Divorce corp joe sorge

The Business Of Divorce

Divorce is painful but it’s also a very profitable business. Joseph Sorge is the writer and director of Divorce Corp. The movie is a powerful and chilling documentary on the divorce industry. It is a really well done piece that outlines the destructive nature of the family court system. Before he began writing and filmmaking, Joseph earned a B.S. degree from M.I.T., and an M.D degree from Harvard, was a professor of molecular biology at The Scripps Research Institute, and founded a biotechnology company, Stratagene, which he took public and later sold to a large medical supply company.  In this episode we talk about:

  • A behind the scenes look at how attorneys and judges work on divorce cases.
  • Why money becomes a major factor during divorce hearings.
  • How divorce is portrayed and practiced in other countries.
  • How 50/50 parenting impacts the wellbeing of children.
  • Why some couples use finances during divorce to get revenge on each other.
  • Why the divorce system is biased toward the “breadwinner”.
  • The inequalities of child support based on gender and salaries.
  • Cultural and gender biases that are inherent in the divorce system.
  • Can the divorce system in the United States change?
  • Joe shares ideas on fixing the system.
  • Strategies on picking the best lawyer to represent you.
  • How to mentally prepare when going into court.

You can find out more about Joe Sorge at http://www.divorcecorp.com

Make sure that you follow Divorce Corp on twitter @divorcecorp

Jessica Ehrenworth helping men with anger issues during divorce

How To Overcome Anger During Divorce

Today we have Jessica Ehrenworth, a registered therapist with over a decade of experience helping people who are going through divorce. Jessica has a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and she co-founded and runs The Centre for Health and Anger Resolution which worked with men and women, couples and individuals, to overcome the stigma of anger and conflict and learn how to experience and express their emotions in healthy ways.

We talk about:

  • The two different types of emotions and their impact on your energy.
  • How to take control of your emotions
  • How our emotions interact with one another
  • How to tap into your emotions by being aware of your body
  • The relationship of shame and anger
  • A simple breathing exercise to help you deal with your anger
  • The best ways to deal with anger
  • The importance of practicing anger management techniques
  • The biggest mistakes people make when dealing with anger
  • How to use your emotions to set up boundaries

You can find out more about Jessica below:
Web: www.jessicaehrenworth.com
Email: jessica@jessicaehrenworth.com
66 Centre Street, Upper Unit Thornhill, Ontario L4J 1G2
Phone: 647-220-6463

Larry Occonor talk about using medication during divorce to help men cope with it.

Drugs, Depression And Divorce

We are talking therapeutic drugs, depression and divorce on this episode of the podcast. Joining the show is marriage and family therapist, Larry O’connor. Larry is a psychotherapist with who has been providing divorce counseling to individuals and couples for over 15 years.   Larry has have been a counselor in a variety of settings since 1998, including elementary and middle schools; residential treatment with adults and children with severe emotional and psychological disabilities; and post-graduate psychotherapy internships that prepared me for private practice. In 2006, Larry began his sole private practice.

  • Who to talk to first if you’re thinking about using medication during divorce.
  • How to know if you might need medication through your divorce.
  • Why men don’t typically use medication during divorce.
  • Pros and cons of using medication during a divorce.
  • What the heck is psycho-pharmacologist and when should you use them?
  • What does being present and being on medication have to do with each other?
  • How men and women differ on using prescription drugs.
  • How to naturally trigger your mind’s feel good drugs.
  • Using a therapist to help communicate with your ex.

Larry graduated of San Francisco State University, with graduate degrees in English/Creative Writing and Counseling with a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy. Prior to his training as a psychotherapist, he taught English Composition, Creative Writing, and Fiction courses at the University, College and Adult Education level.

You can find out more about Larry and his marriage practice here:

Larry’s website is http://larryoconnor.info/

San Francisco Office
1902 Webster Street
San Francisco, CA 94115

Palo Alto Office
555 Middlefield Road, Suite 206
Palo Alto, CA 94301

Scott Behson provides coping skills for working dads during divorce.

