Tips to Get Through the Holiday Season After a Divorce

Here are some tips to get through the holiday season after a divorce!   Getting divorced or separated was never going to be easy. But why make it worse by punishing yourself during the best time of the year, which has to be Christmas. All you need is to plan out things in advance before it gets to you. Things will be different and also, difficult, it is best to prepare yourself and your children, if you have any, mentally and emotionally for the holiday season. If you have separated Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode “Election Wrap-Up, Legalizing Pot & Natural Childbirth”

      Podcast: Play in new window | Download On this show of Single Again! Now What?, Joanie, Lesley & Steve download their views on the recent elections. (We’re all ready to have the commercials off the air.) Lesley was stuck in traffic and does the show from her cell, leading to a talk about traffic gridlock and transportation in large cities. Our conversation in some way turns the corner to Childbirth Lane as we remember about having our first child and the individual Read more [...]

Developing a new YOU™ – Ridding out the Storm Without Stress …..

  The storm of life comes fast and furious and we need to learn how we can combat this with minimal stress. Stress kills and is preventable. Be intentional in your growth plan and it will be part of the ingredient needed in your recipe for a new you and one that is free of stress or learns to cope with it.  Today on Developing a new YOU™ - Ridding out the Storm Without Stress ..... Listen to internet radio with Just Breathe on BlogTalkRadio     WARNING!!! Just because you Read more [...]

Divorce is Crap – Get Over it!

      Divorce is crap - get over it!’ It’s a strange take on what could easily be termed one of the most stressful life events, ever, but this is advice that may well be sent your way from acquaintances who have suffered terribly inside their own divorces. For some people, there are no soft boundaries for self-exploration during this difficult time; they prefer to take a cut and dry approach, hence the sharply direct tone in their words. Unemotional pragmatism is all they Read more [...]

Kids Need Both Parents – Dads and Moms of Michigan

              Podcast: Play in new window | Download Originally aired April 6, 2012               Image courtesy of koratmember /     Divorce Source Radio is broadcasting from The Divorce Expo 2012. Their guests are John Langlois and Brian Jones of Dads and Moms of Michigan (DMM). This non-profit organization provides information, education, and knowledge to all Michigan parents Read more [...]

Be Patient, Love and Above all be You

      Be Patient, Love and Above all be You In an ideal world, all relationships would thrive, we’d procreate the optimum 2.2 children and alongside them, rear uber-obedient companion dogs that the children would walk every day after they’d done homework and a handful of chores. The children would grow well, flourish in their educative years and contribute to their local communities via the voluntary sector and as a nuclear unit you’d watch reruns of the Walton’s on Read more [...]

Let US Learn from Peter

      Let's take a moment and think about Peter, when he got out of the boat because Jesus asked him. He put his faith in Jesus when he became afraid he started to sink. At that point, he called out for Jesus to help him even though he was afraid and sinking. The other disciples sat safely in the boat they did not take the risk to try. They leaned on the boat, and Peter leaned on Jesus. Faith let's go of the ordinary for a little while so God can do something better. Why are you Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode “The Legal and Emotional Side of Divorce”

      Divorce Source Radio Episode   “The Legal and Emotional Side of Divorce" Originally aired April 29, 2012     Podcast: Play in new window | Download   Attorney Henry Gornbein and Therapist Susan Pease Gadoua discuss the legal and emotional side of divorce. In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck,   Susan shares tips on how to get through your divorce in a more peaceful manner and explains the value of therapy.  Henry gives Read more [...]

Focus on the Simple Things

      Occasionally you may feel you simply can’t cope with all the curved balls your divorce hurled at you. Take time and Focus on the Simple Things This type of occurrence doesn’t happen exclusively during the period immediately surrounding and enclosing your divorce. Indeed, you may find yourself in a mental fix, months or even a couple of years after everything settled; such is the power of the act itself. When this happens, break the day into manageable chunks and concentrate Read more [...]

Get Back Up

    It’s okay to struggle, but it’s never okay to give up on yourself. Fall seven times, stand up eight. Failure isn’t falling down; it’s refusing to get back up. The reason people tend to give up so fast is because they tend to look at how far they still have to go, instead of looking at how far they have gotten. If plan A didn’t work, the alphabet has 25 more letters, STAY COOL   Would you like to support DASNM?  If so, it is easy, you can go to our store and purchase Read more [...]