Archive for DSR with Steve Peck
When things don’t go well in our relationship, we need to fix them if we can. For those time when we can’t, we need to have the information and resources around us to help us ‘reset’. TDE – The Divorce Expo™ 2012 Chicago offers you a supportive, comfortable and trusting experience to listen to experiences from others, learn from the expertise of our carefully selected speakers, and be inspired to make the choices that are best for you, your children and spouse, and your future.
This is the Official Expo Podcast for the August 18th Divorce Expo in Naperville, Illinois. Expo co-founder, Joost Allard, provides a preview of what to expect at this upcoming show. Divorce Source Radio will be covering the show so be sure to stop by our booth and say hi. Register today for this life changing show at www.TheDivorceExpo.com. See you in Chicago!
Our guests are Michelle Talbert and Ricardo Kingsbury. They met online a week before Valentine’s Day. They celebrated Valentine’s Day together, had a whirlwind love affair, and by Easter were asking, “What just happened?” At 41, they are both twice married, yet hopeful that they’ll find and keep true love. Collectively, they have almost 20 years of off and on online dating experience.
Their book, Don’t Do What We Did! is an insider’s guide to online dating from a couple who did it, didn’t quite succeed at a romantic connection, but are still standing (and speaking to each other) to tell the tale. They share their story and the stories of others who have used online dating for one purpose, or another. It’s a he said/she said tongue-in-cheek and helpful guide to online dating, with some hints, tips and secrets to online dating success shared along the way.
- Set a vision for who you want to meet
- Don’t do yourself a disservice by being dishonest
- What types of pictures of yourself should you be posting on dating sites?
- Men & women approach dating differently
- For more on Michelle and Ricardo or to order their book, visit: www.DontDoWhatWeDid.com
Leading the call is Divorce Coach Karen McMahon, a frequent contributor to Divorce Source Radio. Steve Peck is encouraging all DSR listeners to attend this free call.
The call topic is Loneliness and Isolation. Loneliness is not just about your marriage ending, it is about all the aspects of your life that change. You are separating from your partner of many years and that by itself can lead to loneliness. But because your entire life is structured around your marriage, it impacts all your relationships. Going from a married couple to a single person affects your relationships with your family, in-laws, friends and most social circles that you have enjoyed during your married life. Finding yourself suddenly single can feel alien and isolating.
Listen to this program for more information on attending this free night of coaching and register today at www.DivorceSourceRadio.com by clicking on the banner for the event.
Divorce is the dissolution of a profound and significant love relationship and while it feels like an end, is really the beginning of a journey towards attracting, creating, embracing and enjoying an effortless, extraordinary life and love.
Finding your ideal relationship can happen at any time and at any place. However, if you are not living a life that allows you to interact with potential partners, it is going to be difficult to find one.
Topics in the program include:
- How to go about finding an ideal relationship
- Living a life of passion and purpose
- The connection between healthy relationships with family and friends and your love relationships
- The importance of being emotionally and financially healthy prior to entering into a new relationship
- And much more.
For more on Laura Campbell and to receive her special offer for Divorce Source Radio listeners, visit: www.DiscoverTheDSpot.com
On this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Karen McMahon is back to help us understand what it means to love yourself. Self love is vital if we are to be loved in this world. If you have been living in a loveless marriage, you have not been getting what you need from your spouse… and what have you been giving yourself?
For many, it’s hard to tell the difference between selfless, selfish and self-love. If your tendency has been to put others needs before yours, self love is neither easy nor comfortable. It often comes with feelings of guilt, fear and selfishness.
You need to be clear on the difference between selfish and self loving so that you can stand firm in your desire to be healthy and be able to explain / defend your actions to your loved ones.Oscar Wilde put it beautifully, “To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance”
For more on Karen McMahon, visit: www.KMLifeCoaching.com
The Leon Walker case has received national attention as a landmark case related to email privacy issues. Leon Walker Faces felony charges and up to 5-years in prison for reading his wife’s emails.