Dangers Working Dads Face During Divorce

Dr. Scott Behson joins the show. Scott is a professor of management at Fairleigh Dickinson University, a national expert in work and family issues. Scott founded and runs the popular blog, “Fathers, Work, and Family,” dedicated to helping working fathers and encouraging more supportive workplaces. Scott talks to us about:

  • The challenges that divorcing working dads have and what to do about them.
  • The secret downside of being perceived as an involved dad at work.
  • How to negotiate with your work place in order to spend more time with your kids.
  • The danger of violating the “working guy code” by being a good dad.
  • How workplace flexibility increases efficiency.
  • The biggest misconceptions about working dads.
  • The changing issues dads face as their children get older.
  • The biggest mistakes that dads make.
  • A great tip on how to stay connected with your kids.
  • The importance of building a good support network while divorcing.
  • How to use technology to stay in touch with your kids during divorce.
  • How to “Chunk Up” your time so that you bond with your child in a meaningful way.

Scott writes regularly for the Harvard Business Review Online, Huffington Post and the Good Men Project, and has also been published in TIME and The Wall Street Journal.

He’s the author of The Working Dad’s Survival Guide: How to Succeed at Work and at Home, a book providing advice and encouragement for working fathers, helping them to achieve success in their careers while also being the involved, loving dads they always wanted to be.

Scott has appeared on MSNBC, CBS This Morning, Fox News and Bloomberg Radio, as well as NPR’s Morning Edition, Radio Times and All Things Considered. His work has been featured in such outlets as the Atlantic, Esquire, The Globe and Mail, HLN’s Raising America, MSN Money, Salary.com, Today.com, DailyPlateofCrazy.com and  WiseCareers.com.

You can contact Scott here:

Email: Behson@fdu.edu

Website: http://ScottBehson.com

Book: http://WorkingDadsSurvivalGuide.com, http://amzn.to/1PWQtky

Blog: http://FathersWorkandFamily.com

Twitter: @ScottBehson

Charles Francis is the co-founder and director of the Mindfulness Meditation Institute talks on the Over Divorce Podcast

How Meditation and Mindfulness Can Help During Your Divorce

Charles Francis is the co-founder and director of the Mindfulness Meditation Institute. For over 18 years, he has worked to help people find inner peace through mindfulness meditation. Charles has published numerous articles, and is the author of the new book, Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple. On the show we talk about:

• The benefits of meditation while you are coping with a divorce.
• The different rituals of meditation and how they are used.
• How to start a meditation practice.
• How to discipline your mind to increase your ability to focus.
• How you can use meditation to steady your emotions during divorce.
• Why meditation helps you see clearer during your divorce.
• The importance of confronting and accepting your pain and loss.
• A new writing mediation practice that can help you accelerate your results.
• The problem with trying to find happiness through our senses and emotional gratification.
• What the roots of human suffering are.
• How to stay on track with your mediation practice.

Charles has a master’s degree in Public Administration from Syracuse University, with a focus on health care management and policy. He also earned a master’s degree in International Relations while studying in China and Japan.

Charles is a speaker and does consulting to help organizations develop mindfulness training programs, in order to help them realize the cost-saving benefits of the mindfulness practice. He also leads workshops and mindfulness retreats.

