Divorce Source Radio
FREE podcasts related to divorce and divorce recovery are provided weekly to help get your life back on track. Whether contemplating, going through or just getting over divorce, this is the place for you. Welcome to our community!
 

On the latest episode of Single Again! Now What? Joanie, Lesley & Steve discuss the tragic event in Colorado and take a look at conspiracy theories.

Other topics include:

  • 2012 Olympics
  • How to live in the present
  • Do women look sexy with their hair in a ponytail?
  • Does age matter?
  • The Divorce Hotel
  • How the roles we play in life change us
  • Are you over your ex?
  • Meditation
  • And more.


Join the Single Again! community.  Check out our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SingleAgainNowWhat

Direct download: Pgm25Conspiracy.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:59pm EDT

In this episode of Sex after Divorce with Juliana Neiman our topic is Intimacy & Trust.

Juliana helps us understand the true meaning of intimacy.  Intimacy is emotional, spiritual and physical at the same time. By showing trust in our partner, we open ourselves to a more intimate relationship.

Building trust is one of the most important aspects of any relationship, especially romantic or intimate relationships. But as important as trust is to the healthy functioning of these relationships, too many people just go through the motions, roll the dice and hope that trust emerges. If you want real trust in your relationship you simply have to work at building it. But how do you go about doing this?

Also discussed:
Should you share you past with a new love interest?
Should you share your past sexual experiences?

For more on Juliana Neiman, visit: www.JulianaNeiman.com

Direct download: Pgm23Intimacy_Trust.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:32pm EDT

This episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck features Liz Becker, a Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP).  Liz combines her Life Coaching and NLP skills in an effort to peacefully guide individuals through the painful process of divorce.

We take a look at how Neuro-Linguistic Programming can help people get over divorce faster and move on to create a healthier new life, post-divorce.

Neuro-linguistic programming is a cognitive-behavioral science that states the connection between the neurological process (thinking), linguistic (communication verbal/non-verbal) and behavioral patterns that can be organized to achieve specific goals in life.

To contact Liz Becker, visit: http://www.lifeaftersplit.com

Direct download: Pgm109_BeckerNLP.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:55pm EDT

The Single Again! Now What? gang are back with another fun and insightful episode covering a ton of topics.

The show begins with a search for an older couple considering divorce but finds themselves asking the question, what’s the point at my age?  It’s called the Gray Divorce, older couples divorcing, and it’s on the rise.  The producer of a new CBS daytime talk show is looking for an older couple considering divorce but finds themselves asking the same question, why now and is it worth it?  We provide details on how a couple in this situation can connect with this new show and be flown to Los Angles, California, all expenses paid, for the taping of this show.

Other topics in the program include:

  • Drinking at a company function
  • Little League Player Evaluations and the “Hot Mom” coaches rule.
  • Listener email
  • The front we put on when we meet a new love interest
  • Couples that decide to separate instead of divorce. How do you tell your new partner your single when legally, you’re not.
  • How men keep a mistress
  • Finding out your spouse is gay
  • and much more.

Be sure to check out our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SingleAgainNowWhat and join our community.  We’d love to connect with you.  Thanks for listening!

Direct download: Pgm24CBS.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:46pm EDT

We welcome back our guest, Mark Baer (http://www.markbaeresq.com/), a family law attorney, mediator, and collaborative law practitioner in Pasadena, California and who has been practicing for twenty years.  Mark shares his opinions and views about the family law system, how it can be better and provide more creative ways on getting through divorce.  Deborah Moskovitch, Steve Peck and Mark explore a variety of concepts regarding mediation.  This program isn’t just a standard outline of mediation, but shakes it up a little in this controversial and lively discussion.


How do you think outside the box in mediation? Mark Baer encourages you to ponder as we discuss:

•    The way in which bias impacts family law litigation
•    Why “evaluative mediation” is not really mediation, even though most lawyers and judicial officers believe otherwise
•    Whether family law attorneys should have higher ethical obligations than other attorneys
•    Funding your children’s college/university education when child support isn’t enough or stops
•    What money represents


There seems to be a major disconnect between the way the public views mediation and how the attorneys and judicial officers view as mediation.  This is a conversation that is steeped in controversy.  Tune in and then let us hear your thoughts on our Facebook fan pages…and don’t forget to like us.   The Smart Divorce http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Smart-Divorce/202908933137654 and www.Facebook.com/DivorceSourceRadio

Direct download: Pgm41BaerMediation.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:32pm EDT

Personal, life partner relationships are important to all of us. We thrive on them, we get hurt by them.

