Apply a Liberal Sprinkling of Patience

  Whether you’re 5 minutes past separation from your old spouse, knee-deep in divorce or 5 years the other side of your Decree Absolute, when it comes to dealing with an vexing ex, you’ll do well to apply a liberal sprinkling of patience.   Trouble is that’s far easier said than done.   There are limited things that enable aggravated patience levels to decrease; a dogged determination to rise above their pathetic behavior so they don’t bother you anymore and the simple Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode “Protocol for Dating after Divorce”

            Podcast: Play in new window | Download Originally aired Feb 7, 2013 Joanie and Steve discuss the snow storm, the conversation turns how Lesley is using a black light with her son to teach him a little science lesson.  Joanie, Steve and Lesley take time to responds a listener’s email.         Steve shares his experience and the difference between dating when he was young vs. an adult with a child is involved. What Read more [...]

Keeping Your Children Out of the Icky Side of Divorce

  Here are a few bits of advice for keeping your children out of the icky side of divorce regardless of how long it has been since you separated or divorced.   1. When spending time with your child, don't speak negatively about your former spouse. 2. Do not argue with your ex in your child's presence, and especially avoid arguing when talking about the child. 3. Make sure you always arrive for visitations on time consistently so as not to offer any ammo for your ex. 4. Avoid talking Read more [...]

Oatmeal Blueberry Bread

Start by mixing dry ingredients: 1 Cup whole wheat flour 1 cup white flour 1 cup rolled oats ½ cup sugar 1 ½ tsp baking powder ½ tsp baking soda ¼ tsp allspice ¼ tsp salt (optional) Mix wet ingredients into dry ¾ cup low fat milk ½ cup melted coconut oil 2 eggs Fold blueberries in gently 1 ½ cup blueberries (fresh or frozen-thawed) Pour into bread pan. Bake at 350 for 60-65 minutes.   Recipe originally posted on Super Healthy Kids. The experts in making fruits & Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode “It’s All About The Kids, “Stupid” – Parenting During Divorce”

              Originally aired April 24, 2012     Podcast: Play in new window | Download     How do we come up with the right parenting plan or how parenting time is shared?  In this episode of The Smart Divorce with Deborah Moskovitch, our guest Dr. Phil Stahl has insightful answers and thoughts on parenting.   Dr. Stahl is a practitioner, author, and teacher, specializing in high conflict families of divorce.  He is considered with Read more [...]

David’s Keynote Address | Canterbury School

  David's Keynote Address | Canterbury School       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 100% purely positive Read more [...]

Developing a new YOU™ – Inspire me Encourage me Believe in me

  So what is your meaning to life?   What is it that inspires you to get up each and every morning?   How are you inspiring others in life?   Are you just going through the motions of life?   Why is it that others I am around are happy and I am not?   No one is calling me much these days? Inspire me..... Encourage me..... Believe in me.. Listen to internet radio with Just Breathe on BlogTalkRadio     These are tough questions in todays culture. My name is Brian Nastovski Read more [...]

Tasher’s PUMPKIN NUT BREAD

  Tasher's PUMPKIN NUT BREAD 13/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 ½ cups sugar 1 tsp. baking soda ¾ tsp. salt ½ tsp. nutmeg ½ tsp. ground cinnamon 1 cup  Tashers  homemade pumpkin puree or  15 oz. one can pumpkin 2 eggs ¼ cup olive oil 4 TBSP melted butter ¾ cup chopped nuts 1 mashed banana optional Pour into loaf pans and bake 350 degrees for about 1hr 15 min. till you can put a knife in center and it comes out clean.   Other recipes you might like WHAT TO DO WITH THAT Read more [...]

Purple Salad

  3  Cups shredded red cabbage 3 Cups Shredded green cabbage 2 Grated carrot 2 Grated apple 1 TBL Raisins 1 TBL Dried Cranberries   Dressing   1/4 cup low fat sour cream 1/4 cup cider vinegar 2 TBL honey 2 TBL spicy brown mustard 2 tsp olive oil 1/2 tsp salt   Mix together dressing and pour over vegetables.  Refrigerate at least an hour or until ready to serve.  Best when able to sit in the fridge.   Recipe originally posted on Super Healthy Kids. The Read more [...]

The Internet, Your Ex and the Legal System

  Social media and various other mediums have now become a very acceptable form of evidence for court cases. Did you know that about 80% of attorneys use information from social networking sites as evidence in divorce cases and custody hearings? This area for fact finding has been growing at a tremendous rate for the past six years. Social media has made it much harder to keep information from your ex - they're able to find out everything you're doing. Even though, you think you have "hidden" Read more [...]