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Empowering Women: Examining the Irony of Divorce and Building a Growth Mindset

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Do you think the biggest irony of life for a woman is going through a divorce?

Divorce agreement shakes up a woman’s world completely. If she is a homemaker, it affects her financially and makes her feel abandoned. At the same time, if she is working, she still feels lost as she has the constant feeling of not belonging anywhere.

Many women stay in bad marriages due to these reasons, plus they also hope that their situation will get better but most of the time that doesn’t happen.

Join your hosts Meeta Gupta and Ritu Prasad in this important episode as they discuss the reasons behind a divorce, coping with divorce as a woman, and how to be prepared for a divorce.

They feel that every woman should be prepared for the worst while living and hoping for the best. Women should take charge to build awareness around their own and their husband’s wealth, have knowledge about their rights, and form a support system even when everything is going in the right direction.

It is essential to even understand that managing money is a life skill and it’s important to acquire it.

Listen into the entire episode to know how you can form a growth mindset and ditch the old and boring victim mindset.

**Season 1 of Moolha Talks is taking a closer look into the social conditioning, challenges, and financial decisions that women go through at various life stages and how is it that we can seize our power back across these life stages. So follow Moolah Talks and stay tuned!**

Take your first step towards financial education - watch the FREE 2-hour Masterclass at bit.ly/moolah-talks-masterclass

Only for Moolah Talks listeners - 10% discount on Finance Essential Course. Use the coupon code MOOLAH10. Avail the offer here https://tinyurl.com/27yel45a

**This podcast is produced and managed by Done for you Podcasts**

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Do you think the biggest irony of life for a woman is going through a divorce?

Divorce agreement shakes up a woman’s world completely. If she is a homemaker, it affects her financially and makes her feel abandoned. At the same time, if she is working, she still feels lost as she has the constant feeling of not belonging anywhere.

Many women stay in bad marriages due to these reasons, plus they also hope that their situation will get better but most of the time that doesn’t happen.

Join your hosts Meeta Gupta and Ritu Prasad in this important episode as they discuss the reasons behind a divorce, coping with divorce as a woman, and how to be prepared for a divorce.

They feel that every woman should be prepared for the worst while living and hoping for the best. Women should take charge to build awareness around their own and their husband’s wealth, have knowledge about their rights, and form a support system even when everything is going in the right direction.

It is essential to even understand that managing money is a life skill and it’s important to acquire it.

Listen into the entire episode to know how you can form a growth mindset and ditch the old and boring victim mindset.

**Season 1 of Moolha Talks is taking a closer look into the social conditioning, challenges, and financial decisions that women go through at various life stages and how is it that we can seize our power back across these life stages. So follow Moolah Talks and stay tuned!**

Take your first step towards financial education - watch the FREE 2-hour Masterclass at bit.ly/moolah-talks-masterclass

Only for Moolah Talks listeners - 10% discount on Finance Essential Course. Use the coupon code MOOLAH10. Avail the offer here https://tinyurl.com/27yel45a

**This podcast is produced and managed by Done for you Podcasts**

  continue reading

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