Charles Francis is available for mindfulness consulting for businesses, associations, nonprofit organizations, and government institutions. Requests for further information, availability for speaking, and consulting should be directed to the address and phone number below:

The Mindfulness Meditation Institute
P.O. Box 12432
Raleigh, NC 27605
Phone: (919) 803-3517
Email: Charles@MindfulnessMeditationInstitute.org
Web site: www.MindfulnessMeditationInstitute.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MindfulnessMeditationInstitute
Twitter: @CharlesAFrancis
Twitter: @TrainingMindful
Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/pub/charles-a-francis/49/7b2/b09

Larry Bilotta talks with Over Divorce podcast and gives advice to men

How Childhood Trauma Leads To Divorce

Marriage expert Larry Bilotta joins the show to talk about how childhood trauma impacts marriage. Larry is the founder of Life Discoveries, Inc. Larry lived 27 years in a marriage made in hell, but in the 28th year, he fell in love with his wife. Larry and his wife Marsha have completely opposite values, yet are still married over 40 years because of the ideas and tools he discovered throughout those 27 years. Today, Larry teaches husbands and wives how to end anxiety and find calm in the middle of marriage chaos. On the podcast we talk about:

• Why a painful childhood impacts your marriage.
• How the big three pain points from childhood (abandonment, abuse and neglect) can disrupt your marriage and lead to divorce.
• How the programming we received as a child impacts how we act towards our spouses.
• The long term impact of how our parents treated each other and how that plays out in our relationships.
• The three types of relationships (intimate, social and work) that we have and how they change during marriage.
• Some of the attributes that men are unconsciously attracted to in women.
• The danger of men “becoming” their fathers in their marriages.
• The importance of moving from an “against” mindset to that of “acceptance”.
• How thoughts are processed in your brain and how we create meaning out of them.
• Why nobody learns or changes until they are in pain.
• How implementing acceptance and gratitude can change your relationships.

You can find out more about Larry and his courses at http://surviveamidlifecrisis.com/  and www.youcansavethismarriage.com/blog

Also, make sure to follow him on Twitter @LarryBilotta

Dr. Sue Cornbluth talks about how to cope with a high conflict divorce.

High Conflict Divorce And How To Deal With Your Crazy Ex

Dr. Sue Cornbluth joins the show to talk about high conflict divorce. Dr. Sue is a nationally recognized expert in parenting, childhood trauma and high conflict divorce. She has also been named Top Advocate and Professor for Human Rights by the Goodwill Ambassador for World Peace. Dr. Sue is a regular mental health contributor for a variety of television shows, and has contributed to several national publications like the Associated Press, US Weekly, and The Huff Post. She also writes a monthly parenting column for Parents Express magazine.

She has just written her 2nd book “Building Self-Esteem in Children And Teens Who Are Adopted or Fostered”. Dr. Sue holds a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology and teaches Psychology at Temple University. During the show we talk about:

• The pitfalls that lead to a high conflict divorce.
• The biggest inability, which most people have, that leads to conflict during a divorce.
• Tactics to help lower the tension and drama in you ex.
• The importance of putting your emotions aside during your divorce.
• The number one thing to keep in mind to avoid conflict with your ex.
• Tips on taking the “high road” during your divorce.
• Techniques on how to communicate effectively with your crazy ex.
• The number one thing that you can do to get progress with your ex.
• How to stop blaming yourself for your divorce.
• Why people use parental alienation and the repercussion it has on kids.
• Why just saying sorry to your ex doesn’t work.
• How to keep your boundaries during your divorce.

If you would like to contact Dr. Sue you can reach her practice below, buy the way her first consultation is free.

1121 North Bethlehem Pike
Suite 60-133
Spring House, PA 19002
Phone: (267) 261-8462
Email: info@drsueandyou.com
Twitter: @SCornbluth

Online Comunity Life Thru Divorce to help you cope with your divorce

Online Community To Help You Cope With Your Divorce

Online community founders Michelle Zudeck and Perri Teitelbaum of LifeThruDivorce.com are featured on this episode of the Over Divorce podcast. Life Thru divorce is an online community for people that are going through divorce. They have a ton of resources, articles, discussion threads, and guides to help you through your divorce. It’s a great place to meet and message with people that are going through divorce. They even have a spot for our podcast.  Listen and hear about:

  • How online divorce communities work
  • The biggest challenges for people facing divorce
  • Why guys need resources and friends to help them cope with divorce
  • The problem with emotions during your divorce-and what to avoid
  • The importance of making decisions collaboratively with your ex-wife

You can find out more about Life Thru Divorce by going to http://lifethrudivorce.com/

Also, make sure that you follow them on Twitter @LifeThruDivorce

Boston Law Collaborative is attorney and certified family mediator Vicki Shemin talks about coping with divorce.

