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The Chet Buchanan Show
Giselle is already moving on?!

The Chet Buchanan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 5:55


This is just a theory with NO confirmed sources, but we have our own opinions on what is happening. Is she moving on already?

Mojo In The Morning
Divorced: Who Buys the Gifts?

Mojo In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 9:54


Toxic To Triumph With Matthew Phifer
Kala Arevalo - I'm Divorced But Now I Need A Modification

Toxic To Triumph With Matthew Phifer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 37:42


The Matt Phifer Experience makes emotional intelligence contagious. Every Monday and Friday, you can listen to new conversations with some of the most insightful people in this world straight from your computer or mobile device! With episodes available for streaming on-demand immediately after they air, there's never been an easier way to learn about what is emotional intelligence. http://betterhelp.com/mattphifer BetterHelp - Get Started & Sign-Up Today BetterHelp offers private, affordable online counseling when you need it from licensed, board-accredited therapists. Get help, you deserve to be happy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themattphiferexperience/support

The Bert Show
They're Divorced But He's Still Following Her Around Everywhere!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 6:52


They got divorced but he is STILL showing up to all the public events he knows she'll be at! Is she overreacting or would this piss you off too? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Divorced Not Dead
Comfort Zone is a Cage with Elizabeth Pearson

Divorced Not Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 46:50


This week on Divorced not dead, Caroline is joined by Elizabeth Pearson a Professional Coach, Spiritual Seeker, Writer, Wife, and Mom. Elizabeth's mission is to leave this earth knowing that she made a positive impact on other women's lives and inspired them to follow their passions and achieve greatness. Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP
The Future of Single Dads & Technology: Back Into the Dating Pool

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 60:00


The Buzz 1: Raising kids is tough enough. Add the prospect of dating to the equation, and you've got quite a challenge. But regardless how your circumstance arose, you deserve to date… Divorced dads are usually dealing with limited time with their kids, so they can feel guilty about dating.…You'll know it's too soon to date if you need to talk incessantly about your former wife in glowing or not-so-glowing terms. [menshealth.com] The Buzz 2: “If you got married pre-Tinder and other dating apps, you might feel…like you're a pager guy in a world of smartphones. Apps can be great for some people, but it's important to remember they aren't the only way to find a partner… More conventional methods, like meeting someone through friends, are always an option.” [inverse.com] The Buzz 3: Dating can be difficult enough, right? Let alone with all the competition there seems to be in the dating world. The normal thing to do now is online dating, but how does online dating work when you are a single dad? What are the things you need to know and look out for when dating as a single father? With so many variables you need to consider, your children and your lifestyle and routine, how would an outsider fit into that routine and jive with your family's dynamic? [healthyframework.com] We'll ask Karen Gibson, Jason Blount, Ben Trushkov and Dustin Droen for their take on The Future of Single Dads & Technology: Back Into the Dating Pool!

Midlife Love Out Loud podcast
167: Who You are NOW is Who You Will Attract with Junie Moon

Midlife Love Out Loud podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 7:46


Have you ever taken the time to really reflect & digest what happened throughout the different phases of your love life? When you start to peel away the layers of that little, “love onion”, a lot can bubble up. There are memories that surface which can be good, bad, incredibly painful, or downright ugly! Who you are being NOW is who and what you will attract! Junie Moon, Love Coach, Women's Empowerment Leader, and Certified Shadow Work® Coach, has supported thousands of women over the past 30 years to claim what is their birthright: the freedom to be and love themselves without apology. Using her unique heart-centered dating strategies, coupled with powerful mindset tools, Junie helps women in midlife to magnetize their ideal partner and experience Next Level Love. Along the way, women embrace this precious stage of life with confidence, playfulness and ease. Junie has been seen on News 12 New Jersey, Blog Talk Radio, Authority Magazine, Thrive Global and in the Newark International with her film Shed the Shame that she produced and starred in. She's also an International Bestselling author of Loving The Whole Package: Shed The Shame and Live Life Out Loud, International Award winning speaker and host of the successful Midlife Love Out Loud podcast.  When she's not coaching women, you'll find Junie shaking her booty at a drum circle or on a road trip headed to a new hiking spot because the forest is her happy place. Remember to "LIKE" AND "SUBSCRIBE" to the channel so that you don't miss a single Love Life Changing episode. While you're at it, do you have any questions or comments? We read it all so feel free to leave a comment below. We love hearing about your biggest takeaways! If you'd like some one-to-one Love Coaching with Junie, grab your complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session today so she can support you on your love path: https://www.coachjuniemoon.com/session Want to stop going on sucky dates? Grab your MIDLIFE LOVE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DATING and learn how you can call in Mr. Right, right now! https://coachjuniemoon.pages.ontraport.net/podcastguide Join Junie's Free FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/findfabloveafter40. Grab Junie's International Best-selling book “Loving the Whole Package” here: https://coachjuniemoon.com/lovingthewholepackage Watch more Midlife Love Out Loud videos with Junie: https://www.youtube.com/c/CoachJunieMoon1 To learn more about Junie Moon,The Love Coach, go to: https://www.CoachJunieMoon.com  

The Bulls & Queens Swinger Podcast
058 | A Newly Divorced SEXY Latina Hotwife Visits Doc…

The Bulls & Queens Swinger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 72:58


·✨Doc talks with his NEWLY Divorced Sexy Latina friend, Salma (not the real one lol / but her "twin") about her life post-divorce and having casual sex. ·✨SPONSORED BY DOC CHOCOLATE'S VIP ONLYFANS PAGE ✨ | Doc's OnlyFans account which has WEEKLY full length videos of Doc's fun times with hotwives of cuckolds, MILFs, vixens and QOS.... Join the VIP now at SWIY.CO/chocolatedoc ·MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE: Venus Cuckoldress ·About the Bulls and Queens Swinging Lifestyle Experience: ·Doc Chocolate is a Las Vegas BBC (big black cock) gentleman that queen of spades, hotwives, stags, vixens and cuckold couples run to when they are looking for a special FUN swinger playtime in Las Vegas. ·Doc Chocolate is also an Adult Content Creator who is always looking for sexy ladies to collab with and make content with. ·His lovely wife, Karamel, is a Las Vegas Hotwife who makes sure she keeps his crazy black ass in line. ·The BULLS & QUEENS SWINGER PODCAST is a black swinger podcast | black bull podcast | queen of spades podcast | cuckold podcast ·Doc currently helps those who are NEW or veteran swingers in the Lifestyle experience more fun -- either through fun and kinky swinger parties, lifestyle meetups, nude or semi-nude sip & paint parties, bachelorette parties AND much, much more! ·Doc loves listening to Sex with Emily | Pillow Talks | Sydnee in the Sheets | Shameless Sex | Dan Savage - Savage Lovecast | Sex Stories by Wyoh Lee | Consenting Adults | Venus Cuckoldress | Black N Kinky Lifestyle | The Love Hour | That Couple Next Door | In Bed with Nikki | Sex with Dr. Jess | We Gotta Thing | Friends with a Twist | Room 77 | Wanderlust | Front Porch Swingers ·Learn more about Doc, set up a sexy play session with him for the hotwife and how he can help you have more swinging lifestyle fun on the following platforms: ·VIP OnlyFans: SWIY.CO/chocolatedoc ·Website: https://BullsAndQueens.com ·Doc's Twitter: @bullsandqueens ·Karamel's Twitter: @KaramelKissesLV ·Instagram: @bullsandqueens ·RedGifs: https://www.redgifs.com/users/bullsandqueens ·Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/bullsandqueens/ ·Email: bullsandqueens@gmail.com ·KIK: bullsandqueens

Divorce Doesn't Suck
Sadie Marie, Host of the Divorced and Happy podcast

Divorce Doesn't Suck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:35


Sadie Marie, the host of the Divorced and Happy podcast, believes it's better to be real than to be perfect. She's fierce and funny, and focuses on being relentless and resilient after divorce, and she empowers her listeners to do the same. Sadie grew up a preacher's daughter, always doing the right thing and playing it safe. She built the life she thought she should live—but she wasn't happy pretending to be a perfect person living a perfect life. Now, she's truly living her best life, with all its ups and downs, after divorce.

The Daily Dad
It's Easy Until It Happens To You

The Daily Dad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 4:45


Each of us goes into this with opinions–so many opinions. Not just about parenting but about other parents. Parents who let their kids have lots of screentime. Parents of kids with “ADHD.” Divorced parents. Parents who ply their kids with soda and sugary cereals to get them to behave. Because we think we know better, or at least we're confident that we know “the right way” to do things.✉️ Sign up for the Daily Dad email: DailyDad.com

Men Don't Know podcast
Fall BoyFriend Duties!

Men Don't Know podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 29:14


On this episode, Chris & Koi go back and forth and talk about the duties a Fall boyfirend has!

