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Best Divorcecoach podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Divorcecoach podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Divorce provides a perfect opportunity to begin identifying and practicing new ways of thinking, being, and doing. Our Journey Beyond Divorce podcasts help you to navigate the shifting world that you currently inhabit, and utilize your struggles as stepping-stones that lead to inner strength, clarity, and confidence. If you are seeking personal one-on-one coaching visit www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.
 
Gina Marie DePrima, Esq., is a natural born empath, energy worker and family/divorce law attorney. Gain a legal and healing perspective to all matters of the heart. Emotional unrest can be a catalyst to a brighter future with the proper foundation. Build a foundation for a more peaceful future. Gain clarity and solutions during your relationship family struggles.
 
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Using Humor to Help You Have Difficult Conversations – In Episode 96, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about using humor in certain situations to help lower conflict and stress in difficult conversations. We know divorce isn’t exactly a funny topic, but as the old saying goes, if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry. So, why not try some of…
 
The psychological impact of living with a HCP crushes your self esteem often leaving you, the spouse insecure, reactive and bitter. Dr. Gayle Reed shares how forgiveness is a healing balm for the spouse of the HCP. She explains the traumatic impact of verbal and emotional abuse and the psychological defenses you use to manage the resulting anger, p…
 
How to Get the Best Result in Divorce Mediation – In Episode 95, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk divorce mediation. Mediation is a great alternative to the typical divorce process and mediation nearly always succeeds in resolving the issues if you have a skilled, knowledgeable mediator. An experienced mediator can provide you with…
 
When Should I Introduce My Kids to My New Mate? – In Episode 94, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk new mates. People often ask about if, when, and how they should introduce new mates to their children. We find that ex-spouses often disagree on this issue and new mates often create a hiccup in co-parenting at a time when things were …
 
Today’s episode is dedicated to your healing journey. Those of us who marry HCPs have our part in the dysfunction as we discussed in episode 2 - Divorcing A Narcissist: The Personality Disorders and Dysfunctional Dance of High Conflict Marriages. We are excited to have Ross Rosenberg with us again today to share deeply effective strategies for heal…
 
7 Tips to Deal with Uncertainty - In Episode 93, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about uncertainty, which most people find to be an uncomfortable feeling. Uncertainty often accompanies change and as you know, divorce is all about change, and lot’s of it! So, how do you deal with uncertainty when your anxiety, stress, and emotions …
 
Can This Marriage Be Saved? - In Episode 92, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about the possibility of saving marriage even though it’s been pushed to the brink of divorce. In a large percentage of cases, one spouse does not want the divorce. But can your marriage be saved or are you holding on to false hope? Listen now as we look …
 
As we began discussing in our last episode, communicating with a high conflict personality (HCP) is often frustrating and fruitless, and leaves us feeling angry, exhausted and unheard. Today’s episode offers a unique and powerful approach to communicating with a narcissist that enables you to protect your interests without conflict or drama! This s…
 
Are You Ready For Your Court-Sponsored Child Custody Mediation? - In Episode 91, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about child custody mediation that is conducted by the Court, not a private mediator. Whether your Court system keeps the mediation private or has the mediator report to the Judge, there are certain things you should do…
 
Difficult Conversations - In Episode 90, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about the difficult conversations that are often part of divorce. Maybe you are making “the announcement” or maybe your negotiating finances or a parenting schedule. Or maybe, you need to talk about the difficulty one of your children is having. Regardless, t…
 
Today’s powerful episode gives you the strategies and tools needed to communicate more effectively with your spouse’s high conflict personality. You have been struggling with criticism, deflection, blaming and black and white thinking. You have doubted your own version of reality, lost your self esteem and tried time and again to reason with your s…
 
It All Starts With Your Thoughts - In Episode 89, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we dive inward to look at common internal thoughts people have during a divorce or breakup. Your thoughts can often be your own worst enemy. They can lead you to say and do things that hurt you, your ex, your kids, and your Court case. Listen now to learn ab…
 
Co-Parents! Written Communication Is Better - In Episode 88, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about why it is imperative for co-parents to use written communication. This is especially important if you have a high-conflict relationship with your ex. Written communication can even give you an advantage in your Court case, if you are…
 
Is Litigation Killing You? – In Episode 87, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss the most common problem in the industry that no one wants to talk about, litigation. Litigation can cause major rifts between families and hurt feelings or damaged relationships for years to come. Worst of all, it can be especially damaging for children…
 
You kids have been experiencing conflict throughout the marriage, even if you think you have ‘hidden’ it from them. Now that a decision has been made to divorce, tensions will only rise. It is all the more important to focus on protecting your children now while navigating a high conflict divorce. Deciding when, how and what to tell the kids about …
 
Do I Need A Divorce Coach? - In Episode 86, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss the most under utilized divorce professional in the industry, a Divorce Coach. What is a divorce coach and how do you know if you need one? A divorce coach can be an invaluable resource in almost any divorce, if you find the right one. And unlike your a…
 
The Right of First Refusal - In Episode 85, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss a common Court order in many parenting plans, the “Right of First Refusal”. If you don’t know what that is, then this a must-listen episode for you. A Right of First Refusal, at first glance, seems logical and good for the kids. But there are many aspec…
 
Entering the legal process of any divorce feels frightening and overwhelming. For those entering high conflict divorce, the fear and confusion is escalated due to years of living in a dysfunctional marriage and the complexities involved when divorcing a high conflict personality. There is often a greater need to be in the court system due to the po…
 
