Divorce Source Radio Episode “Anger Management – Dealing with Anger in Relationships”

                Podcast: Play in new window | Download It’s normal to feel angry from time-to-time, but what happens in the event that you or a partner lose control and anger turns to rage? In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Latchman Narain, director-founder of the Anger Management Centre, joins us and helps decode anger and anxiety issues that can tear relationships to pieces.   Latchman Narain In this show, we Read more [...]

Light Yourself up With Some Color

    Initially the repetitive daily drudge of divorce can make you feel as though you’re living your entire life in beige. If you feel you’ve embraced a little too much convention of late, perhaps it’s time to push the boundaries and light yourself up with some color. Changing clothes and hairstyles is radical and can be expensive, but it won’t break the bank buying 10 pots of nail varnish to paint your toes and fingers a multitude of shades. This booster isn’t restricted Read more [...]

Take a Little Alone Time

    It’s a bit of a wild assumption that nobody wants to be alone.   Actually, sometimes being alone is just the ticket, particularly after a period of undesirable noise and emotional turbulence.   Fight the pestering urges from well-meaning allies who want to invite you to every party on the block and rest in the peace and quiet of not having to make decisions about what to wear, what to say to potentially interested suitors or just sympathetic souls who think they Read more [...]

Lost & Found

All these opposites:  Lost  Found Thick  Thin All  Nothing Light Dark Happy Sad This list is endless…so, feel free to add your own…. Is there some particular reason to see everything as either or?  Why go from one extreme to the other?  Can lost really mean misplaced…or discarded…or used up?  Is there anything between all and nothing? The point here is to notice when we get stuck interpreting what we see…what we experience…what we feel , as all this or all that…black or white… We Read more [...]

How to Help Kids Cope with Divorce

    A divorce is not only stressful for the parents but also for the kids involved. Children are bound to feel confusing and sad, and if it’s a bitter divorce then it becomes even more stressful for the kids to deal with it. Since, they do not have the emotional maturity to understand the gravity of the situation, there is a possibility that they might even get scarred for life. Therefore, as responsible parents it is your duty to make your divorce less painful especially if there Read more [...]

“The Ungrateful Bitch and The Fat Rat Bastard”

    The ungrateful bitch And the fat rat bastard Got together for a while   Their marriage was a disaster Even worse when they brought in a child All they had snowballed downhill faster More of a curse than a blessing stockpiled   Delight could have changed a rat bastard If that ungrateful bitch just smiled Vile, he sought to re-cast her Out to sea with the witches exiled Riled, she fought the fat bastard Corrupt now they both were beguiled Enticing a devil to master…   …A Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode “Change Your Life with Inner Bonding”

      Originally aired September 4, 2012     Podcast: Play in new window | Download           On today’s show, Steve’s guest today is Dr. Margret Paul, co-founder of INNER BONDING, the complete system of self-healing anxiety, depression, addictions and relationships. Dr. Margaret Paul Margaret possesses a Ph.D. in psychology and is a relationship authority, noted public speaker, workshop leader, educator, and artist. She has appeared Read more [...]

Divorced? Survive and Thrive After Divorce Boot Camp for Men and Women

Divorced? Survive and Thrive After Divorce Boot Camp for Men and Women As a Divorce Mentor and CEO of the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children, I hear many of the following questions from my clients after divorce... "Now what?, Will I ever get my life back?, Will I ever be happy again?". Unfortunately, there isn't a step-by-step manual to answer these questions and to help you get back on track after your divorce. We can only wish. Wish no more. That's why as a corporate trainer Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode – Dating Politics and More

        Podcast: Play in new window | Download Joanie shares her latest dating experience and Lesley and Steve break down why “Spring” if Joanie’s favorite time of the year. Steve shares what it was like to ask out a someone who is the mother of a son. (More to come on this breaking story next week.) The trio also discusses more about relationships as well as the Beyonce’s debacle at the Presidential Inauguration and touch on the Mardi Gradi Gras, Read more [...]

“I Don’t Live On The Edge”

    I don’t live on the edge   Good thing I don’t live there Even with my buttons pushed To the edge is like my cupboard’s bare   Empty probably best describes My panoramic hedges Oh sure I might seem edgy Tough and rough around the edges I don’t live on the edge Otherwise if I should fall No one would be there to catch me And I would regret Life after all     Follow me on Facebook Tony Haynes Check out  these and some of my other books Read more [...]