Prenups, Postnups and How To Get Closure on Your Divorce

Joining us on the podcast from the Boston Law Collaborative is attorney and certified family mediator Vicki Shemin. She has a dual-degree in clinical social work and family law, and has more than three decades of experience. Vicki offers her clients an array of dispute resolution options including mediation, collaborative law, parenting coordination, pre- marital and post-nuptial agreements. Ms. Shemin even has a sub-specialization in handling cases for those interested in working on “agreements to stay married.”

Ms. Shemin has been named among Boston’s Top Rated Lawyers and as one of the Top Women Lawyers in the Northeast. She is also an adjunct instructor in family law, ethics and mental health law at Boston University School of Social Work, and as a guest lecturer on for the American Bar Association. Vicki is currently working on a book entitled – Letters To Ex-Spouses:.. And I Just Wanted You To Know.

Here is what we cover in the show:

• Vicki talks about a new concept called an “Agreement to Stay Married”.
• Vicki discusses what prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are and when they are used.
• She reveals the most common elements of postnups and prenups.
• The most important thing that you should know about creating a postnup and prenup agreement.
• The worst time to discuss and implement a postnuptial agreement.
• A very effective exercise to get closure on your divorce.

You can find out more about Vicki’s book project by clicking this link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/XC89FQ9

Vicki Shemin can be reached at her firm:

Boston Law Collaborative, LLC
99 Summer Street · Suite 1600
Boston, MA 02110
Tel 617-439-4700


Judge Susan Sexton Divorce Help for men

Judge Sexton’s Insider’s Secrets- How To Win In Divorce Court

Joining the podcast is former judge Susan Sexton. Susan was not only the first woman to be elected as a circuit judge in Tampa, Florida but also the youngest. As a judge, she served in all divisions of the court: everything from Probate, Guardianship, Mental Health and most recently Criminal and Family Law.

In addition, she was an adjunct professor at Hillsborough County Community College where she taught a course in Family Law and was an instructor in Muenster, Germany teaching American criminal procedure.

Susan is a speaker at various legal education programs. She is also the author of an e-book called “5 Steps to Hiring the Right Divorce Lawyer”. The first 10 listeners can get a FREE copy of the book! Just send an email to JudgeSexton@iCloud.com and tell her that you heard about the her on the OverDivorce Podcast.

During the show we talk about:

• The biggest mistake that guys make when going to court.
• The significance of showing respect to the court during a hearing.
• Does what you wear impact how a judge perceives you in court?
• The most important elements that you need to convey during a hearing.
• A judge’s perspective on mediation.
• The importance of being prepared for court.
• How criminal court differs from family court.
• How lawyers try and influence judges.
• Questions you should ask your attorney about how they bill.
• Best ways to keep costs low during your divorce.

You can find out more about Judge Susan Sexton by going to her website: www.judgesexton.com 
You can follow her on twitter @judgesexton
Make sure that you get a FREE copy of her book “5 Steps to Hiring the Right Divorce Lawyer” by sending her an email JudgeSexton@iCloud.com. Susan is giving away copies to the first 10 listeners that contact her and mention OverDivorce in the email.

Coping with divorce by using excersise with Brad Borland 2

How to use exercise to lose fat, battle depression and get you through your divorce with Brad Borland

One of the best things that we can do to take care of ourselves while going through a divorce is to exercise. Why because when we exercise our brains releases endorphins, and what those beautiful brain chemicals do is interact with receptors in your head to reduce your perception of pain and they can also act as sedatives. As a matter of fact exercise rivals the best antidepressants as an effective treatment for depression.

