Thu, 29 December 2011
Happy New Year!
This is the final broadcast of 2011 and we're going out in style giving our listeners a FREE eHarmony Weekend.
Visit our website at www.DivorceSourceRadio.com and click on the eHarmony banner to get in on this special for DSR listeners. It's a great way to possibly find the life partner you always dreamed of and at no cost to you.
Also in this episode, DSR founder and host, Steve Peck, provides a year in review for 2011 and tell of new things to come in 2012.
Thank you for being part of our Divorce Source Radio community. It has been a privilege serving you during this challenging time in your life. We wish you a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year!
Tue, 27 December 2011
Welcome to Single Again! Now What?, a new program on Divorce Source Radio with hosts Joanie Winberg and Lesley Hatfield.
As the title implies, this is a show designed for individuals who have gone through divorce and are looking to rebuild a healthier and happier life than ever before. The hosts have experienced divorce firsthand and provide thoughts, feelings and advice in a fun uplifting format.
Going through divorce can be one of the darkest times in an individuals life... welcome to the other side! This show is going to be fun and informative. Listen weekly on www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.
Sun, 25 December 2011
In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, we discuss Organizing your Divorce and Empowering your Your New Life, with our guest, Laura Campbell, of The D Spot.
Laura is a divorce coach and author of The Ultimate Divorce Organizer: The Complete, Interactive Guide to Achieving the Best Financial and Personal Divorce, a book Steve believes ALL Divorce Source Radio Listeners should have if new to the process of divorce.
The Ultimate Divorce Organizer is a comprehensive resource for knowing what comes next, preparing for it, and keeping track of all that you will need to accomplish during divorce. Despite feelings of being overwhelmed, loneliness, confusion and fear, Laura believes this journey can be the catalyst for reclaiming your joy, independence and freedom.
Topics in the program include:
Thu, 22 December 2011
On this episode of The Intelligent Divorce, Dr. Banschick and Steve Peck speak with Dr. Andrew Klafter, director of psychotherapy training at the University of Cincinnati Residency Training Program.
Dr. Klafter has dedicated much of his research to learning more about Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). Narcissistic personality disorder is a condition in which people have an inflated sense of self-importance and an extreme preoccupation with themselves.
Before someone might be classified as being narcissistic, it is important to keep in mind that, like every psychological disorder, narcissistic personality disorder too comes in various degrees. Going to the extreme, we might argue that each of us has somewhere a narcissist in her/himself. It even could be said that a narcissistic tendency is important for survival.
In this program, we identify what a NPD is and discuss living with and divorcing a narcissist. This is not an easy situation to deal with and turns many divorces into a "high conflict" situation requiring special attention. Dr. Klafter believes a true narcissist can be turned around through therapy and go on to have fulfilling relationships as long as they understand that they have a problem.
Tue, 20 December 2011
In this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman, we discuss the importance of understanding your sexual needs and communicating them to your new partner.
Poor communication skills among couples is one of the main reasons many marriages fail. Although there are many important topics to communicate about in a relationship, discussing your sexual preferences early on in a new relationship can lead to a healthier and more intimate relationship.
Juliana Neiman has a wonderful way of helping us better understand our sexuality, and you may even want to listen to this program with your new partner. It is our hope that this program leads you to a better understanding of what each other's sexual needs are, and ultimately to greater intimacy.
Sat, 17 December 2011
Divorce Source Radio's Steve Peck has a discussion on spending the holidays alone, with DSR The Smart Divorce host, author and divorce consultant, Deborah Moskovitch.
We share our different backgrounds as we discuss Deborah's experience of being alone during Hanukkah, and Steve's during Christmas. We also touch on the difficulty of being newly divorced at other major life events and celebrations.
As the program progresses, we become a bit more philosophical, as we discuss why and how couples fall out of love in the first place. And we ask the question, "Are those in high conflict divorces actually more in love with their spouses, and soon-to-be exes, than those who divorce with a mutual understanding that they have both simply fallen out of love?" What do you think? Write us your thoughts at DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com. We'd love to hear from you.
Thu, 15 December 2011
What would you do if you realized that your own most fundamental assumptions about yourself were wrong? How would you reinvent yourself in your forties if you began to suspect that much of your life had been built on a lie – or at least a critical misperception? These are the questions that Dr. Loren A. Olson, a prominent Midwestern psychiatrist, faced when he finally confronted the fact that despite almost two decades of marriage to a loving and emotionally compatible woman, he was sexually and romantically attracted to men.
Dr. Olson is author of Finally Out - Letting Go of Living Straight and provides insight and wisdom to others experiencing the same situation. Whether it be a husband or wife that finds themselves questioning their own sexuality or a family member or children dealing with accepting their new reality. Dr. Olson help us understand the journey not just from someone who has lived it, but also as a professional psychiatrist.
Tue, 13 December 2011
In this Episode of “Ask Henry” with Attorney, Henry Gornbein, Henry answers the questions: How Can I Protect my Credit During Divorce and Who Gets Possession of the Family Pet?
If you would like to ask Henry a question for an upcoming show, send your question to DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com or phone your question into our Voicemail Listener Line at (248) 686-2256.
For more on attorney, Henry Gornbein, visit www.FamilyLawOfMichigan.com
Sun, 11 December 2011
In this episode of The Intelligent Divorce, Mark Banschick, M.D. takes a look at divorce and family adversity in the movies.
Dr. Banschick believes there are powerful messages in movies that relate to divorce and single parenting that provide wisdom and insight to what might be going on in our lives.
Many children's movies have situations with divorced parents, the death of a parent, or being raised by extended family . Going to one of these well-done movies with your children provides a great opportunity for dialog afterwards and can be a great way of helping your children better understand divorce. Dr. Banschick tells the tale of The Wizard of Oz like you have never heard it before and provides other examples from ET and The Lion King.
For more movie recommendations for your children as well as yourself, pick up a copy of Dr. Banschick's Intelligent Divorce book, "Because Your Kids Come First," available in the Recommended Reading section of www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.
Wed, 7 December 2011
In this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman, we discuss finding a new partner and falling in love again.
We need to make sure we're not selecting the wrong partner based on our unconscious past decisions. The way to do this is to recognize your psychological make-up by examining past relationships, making adjustments and moving forward to create healthier emotional and sexual relationships.
Juliana discusses the five important things when choosing a new partner including: