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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!

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!
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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!




How to Dress and Step Out in Style for Women

Your new life chapter provides an opportunity to reinvent yourself from the inside out. You have stepped off the ‘battlefield of divorce’ and now is your time! A time to refresh, renew and decide how you want to present yourself to the world. It helps to understand what looks best on your body type and how to go through your closet to get rid of those items that don’t make you feel good about yourself. We look at the new you and how to dress to feel confident, empowered and...


Do It Yourself (DIY) Divorce with Lara Kisielewska

This week Stacy is joined by successful business woman, Lara Kisielewska. You will gain insight on a whole new, cheaper and quicker approach to divorce. Do It Yourself (DYI) is a technique that eliminates the need to hire outside professionals, making the process extremely cost-effective. Lara met her current husband on a volunteer trip and highly recommends volunteer based travel as one of the best things you can do when you find yourself in a rut. She claims, “you may not find a husband,...


Manage Your Divorce and Thrive, Not Just Survive

On this episode of DSR from Detroit, Kathey Batey returns to share wisdom on how managing your divorce better can lead to a happier post divorce life. Kathey is a domestic mediator, author, speaker and corporate trainer on conflict communication. She is the author of the Suddenly Single series. She has worked with hundreds of individuals going through life transitions. For more on Kathey, visit her website.


Approaching Financial Decisions in Divorce Dispassionately

This week, Stacy is joined by attorney, social worker, and founder of DLM Divorce Mediation, Debra Mechanick. Debra clearly understands the clinical dynamic of family relationships, and will advise you on how to take a peaceful approach to separation and divorce. How does one make well-reasoned, logical financial decisions when in the midst of what, arguably, is one of the most emotionally-traumatic experiences a family can go through? In this episode, Stacy and Debra will provide you with...


Redecorating Your Space: Feel Good Heal Good

Whether you have decided to stay in your marital home or have found a new place to start over, this can be a fun and exciting time. Our environment has a powerful and profound impact on our emotions and how we feel about our life. Today’s guest, interior designer Jodi Topitz guides us in our home transformation from We to Me. She shares fun, easy and inexpensive ways to create spaces that make you ‘feel good and heal good’. Jodi’s love of color, texture and design is contagious as she...


Divorced or Married: Becoming Financially Knowledgeable and Independent

Mali List Mayer, a single mother and solopreneur, who has launched her life independently, joins Stacy this week. Mali hones in on the importance of educating yourself financially from a young age. From learning how to budget to choosing the right adviser for you. Stacy and Mali provides savvy tips to get on top of your investments and not rely on your other half for help. In this episode, you will gain insight on: Mali List Mayer, a single mother and solopreneur, who has launched her...


Valentines Special: Feeling fulfilled in your relationship with yourself and with others

This week Stacy is joined by psychiatrist and author of Fulfilled for a valentine’s day special about finding yourself before you find your soulmate. Fulfilled illustrates how the science of spirituality helps you live a happier, more meaningful life. In this episode Stacy and Anna provide you with real life examples and exercises focusing on four important points during a divorce: relinquishing victim mentality, having faith and giving/offering forgiveness, rising above indecision and...


A Child's Perspective On Divorce

This week, Stacy is joined by Francis Financial’s very own, Davon Barrett. Davon shares his personal story of growing up in a divorced family and how it’s impacted him today. This powerful episode brings to light a child’s perspective and provides key takeaways for what parents can be conscious of when bringing up their children in a split home. Stacy touches on the following questions:


Strip Away the Old - Organize and Reclaim Your Space

The business of sorting through years of stuff when divorcing can be overwhelming. The bigger your home, the more space you have to stuff stuff! Now it’s time to purge...but you get stuck in every box, free falling down memory lane and getting little accomplished. Today’s guest, professional organizer, Sarah Grace has a new and invigorating way of looking at your stuff. She helps you to tap into the emotions embodied in your belongings and guides you to let go of that which does not...


Getting The Right Financial Support For Your Child With Special Needs

This week, Stacy and matrimonial attorney, Randi Karmel, dive into the importance of preparing a divorce settlement that incorporates planning for your special needs child’s financial future. Randi shares words of wisdom, pulling from her extensive experience, to ensure you are supporting your child, regardless of potential disagreements in parental decisions. In this episode, Stacy and Randi focus on cases where divorcing parents must work collaboratively to do what’s in the best...