Expert pundits on CNN have debated this case and many feel there is no merit to the charges, especially at a felony level. Leon Walker provided an exclusive interview with Divorce Source Radio’s Steve Peck. This show provides a window into what Leon Walker has endured since being charged with the crime in 2011. Leon tells his version of the story and noted author and forensic trial consultant, Dean Tong, helps us sort through the legal maneuvers the prosecutor and defense might be considering.
Mr. Walker has been financially devastated and his life has been turned upside down due the charges filed against him. Does the county prosecuting the case really want to spend close to $500,000 of taxpayers’ money to lock this man up for reading his wife’s email? Mr. Walker claims he did so for the well-being of his kids. He had reason to believe the children were being subjected to a potentially abusive situation as his wife was seeing an ex with an abusive past.
So what do you think? Send us your thoughts at DivorceSourceRadio@Gmail.com or on our Facebook page at: www.Facebook.com/DivorceSourceRadio.com. For more on Leon, visit: www.LeonWalker.com. For more on Dean Tong, visit: www.abuse-excuse.com.
In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, we introduce our listeners to a new online resource for divorce. LifeThruDivorce.com was the brainchild of a group of friends who has each been touched by divorce. After having found that there is no single reliable, full-service resource to get advice, support, and empowerment from professionals and peers, they banded together to help others navigate the uncharted, and sometimes rough, seas.
Experts providing content to LifeThruDivorce include attorneys, financial planners, family therapists, mediators, realtors, travel agents, and much more. The website has resources designed to help you, regardless of the stage of the divorce process in which you find yourself, including content for parents to help identify and address their child’s emotions, stress, and acceptance.
In this program, we’re joined by LifeThruDivorce partners, Perri Teitelbaum and Michelle Zudeck. Later in the show, we’re joined by a contributor to the site, advisor Julie Arkush.
To check out the website and learn more, visit: www.LifeThruDivorce.com.
Can you fix your divorce? In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Audrey Silcox, founder of the Divorce Tool Box, joins us. Audrey is a certified divorce and family mediator, with credentials from two supreme courts, and a certified professional coach specializing in divorce.
The Divorce Tool Box is designed to help people through this most difficult stage in their lives with the tools to move forward towards a healthier, happier future. Whether contemplating divorce, making the decision to leave, in the middle of divorce, or putting your life back together after divorce, Divorce Tool Box provides valuable and comprehensive information to help you through the divorce process.
When people enter into divorce, it seems it’s all about the legal aspect. We soon realize that divorce is an extremely emotional time in our lives. If one or both of the parties have a controlling mindset, the situation can become more hostile, potentially leading to a lengthy, destructive, and unnecessarily expensive divorce process. Tempers flare, heels dig in, and none of it leads to satisfaction in the end.
Susan shares tips on how to navigate your divorce in a more peaceful manner and shows the value of therapy. Henry provides advice on dealing with an attorney who is trying to stir the pot between you and your ex. Susan reminds us of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which suggests that people are motivated to fulfill basic needs before moving on to other, more advanced, needs. If you’re worried about your survival, it’s hard to get to a place of love. If safety and esteem are an issue, you can’t get to self-actualization.
This is a “must hear” for any of our listeners new to the process of divorce. For more on Susan Pease Gadoua, visit: www.SusanPeaseGadoua.com, and for Henry Gornbein, visit: www.Family Law of Michigan.com. (This program was recorded at The Divorce Expo in Novi, Michigan).
With divorce, single parent households and family crises on the rise, many people are experiencing the tumultuous dynamics of stepfamilies. In this episode of Divorce Source Radio from The Divorce Expo in Novi, Michigan, the author of Blended Families, Valerie Coleman joins us.
As a stepmother, stepdaughter and now step-grandmother, Valerie has experienced the drama and reward of life in a step family from multiple perspectives. For years, she struggled to parent five children from three different households. She instilled respect into her two biological sons and assumed the same respect would be honored by her husband’s children. At times, the frustration overwhelmed her. Without the support of family and friends, her marriage would have failed.
If you are experiencing issues within your blended families, this is the program for you. For more on Valerie Coleman, visit: www.ValerieJLColeman.com.