Too Old For This Sh*t
#095: How To Not Get Divorced Feat. Pete Wright & Seth Nelson

Too Old For This Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 83:22


Today is a laughter filled threeway on divorce with Pete & Seth on all things love, and the weird things heartbreak makes us do. With podcast Producer Pete, married for 23 years and Divorce Lawyer Seth, engaged to be re-married; we cover:// How they met.// Oddest items fought over in past divorce settlements.// What makes for good relationships?// What is love?// When to stick it through and when to leave?// What they learned from their own podcast on what to avoid in relationships.// Their views on infidelity.// Second life marriages, causing terrestrial divorces.Mentioned in this episode: Esther Perel Find Pete & Seth: www.nelsonlg.com, https://trustory.fm/ Their podcast: How to Split a Toaster If you have any questions or thoughts from this or any other episodes, I want to hear from you. Message me directly here: www.angie-s.com/contact Become a podcaster: www.learnpodcasting.online If you want to support the show further: www.angie-s.com/donations

I Am This Age
From Married to Divorced to Married with Kids: Rebekah Ward, 44

I Am This Age

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 60:31


Today Rebekah Ward talks all about her past relationships, how religion influenced them, and how she moved through divorce to a healthy, loving marriage with two kids in her early 40's. Rebekah is hilarious, open, and full of personal insight. My goodness do I love this episode. You will laugh and cry (maybe not cry but you will laugh) and you will absolutely learn something about what loving relationships really look like. Enjoy today's change story! www.iamthisage.com@iamthisage_podcastwww.jellyfishindustries.comwww.mollysider.com Transcript:Here's the thing. In my twenties and my thirties, I could not have been in the kind of romantic relationship I am in now. I couldn't because I hadn't yet done the work on myself that is required to be in that kind of relationship. I wanted to feel a deep connection with another human, and I wasn't going to settle for anything else, no matter how loud my biological clock ticked.But I also had no idea how to get that. I wanted to feel seen by a partner in such an intimate way that all my fears of being misunderstood by the rest of the world would fall away with the knowing that this one person whom I loved and respected and let's be honest, wanted to have sex with all the time, saw me for exactly me, and still wanted to have sex with me.It took years of learning and growing and experiencing disappointing relationships, and then years more of taking a very hard look in the mirror and recognizing and admitting the things about myself I wasn't particularly proud of, and then more years of untangling why I was doing those things.Figuring out why I really wanted this deep connection, unlearning unproductive habits, teaching myself new ways to be, and then committing to being those things. Now I get to continue learning and growing, but I get to do it in the kind of relationship I always wanted. So no, I couldn't have had this back then.I wasn't ready yet. But at 44, I am ready and I have it because I've lived those experiences and with every experience I learned more about the person I want to be, the kind of person I want to be in relationship with. And maybe most importantly, the belief that I am a worthy of the deep connection I always dreamed of.And if I learned anything from today's guess, it's that you have to believe in your worthiness enough to risk losing something great in order to gain what you most desire.Welcome back to another episode of I Am This Age a podcast proving it's never too late. You're never too old, so go do that thing you're always talking about. I'm Molly Cider, your host. And today's guest is Rebecca Ward, and we go deep into relationships, self-discovery, and what love really looks like. We talk extensively about how her experiences in and out of relationships in her twenties and thirties prepared her for getting married to her current husband just before her 39th birthday, and for having two kids in her forties.Rebecca is a blast. There's definitely some swearing in this episode. We laugh a lot and we laugh loudly, but mostly there's so much honesty and self-discovery, and I think it just might be one of my favorite episodes so far. So please enjoy Rebecca Ward.My name is Rebecca Ward. I am 44. I am a an artist. I act and direct and write. I am a wife and a mother of two children, a four year old and a one year old, and I am tired. So, and it is almost eight o'clock at night. Almost eight, which used to be when I would go out. It's just a perpetual, uh, exhaustion. But it'll pass.It'll pass. Yeah. Today we're gonna talk about love and relationships, how to get there. Yeah. Yeah. Um, so I, the long and windy road, the long and windy road, , the never ending, long and windy road. You had two big relationships as a young adult. The first was, um, at 19 years old when you were engaged to a man who was 31.Mm-hmm. . He was a member of a Christian organization that came to your high school, and that's how you met. Yes. , your community, Um, being small, religious. Mm-hmm. and in your words, undereducated. I would say so. Okay. Or underexposed under underexposed. Mm-hmm. . Okay. That's, that's a, a better, nicer way. Yeah. Um, so underexposed, um, they were very supportive of your relationship.Mm-hmm. , you were considered a rockstar couple , you were studying to be a missionary. Um, but you also had this deep urge to travel and he did not. So eventually you broke off the engagement after moving away to college, which was devastating to your relationship with your friends and your family back at home.You did eventually, um, rectify that family. Yeah. With my family and Yeah, and the friend and, and, and the friends I stayed close to, you know. Oh, good. Okay. Yeah. And your second relationship was with a teacher at your college, . Um, he was two years older than youIt's not, Look, we've all got these stories and you have to get through it in order to get to the place. Um, but yeah. This one, this one was, um, two years older than you. Yeah. You shared a love of theater. Mm-hmm. . He wasn't religious and you said he did things like drink martinis, , and listen to Led Zeppelin and vinyl, which I just love those details.Um, and for that, you found him fascinating. And the two of you got married. Mm-hmm. . And you were married for 10 years. Yes. You went through some hard life moments together. Mm-hmm. , you did some personal growth work. Mm-hmm. . And as you began to realize who each of you were as individuals, you also understood that you were no longer a fit for each other and you left that marriage.Yeah, I would say. That is the summation post leaving. I don't know that. I could have articulated it that clearly when I was leaving. I very much loved him. Uh, but we were really ill suited toward one another. Um, and we had gotten engaged so quickly after dating for five months. Had we spent more time in relationship together before we decided to spend eternity together, , then maybe we would've figured that out, um, before we, uh, you know, took vows.But we didn't, and we were young. And I think that in the end, we, we both have grown into much healthier, happier people outside of a marriage relationship with one. . And so you, you left the marriage and you were in your early thirties, correct? Yeah. It was just still a baby. Mm-hmm. . Um, and so the following , the following like six or so years, was you sort of getting to play, you got your first apartment by yourself, you dated, you traveled, you did plays, you made friends, you went to therapy,Yes. Lots of that. You had an explosion of self-discovery mm-hmm. . And, um, you, you said people were noticing that you were changing. Yes. Can you tell the story about what did the casting doctors say to you? Um, so I had been seen in this casting office in Chicago, you know, for several years while I was married.And then for, I don't know, the first several months post separation. . I had gone in for some auditions and after one of those auditions, the casting associate, not the director of the whole office, but an associate pulled me aside and said, Hey, I, I wanted to just ask you what's going on Is something different?You've changed, You're just, And I was like, Well, you know, I, I got divorced. And he was like, I wondered your name wasn't the same, you know? And I was like, Yeah. And . And I also said, I'm having a lot of sex. And he was like, Great . Yeah. Um, but he just said that I was happier and lighter. And, um, it's, it sounds to me like you had this very clear intention at that time to.Really figure out what you, what your values were. Mm. Um, and you, you said you started to do this by saying yes to everything. Yeah. And I find it, um, I find it really interesting because you came from this like tiny religious, conservative Yeah. Conservative community. Mm-hmm. with lots of rules, that are based on noLots of nos. Lots of nos. And all of a sudden you're saying lots of yeses. You know, the world was literally your oyster and you were, it was like you were going to experience everything and then just narrow it down from there. Mm-hmm. , you were having like a complete reboot. I, I, it did feel that way and in some ways, to be honest, Yes.Reboot, but also I think it was a returning to my original self. Um, I think that my whole life, even when I was a little kid, I gravitated toward. The edges of things. Um, the edges. What does that mean? The people who were on the edge, the people who were maybe not the most popular. I I, I was generally friends with most people, but I was always intrigued by people who were pushing boundaries.But that does not garner you favor in the Southern methods denomination, um, or as a pastor's wife or, you know, like it's just very conservative. Fundamentalist Christianity is built on preserving the positions of the people who are in power, and they are able to maintain their power by keeping those who are not they in fear.Uh, be it fear of eternal damnation or. Judgment or sin or whatever you wanna say. And there's a long list of shit you are not supposed to do. Even when I was little, I can recall people who smoked a cigarette or when I took ballet, people who were gay and, and they were not evil, monstrous people that, uh, my religion growing up made them out to be.And so I think that that time in my life reboot in terms of rewriting the rules in my head of how I'm allowed to live and how I want to live. But also, uh, it was, it was a journey back to like the part of me earliest on that suspected from the get-go that there weren't as many. Delineations between people, all the different people that I met that, that it was made out to be.Yeah. That were all pretty much the same. Yeah, we're a lot closer and, you know, gay or not gay, um, Catholic or not, Like being Catholic was horrible where I grew up in the church I grew up, they thought if you were, if you were Catholic, if you were part of a cult. And I was like, and then I grew up and I was like, what?Like if you practiced yoga or meditation, you were, you were getting too close to the devil. Like just some really whacked out stuff. So it was a very, it was a very tiny world that they gave you in which to operate. And I never liked that. I never, never, never, never did I have had a voracious appetite always for everything that's out there.And, and if you wanna get really like, super spiritual about it, I have. Found it to be true that the more I experience and the more people I know and the, the more things I eat and the more things I get to do well, the better. I know God anyway, cuz it's all the same. Yeah. I don't really think God and limits actually go together.Can you give us a little snippet of what that time period look like for you,Um, you're so good at storytelling story. Uh, ok, sure. Um, I've made it very clear that I grew up in a conservative culture that was heavily religious and patriarchal and that also meant any sexuality was completely stamped out and, and forbidden because, you know, it's a gateway to you doing all kinds of things that would take you away from the Lord, whatever.I did wait to have sex until I got married, and my husband at the time was the only person I'd