To talk to us about the best ways to release endorphins and get shredded is fitness guru Brad Borland. Brad is the founder of Workout Lab. Brad has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Kinesiology (human kinetics). He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has Competed as a drug-free natural bodybuilder. He also provides strength and conditioning coaching for clients. He writes for numerous magazines and websites including MuscleandStrength.comBodybuilding.com and PrimerMagazine.com.

Brad talks about:

Brad shares his best diet technique for getting results.
Find out what the hottest “new” training method is.
Why you should exercise during your divorce.
The importance of harnessing and building discipline.
Why you should start slowly when starting an exercise routine.
How to slowly build your work routine so that you stick with it.
What the best types of exercises are for battling depression and releasing endorphins.
What the top kinds of workouts are for loosing fat and reshaping your body.
Find out what the minimum amount of exercise that you need to do to get the most results.
Discover which is more important: diet or exercise.
Learn about best type of diets for loosing fat and maintaining mental health.
How to use intermittent fasting to get weight loss results.
The importance of getting back to your workout routine once you slip off.
Learn what the biggest mistakes that guys make when starting out an exercise routine.

You can find out more about brad at Workout Lab.net. He has a great beginner workout at http://workoutlab.net/the-beginner-workout-plan/#more-2491.  Also check out MuscleandStrength.com for great diet tips and exercise routines.

Camille Milner podcast on divorce coping skills for men

Can A Collaborative Divorce Save You Time, Money And Pain?

Today on the show we have attorney and former Municipal Judge, Camille Milner. Camille has a private law practice, that she started in ’84, where specializes in family law, estate planning, probate and guardianship. Camille’s is the president elect of the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas and the past president of the Denton County Collaborative Professionals. On the show Camille talks about:

  • What collaborative law is and how it can be applied to your divorce.
  • The biggest problems with traditional litigation.
  • How the collaborative law movement got started.
  • Find out about positional based negotiation and why it could be harmful to your divorce settlement.
  • The major differences between mediation, litigation and collaborative law.
  • How to look at your divorce as a way to solve a problem as opposed to fighting with your future ex.
  • The importance of looking at the long term goals of your divorce. Can it be done with your soon to be ex?
  • The best tool for getting your ex’s friends and family to stop fueling the fire of a contentious divorce.
  • Why collaborative law is quicker and cheaper than most traditional litigation.
  • The three critical team members in the collaborative approach.
  • Camille’s best advice for a man going through divorce.

You can find out more about Camille Milner and her practice by going to http://milner-law.com

620 W. Hickory Denton, TX 76201
Phone: 940-383-2674

You can also find out more about Collaborative Law by clicking on the links below:


Kyle Inghan giving advice to guys that are going through divorce.

How To Be A Gentleman During Your Divorce

Kyle Ingham, founder of The Distilled Man.com, joins the show. The Distilled Man is dedicated to helping guys become better men, it features articles, tips and life hacks that can help guys tackle new skills and live like a well-rounded gentleman. Kyle is also the author of the “48-Hour Gentleman: Your One-Weekend Guide to More Confidence, Poise and Manly Know-How.” During the show we talk about:

  • What he went through through during his split up.
  • Tips on reclaiming your space and your life.
  • Ideas on how to start getting your life on track.
  • Why Tom gets pissed off at Tom Ford and his Peewee Herman suits.
  • The importance of taking risks and trying new things.
  • What does it mean to be a gentleman this day in age?
  • How to find and develop your personal style.
  • The number one key to making a great cocktail.
  • How to make a perfect divorce guy drink.
  • How to make a kick ass steak.
  • Kyle put together a special link for OverDivorce listeners.

Kyle recommends the cook book How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman.

You can check get Kyles free book here: 48-Hour Gentleman: Your One-Weekend Guide to More Confidence, Poise and Manly Know-How

Make sure that you go to Kyles website at The Distilled Man.com.

