Archive for DSR with Steve Peck
In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, we speak with the author of the book, Fishing by Moonlight – The Art of Enhancing Intimate Relationship, Colene Sawyer, Ph.D..
A licensed marriage and family therapist, Dr. Sawyer has worked for nearly three decades in private practice with parents, children, and singles, as a divorce counselor, and with couples and families.
This is a program for anyone going through divorce who’s looking for a better understanding of their past relationship choices in an effort to construct healthier relationships in the future.
Dr. Sawyer explains that a new love affair can set off a “feel good” chemical similar to an amphetamine reaction in our brain. This is responsible for the euphoria of passionate infatuation that guides us into believing we have found Mr. or Ms. Right. Unfortunately, we don’t always make the smart choices during this state, and like all drug-induced states, the feeling dissipates in time. This program helps us gain a better understanding for how relationships work.
Topics in the program include:
- Understand why and how we fall in love
- How you may attract a partner that reenacts negative situations from your childhood
- Understanding the hidden logic of love
- How to identify your ideal partner
- How you can learn from your past and become the optimal partner
- And much more.
To receive a free E-copy of Fishing by Moonlight, visit: www.FishingByMoonlight.com
On this episode of The Pecking Order, with Divorce Source Radio founder Steve Peck, we discuss the forthcoming Detroit Divorce Expo that will be held on March 24 – 25 2012 at the Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi, Michigan.
Event senior produce, Joost Allard, joins Steve to discuss the two day event which is designed to provide help and support for those contemplating or going through divorce. The two-day event features keynote speakers addressing the legal, emotional and financial needs one faces as they navigate their divorce.
If you or someone you know is in the process of divorce, this is a Must Attend event. For more information, visit: www.TheDivorceExpo.com.
In this holiday edition of Divorce Source Radio, divorce coach Jeanie Rule, of www.SoloMama.com, presents The Holiday Survival Guide for Divorcing or Divorced Moms.
The holidays can be a stressful time for anyone, but for a mother going through a divorce, this season can be even more challenging. Beyond financial issues, many moms face the isolation of being left out of events they used to attend, as well as facing their ex at social or school events.
Jeanie speaks of the need to be as prepared as possible for the holidays, both from a legal custody point of view and preparing for circumstances you may encounter with friends, family, and co-workers during the holiday season.
Jeanie teaches us how we can create new holiday traditions for our children and helps us understand the true meaning of the holiday season: spending time with family and friends and sharing love. The first holiday season apart from your family is always the toughest, but we learn that, in time, things will get better, and, if handled correctly, the way we go through the trials of this season can be something our kids will come to admire.
In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, we talk with the founders of Divorce Detox.
Divorce Detox™ provides symptom relief and relationship closure, while addressing the underlying pain and heartache of divorce, to insure long lasting divorce recovery.
Allison Pescosolido, M.A. and Andra Brosh, Ph.D. are experts in Divorce Recovery and starting over. They co-founded Divorce Detox, a full service center to transform the lives of individuals transitioning through divorce. With advanced degrees in the field of Psychology, and as certified Grief Recovery Specialists by The Grief Recovery Institute, Andra and Allison are pro-actively challenging and changing the stigma of divorce on a national level. These dynamic women are dedicated to utilizing divorce as an opportunity for personal growth and a new life. The Divorce Detox™ proprietary programs transcend more traditional forms of treatment for divorce by providing the necessary tools, support and guidance for efficient, long lasting results.
A monthly update of what’s happening in and around DSR from Divorce Source Radio founder, Steve Peck. This update is for the month of October, 2011.
At some point after divorce, mom will start to feel sexual again. That’s a good sign. It means she’s healing and on her way to wholeness. Unfortunately, because there’s so much sexual shaming and mixed messages in our society about sex and divorced moms, divorced moms will often distort their sexuality (meaning inappropriate and risky sex), or limit themselves to unloving relationships or shut down their sexual sides all together. This doesn’t serve anybody. We are meant to be whole, and sex is a part of that wholeness. Divorced, not dead.
There’s a better way. In this program, Divorce Coach, Jeanie Rule explains that when a mother can understand, embrace and integrate her unique sexual self into her divorced-mom life, then she’s able to tap into the special sparks that good sexuality brings to all of us – better health, emotional well-being, creativity, connection to others, confidence, vitality.
For more information, visit: www.SoloMama.com.
If you are considering filing for divorce or recently done so, this program is for you!
Attorney, Henry Gornbein, discuss the Top Ten things to Consider Prior to Filing or Just After Filing for Divorce. Many people during this emotional time in their lives don’t slow down enough to think things through and as a result, make mistakes that cost them thousands of dollars and enormous emotional suffering.
Topics in the program include:
- Seeing a Marriage Counselor First
- Family Finances to consider
- Thoughts on Child Custody
- Understanding the Budget you will require to live your new life
- Building your Support System
- And much more
Have you ever stopped to ponder why the divorce rate has risen so dramatically over the past 50 years? Divorce was a rare event previous to the first world war with a rate of less than one per 1,000 of the yearly number of marriages.
There has been significant progress in divorce reform making it easier and fairer to obtain. Researchers would most likely agree that not only has divorce become more socially acceptable, but divorce laws have also changed to provide a more equitable resolution for many since the late 1960s. The amendment to the Divorce Act to permit the reason for divorce as no-fault (in other words, no-blame divorce) has radically altered the factors influencing the decision to divorce.
In this Program, Divorce Consultant, Deborah Moskovitch discusses the evolution of the divorce rate and it’s impact on the family.
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