had sex with. So when that relationship was over, I absolutely was like, Well, now I know what I'm doing, . Um, which, you know, for some people, I, I imagine there's a wide range of ways that people would choose to, uh, live out that, that like time of exploration.For me, it primarily meant like saying yes to dates and for the first time in my life, a couple, one night nightstand and . A lot of the time it, I mean, I guess what I should say is it didn't take long for me to realize, maybe it was after three or four partners that I was like, A lot of this is the same , right?Like it's not, I'm anyb blowing experiences . Um, and I that, that in itself I was like, you know, but in particular the way I was operating for a snapshot of a moment, I was staying at this extended ta stay place where they put you up when you're an out of town actor, but you know, anybody can stay there.It's also a hotel. And I had either gotten home that, I can't even remember what time of day it was, but, um, either from rehearsal in the afternoon or in the evening after a show, I don't recall. And I was at the desk and I don't know if I was getting mail or something and I saw a man in the lobby. Sort of standing there and then get into an elevator.And we made eye contact and he was extremely handsome. There was this just sort of like charge, like electric charge. And I just, you know, and he got in the elevator and that was that. Um, but I finished my business, either got a pa, I don't know what it was, package or something anyway, and I went to hit the up button on the elevator and it opened and he was still in there.So he had either come back down or, I don't know. So I, he looked at me and I looked at him and I smiled and I got in the elevator. There was no one else in the elevator and he didn't speak English and he sort of noded and said hello or something. And then he just got really close to me and then we kissed and made out in the elevator until he came Oh my God.To his floor. I know, I know. I sound like I'm trying not to slut shame myself. Um, no, this is an amazing story. He, it was only like four floors up. We got to his floor and he kind of noded and like I said, he didn't speak English, but said, Do you wanna come in? And I, and I just said, No, I don't. I was fine and I didn't wanna do anything that I didn't feel safe with.Like, I was like, I don't really know this person. But I didn't feel unsafe in that moment in the elevator with him. And he was very like, Okay. And said something like Bella or beautiful or something like that. And that was that. And I never saw that person again. Wow. That's exciting. It was a moment where I just remember thinking, I'm going to, I'm gonna say yes to this moment and this instinct.And I did. And I was also really paying attention to my feelings. Uh, I want to, I feel like I should preface this like warning label. I had been spending an a solid year and a half up to that point in therapy, meditating, taking an antidepressant, uh, really working on self care and healing because when I made the decision to leave my ex-husband, I wanted to be able to trust that decision and the place from which I made it.And so I also felt really confident post separation o of what I was exploring and what I was doing. I, I didn't feel like I was. Like rebounding or anything. It wasn't like that. It was, it was a, a very intentional journey of what makes me happy, what feels good, what doesn't feel good. I wasn't always right.Right. Like there was a , there was a one night stand or a good guy that I went on a few dates with, and he totally ghosted me and totally got caught . And we had mutual friends. Oh, yeah. And I, I remember being 100% sort of publicly rejected and walking back to my car after the show and just breathing and thinking, Okay, okay, this is so, huh.So this is what it's like as an adult. You know, you, you choose to operate at this level and share yourself at this level. And it does not equal commitment or relationship. And I knew that cerebrally, but that was the first. That I'd actually experienced it and, and one potential outcome of my choices. It wasn't devastating or anything like that.It was just a, a, what's the word? Like, I was rebuffed. I was, I had very, he very clearly was like, Yeah, I'm done now. And I was likethere. And then now I've like, ok, ok. Pick myself up. And, you know, so a lot of the lessons that I feel like many people get when they're in their early to mid twenties, I wasn't having until a decade later. Yeah. Um, and I was giving myself, for the first time ever in my life, permission to be a sexual person, to follow my instincts, to make mistakes, and to do that shame and judgment.That's amazing. Just for the record, like I feel like I was still doing that in my thirties. I definitely was through my thirties. Like I think I was Sure I was, I've had those experiences even in my early, like in my forties . Yeah. Yes. I think as long as we are trying to learn who we are, you're gonna find these things out one way or the other.Yeah. And relationships with other people are, are our fastest teachers. Yes, they are. And also, but also like, we have to be willing to, you know, really look at ourselves and the role that we play in the relationship. Sure. And, and how we're contributing to whatever the thing is that we have experienced.Even if it's the ghosting, like, oh, I could tell you how I contributed to it. Oh, you're gonna move here. You're gonna move here from Brooklyn. Oh, that's great. Right. . Right. So the girl who had been in a relationship for 10 years and one other relationship before that maybe was not so great at one night stand.Right. And the thing is, is that when we're not willing to actually look at how we're contributing to these circumstances, we never learn. And I know of plenty of people who are still dealing with this in their seventies. Yes. And it's so hard. My parents, who I love deeply have an extremely dysfunctional marriage and they've been married for 48 years and, and it is a wreck.And they've spent that much time together without, yet finding a way, um, for each of them to thrive. You know? And I don't really understand all of the things that contribute to a person's inability to move forward. I imagine that it is so specific. Um, and I know that, you know, past traumas and a mil and access to healthcare and resources, there's so many things that go into it.Our generation, Being able to go to a therapist and or be on an antidepressant without nearly the stigma that our parents had, right? Like, that's a massive leap forward. Um, so there are lots of reasons, but you won't, you won't move forward. If you can't take responsibility for your own shit, you just won't truth, you know?Not that it's easy to do. It is not easy. It's, it's not easy. It's just about the hardest thing, but it gets easier the more you do it. It really does. It's never easy, but it gets easier, I think. But it does get easier because the work becomes more familiar. It's not as, as scary a place as the first time you choose to be so vulnerable to show either someone else or just be honest with yourself about those, those parts of yourself that you, you're embarrassed of or that are dark or that are, you know, have been hurtful or harmful to someone else.But then, Like anything, the more you do it, the more you practice being authentic, the less grip that it has on you and, and you begin to trust the outcome of, of that behavior. Where before it was this big, scary unknown thing and the risk was so huge. But the more you do it, the more you know ultimately what lies on the other side.Yeah. Is where you wanna be. Yeah. And that you'll be okay. You won't die from it. And that everyone else is just as scared to do the same thing and everyone else is hiding or gripping to some similar insecurity or fear. And the more that you just face it and let it out and talk about it, the more you realize we're all pretty similar.Yes. Uh, you know, I think for me, my parents' unhappiness has been a big motivating factor in my own life to not end up in that place and that. Impetus, Right. That, that was my compass of like, well then that means I'm number one. I'm not gonna stay in a miserable marriage. Number two, I've gotta get help for the shit that that is mine.And, and number three, I, I'm gonna have to start tearing apart some of this stuff that I, I've been taught and that we've grown up in that is keeping us broken and tied down. And, and that means walking away from like, Huh. Big existential life defining, you know, not qualities, but like beliefs and, and, and be trusting that I'll be able to withstand the rejection and the disappointment, or, and there was that, you know, from my mom and dad.And then eventually they came around because they love us. They love my sister and I And was it easy at first? Oh my God, no. It was horrible. It was horrible. And I knew that they were disappointed, maybe even embarrassed of me. But in the end, they, they lovingly said, Yeah, oh, we were really wrong. Wow. But yeah, so then through all of that saying yes and exploration, and it was a, it feels like a real messy time.It was a messy, exciting, maybe I started to say reckless, so it probably was in certain moments, reckless maybe that I, because I was so intent unlike, what is this? What is this? I was not fit for up to be a partner to another person at that time. Right. Or a long term partner by any means. So that's what I mean, reckless, Um, because I was too, I was, I was too ready to just move around.And from thing to thing and thing, I didn't, I did not want any other relationship after. 10 years married and 12 years together. And it was so hard and so sad to disentangle myself from that, that I was like, Nope, , let's just play for a while. Yeah. Yeah. And you did, and then you met Kyle and then, Then I met my husband, my, now my number two husband, he always says two and not through.And I'm like, Yes, I'm through . But I would not say, I would not say till death do us part in our vows because I no longer believe in that. Not that I don't believe in death, I do, but what I'm saying is I don't believe you have to promise someone your whole fucking life, cuz nobody knows that. Yeah. So, yes.Okay. So you met, so you, so you met Kyle. Yeah. What, what did you think of Kyle when you first met him? I thought that he was a very. Labrador of a person, just so much. He was so much, and there were so many emojis and exclamation points, and he, he was really happy and I, I felt like Kyle was a lot. It was, he, he was so laser focused on me, which in some ways was amazing.Yeah. I'd never had someone who was like, You, you're it , you know? I mean, I guess, but not, not in that way. Or maybe I, What I should say is I'd never had someone who was the type of person Kyle was, say something like that. The people who had said it before. Were people who were emotionally unavailable. So when they would say, You, you're it, they, it would be like half of a piece of toast.And I'd be like, Thank you, . Kyle said, You're, it's like, Here is past of Whole Foods. He's like, You done it all. Um, I and I, it was so much, it was so much and a lot, and he was very different than any person I had ever, ever dated. And I was very skeptical. . So skeptical. There was not a dark or brooding. Shred in his entire existence.And that was what I generally was attracted to, was like these, you know, injured, hurt, addict, sexy men. Even if I didn't know that about them, if I was drawn to them nine times outta 10, that, that, that was all in the mix somewhere. Um, Kyle was none of those things. And so the Compass, one of my friends told me, Girl, your picker is broken.So my broken picker was like, Nah, , no thanks. Woo. Where were you in your journey of figuring yourself out at this point, would you say? Um, I was still, I was still dating around. Mm-hmm. . Um, I had had one like longer term relationship right after I had left my husband. Um, and I had ended that relationship. Um, Because that person had a significant drinking problem.I had had no intention of settling down really with any person. But I do think, I do think I did eventually wanna find another partner, but I didn't wanna get married again at all. Why , Why do you, why did you hang out with Kyle? Kyle is like magic. There's no other person in my life that I have ever connected with in the way that