US Resident Divorce Overseas

If you are a US resident and have had an overseas divorce, things may get a little more complex than usual. According to the US Department of State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs, divorce, just like any other major change of circumstances, affects your eligibility for federal benefits. The three main organizations involved in said decisions are the US Social Security Administration, the Veterans Administration (if applicable) and the Internal Revenue Service and they have the final say with regard Read more [...]

Lessons from my Father

  My father, taught me some valuable lessons, through his actions.         Hi, I am David Essel, M.S. the Author 7 books and counting, National Radio and Television Host, Master Life and Business Coach, Adjunct Professor, All Faiths Minister, Addiction Recovery Coach and International Speaker. My mission is to inspire others to reach their own exceptional potential in their business and personal life. My book, The Power of Focus is my FREE gift for you at TalkDavid.com The Read more [...]

Dealing, with the “MONSTER” Within

  Dealing, with the "MONSTER", within each of us. Freedom awaits. Everyone has a monster, right now inside, that is running the show. On this video, we look to see what it is, and how to deal with it now.         Hi, I am David Essel, M.S. the Author 7 books and counting, National Radio and Television Host, Master Life and Business Coach, Adjunct Professor, All Faiths Minister, Addiction Recovery Coach and International Speaker. My mission is to inspire others Read more [...]

Need Distraction Therapy? Watch a Training Sessions

It’s winter time and if you ask me, a bizarre time to have a football season. A great many games and training sessions are cancelled because of flooded pitches, icy gales and snow. However, if you have children who love the game and you are in need of some distraction therapy, consider taking them to their training sessions and games and staying to watch from the sideline. It’s easy to drop them off and head off to do a few chores, but the benefit of staying to watch your young one trumps Read more [...]

When I Figured Me Out

I used to Solve mysteries in my mind I was The greatest at who-done-it of   All time   But there was just one mystery All along that alluded me Destiny till then had been unkind   The clues were in my face I didn’t see the signs My breakthrough came like rain bringing an End to drought…   …The last case was closed For good, when I figured me out     Follow me on Facebook Tony Haynes Check out these and some of my other books on Amazon.com SpiritChili A Read more [...]

Don’t Allow Cynical Friends to Blur the Positive Version of Your Future

Once you have separated from your spouse, don’t close your mind off to good things happening at some stage, with a new partner. Stay focused on the future and whatever you do, don’t allow cynical friends to blur the positive version of your love life with their tales of home-grown doom and gloom, based on their Post-Divorce Book of Bad Experiences. With one fell swoop of their tarred brush, the entire populace of potential new partners could be disapprovingly ring fenced, with you standing Read more [...]

Almond Maple Popcorn Snack

  Here's a way to make a new popcorn treat.   1/3 cup popcorn Kernels 2 TBL Butter 1 TBL Maple syrup 3 TBL Almond Butter Chopped almond pieces (optional)   Pop the popcorn in the microwave in a brown paper lunch bag for 2 minutes.  While the corn is popping on the stove-top, melt remaining ingredients together.  Pour sauce over popcorn.  Top with extra almond Pieces.  This sauce never really set's up. So expect it to be kind of a gooey, messy thing to eat, but it is Read more [...]

“Real Addiction Recovery”

  What is "Real Addiction Recovery"?  Recovery, from any addiction, is different than many think.         Hi, I am David Essel, M.S. the Author 7 books and counting, National Radio and Television Host, Master Life and Business Coach, Adjunct Professor, All Faiths Minister, Addiction Recovery Coach and International Speaker. My mission is to inspire others to reach their own exceptional potential in their business and personal life. My book, The Power of Focus Read more [...]

How to Release Past Relationships so You Can be “Present”

Today's show discussions: - We all bring our baggage to a new relationship after divorce. Are you aware of your baggage? - It's difficult to look in the mirror, but absolutely necessary in order to have a new healthy relationship. - Are you dating the person you just divorced? - It has to start with respecting yourself. - You are magnificent... just the way you are! - You can overcome any challenge. It's a choice. - Are you talking about your ex when on a date? Tune in for so much more! And always Read more [...]

Try to be Guided by Them

As kind and thoughtful as you hope to be towards your children during a divorce, it is next to impossible not to cause them to feel a slice of angst, guilt or straightforward pain. Their anguish doesn’t disappear as soon as the divorce is over either, there is an adjustment period to get through and that can be as long as the proverbial length of string. If you try to justify your actions towards your ex to them, it can have a completely negative effect. Their age and maturity has nothing to Read more [...]