 14 min
    Overwhelm

    Overwhelm

    Hello and welcome to Happily Ever After, the podcast where we explore all things Divorce and heartache but leave with hope. I am your host Hannah Harvey, and today we are talking about overwhelm.

    The average divorce takes 2 years. I know. WTF.

    It seems incredibly daunting when you’re at the start. Navigating your emotions (not to mention your ex’s, your family’s and children’s emotions) alongside the practicalities of getting divorced, can feel like it requires a reservoir of resilience, whilst also feeling like you might die thanks to the body's response to fear and overwhelm.

    But I’m here to tell you that there is hope. If I can do it, so can you. And I wanted to share something today that really helped me reframe my own abilities and how I responded to overwhelm.

    • 10 min
    When should you leave?

    When should you leave?

    Hello and welcome to Happily Ever After, the podcast where we explore all things Divorce and heartache but leave with hope. I am your host Hannah Harvey, and today we are talking about when should you leave?

    You may have listened to last week’s episode out of interest because you are still in your relationship and want to know what you would do next if you were to leave. Perhaps you’re fantasising about leaving but don’t know when is the right time. So… when should you leave?

    Dude, I do NOT know, but listen on for what I was doing the month before I left and how I felt it really helped!

    • 11 min
    The Aftermath

    The Aftermath

    Hello and welcome to Happily Ever After, the podcast where we explore all things Divorce and heartache but leave with hope.

    I am your host Hannah Harvey, and in this episode I’m going to be talking about that bit straight after a break up. The aftermath of whatever event it was for you that has caused the irreparable breakdown of your marriage.

    This period can be exceptionally traumatic for many and I certainly only remember it in chunks!

    You can see a transcript of the episode below and don’t forget to review and subscribe. Please and thank you!

    Also if you have a friend who might enjoy, please do recommend they listen too!

    You can get in touch either through instagram @hharveywrites or via my website hannahharvey.uk. 

    Show notes:

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    In the episode we talk about domestic abuse - if you are concerned for yourself or another, there are government guidelines here for getting help. 

    You can get help and support for all forms of domestic abuse (violent and non violent) here.

    If you are in immediate danger, please call 999 or 55 from a mobile phone if you can't speak.

    • 14 min
    Trailer: Happily Ever After... with Hannah Harvey

    Trailer: Happily Ever After... with Hannah Harvey

    Welcome to Happily Ever After… the podcast that talks about the mysterious world of divorce and uncoupling, and living Happily Ever After heartbreak. I am your host Hannah Harvey. I am a writer and an award winning blogger. I am also the founder of the divorce retreat, Heartache Hall, which you can find at Heartachehall.com.

    It would make my day if you could subscribe and leave a review so more people can find this podcast! I would also love to hear from you, so contact me through instagram @HHarveywrites with your stories of divorce and heartbreak, any thoughts you have on the episode or even questions you may want answering. 

    I have always wanted to do a podcast. For years, back in my blogging hayday I was always banging on about it - the podcasts I loved, and how much I’d love to do my own. But I was never brave enough.

    Well, now I guess am. And I also have something to talk about too because the last couple of years I have been going through a divorce, has been a real eye-opener and I want to share what I’ve learnt about that and about myself.

    To survive my divorce, I threw everything at it. I spent a lot of money on expert advice, woowoo stuff, online courses, books and learned a lot of lessons the hard way. And, I’ll be sharing that in this podcast.

    I had to be really brave, which was tough but it’s muscle you’ve got to keep working so here I am. I am hoping that in doing this thing that really scares me, this podcast, that it might give someone else the courage to go for what they want out of life too.

    So, this podcast is a collection of bite sized episodes on a theme, pretty much always book ended by a celebrity quote on divorce or life after love. I really hope you enjoy it and as I said, you can get in touch on instagram @hharveywrites or through my website hannahharvey.uk.

    • 2 min

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