I connect to Kyle.He makes me laugh. And it is a, it is a, an, uh, it throws me off balance every time I get, It's a silly way to say it, but I get tickled, right? Like he's still to this day will. Catch, like say things and it catches me off guard. And I am delighted by him. And even though he was nerdy and, um, you know, like I mentioned before, like more, definitely more clean cut and just not, like I said, not anything like the guy that, that guys that I had normally gone for something about him when I was around him, I was relaxed.Mm. And I That's huge. Yeah. I relaxed and I had so much fun and. A, a girlfriend of mine at the time, I remember saying to her like, I don't know. Right? Like, I don't know if he's gonna be alpha enough for me. Like, God, what a conti thing to say. But that is what I said by all means. I was not like fully realized as a person that Jesus at that point in time, and we probably aren't ever, but I didn't know if our chemistry was gonna be enough or if he was gonna be, you know, exciting enough for me or whatever.I actually, this is something that I wanted to talk about because I think we get. So used to the like excitement, like the artists who are, you know, intense and brooding and dangerous and sexy and the excitement and danger of not knowing what's next. Do they love me? Are they playing games with me? Will I ever see them again?You know? Yeah. And when and how. And then you see them again and it's like you feel like you are everything in the earth. Sure. It's a horrible cycle. Yeah. Yeah. It's a cycle. And then, but then it's like that that anxiousness, that a accompanies like the volatility of those types of relationships I think is what we often mistake for chemistry.Like we think that's true. The excitement, We think it's excitement. We think it's attraction, but it's really anxiety. And so then when we meet someone's, and it's, yes, it's from a trauma childhood, a hundred percent. And then when we meet someone romantically who like doesn't. Make us feel those same ups and downs, then we are in this position where we're like, I don't know, like he's great, but I feel like something's missing.Or like, there's no chemistry. And it's like, No, what we're missing is the instability that we are so accustomed to, but we, we, we interpret his chemistry. Yep, Yep. It's, I mean, I don't even think that I really, I really understood all of that, but you just spoke about until, oh, Jesus, I don't know, maybe four or five years, maybe even.I'm not even sure I understood it when I married Kyle. I don't, I'm not sure I could have articulated it that well. Um, I don't think I understood this until, honestly, just a few months ago, , you know, Kyle was stable and safe and probably the biggest difference between him and and everyone else in my life up to that point is that Kyle put all his cards on the table right at the get go and.I think that number one, I didn't know what to do with all that. And number two, the allure of like, who is this person? Or is this, you know, like, like what we talked about with a person who is not fully invested. That was what my normal was. And that there's part of a chase, right? And, uh, you, you learn to evaluate your own self worth with whether or not you succeed in getting this person's attention.Slash commitment a thousand percent, right? Yeah. And so where's the thrill that you're used to with a person who's like, Hey, I'm here all, every bit of me. Let's do this all the time. And you're like,Um, but I had a very, that very good friend that I was talking about, she said, you know, well, , if there's anything at all that you like about him, go on another date. Just go on a date, another date until you are sure that no. Okay. I know, and I could not deny that every time we did anything, I never felt better.I never once had a bad time even, even on like, you know, like awkward dates or whatever, which are inevitable. He still , he still always managed to just, I don't know, be he's, Kyle is exactly who he is. He, there's no pretense with him and he, he is willing to be in his own life a hundred percent and be present and answer questions and.I had never had that before with a person, so it felt overwhelming. Mm-hmm. . But it was also this new land. It it was safe. It was a place to be stable. Yeah. And I could relax. I, I don't know that I ever had relaxed in a relationship before, ever. The, And it built off of that. Right. And I, I think that number one, he was tremendously patient.And, uh, number two, he gave me space when I asked for space. And I was not ready when I met him to be his girlfriend at all. And I said that, and. He wanted to , he was, I think what he said was, I, this is like two or three months after we'd gone out on our first date or something, and he was like, I wanna date you.I wanna date this shit outta you, . And I said, Do you so cute? Do you mean like exclusively? And he was like, Yes, Rebecca, yes. And I was like, No, I can't, I can't do that. I'm not, I'm not ready for that. Um, if it makes you feel any better, you're in first place. And, but I can't, He says, he said later, he was like, That's all I needed to hear.I knew, like, he was like, I could see, he was like, The guys you dated that were terrible people, , he like, knew eventually come to senses. Wow. But I did, I did have to just take my time. And I, I think about, I moved to LA during that time. I lived by myself during that time and we did, We dated other people.Right? I did. Yeah. And not very many, like one or two guys and I not for very long. And I was clear with Kyle. I told him I'm, I'm gonna date people when I go out there. I, you know, if I, if I decide to sleep with anybody else but you, I'll let you know because I feel like that is, you know, respectful practice.But I really think that I was healing as a person and that the time I was taking with myself and making my own choices and living my own life allowed me to slowly see Kyle for the gift that he really was. Um, and as I was in LA in a new place, still being drawn towards the same old type of person at the same time, I was disappointed in them, which had never happened before.Ah, that's interesting. I was like, one guy in particular, I remember. I, I, we'd been making out or something and, and I was like, Are you, I've got a question for you. You know how you are when you're dumb and dating somebody at the beginning. And I was like, Are you ever silly? Do you ever, you know, are you, would you ever call yourself a silly person?And he was like, No, no, never. Oh, bored. And I, yeah, I felt my stomach kind of sink. And what I realized was, Oh, I'm valuing different things now. Like the, the love and delight and, and just spontaneity and silliness that comes with Kyle that I really like. I like it in my life and I like it as a part of me.I don't wanna date somebody who doesn't have that, and that would never have been a quality that was important to me a couple years prior. But I, I don't think I, I would've been able to appreciate it any earlier in life than I did. You know, That's why I say, I, I said yes to Kyle when he when he said, I'll go to the movies with you.Uh, because I had made a commitment to saying yes, not because I looked at him and was like, Oh yeah, hey. Right. That was not it. I remember thinking like, Okay, and I thought he might be gay, and I was like, Maybe you'll be my new gay friend that I go to movies with. Like, I had no idea what I was getting into at all with this person, and it changed my entire life and is the very, the very best thing that has ever happened to me.So, you know, it's him and him knowing himself and giving me space to know myself. When was the point or what was the point where you understood that you were ready to commit fully to Kyle? It's, it's, it was around that same time I was talking about that guy and I, I called my sister because Kyle, we'd been dating now for a year and a half and I still wouldn't.Commit to being, I hated this, but I was like, I'm, I'm not gonna be your girlfriend. I was married for a decade, for Christ's sake. I don't wanna be somebody's girlfriend. Right? Like, that just sounds so dumb. But I kept calling him the guy I'm seeing . And he was like, Yeah, that's really not, Yeah, that's so clearly.I had some hangups. Um, but I called my sister and I was like, I don't know Laura. Like, I like this guy. And he's, you know, the chemistry is just really exciting, but I kind of also feel like we might just burn each other out and, you know, but then I asked him, Is he silly? And he was like, No. And like, being silly was some kind of like disease or something.And I, and then Kyle and she, and she said to me, and Becky is what I was called growing up, by the way. So she was like, Becky, look, , there will always be more guys. Okay, Always. But Kyle is not gonna wait on you forever. So you need to just go ahead and decide. , either you're gonna be in a relationship with him and figure out if it works or just stop.And in that moment that sounded very clear to me and made sense. And I was like, Yeah, actually I need to stop waiting to, because I'm scared to see if it will be enough and I need to figure out if it will be or not. And um, so I think it was maybe two days later that he had already, we'd already had a trip planned for him to fly to LA and I told him, Yeah, okay, I want to do this and I wanna see what that means for me.And then we've been together ever since. So, , you took a lot of risks with Kyle, meaning I did like you moved to California and dating other people, and all of the things you just described, you mentioned to me. Phone call that you felt like you had or you had to be okay with losing Kyle. Yes. In order to arrive at a place of trust in yourself.That is hundred percent true. It seems like you always had a lot of trust in yourself, like even from early on, I mean, breaking off your engagement and mm-hmm. leaving your family and your religion and Yeah. Leaving a marriage. Like how do you consistently show up for yourself and have your own back in these moments of hard decisions and moments when maybe other people you're close with think you're making mistake?Um, thank you for saying that. I am not a person who enjoys dissonance or conflict. It's necessary. I've spent a lot of time in therapy learning that you can hold two opposing things at the same time, and they can both very much be true. Um, it is an uncomfortable place for me when something feels wrong inside of me or unjust.It is almost like I cannot even swallow. I can't, My chest gets too tight. I, I don't feel like I can move forward or take another step until I am righted within myself. In the instance when I was young, really young and engaged, I didn't have any good reason to. To break off that engagement except that I didn't want to get married.Well, that right there is a good enough reason, right? But not when you've already bought a wedding dress and you have bridesmaids dresses and you've got the photographer and you've been dating for two years, and you're gonna be missionaries together for the glory of the Lord and da da da. There was a whole lot invested in this relationship and how it appeared, but something didn't feel good and enough to where I was like having panic attacks and I, I was really sick to my stomach a lot of the time, and I, I just couldn't do it.AndI think for me, at least in the two relationships before Kyle, I reached such a pro, sadly, a profoundly dark place in my life that I didn't want. I just, that's wasn't what I wanted my fucking life to be like. I. I did not want to stay in West Virginia. I love West Virginia. I love my, my parents and my friends in my home.And, but I, I have always wanted to experience everything I get my hands on. And, um, I think the deepest part of me knew that that wasn't gonna happen in that relationship. And, and, and I got, I, I, like, I could go into it further, but I got really sick. I weighed 103 pounds. I couldn't eat. I was having panic attacks.It's the first time I started seeing a therapist. And it was because I was trying to force myself into this idea of what was right and good and holy and, you know, and it wasn't for me. And then when it came to leaving my marriage, I was miserable. I was, I was just so fucked up and broken and sad from this square peg, round hole arrangement.And it took so much undoing because I grew up in a