Divorce is deeply painful. We may experience different emotions ranging from hurt or anger, shame or disappointment, fear or bitterness. In order to heal as we go through this transition, it is vital that we not judge or avoid our feelings but rather accept that they simply are.
In our quick fix society we see the devastation of avoiding our feelings with pharmaceutical drugs and personal addictions. Emotional pain seems too hard to handle so we stuff it, numb it, work harder, play harder, shop more, binge on Netflix reruns, etc. Yet no matter where we go, or how fast we try to get there, we can’t outrun our feelings. Wherever we go, there we are…with our pain.
The only way out is through. In this show Karen and Carrie share gentle, practical, and doable strategies for feeling and processing painful emotions in a way that enables us to move through them and engage in essential conversations and decisions about the future with calm and clarity. Learn the practice of creating space through breath that provides a path back to your center – who you are and want to be in all your interactions.
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The emotional storm of divorce creates chaos and uncertainty and often leaves us struggling to keep our heads above water. Emotions from fear and anger, pain and devastation can sink us on a daily basis.
Today’s show Drowning from Divorce details two effective strategies that offer you the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of and control over your emotional reactions. After listening to today’s discussion, you will see the suffering you create by the way you react. You will also receive tangible, immediate action steps that you can take to change your experience.
Karen and Lisa will discuss the power in shifting the focus off our spouse and looking at our part in the turmoil. They will challenge you to notice what triggers you, how your choose to perceive situations and what happens when you step back, slow down and embrace new perspectives and behaviors that are more aligned with what you desire…to move from chaos to calm, clear and confident.
For more information on Karen, Lisa and Journey Beyond Divorce, visit: www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.
Journey Beyond Divorce launches its premier show introducing the best way to move from pain and chaos to a clear, calm, confident approach to divorce. During the show to you will be challenged to see your divorce transition as not only challenging and tumultuous but an opportunity. Divorce Coach Karen McMahon invites you to consider the possibility for significant personal growth that can take place when you shift your focus off your spouse and keep it on yourself.
Karen shares Journey Beyond’s 12 Step Divorce Discovery program which has helped hundreds of men and women navigate divorce with grace and dignity and emerge excited about their new lives. Beginning with raising your awareness to how you’re wired and what triggers you, to finding that you have more options than you think, clients begin to get their heads above emotional waters. As you continue through the steps, Karen explains that you begin to detach from your anger and hurt, step ever so slowly into forgiveness and begin to let go of your judgement of your spouse and your circumstances. Further down the 12 step line, you will begin to accept rather than resist what is, become more capable of staying in the present and ultimately let go of limiting beliefs and embrace your life’s possibility.
In short, this introductory show outlines the steps that are guaranteed to change both your divorce experience and your life. The tools and strategies that Journey Beyond teaches will support you now as well and with any future challenges you face. For more information on Karen and Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.
David Feder returns with another episode of The Anatomy of An Affair on Divorce Source Radio to discuss personality disorders and affairs.
Many people suffer some form of personality disorder whether it be Borderline Personality or Narcissistic Disorder, Bipolar, or one of the many other types of mental illnesses that affect an individual’s ability to form healthy relationships.
Some of these illnesses can even be the direct cause of a partner straying and becoming unfaithful. David explains how mental illness might play out during an affair and provides advice for the hurt partner dealing with the fallout.
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David speaks to the need for full disclosure by the “affair partner” including the need for transparency in an effort to regain trust in the “hurt partner”.
Affair expert David Feder answers a listener question regarding whether to call the spouse of the person your partner is having an affair with on this episode of The Anatomy of An Affair on Divorce Source Radio.
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Wilson is the father of two children, with whom he shares with his ex-wife. Prior to his separation and divorce, he continued to work long, hard hours as a restaurant manager, while his wife stayed home and cared for their children full–time.
Everything was fine until one day in September 2013 his wife decided she no longer wanted to be married to him, filed for divorce, remarried a man she met online and uprooted with the children to Australia. WITHOUT THE FATHER’S CONSENT!
Family Law attorney Henry Gornbein provides advice during this powerful show. For more on Henry visit: www.FamilyLawForMichigan.com.
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