Dealing with divorce Sam Buser

Coping With The First Stages Of Divorce With Dr. Sam Buser

We’re talking about coping with the first stages of divorce with psychologist Dr. Sam Buser. He specializes in helping men to grow though their divorce. He’s taught graduate courses in marital and family therapy for 20 years at the University of Houston and the Baylor College of Medicine. He’s the past-president of both the Houston and Texas Psychological Associations.  He was the Director of the Family Therapy Program at the Houston Veterans Administration. Currently he is the Staff Psychologist for the Houston Fire Department and maintains a practice specializing in men’s issues, relationship problems, and adventure therapy. He is also the author of The Guy’s Only Guide to Getting Over Divorce. On this episode of the podcast we discuss:

  • The 2 most common questions that guys ask therapists about divorce.
  • How to know when to stop trying to get your ex back.
  • The two different mindsets of women that ask for divorce.
  • The relationship between fighting and reconciliation.
  • What to do if your wife wants a divorce.
  • Why women are attracted to guys that are going through divorce.
  • What women want most in a man.
  • One of the biggest problems that men have after divorce and how to solve it.
  • How to know when you are ready for another relationship.
  • The amount of time that you should wait before getting into a committed relationship.
  • How to deal with the separation period.
  • What to expect during the first few months of divorce.
  • How to communicate with your children about your divorce.
  • The guidelines for communicating with your ex-wife.
  • Two tricks to managing anger during divorce.
  • The benefits to adventure therapy.

Dr. Buser recommends reading: Breaking Barriers in Counseling Men: Insights and Innovations by Aaron Rochlen and Fredric Rabinowitz.

Make sure to check out Dr. Buser’s book http://www.guysonlyguides.com/

If you would like to work with or find out more about Dr. Buser go to his divorce website:

3435 Branard, Suite 202
Houston, Texas 77027-6031
Phone: (713) 623-2110

Dr. Sam Buser on The Over Divorce Podcast
Harmon Caldwell Divorce Advice and coping skills

Coping With Lawyers – Getting Over Divorce

Atlanta divorce attorney Harmon Caldwell joins the Over Divorce Podcast to help listeners cope with the difficulty selecting a divorce lawyer. Harmon has practiced law in for over 38 years. He has handled more than 1,000 high net worth divorce cases, he has tried over a 150 jury cases, and he has been involved in more than 70 cases in the Georgia Supreme Court.   He also wrote the Georgia Divorce Handbook, which is a layman’s guide to the Divorce process.  Harmon talks about:

  • The likelihood of having a jury cases for your divorce.
  • What to look for in a divorce attorney.
  • How to find and interview a divorce attorney.
  • Key things to ask a divorce lawyer before you hire one.
  • The biggest warning sign that you need to look when hiring an attorney.
  • The things that attorneys fear the most in handling a divorce case.
  • The biggest mistakes that wealthy clients make when getting divorced.
  • Should you change attorneys during a divorce?
  • Are prenuptial agreements a good idea?
  • How to use expert witnesses in a divorce.
  • Harmon’s best advice for getting through your divorce.
  • The importance of being confident during divorce.
  • The number of attorneys that you should interview before hiring one.

You can find out more about Harmon Caldwell by visiting his website:

You are able to get Harmon’s book here: Georgia Divorce Handbook

Harmon’s twitter handle is @HWCaldwell

Harmon Caldwells’ office address is:

Two Ravinia Drive, Suite 1600
Atlanta, GA 30346

Dr. Lisa Condon talks about divorce recovery

How To Control Your Emotions And Cope With Divorce.