place of marriages forever. You don't get divorced. Not unless he's hitting you, right. And even then you might not. And he was a very, he was a good man, quote unquote, right? So I think it'd be nice to say that I knew some secret way to be in tune with myself, but actually I just was so god damn miserable both times that I couldn't keep doing it.And. You know, I suppose there are, there are a couple things, right? So as I'm talking this out, we talked about verbal processing and what do you learn? Mm-hmm. . Um, first one, first engagement. No, I knew I didn't wanna stay at home. That was not my plan. So that was a deep core value in me. Whether I had defined it that way or not.Second marriage was kids. Um, that's probably what did it. Uh, we both wanted kids very much, but we were a mess. My first husband and an I and I wa I was not going to do to my children. What was done to me firmly, firmly made that promise. And so for three years, every New Year's Eve, we made a promise. This is the year we'll get it together.This is the year we'll get our shit together and we'll try for a family. And, and we never could. , and I very, very clearly remember that final New Year's Eve just being out of my body, just thinking like this is done. How much more time am I gonna waste? How much more time am I gonna waste? Because I wanted kids and I wanted them, but I wanted to give them what I didn't have.So I trusted those deep, deep things in myself that were calling out to me. And I don't know if that's helpful to anybody else who's trying to figure it out or not, but that's how it helped. I mean, that's how it felt to me. Yeah. And that's what, That's why Kyle, I think I, I've said before, the way he is, the humor that.It's like he has some sort of special key to a part of me that unlocked this. Like, Oh, right. Things are not so fucking hard. They're not actually, they can be really fun and really easy. And that's not to say that there weren't times of tension, like you mentioned. Like I did have to be willing to let Kyle go.I didn't know from the get go, I knew more, Oh, I still need space here. No, I'm not ready to fucking put a ring on my finger. No. Like things like that that I had to be willing to say. And I guess you, you asked how did I know I'd come that far? At that point, I was in my late thirties and I was like, Nah, this has been working for me.Right. This listening and trusting, so I'm just gonna keep doing it. Yeah. Yeah. That's what you wanted ultimately, it sounds like. Yeah. I, I was so tired of being afraid. Yeah. Afraid that I was making the wrong choice. Afraid that I was making God mad, afraid that I was gonna ruin my life, afraid that, whatever, you know, And I just refused to be afraid anymore.And, and that meant, that actually just meant doing what I wanted to do and facing the consequences, but knowing that I'd be okay. Yeah. Okay. So you guys got married? ? We didHe wore me down. Um, you know, I, we dated for three years before we got married. Much more than five months. He is six and a half years younger than me and had never been married. Yeah. He is younger than me. I didn't, We dated for three years and he moved to LA and, you know, we had this glorious. Grand time and wonderful adventure there.And, um, I wasn't sure that I wanted to get married again because it ended, it had, it was now tied to so much sadness. The idea of it, like my parents' marriage was always fucked, but then my own marriage that I really, really wanted to work did not. And so I, I just really wanted nothing to do with it. And then he like eased me into the conversation and he goes, Well, what if we just had a small, like, private ceremony, not even legal, just in the backyard with close friends.And then he was like, Well, I kind of feel like if we're gonna have kids, we should get married. And then also, my husband's mother had cancer and, and Kyle had never been married. And I just sort, it all just sort of went away and I was like, Fuck it. He can, you know, he wants this, right? Like it's a dream of his, and I'm sure, and I know his mother wanted him to have that experience.And so I was like, whatever , I'll just, I'll just it up. But they, I also, like, I didn't change my name and um, I said, No, I'm not saying till death do you part, like that's, I don't you Kyle, you know that? I don't believe that anything. We just don't know what the future holds. Yeah. Um, and he was like, Great, great, great.I love all of it. He goes, Just let me project the bat signal when we exit after we're married. Can I do that? What? I was like, I know, I forgot that I didn't tell you this. My husband loves Batman. Oh my God, this is amazing. Go on. Is it, is it, Well, Molly, is it, I dunno. Was with a deep undying devotion and the church took down.Is it pyramids or estimates, the like stuff that hangs at the front big wall of the church and one of our friends got a Batman gobo and a big light from one of the studios and we projected the bat signal and played the Danny Elfman Batman thing when we exited the church. Yeah. So he owes me forever. So it might not be until death do you part, but he owes you till death to part was right.Like, and everybody knows this about Kyle, like here's how deep his love goes for Batman. Mm-hmm not only does he have a Batman tattoo, he's got tons of Batman everything. My husband dressed up as Batman and went to Lurie Children's Hospital of his own accord. He knew someone there and would go and talk to the kid, like just to think.He didn't tell people he was doing it. It was just a thing he. That's the man I'm married. I , I, yeah. Adore him. He's amazing. I've only met him once very, very briefly. hardly talked to him at all, but he was a wonderful human being. What a guy. What a guy. Yeah. Yeah. So I, you know, like in the end I'm always like, Okay, fine.Whatever. . Yeah, yeah. Right, Because he's, because he's great. So, and I wanna be real clear, we fight, Okay. Everybody, we fight. I have said horrible things to him. He has said horrible things to me. Every, We have two children now. We're so fucking tired. We barely have sex like that. You know, I, I wanna be really honest.Everything is not like glorious and perfect. Yeah. But I love him. I love him, and he is my partner and. We are, we are honest with each other and we are kind to each other more than we are not. And that is, I I, I didn't know that partnership could be like this. We work really hard on ourselves to bring our best selves to this partnership and now to our kids, like we're in it to win it with these babies.They are, they are our everything. So that means you don't fuck around. Right. It's their life. Yeah. It's their life and you are their safe space. So tell me what part of you, if any, feels settled. Mm-hmm. . And what part of you, if any, feels wanting for more stillsettled. I, I mean, I got my family, right? I got a partner that I love and I. We did ended up having to do ivf. It was a whole thing, but we got two kids. Um, that is settled sometimes. I can't believe that I ended up with this fairy tale of, of things being as good as they are unsettled. It's a given and take.Right? I miss traveling. I miss the freedom of. Kids mostly have hampered that, but like, let's go get a cocktail and get wasted . Right? That doesn't happen anymore. You've wrecked, you wrecked for two days now and you can't parent like that. Spirit of full disclosure, Kyle and I talked like, would we ever be in an open relationship?Is that something that we would ever consider? And I was like, Yeah, I'd consider it. And he was like, No, I would not consider it. . Which probably comes as a surprise to absolutely know one. Do you, do you dress up as Catwoman for him? ? Oh yeah. Molly, have I have? Uh, yeah, it's photo evidence nonsense. Oh my God.Thank you for answering that very hard question. Um, I'm, well I guess I'll just ask you this because we talked about it earlier. What, through this conversation, what have you learned about yourself? Um, I think. The thing that sticks out and you ask me like, how have you always trusted yourself?I, I have a lot of thought swirling around that. Um,because I feel for so long that I didn't trust myself. In fact, I was taught not to trust myself. What I was taught is that we are inherently evil and that our desires are always gonna be sinful. And that what you have to do is learn what God wants for your life and learn what, what God's path is. And that is so profoundly damaging to a human being to say, No, don't trust yourself cuz what you want is probably wrong.And I think that's why I stayed in certain situations for so long. , even though I knew I didn't like it, I didn't know how to justify my own feelings. So maybe just remembering that I am capable of more than I really, I don't ever view myself the way that you described just now. Um, I always feel a lot more scared and fragile and bruised than I guess it appears.Right. And trying to bring those two things together, right. What I'm capable of and what I've been through. And then also recognizing that sometimes I stilla am am as lost as the next person, you know, And that you'll get through that. Yeah. Cuz you have before. Sure. Sure. Yes. . Yes. And when it feels like shit, just know that this is just the time for feeling like shit. You know? I think I mentioned this to you in one of our phone calls, but it stuck with me and it stuck with me when I was going through my divorce.But, um, when a caterpillar goes into its cocoon, it actually liquefies its whole body does before it reemerges as a butterfly, it literally turns to goo its whole self before the metamorphosis. Metamorphosis. And I forget which author, you know, wrote about that, but, but that there are times in our lives when we are goo and you are gonna feel like goo, like shit, like just a, a mess, a glob of a human.And that's, I think I'm in that phase being a parent of two young children. You know, mid post pan Pandemic pandemic. Where are we at now? Who the fuck knows? Um, 44 years old in my career where the value is on 24 year olds, right? Like there's a lot of my aging parents there. There's a lot of new territory for me right now.Um, and I am, like I said, I am tired. Um, and just remembering that feeling like this is, is literally an essential, if not the most essential part of the transformation. So, Well said. Someone else said it, but I'll repeat it. , No. Whatever.I think about it a lot though. I'm like, Oh, I'm due right now. I'm, I'm, I'm a mess right now. And that is just, I always ask people to introduce themselves in the, in the beginning, however you introduce yourselves. And I'm curious, without using titles such as actor, wife, or mother or whatever, how would you define your identity?I am Rebecca Ward, A lover of people and words, and tastes and sounds and smells. I cannot wait for every new adventure. I, I always used to say that you can't have, that You can have everything. Yes, you can. You may not be able to have it all at the same time, but you can have everything. I don't like it when people tell me no.So . Okay, good. I'm glad that you said that. Sure you can. Thank you. Thank you. I needed to hear that good. Yeah. I mean, you know, it, it, there's no limitations. What is it that I think Deepak Chopra always talks about the field of limitless possibilities. We live in a field of limitless possibilities. Yes. I, I like just thinking about that and then taking a deep breath.There's something inherently hopeful that goes along with that statement, you know? Yes. I love that. I feel like that's the, the whole point and theme of this entire podcast. Yeah. Yes. Yeah, things will come out of the woodwork that you never expected. My nickname for Kyle is Left Field because that's exactly where he came from.Thank you to David Ben Perra for Sound Engineering. Dan Daven for music, David Harper for artwork. I'm Molly Cider. I am This age is produced by Jellyfish Industries. And hey, if you're loving these episodes, don't forget to rate review, and most importantly, share with everyone you know. We need help growing this show so we can keep sharing stories.If you have an idea for a podcast and need someone to produce it for you, email info@jellyfishindustries.com, or if you're struggling in your next life journey and you need support, contact molly@jellyfishindustries.com for a free discovery coaching call. See you all next time.