When things don’t go well in our relationship, we need to fix them if we can. For those time when we can’t, we need to have the information and resources around us to help us ‘reset’. TDE – The Divorce Expo™ 2012 Chicago offers you a supportive, comfortable and trusting experience to listen to experiences from others, learn from the expertise of our carefully selected speakers, and be inspired to make the choices that are best for you, your children and spouse, and your future.

This is the Official Expo Podcast for the August 18th Divorce Expo in Naperville, Illinois.  Expo co-founder, Joost Allard, provides a preview of what to expect at this upcoming show. Divorce Source Radio will be covering the show so be sure to stop by our booth and say hi.  Register today for this life changing show at www.TheDivorceExpo.com.  See you in Chicago!

Visit www.TheDivorceExpo.com for more details

Direct download: ChicagoTDEPromo.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:12pm EDT

Welcome back to another episode of Single Again! Now What? with Joanie Winberg and Steve Peck.  (Lesley is on vacation)

On this show we talk about everything from household pests to celebrity divorces. 

Topics include:

  • Tom Cruise's pending divorce
  • Scientology
  • John Travolta's not so happy ending
  • Does marriage even matter?
  • How to get your own Personality Profile
  • And much more.

We love our radio friends and would love to build a community with you.  Please visit our show's Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SingleAgainNowWhat. Have a great week!

Direct download: Pgm23SingleAgain7_13_12.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:28pm EDT

Sex therapist, Juliana Neiman, returns for the third and final segment of Emotional and Sexual Building Blocks on Sex after Divorce on Divorce Source Radio.

Juliana speaks to the importance of rebuilding self-esteem after divorce and explains that we should feel deserving of love.  Clearly the most widely-used approach to divorce recovery, the “rebuilding” model makes the process healthier and less traumatic for those who are divorcing or divorced — and their children.

Juliana provides some time tested principles written about in Dr. Bruce Fisher's book, Rebuilding when Your Relationship Ends.  Over two decades of research and practice are combined with feedback from hundreds of thousands of men and women who have used the book on their own or in one of thousands of Fisher divorce recovery seminars worldwide.  Juliana believes this book and understanding your building blocks, can transform your life for the better.


Topics in this final segment include:

  • Self worthiness
  • Trusting your partner with love & sex
  • Respect
  • Openness with your partner

Direct download: Pgm22BlocksPt3.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:20pm EDT

The crazy trio is back- Lesley, Joanie and Steve. Today we ask, are YOU a good kisser?

We are thrilled you have joined us to take some time to let go, laugh, have fun, lighten up or may be just the right thing you need to hear at this time in your life.

Check out some of the fun stuff we talked about today (warning- this is only the tip of the iceberg):

  • Are you a good kisser? Steve is looking for the right lips.
  • Joanie talks about how your inner voice can affect your life as well as how our parents influence our inner voice or what we believe to be true- mental fiction.
  • Lesley shares how great it feels to clean out one of her old rooms (old memories) and redecorate for her new life moving forward.
  • Sports stadium and airline seat size... ridiculous!

Check out our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SingleAgainNowWhat

Direct download: Pgm22KissOff.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:31pm EDT

The health of our children, communities and nation depends on strong families. The institute of marriage and family Canada (IMFC) states that the aim of society and government policy should be to protect and support this foundation.  How is this accomplished?
Our guest, Dave Quist, Executive Director of the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada  (http://www.imfcanada.org/) outlines the many challenges facing families today, and provides ideas for overcoming the obstacles for confronting families in our fast paced society. Mr. Quist has been an active participant in an annual, international meeting of think tanks who collaborate to advance the position that marriage and strong families act as a protector against poverty.  This is a energetic conversation brimming with ideas for developing stronger, healthier family relationships.  Topics include:

•    Staying connected with the “family dinner”
•    Pre-marriage counseling
•    The challenges of family financing
•    Understanding the “me” generation
•    How to make relationships stronger with your children and within your marriage
•    Making marriages successful rather than divorce easier
•    What co-parents need to understand so that children become positive contributors to society
•    The cultural shift of marriage
•    And, so much more……

The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada (IMFC) conducts, compiles and presents the latest and most accurate research to ensure that marriage and family-friendly policy are foremost in the minds of Canada’s decision makers.
Tune in and then share your thoughts on our Facebook fan pages…and don’t forget to like us.   The Smart Divorce http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Smart-Divorce/202908933137654

Direct download: Pgm44DavidQuist.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:45pm EDT