Dr. Lisa Condon joins the show and delivers great tips on gaining power over your emotions by using compassion to better cope with your divorce. Dr. Condon is a clinical psychologist; she specializes in helping her clients to gain a better subjective experience about their experiences and lives. She gives advice on how to cope with your divorce. She focuses on assisting her divorcing patients to become more compassionate with themselves in order to emphasize their strengths.  We talk about the following:

  • Why our natural fight or flight instincts can get in the way of your divorce recovery.
  • How to relate to your feelings without being overwhelmed by them.
  • How to know when you are in a bad place in your emotional state.
  • The power of channeling your emotions into something productive and beneficial.
  • How to gain power by being vulnerable during your divorce.
  • Why we are wired to ruminate about our feelings and what we can do to break that chain.
  • The mistakes that we make when we are in a reactive emotional state.
  • How you can create an easy “meditation” check in to steady your emotions.
  • The dangers of judging yourself too harshly while you’re going through your divorce.
  • How self-compassion builds resilience and strength.
  • The importance of setting up a mindfulness practice and how to do it.
  • How the feeling of control lessen the negative feelings of stress.

Dr. Condon recommends a book by Tara Brach to help with acceptance: Radical Acceptance

More information about Pema Chodron meditation

Also, check out Eric Barker’s piece on will power:

You can find out more about Dr. Condon and her practice at The Dolan House

The Dolan House
156 College Street, Suite 201
Burlington, Vermont 05401
(802) 444-0451

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Honoree Corder Divorce Advice and Coping Skills

Coping Skills and Rules To Get Through Divorce: Honoree Corder Part 2

Coping with divorce expert Honorée Corder comes back to the show to give more solid advice on how to cope with your divorce. Honorée is the best-selling author of If Divorce is a Game, These are the Rules. She also has coaching program designed to give hope to people as they navigate their divorce.

Honorée talks about her rules of divorce and how implement them. She gives ideas on how to have a better experience getting through your divorce. She speaks about:

  • What a Systems Therapist is and how they can help you.
  • The notion of Karma during divorce.
  • The benefits of forgiveness and how to “fake” it until it becomes real.
  • Find out why the costs of your divorce are already predetermined.
  • How to reduce your attorney’s fees by using a divorce coach.
  • The importance communicating to your attorney exactly what you want.
  • The big events that happen during a divorce.
  • Things you can do to take care of yourself after your divorce.
  • The value of starting your divorce bucket list.
  • How long it will take you to get over your divorce.

Here is some information about Systems Therapy: http://www.goodtherapy.org/systems-theory-therapy.html

Make sure to check Honorée and her books/coaching programs at www.HonoreeCorder.com

Here Facebook address is www.facebook.com/Honoree

Follow her on Twitter at @Honoree


Honoree Corder talks about the rules of divorce

Rules for Thriving After Divorce With Honoree Corder

Honorée Corder joins the show today. Honorée is the best-selling author of a dozen books, including her latest, If Divorce is a Game, These are the Rules: 8 Rules for Thriving Before, During and After Divorce. Her mission is to inspire and give hope to people as they navigate their divorce.

Honoree talks about the rules of divorce. She discusses how to use these rules in order to thrive during your divorce. She talks about:

  • The notion that you will be able to get through your divorce and be better on the other side.
  • The importance of assembling a team to support you during your divorce in order to get through your divorce faster.
  • The types of people that should be on your support team.
  • How to know the types of people that shouldn’t be on your team.
  • How to develop a quick “divorce story” that you can use so that you don’t get caught up in dwelling on your divorce.
  • Steps you can do to cultivate forgiveness.
  • What forgiveness looks like when it is done.
  • The importance of protecting yourself and your mental health.
  • How to implement extreme self-care.
  • How to avoid the mistake of making the divorce about material possessions.

Honorée the creator of the Divorce Transformation Coaching Program, which has assisted people to get their lives back and their games on. She’s also the author of the best-selling The Successful Single Dad, Tall Order! and her latest business and personal development book, Vision to Reality.

You can find out more about Honorée and her books and coaching programs at www.HonoreeCorder.com

Here Facebook address is www.facebook.com/Honoree

You can also follow her on Twitter at @Honoree