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Midlife Love Out Loud podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 30:39


Love is what we are all seeking! It may look differently for everyone but ultimately we all want love. And if you're like many of the women I have worked with, you are asking the question: How do I find a partner who is doing “the work” like I am? Alicia Davon, along with her husband Erwan, has become the go- to expert for those seeking a higher level of relationship support since 2003.  Alicia specializes in supporting singles  in getting into passionate and successful relationships, and helping couples take their relationship to new heights of romance and intimacy.  Based in the SF Bay Area, Alicia provides a high end boutique service that gives her clients an effective way to enhance their relationships. She and Erwan offer all of their coaching and classes online and support students all over the world. Grab your Free Love Life Consultation or Text 415 308 9580  www.davonmethod.com @davonmethod on Instagram & TikTok Want to stop going on sucky dates? Grab your MIDLIFE LOVE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DATING and learn how you can call in Mr. Right, right now!  If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, grab your complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to https://midlifeloveoutloud.com/  and don't forget to join the FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook here.

Divorced Not Dead
How to Heal Your Heartbreak with Kendra Allen

Divorced Not Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 40:07


This week on Divorced not dead, Caroline is joined by Kendra Allen who is a breakup coach, blogger, host of Heal Your Heartbreak Podcast, and founder of Break Up Bestie. After going through a series of painful breakups, Kendra realized there was a huge gap online for practical and healthy heartbreak advice and she set out to fill it. FX's Fleishman Is In Trouble. Streaming November 17th. Only on Hulu Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
Giselle and Tom Brady are Divorced, Kanye, and Love is Blind

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 89:46


I'm live in Houston, Dallas, Boston, Philly, and DC! Get tickets at heathermcdonald.net Giselle and Tom Brady are divorced! Why did Giselle finally choose herself? Kanye doubles down in his belief that he is being persecuted. Juicy hypocrisies are revealed in the RHOBH reunion. Then comedian Dana Moon is here! Besides her hilarious original characters like “Chaotic Brunch Girl,” she has done impressions of Netflix's Love is Blind casts. Season 3 is out, and we analyze and predict their relationships and why these shows work so well based on our world today. Enjoy! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts to get exclusive Extra Juicy episodes every Friday and get all episodes of Juicy Scoop, ad-free Or get access to Extra Juicy on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email podcastadsales@sonymusic.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices 

SvenZone Info & Podcast Feed
372 - Two Divorced Men: Their Stories, Reflections, Convictions

SvenZone Info & Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 51:38


Two marriages that ended in divorce.  One after 35 years of marriage, grandkids to show for it; the other marriage, a lot newer with no offspring.  Why did these two men get divorces?  How much responsibility do they take?  What feelings do they currently have for their former spouses, and how did their church communities respond?  Are divorces more accepted these days amongst Christians?  How relevant to these men are Jesus' words, "If anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery."  (Luke 16:18)And would it not make sense for more people to seek marital advice from those who have lived through a divorce? [This conversation was recorded in June of 2022.  Thanks, Jack and Jed.  Your willingness to be open and honest provides valuable insight for us all] Love the show?  We would love your support as a patron.*All patrons have optional access to the Bear W/ Community.About / Video / JoinOn Today's episode:Jack Hoey / Linked In Jed Payne / Instagram / PodcastJoey Svendsen (host) / Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / E-mailPodcast SocialsPWNA Discussion Facebook Group / YouTubee-mail the PWNA team here.Thanks //  Derek Minor for theme song and Joel Hamilton / Joel Hamilton + friends for other music.Support the show

The Bert Show
Would You Take Advice From A Marital Counselor Who's Been Divorced Twice?

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 6:59


Would you go to a Marital Counselor who's been divorced twice?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heavy Pages: A DIVORCE journal
S3E35 Topic Tuesday: DIVORCED and BEYOND

Heavy Pages: A DIVORCE journal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 19:48


***UPDATE*** The  From Devastated to Divorced  prompt journal is now live for order on Amazon. CLICK HERE Here we are, Chapter five in my "From DEVASTATED to DIVORCED" guide. You have made it to the last chapter in this phase of your life. you have suffered a lot but you have learned so much more...and you are ready to write AND live the rest of your life's chapters! If you want to just send me a quick note, you can visit the “Contact” tab at www.HeavyPagesPodcast.com. You can also find more thoughts on this episode on the “Blog” tab of my site. If you would like to interact with me and share with others please join my Facebook group  "Heavy Pages Podcast: Separation and Divorce  Community Heavy Pages Podcast: Separation and Divorce Community If you have enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and subscribing.  And be sure to share this podcast with anyone else you feel will find benefit from it. Thanks for listening, catch you on the next one! *This Podcast is created from my old journal writings. The events are portrayed to the best of my knowledge and memory. While all the stories in this podcast are true, some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of the people involved.

Leaving the Theater
Ticket To Paradise (w/ Nichole Hill)

Leaving the Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 23:00


Ronald Young Jr. reviews Ticket to Paradise with Nichole HIll… RYJ and Nic Hill talk about the levels of rom-coms, Meghan Markle, Joe Rogan, the Daily, and whether or not this should have been a streaming film or not. Nic Hill - 2.9 of 5 starsRYJ - 3 of 5 stars Follow me on IG, and Twitter - @ohitsbigron Follow Nichole Hill on IG - @nicholewthanh and Twitter - @NicHill732 Check out Nic's show The Secret Adventures of Black People available everywhere you listen to podcasts and using the link below:https://thesecretadventuresofblackpeople.com/ Available in Theaters Starring George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Kaitlyn Dever, Billie Lourd, Maxime Bouttier, and Lucas BravoDirected by Ol ParkerWritten by Ol Parker and Daniel Pipski https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14109724/ Support Leaving the Theater on Patreon using the link below: https://www.patreon.com/LeavingTheTheater

Boomer & Gio
A Look at the Cowboys; Tom & Giselle Divorced; Mike White and Joe Flacco Thoughts

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 38:35


Hour 4 We look ahead at the Cowboys schedule before their showdown with the Giants on Thanksgiving. Tom Brady and Gisele are now officially divorced. Right now the Giants and Cowboys are playoff teams. The calls for Mike White have started again. Boomer said Joe Flacco looks completely disengaged on the sideline. Jerry returns for his final update of the morning and we hear from Belichick and Saleh. Robert Kraft congratulates Belichick on career wins. He is now second behind Don Shula. The Giants are not happy with losing but are proud to be 6-2. Geno Smith loves the support he gets in Seattle. The Niners blasted the Rams in what felt like a home game for the Niners in L.A. Jerry went around the NBA from yesterday. In the final segment of the show, we talked about backup quarterbacks and wondered what Joe Flacco is even doing with the Jets if he's not helping Zach Wilson.

Men Don't Know podcast
Monthly Cost To Have A Girlfriend

Men Don't Know podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 54:00


On this episode Chris, Koi, & D call up some friends to find out how much it cost monthly to have a girlfriend.

Quoi de Meuf
(Rediff) - Just divorced !

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 51:42


Un vieux dicton dit que le féminisme mène à la sorcellerie, au lesbianisme, à l'infanticide… Et on pourrait ajouter, au divorce ! Cette semaine, Clémentine Gallot et Pauline Verduzier s'attaquent à ce sujet, qui peut être douloureux, banal, ou avoir l'effet d'une déflagration. Comment se sépare-t-on ? Comment même si, dans 75% des cas, ce sont les femmes qui demandent le divorce, ce sont le plus souvent elles qui sont lésées dans ces processus ? Enfin, comment aborder la séparation au prisme des questions de genre et de féminisme ? Ensemble, elles reviennent sur l'histoire du divorce, de sa place dans les féminismes, mais aussi dans l'économie et bien entendu, de sa représentation dans la pop culture ! Les références entendues dans l'épisode : Le divorce et l'amour pendant la révolution de Dominique Dessertine, dans Combats de femmes 1789-1799 de Évelyne Morin-RotureauIndiana - Une critique du mariage de Des femmes et des lettresBachelor Girl de Betsy Israël (2002)Dangerous de Bette Davis (1935)La femme mystifiée de Berry Friedan (1978)Gaël Octavia : "Le mythe de la femme Potomitan est un piège", #MaParole, Le Portail des Outre-Mer (2021)Séparation : quand la maladie tue le couple de Gaétane Poissonnier et Juliette Chaignon, Causette (2020)Réduire les asymétries de genre dues au divorce de Anne-Marie Leroyer (2016)Le genre du capital de Céline Bessière, Sibylle Gollac (2019)Le prix à payer. Ce que le couple hétéro coûte aux femmes de Lucile Quillet (2021)Séparée: Vivre l'expérience de la rupture de François de Singly (2011)Chez soi de Mona Chollet (2015)La séparation chez les couples corésidents de même sexe et de sexe différent de Benjamin Marteau (2019)You Need Help: How Do I Survive My First Breakup to Stay Friends on the Other Side?, de Kayla, Autostraddle (2021)Do Lesbian Breakups Really Hit Harder ? de Amelia Abraham (2021)Paye ta séparation ; Vivons heureux avant la fin du Monde, Delphine Saltel, Arte Radio (2021)Les sentiments du prince Charles de Liv Strömquist (2016)Je sors d'une rupture et je vais très bien, Les Histoires derrière les stories, Marion (2021)Le compte Instagram @ExRelou Comment ne pas devenir une marâtre de Fiona Schmidt (2021)Une séparation de Asghar Farhadi (2011)Le procès de Viviane Amsalem de Shlomi Elkabetz et Ronit Elkabetz (2014)Divorce, quand la religion s'en mêle, Les Pieds sur Terre (2022)Rupture(s) de Claire Marin (2019)Heartburn de Nora Ephron (2013)Wild de Jean-Marc Vallée (2014)Divorce de Sharon Horgan (2016)Scenes from a marriage de Hagai Levi (2021)L'amour flou de Romane Bohringer et Philippe Rebbot (2018)Marriage story de Noah Baumbach (2020)Les Berkman se séparent de Noah Baumbach (2006)We are never getting back together de Taylor Swift (2012)Thank U, next de Ariana Grande (2018)Good 4 u de Olivia Rodrigo (2021)Sages femmes de Marie Richeux (2021)La Vérité sur la lumière de Auður Ava Ólafsdóttir (2022) Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse : Pauline verduzier Mixage et montage : Laurie Galligani. Prise de son par Thibault Delage à l'Arrière Boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation et coordination : Cassandra de Carvalho et Mathilde Jonin.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Over 65 and Talking
I Divorced My Agent

Over 65 and Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 16:33


# 381 What a relief! And, here's why.

Kevin and Cory
Divorced From Reality

Kevin and Cory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 42:42


In the 11 a.m. hour of the K&C Masterpiece, the guys chat with DallasCowboys.com columnist Mickey Spagnola, discuss the Mavs overtime win in Brooklyn, and dip into some Gridiron Gravy

WTF divorce
#Dating 24:

WTF divorce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 7:16


It just to me says actually, 'oh, he was able to commit and he's looking for a commitment or was at some point.' Whereas guys who haven't been married, then it's a little bit like, 'Hmm, why haven't they been married?' Today we're talking with Kristen Carney. Kristen is a banter coach who helps men be more confident, witty, and charming. Stop getting stuck on dating apps, and start going on dates. If you're frustrated with online dating, sign up for a coaching session with Kristen: Instagram: @TheBanterCoach Website: www.KristenAndChill.com *** Go to WTFdivorce.com for more dating after divorce advice *** We all know first impressions are important. What about *lasting* impressions? Guys, we all know that confidence can take you far in life. That's especially true in the bedroom. And that's where BlueChew comes in. WTF divorce podcast is sponsored by BlueChew. BlueChew is a unique online service that delivers the same active ingredients as Viagra and Cialis, but in CHEWABLE tablets and at a fraction of the cost! You can take them anytime, day or night---so you can plan ahead, or be ready whenever an opportunity arises. The process is simple: Sign up at BlueChew.com, consult with one of their licensed medical providers, and once you're approved, you'll receive your prescription within days. The best part? It's all done online! So no visits to the doctor's office, no awkward conversations, and no waiting in line at the pharmacy. BlueChew's tablets are made in the USA, and prepared and shipped direct to your door, in a discreet package. Women say there's nothing sexier than confidence...and BlueChew can help give you confidence where it counts. If you could benefit from extra confidence when it's time to perform, BlueChew can help. Chew it and do it! And we've got a special deal for our listeners: Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code WTF at checkout--just pay $5 shipping. That's BlueChew.com, promo code WTF to receive your first month FREE. Visit BlueChew.com for more details and important safety information, and we thank BlueChew for sponsoring the podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rob-roseman/message

Divorced Not Dead
Moms Moving On with Michelle Dempsey

Divorced Not Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 41:35 Very Popular


This week on Divorced not dead, Caroline is joined by certified divorce coach, author, podcaster, and mom (along with stepmom) Michelle Dempsey. She works with women all over the world to help them prepare for divorce, navigate the journey, and take the high road in co-parenting.  Visit Cozyearth.com and use code DND to get 35% off site wide Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.

