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Episode 255: Discovering Identity Through Style with Jenny Eversole

This week, we are talking about reinventing oneself on the other side of divorce. Jenny Eversole founded Stylespace.com, an online professional styling service that elevates your style with expert stylists. She joins me to discuss discovering your identity through style and aligning it with who you are now. Jenny guides us through the process of defining our unique style identities. […]

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Episode 254: It’s Not You: Identifying and Healing from Narcissistic People with Dr. Ramani

Most narratives around narcissism in relationships center on individuals with narcissistic personalities. My guest this week, Dr. Ramani, shifts the focus to the survivors, giving them a voice and discussing the emotional turmoil and psychological impact of being in a relationship with a narcissistic individual. Through Dr. Ramani’s latest book, “It’s Not You: Identifying and Healing from Narcissistic People,” she […]

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Episode 253: Slay the Bully with Rebecca Zung

This week’s episode explores the research behind narcissism and how it should inform the way victims should approach negotiation with them. My guest is none other than Rebecca Zung, a top 1 percent attorney in the nation and a globally recognized expert in narcissism negotiation. With two incredible books under her belt, including her new book “Slay the Bully: How […]

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Episode 252: Somatic Healing with Laurie James

This week, I welcome Laurie James back to the show as we delve into somatic therapy, exploring its effectiveness in healing and discovering techniques to soothe the nervous system. Whether you’re navigating the complexities of contemplating divorce or actively undergoing the process, you’re bound to encounter a myriad of emotions. Join us as we uncover various methods and resources for […]

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Episode 251: Reflections on The Critic’s Daughter with Priscilla Gilman

Join me this week for an enlightening discussion with Priscilla Gilman, acclaimed author of the upcoming paperback release of her critically acclaimed memoir, The Critic’s Daughter. Priscilla, a former professor of English literature at Yale and Vassar, brings a wealth of insight as we explore the intricacies of co-parenting and divorce. Beyond her literary achievements, Priscilla is one of my […]

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Episode 250: Divorce Preparation: Beyond the Paperwork with Beverly Price

Beverly Price of Her Empowered Divorce joins me to share invaluable insights on preparing for divorce beyond the standard paperwork and financial considerations. Our conversation covers a range of featured topics and divorce dilemmas, including identifying domestic abuse, educating yourself about divorce, privacy concerns, and effective communication in court. Join us for this enlightening conversation beyond the conventional aspects of […]

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Episode 249: The Seven Divorce Dilemmas with Lesa Koski

Lesa Koski, a seasoned attorney turned mediator, joins me in this week’s podcast episode. We delve into the seven common dilemmas women often encounter during divorce. Gain valuable insights and practical advice on overcoming these challenges, arming yourself with knowledge for the journey ahead. Lesa is an accomplished attorney turned mediator with a passion for empowering individuals through the often […]

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Episode 248: Divorced Mom Moments with the exEXPERTS T.H. Irwin & Jessica Klingbaum

T.H. Irwin and Jessica Klingbaum, co-founders of the online platform exEXPERTS, return to the podcast this week to talk about divorced mom moments. When going through a divorce, the primary emphasis is often on the emotional and mental preparation and the legal requirements to navigate through the process. However, there’s an unforeseen facet to the experience, including unexpected yet significant […]

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Episode 247: Break the Cycle of Intergenerational Trauma with Dr. Mariel Buqué

Are you familiar with the term intergenerational trauma? My guest, Dr. Mariel Buqué, explains intergenerational trauma as “shadows of emotional pain that has plagued families for generations.”   Whether intergenerational trauma is a new term to you or something you’ve long been interested in shedding, this week’s episode brings to light the complexities of this trauma and explores how to […]

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Episode 246: Mental Health, Relationships, and Life’s Transitions with Alessandra Torresani

This week’s episode focuses on the impact of significant life transitions on relationships and mental health, emphasizing the need for open communication and understanding. Alessandra Torresani is my special-guest. She is a multi-hyphenate actress, host, creator, and mental health advocate. In this episode, Alessandra’s candidness extends to societal stigmas, the fear of judgment, and the importance of recognizing mental health […]

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