Moving On From Divorce - In Episode 84, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss the difficulty of moving on after divorce. Many people feel stuck emotionally, financially, and in their co-parenting. We’ll discuss how you can deal with all of these issues in a way that helps you create a post-divorce life that is free from the interfere…
 
My Kids Are Saying……… - In Episode 83, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss the kids and the things they say about the other parent or the other parent’s home. Often, it’s TMI and you can find yourself thrown back into the emotional rollercoaster of divorce. So, what do you do? You want your kids to feel heard and feel like they can…
 
Living with a narcissist is ‘crazy making’. Understanding your role in the ongoing insanity is vital in order to create lasting change. In order to navigate your divorce effectively and strategically and emerge confident and renewed, it is essential that you keep your focus on that which you have power over...your thoughts, feelings and behavior. T…
 
Verbal and Emotional Abuse - In Episode 82, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss the number one complaint we hear about relationships, verbal and emotional abuse. Courts are concerned about abuse, but abuse that comes in the verbal and emotional form is much harder to prove. This often leaves the person being abused with no real res…
 
What's Love Got To Do With It? - In Episode 81, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss love. Now, I know you’re thinking it’s odd for divorce professionals talk about love. But trust us, we see what love IS NOT, all day, every day. And if you’re like us, and you’ve come out of a high-conflict or unloving relationship, it can be diffic…
 
If you have lost yourself amidst your marriage with a narcissist, today’s show will reveal and explain much about the insanity you have been living with. It is vital to understand the traits of the pathological narcissist and your role as a codependent in order to emotionally heal and change behaviors that have kept you stuck in your unhealthy marr…
 
Long Distance Parenting - In Episode 80, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss Long Distance Parenting. Are you a Mom or Dad struggling to bond with your child over a long distance? Or perhaps your trying to help maintain the connection between your child and the other parent, who lives far away. We’ve seen many clients navigate this…
 
High conflict personalities drive high conflict divorces. If you have been married to and are divorcing this type of personality, today’s show helps you to understand the traits common to this personality type. You will begin to understand your spouse’s inability to manage his/her emotions, their black and white thinking, extreme behaviors and tend…
 
The wide array of logistical details and emotional tensions surrounding co parenting post divorce can be a minefield for unnecessary conflict. It’s hard enough to parent while living under the same roof due to all the details of our children’s busy lives. When parenting under separate roofs, managing all the details of your shared parenting schedul…
 
In the early stages of divorce we experience a powerful emotional sting. Coming to terms with the fact that divorce IS part of your reality often happens when you begin to tell others about it. Today we discuss telling your spouse, children, family, friends and others. We look at the fears and resistance that arises and the questions that you want …
 
Today’s show acknowledges the tender emotions you experience while negotiating custody. We encourage you to notice the nightmare stories that create fear and tension, derailing your negotiations. Our guest, Josh Hecht, shares strategies to cut through the acrimony, negotiate for both the current and the long term needs of your children, and insure …
 
As you enter divorce negotiations it is imperative that you have a good handle on your financial picture and the value each asset represents. The fear and uncertainty of what your financial reality will be post-divorce plagues everyone. Getting educated and enlisting professionals to support you in negotiating a win-win settlement is vital. Today’s…
 
In today’s show we discuss how to choose the best legal approach with your children’s mental and emotional health front and center. Children can experience significant emotional damage as a result of divorce, but they don’t have to. While it is understandable that you want to fight for your fair share of time with the kids, we want you to understan…
 
Most people considering divorce expect that they will have to ‘litigate’ in order to legally divorce. There is also a lot of criticism around the litigation process. Listen in as Wendy Samuelson, Esq. shares the benefits and protections of working within the courts to divorce. Wendy shares what litigating means, how the process typically unfolds an…
 
Today's show focuses on your children and how you can parent through divorce in a way that protects them from the animosity between you and your spouse and honors their rights. We talk with Dr. Mark Banschick, a child psychiatrist who share the negative impact and long term affects children experience when parents do not protect them from the hosti…
 
Understanding the Divorce Landscape takes a big picture look at what you are facing as you enter the world of divorce. We share tips that support you to effectively take control of your part of the divorce process, the one part of the process that you have direct control over. You will hear what to educate yourself about in advance of making signif…
 
One of the most important decisions you make in the early stages of divorce is the legal approach that will be most effective for your circumstances. You may find that each attorney you interview states that their approach is the right one for you. It can be overwhelming and scary to sort out what the different legal avenues are and how to discern …
 
Your finances are certain to change during and after divorce and therefore raise fear in just about everyone facing this transition. Today we speak with Elizabeth Polizzi, a financial expert who specializes in strategizing around the finances of divorce. She discusses how vital it is to be informed and educated in order to negotiate the best possib…
 
Once the decision to divorce has been made one of the greatest daily difficulties is how to live under the same roof with your STBX and all the contention that you are each feelings. The most effective way of approaching this stage is refining your communication and problem solving skills. Dr. Dan Thomason explains how easy it is to get caught in a…
 
A Divorce Recovery Plan Custom Designed for You Are you tired of being controlled by the chaos of divorce. Do you wish you could think clearly and make the big decisions before you with confidence. Do you question what happened to your ‘old self’ and wonder how you have become so angry, fearful and reactionary? What if you could find a resource cus…
 
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