Midlife Love Out Loud podcast
165: The Connection between Healthy Finances and Healthy Love with Sarry Ibrahim

Midlife Love Out Loud podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 26:47


Getting your ducks in a row when it comes to your finances is also an important part of feeling secure within yourself when on the dating scene. When it comes to the psychology of money, just like love, the biggest obstacle is fear. So just like love, your mindset impacts your financial well-being. Is there a connection? Sarry Ibrahim is a financial specialist, private money lender, real estate investor and member of the Bank On Yourself Organization. He helps business owners, real estate investors, and full time employees grow safe and predictable wealth regardless of market conditions using a financial strategy that has been around for over 160 years. Sarry started this journey when he was in grad school completing his MBA. He worked for companies like Allstate, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna Healthspring, and Humana before founding Financial Asset Protection, a financial services firm that focuses on one sole concept; the Bank On Yourself ® concept. Free "Thinking Like a Bank" ebook. Learn to think like a bank by downloading a free copy HERE Want to stop going on sucky dates? Grab your MIDLIFE LOVE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DATING and learn how you can call in Mr. Right, right now!  If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, grab your complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to www.CoachJunieMoon.com and don't forget to join the FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook here.

CUP OF JOY THE PODCAST
101. Joyfully Divorced

CUP OF JOY THE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 27:51


Cup of Joy Episodes are back from taking a brief 2-month break. We're feeling re-aligned with a strong passion & purpose to help humans use self discovery for healing, become the most authentic version of themselves & live a limitless life! In this solo jam you'll hear my passion project for Divorced Women come to life!Talking points in the episode were:How to become the most authentic version of yourselfGrief has to be witnessedSelf-renovation and completely grasp joy and self-loveNavigating isolation and distractions as a part of the journeyVisit Heidi Bee's:Website: http://joyfullydivorced.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joyfullybee/LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/JoyfullyDivorcedPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cup-of-joy-the-podcast/id1486352885 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heidibeesfitness Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/CUP-OF-JOY-THE-PODCAST/dp/B08JJQ8S7T Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4jLp05yjoQNYPDhRtMyyI1?si=cd66319006384b5e Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Dear Divorce Diary
(23) Divorced as F* in 7 Spiritual Steps: Interview with Author Bernadette Purcell

Dear Divorce Diary

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 31:44


This book is so. freaking. funny. But also gives you what you need. THAT combination is straight-up medicine. Bernadette's voice of reason (and also hilarity!) is just what the doctor ordered. And through it all, she is guiding you through your transformational divorce experience.Join me on the engaging journey of what it's like when a therapist gets divorced...and transforms her life.Also heard in this interview is a *very* cool visualization I had NEVER heard before. Bernadette is a true gem.Find Bern's book here: Divorced as F in  7 Spiritual StepsFree 21-Day Guided Journaling ProgramFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MyCoachDawnInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dawnwiggins/On the Web: https://www.mycoachdawn.com

web divorced purcell spiritual steps
Men Don't Know podcast
All About The Teeth

Men Don't Know podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 28:34


On this episode, Chris & Koi call up some friends to find out how important teeth are.

The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq.
Your Post-Divorce Honeymoon is the Trip of a Lifetime with Sadie Marie on Divorce & Beyond #266

The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 44:21


On this week's episode of the Divorce & Beyond Podcast, Susan Guthrie, Esq. welcomes Sadie Marie, creator and Host of Sadie's Divorced and Happy Podcast. Together, Susan and Sadie take you on a journey through your post-divorce honeymoon – this is the trip of a lifetime!  Throughout our lives we have many kinds of celebrations - when there is the birth of a baby, we celebrate with baby showers, or for birthdays, we celebrate with parties. When we get married, one way we celebrate is by going on a honeymoon with our new spouse. And guess what? There is also a honeymoon phase you can experience after your divorce!   In this episode, fellow podcast host, Sadie Marie, joins Susan for a conversation about some of the ways to transition from experiencing grief over your divorce to a celebratory phase and beyond. You'll hear ways how to achieve happiness, find yourself, and more. Sadie Marie is the host of Sadie's Divorced and Happy podcast, a spicy, playful, out-of-the-box look at life after divorce.    Conversation Topics and Golden Nuggets:  The “honeymoon phase” of divorce is about experiencing, learning about, and loving yourself There is a huge part that grief plays in letting go of what you thought you had or who you thought you were How to transition from experiencing grief to this celebratory phase of divorce Stepping into and feeling your most “spicy”  Do something different! Divorce is a great season to do something out-of-the-bo “The biggest gift my honeymoon phase gave to me was just how happy I could be.”  Celebrate the small wins! About this week's special guest: Sadie Marie Since her divorce, Sadie Marie recognizes more than ever the value of being fierce in determination, desire, and, most of all, self-love. She's also learned to put her focus on being relentless and resilient in pursuing happiness for herself and her family. As the host of Sadie's Divorced and Happy Podcast, Sadie welcomes the opportunity to share her insights and ideas as well as learn from her listeners and guests.  Website:  http://www.divorcedandhappy.net Instagram: http://instagram.com/sadiesdivorcedandhappy Facebook: http://facebook.com/sadiesdivorcedandhappy TikTok:  https://www.tiktok.com/@sadiesdivorcedandhappy YouTube: http://youtube.com/sadiesdivorcedandhappy Podcast: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/podcast Also mentioned in this episode: Book a Strategy Session with Susan!  Sometimes Too Much is Just Enough Part One with Laura Friedman Williams, Author of "Available" Sometimes Too Much is Just Enough Part Two with Laura Friedman Williams, Author of "Available" Anything is Possible: Bonus Author Update with Laura Friedman Williams, Author of ”Available”  If you want to see the video version of the podcast episodes they are available on The Divorce & Beyond YouTube Channel!  Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss a single episode! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR: HELLO DIVORCE Your divorce, your way.  Say hello to an easier, kinder, and less expensive divorce.  They can handle almost every divorce without a court for thousands less than hiring a lawyer.  Easy, quick online divorce process  We review, file, and serve for you  Expert legal and financial help as you go  Get more information, resources, and support at hellodivorce.com/beyond and receive $100 off your service with the code BEYOND!  Visit hellodivorce.com/beyond for $100 OFF! ******************************************************************* MEET OUR CREATOR AND HOST: SUSAN GUTHRIE®, ESQ., the creator and host of The Divorce and Beyond® Podcast, is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and divorce mediation attorneys in the country.  Susan is a member of the Executive Council of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution and is the Founder of Divorce in a Better Way® which provides a curated selection of resources and information for those facing divorce and other life changes.  Internationally renowned as one of the leading experts in online mediation, Susan created her Learn to Mediate Online® program and has trained more than 18,000 professionals in how to transition their practice online.  Susan recently partnered with legal and mediation legend, Forrest "Woody" Mosten to create the Mosten Guthrie Academy which provides gold standard, fully online training for mediation and collaborative professionals at all stages of their career.   Follow Susan Guthrie and THE DIVORCE AND BEYOND PODCAST on social media for updates and inside tips and information: Susan Guthrie on Facebook @susanguthrieesq Susan on Instagram @susanguthrieesq Susan on Twitter @guthrielaw ********************************************************************* SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE! If you would like to sponsor the show please reach out to us at  divorceandbeyondpod@gmail.com for pricing and details!!! ********************************************************************* We'd really appreciate it if you would give us a 5 Star Rating and tell us what you like about the show in a review - your feedback really matters to us!  You can get in touch with Susan at divorceandbeyondpod@gmail.com.  Don't forget to visit the webpage www.divorceandbeyondpod.com and sign up for the free NEWSLETTER to receive a special welcome video from Susan and more!! ********************************************************************* DISCLAIMER:  THE COMMENTARY AND OPINIONS AVAILABLE ON THIS PODCAST ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LEGAL ADVICE.  YOU SHOULD CONTACT AN ATTORNEY IN YOUR STATE TO OBTAIN LEGAL ADVICE WITH RESPECT TO ANY PARTICULAR ISSUE OR PROBLEM

Men Don't Know podcast
The Other 50 Percent

Men Don't Know podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 35:26


On this episode, Chris & Koi call up some friends to find out about the other 50% of marriages that don't end in divorce and what percentage is happy.

