Archive for DSR with Steve Peck

Feb
19

Tap Into Reducing the Stress of Divorce

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There’s a new relatively new way of achieving stress reduction and it based on the same principles that have been used for thousands of years in acupuncture.  It’s called EFT(Emotional Freedom Technique,) and results are delivered without the needles of acupuncture.  To achieve the stress-relieving benefits of EFT, all one needs to know is how to tap.

In this program, we show you how to tap into reducing the stress of divorce.  As simple as this sounds, “tapping” different parts of your body has produced remarkable clinical results of stress reduction and is used by many Major League athletes, as well as business professionals.  Divorce is one of the most stressful situations we face in life, so the potential benefits from EFT could help thousands of our listeners.

In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Brad Yates, an expert in EFT, joins us and explains how we might benefit from tapping.  Brad has had the privilege and pleasure of working with a diverse group of clients, from CEOs to professional and NCAA athletes, from chiropractors and psychiatrists to corporate and federal attorneys, from award-winning actors to residents at a program for homeless men and women in Santa Monica.  Brad is the author of the best-selling children’s book, “The Wizard’s Wish,” the co-author of the best-seller, “Freedom at Your Fingertips,” a featured expert in the film, “The Tapping Solution” (along with Jack Canfield, Bob Proctor, Dr. Norman Shealy and Dr. Bruce Lipton,) and has been heard internationally on a number of internet radio talk shows.

Tapping is not just for adults.  Our children can benefit from EFT, as well.  For more information on Brad Yates, visit his website at www.BradYates.net.  So, what are you waiting for?  Let’s get tapping!

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Feb
15

Emotionally Abused Men, Parental Alienation & Dealing with an Incarcerated Ex

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In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Psychologist, Dr. Larry Friedberg, returns to answer listener questions.

Topics in the program include:

The Emotionally Abused Male:  Does your relationship with your girlfriend or wife leave you feeling bad about yourself?  Do you frequently feel misunderstood, rejected, vilified and devalued in your relationship?  Do you feel trapped or stuck?  Do you believe it’s possible for men to be emotionally abused by women?  Believe it.  It happens all the time.

The stereotype of an abusive relationship is that of a man physically beating a woman.  Society has yet to acknowledge the vast number of women who emotionally abuse men.  In fact, the men who are being abused oftentimes don’t realize that their wife’s or girlfriend’s behavior is abusive.   A listener phones in his question to Dr. Friedberg.

Parental AlienationA listener writes Dr. Friedberg regarding her ex’s attempt to alienate their children from her.  She is without money or resources and is looking for guidance on how to deal with this situation.

Dealing with an Incarcerated Ex:  Divorce is never easy.  Imagine trying to raise your children on your own, with no help from your ex, because he is in prison for molesting your young daughter’s girlfriend.  Dr. Friedberg answers a difficult listener question.

If you would like to ask Dr. Friedberg a question, write us at: DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com or phone your question into our Listener Line at(248) 686-2256.  For more on Dr. Friedberg, visit: www.DrLarryFriedberg.com.

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Feb
06

Lies We Tell Ourselves During Divorce

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Have you ever believed something negative about yourself, or felt “stuck” in life?  What’s the worst kind of lie?  The one we tell ourselves. In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, our guests are Victoria Wynn and Laura Campbell.

Victoria and Laura both serve as successful divorce coaches, and Victoria speaks openly about the lies she had told herself after her divorce from a 16-year marriage.  One of Victoria’s lies was, “Because I’m a single mom of five kids, I won’t find a good, devoted man to be my partner.” She goes on to share the truth she ultimately learned: “Because I’m a single mom of five, I know how to love deeply, sacrifice, serve, and create unity.”

Victoria created The Lies I tell Myself Project after realizing the need for a custom-tailored process that explains how to know if you’re lying to yourself, and most importantly: A way to figure out what the beautiful truth about yourself really is.

Laura Campbell is an author and Divorce & Life Reinvention Coach, supporting women who want to regroup, renew and reinvent themselves before, during and after divorce.  Laura has made her life one of dedication and devotion to those unsure of how to get where they really want to go… and her results are phenomenal!  Together, these two women are making a difference in the lives of hundreds going through divorce.

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Jan
30

What’s New at Divorce Source Radio for 2012?

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The Pecking Order is where you’ll find what’s going on in and around Divorce Source Radio.

Divorce Source Radio founder and host, Steve Peck, provides show updates and gives a shout out to Singapore.  You heard right, DSR has a large following there and Steve wants to know who’s listening.

Steve also talks about the upcoming Divorce Expo on March 24th and 25th in Michigan, and invites listeners to come to the show and party with him at the mixer the night of March 24th.  Divorce Source Radio will be recording shows from the expo and we hope to see you there.  For more on the show, visit: www.TheDivorceExpo.com.

Finally, Steve talks about the shows on DSR including our New Show, Single Again! Now What? and encourages listeners to “like” our Facebook page, “follow” us on Twitter and visit our website.

As always, thanks for listening and trusting us.  We believe in you and your future!