Handling Real Estate During Divorce

The conversation and decision around what to do with the marital home can be an emotional minefield. For many, your home is your largest financial investment and the foundation of stability in our lives, it is a hot trigger for most divorcing couples Today’s guest, Divorce Real Estate Specialist, Kathy Broddock takes us through her process for assisting you in determining what RE professional to work with which is a vital first step. Kathy helps you determine if you can stay or must...


New New Year's Resolution: Find the perfect divorce support team

Stacy is joined by Publisher and Editor in Chief of The New York Amsterdam News, Elinor Tatum. Elinor is a single mom to her 7 year old daughter, and has been divorced for 5 years, and in this episode, she talks about the importance of taking care of yourself and building your support team for life. There may be weeks where you need 24/7 support, and it is important to recognize how much stress you, personally, can take on, and who you should go to for the advice you need, whether it be...


Negotiating a Financial Divorce Settlement: Understanding Your Assets and Making Wise Choices

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 guest Jaime Goodman a CDFA (Certified Divorce Financial Analysts) shares the importance of managing your expectations, understanding the...


How Divorced Parents Can Avoid Getting on Santa’s ‘Naughty’ List

Do you hate your ex-spouse more than you love your child? For this holiday episode, Stacy is joined by Shari Bornstein, Director of Parent Services at FamilyKind, to discuss how to put bitterness aside and prioritize your children when celebrating the holidays. In this episode, you will gain insight on: How to prevent and prepare for possible conflict during the upcoming holidays (12:19)Finding middle ground when it comes to differing parenting styles (15:01)Scheduling your holiday...


International Divorce: What to know and how to proceed

If you are in a bicultural marriage and are facing divorce this show is for you! As if divorce is not overwhelming enough, those facing ‘international divorce’ complexities encounter an entirely unique and complex set of challenges which are even further intensified if there are children involved. Join us as we speak to matrimonial attorneys Nicole Centracchio and Brian Reed who specialize in international divorce. They share valuable tips on how and when to make the decision to file...


Negotiating Your Worth and Staying Financially Savvy in Your Marriage with Dr. Patty Ann Tublin

Stacy is joined by internationally recognized communications and relationship expert, Dr. Patty Ann Tublin, as she shares her passion for ending the gender pay gap and her research on why women become unaware of their financial situation once they get married. In this episode, Stacy and Patty Ann focus on the importance of fighting for your worth in the workplace, emphasize the need for a change in women’s mindsets about money, and demonstrate ways to not drop your financial IQ as soon as...


Children & Divorce: Parental Alienation

Divorce is painful enough without feeling that your spouse is purposely alienating you from your children. The devastation that Parental Alienation causes both the alienated parent and the children is heartbreaking. Parental Alienation is a growing field of study and interest and have become more prevalent than you can imagine in our court systems. Listen in as we talk with Linda Gunsberg, a NYC Psychologist who has been running support groups for alienated parents for over a...


From a Dark Marriage to a Bright Future with Kim Mishkin

Now happily remarried with a three-year-old son, Kim Mishkin joins Stacy to share her powerful story about how she transitioned from an abusive marriage and built the strength to fight for her worth. In this episode, Kim and Stacy acknowledge the importance of telling your story, giving yourself time to grow on your own, and finding the balance of the key players needed to help you through your transition. In this episode you will gain insight on: ü Having the courage to come...


Surviving the Holidays - Revisited

Happy Holidays from Divorce Source Radio. So what’s to be happy about you ask. I know things may be very rough for you right now, but I want you to understand I have been there and gotten beyond that. I’m re-airing this show I did going on five years ago when I went through my own divorce. It was all happening during the holidays and I reached out to psychologist, Dr. Larry Friedberg to help others like me cope with our first holiday alone. This has been one of the most listened to...


Children & Divorce: A Co-Parenting App & Online Resource

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 schedule, tracking extracurricular activities along with who's picking up and dropping off, plus tracking expenses, who’s paid and who owes and...


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