All That to Say with Elisabeth Klein
Guided Meditation: For When You are Separated or Divorced

All That to Say with Elisabeth Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 9:53


When you find yourself separated or divorced, a guided meditation to move closer to your Healer. Heartbreak to Hope (now PAY WHAT YOU CAN): https://bit.ly/Heartbreak-to-Hope-pwyc *if interested in joining the FREE one-month coaching Beauty for Ashes coaching experience, email me at elisabeth@elisabethklein.com today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elisabeth-klein/support

The Words Matter Podcast with Oliver Thomson
The Outsiders - Clinicians divorced from their profession with Eliud Sierra

The Words Matter Podcast with Oliver Thomson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 59:57


Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.Apologies for the slight delay in the episode, work and life events continue to get in the way of my passion for producing these conversations.So it's time for another Outsider episode (see prior Outsider episodes here, here, here and here), where I talk with clinicians that feel divorced from their profession and don't identify with their professional label and the professionally assumed meaning of that label.And on this episode I'm speaking with Eliud Sierra. Eliud is an evidence-based chiropractor who specialises in physical rehabilitation and chronic pain management through strength and conditioning focused treatments. Many of you may be familiar with him via Instagram, with his handle The_Rehab_Chiro – which amongst sharing evidence informed messaging also provides his critical and often humorous thoughts on chiropractic.Eliud works in the U.S. within in a private clinic located in the city of Chicago . As an undergraduate student, Eliud attended the University of Iowa where we worked in the physical therapy department of the medical college, aiding in research regarding spinal cord injury patients.After the University of Iowa, Eliud went on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic where he got his doctor of chiropractic degree and founded the school's first evidence-based club. In his professional career, Eliud has worked with a wide array of individuals ranging from elite athletes to post-surgical patients. So it was great to speak with Eliud, as you will hear we share a common experience of leaving via choice or through force a Facebook group of our respective professions and it fun to exchange the reasons and context around that.Support the podcast and contribute via Patreon hereIf you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise  - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical Communication ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Divorced Not Dead
Complicated Relationships Are Necessary

Divorced Not Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 33:38 Very Popular


This week on Divorced not dead, Caroline is back with her famous solo. On this episode she talks about the complexity of relationships with family, close friends, children etc. She also talks about compromises one needs to make to have peace, but having boundaries is always important.   Visit Cozyearth.com and use code DND to get 35% off site wide Produced by Dear Media

The Be Ruthless Show
Things You Wouldn't Otherwise Know

The Be Ruthless Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 30:21


There are so many things that I go through that no one sees. I lived alone for years before Jim and I reconnected. But living alone without him now - it's an entirely different kind of living alone. And the more clients I work with, the more I realize that it's not just me. It's universal. So on today's episode of The Be Ruthless Show, I share some things you'd never know without people like me telling you. Widows. Divorced empty nesters. Trauma survivors. We're everywhere, and we deal with a lot that isn't discussed. Tune in for six examples now. =========================================================================================================== Come join Team Ruthless and find Your Support – Your way And remember, asking questions and having conversations is always encouraged! Connect with me at sam@samantharuth.com!

Midlife Love Out Loud podcast
164: Emotional Mastery: How to Light Up Your Love Life with Andrea Isaacs

Midlife Love Out Loud podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 27:01


Are you ready to be lit up and go through life with your authentic wholeness? Knowing your unique blueprint can help you change the way you react to things. It can also help improve your relationships.  Controlling your emotions doesn't work. It's powerful when you harness the energy of your emotions and learn how to use the energy for your highest and best way. Every moment is a choice. You can always choose how you react. Andrea Isaacs is the founder of the Emotional Mastery Institute and creator of the EQ Quiz. Her students call her a Master of Change and a “spiritual teacher extraordinaire.” Clients work with her when they know something's missing and want more meaning, creativity, abundance and joy in all areas of life. In working with her, you'll reconnect with your heart's desire, realign with your soul's purpose and revitalize your life. Her work synthesizes embodiment with the Enneagram personality system and neuroscience, creating a doorway for your Emotional and Life Mastery.  Using her unique method, she shifted her own painful shyness to the ability to take a stand and speak on stages around the world, guiding thousands of people to light up their lives. Her talk is inspiring and you'll leave with easy-to-use tips for how to light up your life. Grab Your FREE Emotional Mastery Toolkit Facebook Facebook Business Page  Instagram Want to stop going on sucky dates? Grab your MIDLIFE LOVE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DATING and learn how you can call in Mr. Right, right now!  If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, grab your complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to www.CoachJunieMoon.com and don't forget to join the FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook here.

Heavy Pages: A DIVORCE journal
S3E33 Topic Tuesday: Its over, now what?

Heavy Pages: A DIVORCE journal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 18:51


***UPDATE*** The  From Devastated to Divorced  prompt journal is now live for order on Amazon. CLICK HERE Here we are, Chapter four in my "From DEVASTATED to DIVORCED" guide. In this chapter of the journey, its time do deal with the ex, and to make sure you get everything you deserve from this failed marriage.   If you want to just send me a quick note, you can visit the “Contact” tab at www.HeavyPagesPodcast.com. You can also find more thoughts on this episode on the “Blog” tab of my site. If you would like to interact with me and share with others please join my Facebook group  "Heavy Pages Podcast: Separation and Divorce  Community Heavy Pages Podcast: Separation and Divorce Community If you have enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and subscribing.  And be sure to share this podcast with anyone else you feel will find benefit from it. Thanks for listening, catch you on the next one! *This Podcast is created from my old journal writings. The events are portrayed to the best of my knowledge and memory. While all the stories in this podcast are true, some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of the people involved.

Single Mother Survival Guide
320 - What I wish I knew about support options before I got divorced

Single Mother Survival Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 20:49


Today I talk about different support options people wish I had known before they decide to get a divorce. Divorce settlements aren't fun for anyone; sometimes they can take months or even years. This is a life-altering decision about your future. So really considering what is best, especially if you have children, and considering various support options to ensure the best possible outcome for you and your family is super important. In this episode, I talk about the top three things that keep coming up in terms of what people wish they knew about support options before getting divorced. Links mentioned in the episode:  Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE.  Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE. To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com. Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too. Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

BiggerPockets Money Podcast
345: Divorced and $250K in Debt to Financially Free in 10 Years

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 53:26 Very Popular


We know financial freedom is possible for those in their 20s and 30s, just starting their careers, without children and serious financial obligations. But what about those getting started on their journey in their 40s and 50s? What about the stories of those who've had lifelong debt, went through a financially destructive divorce, or didn't know early retirement was an option?Monica Scudieri, author of Grab Your Slice of Financial Independence, wasn't financially free until recently. For the past decade, she's been working hard to pay off a quarter of a million dollars in debt, get her investments in line, and rebuild a life that was financially set back thanks to divorce. While she sounds like a veteran money expert, Monica wasn't always this frugal. She remembers spending 90% of her paycheck as soon as she got paid, and her ex-husband did very much the same.After her divorce, Monica was left with an astonishing amount of debt, very few assets, and close to no cash. She worked hard for the next decade digging herself out of debt, building up a cash-flowing rental property portfolio, and financially optimizing her life in every way she could. Now, she's financially free, coaching others on how they can do the same!In This Episode We CoverFinancial red flags to look out for when dating (and what to do if you spot them)Budgeting, tracking your expenses, and the smarter way to ensure you're not overspending Having the “money conversation” with your partner or spouse before it's too lateDownsizing and ignoring lifestyle creep even if your partner can'tBuilding a small rental property portfolio and the huge benefits of investing earlySide hustles and doing whatever you can to get out of consumer debtWhy the Honda Civic remains the FIRE movement's vehicle of choiceAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Money Facebook GroupBiggerPockets ForumsFinance Review Guest OnboardingMindy's TwitterListen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One PlaceApply to Be a Guest on The Money ShowPodcast Talent Search!Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelListen to The “On The Market” Podcast: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, BiggerPocketsCheck Out Mindy's 2022 Live Spending Tracker and BudgetClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/money-345Interested in learning more about today's sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Men Don't Know podcast
Wrong Time To Ask Questions!

Men Don't Know podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 34:01


On this episode, Chris & Koi call up some friends to findout when is it the wrong time to ask your boyfriend or husband a question.

If These Ovaries Could Talk
Intersectional Fertility

If These Ovaries Could Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 51:37


 If These Ovaries Could Talk | S10. Ep 6: Josie is a queer, non-binary, Latinx fertility acupuncturist who's journey of coming out and ending a 10 year cis-hetero relationship led them to found Intersectional Fertility; a company that focuses on re-centering queer, trans, and non-binary folks in reproductive healthcare and beyond. Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. ovariestalk@gmail.com IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok: @ovariestalk  Edited by EditAudio press Brett Henne theme song: Songfinch & Tiffany Topol Thanks to LightStream, Thrive Causemetics and our Patreon supporters! Intersectional Fertility

Men Don't Know podcast
Putting In A Good Word!

Men Don't Know podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 34:04


On this episode, Chris & Koi call up a some friends to findout if putting in a good word for someone for dating or relationship purposes a good idea?

Divorced Not Dead
The Champagne Diet with Cara Alwill

Divorced Not Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 39:35 Very Popular


This week on Divorced not dead, Caroline is joined by worldwide bestselling author, host and creator of the top-rated podcast, Style Your Mind, and change agent for women – Cara Alwill. On this episode Cara talks about liberating women to trust their intuition and create their own opportunities. She also shares insights about her personal life and what helps her move forward each day. Visit Zocdoc.com/DND and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Visit Cozyearth.com and use code DND to get 35% off site wide Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.

Mai's Vault Podcast
What No One Tells You About Being Divorced as a Muslim Woman

Mai's Vault Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 56:14


When it comes to divorce within the Muslim community, there are a lot of stigmas and stereotypes that come with it. As a woman, it can be difficult to navigate through this process – but it's not impossible. In this video, Maya Hussein and I explore some of the most common stigmas and stereotypes associated with being divorced as a Muslim woman, and offer some advice on how to deal with them. Follow Maya Hussein on Tik Tok and IG @mayahussein Follow me on Tik Tok, IG, Youtube @maisvault

Divorced Not Dead
The Coming of AGE

Divorced Not Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 37:53 Very Popular


This week on Divorced not dead, Caroline is back with her famous solo. On this episode she talks about how age is just a number, and everything is possible at any age. Acceptance and moving on plays an important role as it's inevitable. Visit Cozyearth.com and use code DND to get 35% off site wide. Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.