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Episode 176: How Can I Protect Myself?

How Can I Protect Myself? – Episode 176 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. When clients ask how they can protect themselves, they are usually referring to the other parent. We often feel stress and anxiety in dealing with our ex. It’s common to feel like they are playing “gotcha” and even if they have

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Episode 175: When to Stop Fighting

When to Stop Fighting – Episode 175 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Divorcing people tend to have conversations where each person is advocating their “position”. Much of the communication we see involves multiple paragraphs back and forth between the parties. The emotional exhaustion takes it’s toll on your entire life. In this episode, we

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Episode 174: No Means No

No Means No – Episode 174 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Much of the conflict between co-parents comes from “beating a dead horse” so to speak. We often see people argue back and forth endlessly, whether by email, through a messaging app, or text messages, and repeating their disagreements on an issue. Sometimes you

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Episode 173: Jack of All Trades, Master of None

Jack of All Trades, Master of None – Episode 173 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. It seems daily life is a constant go, go, go and it can be difficult to manage everything that’s coming at us. And yet many of us have a hard time saying no and end up overcommitting ourselves. When

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Episode 172: Starting Small

Starting Small – Episode 172 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Divorce, like many challenging life events, is overwhelming for most people, especially in the beginning. It changes so many aspects of your life that you don’t know where to start putting out all the fires. In this episode, we’ll discuss starting small to avoid

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Episode 171: Don’t Get Too Close to the Edge

Don’t Get Too Close to the Edge – Episode 171 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Many couples have parenting differences during their relationship that become more magnified through a divorce or separation. Sometimes parents find themselves worried about their children when the children are in the other parent’s care or they do not agree

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Episode 170: What Is a Through Line?

What Is a Through Line? – Episode 170 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Through Line is a term you’ll be familiar with if you have acting experience. When someone portrays a character they develop a through-line for the character that helps guide them in predicting how a character will behave in various circumstances. In

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Episode 169: New Beginnings

New Beginnings – Episode 169 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Most people that go through a divorce or breakup feel like everything is falling apart. We tend to focus on the loss, the loss of family, the loss of finances, the loss of who we were in that relationship. But life becomes hopeful again

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Episode 168: What Is A Forensic Expert?

What Is A Forensic Expert? – Episode 168 of the Divorce University Online Podcast. Divorce comes with all kinds of jargon and terms that most people have never heard of, including “forensic expert”. We tend to think of a crime scene when we think of the word forensic but in the Court system, a forensic

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