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Jan
29

A Woman’s Guide to Life After Loss

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In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Steve speaks with Beverly Tobocman, author of the bestselling book “Now That He’s Gone – A Financial Therapist’s Guide to Life After Loss.”

Beverly’s book was written to inspire and comfort “suddenly single” women everywhere.  “Now That He’s Gone” retells amazing stories of women who build emotional and financial security after losing their man and provides a straightforward blueprint for achieving inner peace and rebuilding life as a single.

Topics in the program include:

  • How to shift your attitude from one of loss to one of challenge and opportunity
  • The question YOU must answer to live happily ever after
  • Deciding whether to keep or sell the marital home
  • How fears trick you into giving up
  • The power of gratitude and the wisdom of letting go
  • Are you going to be okay?
  • And much more
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Jan
19

Parental Kidnapping

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In this episode of DSR with Steve Peck, our topic is Parental Kidnapping, and our guest is Maureen Dabbagh, a Virginia Supreme Court Family Mediator specializing in cross-border child custody disputes.

Maureen has experienced Parental Kidnapping firsthand.  Her three-year-old daughter was abducted from the United States and taken to the Middle East by her Syrian ex-husband. Maureen and her daughter had no communication for 17 years.

The reality of family abduction is that it is a form of child endangerment. Children abducted by family members are often forced into the nomadic, unstable lifestyle of a fugitive:  They are taught to hide their real identities under a false name and to avoid and distrust law enforcement and authority figures.

Maureen is the author of “Parental Kidnapping in America:  An Historical & Cultural Analysis.”  Through her books, practice, and public appearances, she hopes to educate those experiencing or fearing a family abduction.  You can learn more about Maureen Dabbagh on her Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/maureen.dabbagh.

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Dec
29

FREE eHarmony Gift on Divorce Source Radio’s Final Show of 2011

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This is the final broadcast of 2011 and we’re going out in style giving our listeners a FREE eHarmony Weekend.

Visit our website at www.DivorceSourceRadio.com and click on the eHarmony banner to get in on this special for DSR listeners.  It’s a great way to possibly find the life partner you always dreamed of and at no cost to you.

Also in this episode, DSR founder and host, Steve Peck, provides a year in review for 2011 and tell of new things to come in 2012.

Thank you for being part of our Divorce Source Radio community.  It has been a privilege serving you during this challenging time in your life.  We wish you a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year!

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Dec
25

Organizing Your Divorce and Empowering Your New Life

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In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, we discuss Organizing your Divorce and Empowering your Your New Life, with our guest, Laura Campbell, of The D Spot.

Laura is a divorce coach and author of The Ultimate Divorce Organizer:  The Complete, Interactive Guide to Achieving the Best Financial and Personal Divorce, a book Steve believes ALL Divorce Source Radio Listeners should have if new to the process of divorce.

The Ultimate Divorce Organizer is a comprehensive resource for knowing what comes next, preparing for it, and keeping track of all that you will need to accomplish during divorce.  Despite feelings of being overwhelmed, loneliness, confusion and fear, Laura believes this journey can be the catalyst for reclaiming your joy, independence and freedom.

Topics in the program include:

  • Dealing with the legal and emotional side of divorce
  • Why avoiding litigation is in your family’s best interest
  • How to get what you want out of your new life
  • How to be a better co-parent
  • Ways to improve communication with your ex and future love interests
  • When is the right time to move forward with a new relationship
  • And much more
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Dec
17

Spending Holidays Alone and Beginning New Traditions

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Divorce Source Radio’s Steve Peck has a discussion on spending the holidays alone, with DSR The Smart Divorce host, author and divorce consultant, Deborah Moskovitch.

We share our different backgrounds as we discuss Deborah’s experience of being alone during Hanukkah, and Steve’s during Christmas.  We also touch on the difficulty of being newly divorced at other major life events and celebrations.

As the program progresses, we become a bit more philosophical, as we discuss why and how couples fall out of love in the first place.  And we ask the question, “Are those in high conflict divorces actually more in love with their spouses, and soon-to-be exes, than those who divorce with a mutual understanding that they have both simply fallen out of love?”  What do you think?  Write us your thoughts at DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you.

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Dec
15

Finally Out – Letting Go of Living Straight

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What would you do if you realized that your own most fundamental assumptions about yourself were wrong?  How would you reinvent yourself in your forties if you began to suspect that much of your life had been built on a lie – or at least a critical misperception?  These are the questions that Dr. Loren A. Olson, a prominent Midwestern psychiatrist, faced when he finally confronted the fact that despite almost two decades of marriage to a loving and emotionally compatible woman that he needed to divorce as he discovered he was sexually and romantically attracted to men.

Dr. Olson is author of Finally Out – Letting Go of Living Straight and provides insight and wisdom to others experiencing the same situation.  Whether it be a husband or wife that finds themselves questioning their own sexuality or a family member or children dealing with accepting their new reality.  Dr. Olson help us understand the journey not just from someone who has lived it, but also as a professional psychiatrist.  (Book info: http://www.finallyoutbook.com)

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