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1-in-4 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime.
Join your host, Heather Knight, and guests as they discuss this taboo topic and provide tools to help others go from surviving to thriving.

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1-in-4 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime.
Join your host, Heather Knight, and guests as they discuss this taboo topic and provide tools to help others go from surviving to thriving.

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    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part4)

    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part4)

    This episode is part 4 of my conversation with Kate Anthony, an expert in communication, co-parenting, divorce, and emotional intelligence. She is passionate about helping other women to survive from the coercive control of abusive relationships and domestic violence.


    Join us in part four of this interview as Kate talks about the responsibility to heal ourselves and more about her programs,


    Find out more about Kate by visiting her www.kateanthony.com, and you can connect with her through Instagram @thedivorcesurvivalguide and Facebook Groups @shouldistayorshouldigo.
    Surviving to Thriving is brought to you by Knight Protection Services, https://knightprotectionllc.com/

    For More Information About Surviving To Thriving, visit http://tothriving.org/


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    • 22 min
    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part3)

    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part3)

    “If your goal is just to be the polar opposite of your parents, then you are probably screwing that up just as much as they did.”
    This episode is part 3 of my conversation with Kate Anthony, an expert in communication, co-parenting, divorce, and emotional intelligence. She is passionate about helping other women to survive from the coercive control of abusive relationships and domestic violence.
    If you weren’t able to follow this episode, please go back and listen to parts 1 and 2.
    Join us in part three of this interview as Kate talks about breaking the pattern and parenting life after divorce.
    [00:01 – 08:00] Breaking the Predictable Pattern
    Kate talks about the moment when she finally realizes that she had to leave the relationship for her son.
    She realizes that if she stays in the marriage, her son would also become abusive to women.
    Staying together kept both of them from finding happiness, love, and healthy relationships down the line.
    Kate talks about the co-parenting system she has with her ex-husband.
    You can only control what’s happening in your house, the healing process, and the therapy.
    Create a safe place and a safety net for your children and yourself.
    When you focus on yourself, you will have less time and energy to obsess about what other people are doing, and it will keep your mind from running.


    [08:01 – 20:27] Parenting Life after Divorce
    Most women, especially stay-at-home mothers, think that they need to have full custody because their ex-husband does not know how to take care of their children.
    Most men can not do it because they never had to.
    We have to give people the dignity of failing and allow them to find their own way.
    50-50 custody is better for women, especially for working women.
    Kate talks about breaking the familiar cycle for herself and her son.
    Remove yourself from the situation and focus on your healing through therapy etc.
    In our generation, we can easily have access to personal development and therapy at this level.
    Kate talks about breaking the cycle of possessive parenting.
    The opposite of sick is sick.
    If your goal is just to be the polar opposite of your parent, then you are probably screwing that up just as much as they did.
    Kate talks about her way of parenting that lets her son explore the world.
    Open a safe space for discussion regarding many things with your child.
    We want our children to be able to come or call us in any situation.


    Tweetable Quotes:
    “When you are focusing on yourself, you will have less time and energy to obsess about what other people are doing, and it will keep your mind from running..” - Kate Anthony
    “We have to give people the dignity of failing and allow them to find their way.” - Kate Anthony
    “If your goal is just to be the polar opposite of your parents, then you are probably screwing that up just as much as they did.” - Kate Anthony




    Find out more about Kate by visiting herhttps://www.kateanthony.com/ ( website), and you can connect with her through social media like https://www.instagram.com/thedivorcesurvivalguide/ (Instagram )and https://www.facebook.com/groups/shouldistayorshouldigo/ (Facebook).


    Surviving to Thriving is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, Knight Protection Services employs a diverse group of former law enforcement officers and military veterans of the highest integrity, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visitinghttps://knightprotectionllc.com/ ( https://knightprotectionllc.com/).


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    • 20 min
    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part2)

    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part2)

    This episode is part 2 of my conversation with Kate Anthony. She is an expert in communication, co-parenting, divorce, and emotional intelligence. She is passionate about helping other women to survive from the coercive control of abusive relationships and domestic violence.


    Join us in part two of this interview as Kate shares about the red flags and realizing the magnitude of an abusive relationship.

    Find out more about Kate by visiting her www.kateanthony.com, and you can connect with her through Instagram @thedivorcesurvivalguide and Facebook Groups @shouldistayorshouldigo.


    Surviving to Thriving is brought to you by Knight Protection Services, https://knightprotectionllc.com/
    For More Information About Surviving To Thriving, visit http://tothriving.org/


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    • 18 min
    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part1)

    The Impact of Childhood Trauma and Domestic Abuse with Kate Anthony (Part1)

    “Childhood trauma informs all of our future relationships, including our career choice.”

    Kate Anthony is an expert in communication, co-parenting, divorce, and emotional intelligence. She has spent the first 30 years of her life as an actor, and she is also the host of the critically acclaimed New York Times podcast ‘the Divorce Survival Guide’ and created a groundbreaking coaching program. She is passionate about helping other women to survive from the coercive control of abusive relationships and domestic violence.


    Find out more about Kate by visiting her www.kateanthony.com, and you can connect with her through Instagram @thedivorcesurvivalguide and Facebook Groups @shouldistayorshouldigo.
    Surviving to Thriving is brought to you by Knight Protection Services, https://knightprotectionllc.com/

    For More Information About Surviving To Thriving, visit http://tothriving.org/

    Leave a Review if you liked this episode.

    • 20 min
    The Essential Parts of Financial Planning with Rick Drew (Part 3)

    The Essential Parts of Financial Planning with Rick Drew (Part 3)

    This episode is part 3 of my conversation with Rick Drew. He is the Founder and Managing Director of SEDNA wealth management. He is passionate about helping individuals build wealth at every stage of life through customized planning and personalized investment advice.
    If you weren’t able to follow this episode, please go back and listen to parts 1 and 2.



    Find out more about Rick by visiting his sednawealthmanagement.com and you can connect with him through LinkedIn @rickdrewsednawealthmanagement


    Surviving to Thriving is brought to you by Knight Protection Services, https://knightprotectionllc.com/
    For More Information About Surviving To Thriving, visit http://tothriving.org/


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    • 16 min
    The Essential Parts of Financial Planning with Rick Drew (Part 2)

    The Essential Parts of Financial Planning with Rick Drew (Part 2)

    This episode is part 2 of my conversation with Rick Drew. He is the Founder and Managing Director of SEDNA wealth management. He is passionate about helping individuals build wealth at every stage of life through customized planning and personalized investment advice.

    If you weren’t able to follow this episode, please go back and listen to part 1.


    Find out more about Rick by visiting his sednawealthmanagement.com, and you can connect with him through LinkedIn @rickdrewsednawealthmanagement


    Surviving to Thriving is brought to you by Knight Protection Services, https://knightprotectionllc.com/.
    For More Information About Surviving To Thriving, visit http://tothriving.org/.


    Leave a Review if you liked this episode.

    • 17 min

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