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Episode 75: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do – In Episode 75, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss the emotional difficulty of breaking up. We often hold on to the old relationship through conflict or begging for reconciliation. Once we do start to move on, we often repeat old patterns by selecting a new partner

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Episode 74: What Does A Good Marriage Even Look Like?

What Does A Good Marriage Even Look Like? – In Episode 74, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we remarriage after divorce. Often, divorcing people have been in a high-conflict or dissatisfying marriage and don’t even know what it’s like to be in a good marriage. Second marriages fail at even higher rates than first

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FEAR in Divorce

Episode 73: FEAR – False Evidence Appearing Real

FEAR – False Evidence Appearing Real – In Episode 73, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about fear in divorce. Fear is a common human emotion that is meant to protect us but what happens when the fear becomes overwhelming? Fear takes many forms in divorce: stress, anxiety, worry. We worry about finances,

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Where my child wants to live after divorce

Episode 72: Where Do Your Kids Want to Live, and Should You Care?

Where Do Your Kids Want to Live, and Should You Care? In Episode 72, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we talk about how to honor our children’s preferences about where they live after divorce. What do your kids need from you? How do you create stability for them? What happens when one parent is

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BONUS: Out of the Mouth of Babes

Out of the Mouth of Babes – In this BONUS Episode, we decided to give you a more personal look at divorce from the viewpoint of children, specifically our own. We have invited our four boys to join us in studio this week to share their experiences of our divorces. Tammy’s two sons, Dalton, age

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Episode 71: What Is Your Divorce Goal?

What Is Your Divorce Goal? In Episode 71, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we look at goal setting within the context of divorce. A New Year often brings resolutions but that’s different than goals. You may wonder how goal setting can help you manage divorce. We share some statistics that may surprise you. Goal

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Episode 70: Do You Want to Win Your Case or Feel Heard?

Do You Want to Win Your Case or Feel Heard? In Episode 70, of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we discuss our human desire to feel heard and understand which unfortunately, does not necessarily help us win our Court case. The Court approaches our case from a very logical perspective that applies the law without

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Episode 69: Co-Parenting Teenagers

Co-Parenting Teenagers – In Episode 69 of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we explore the unique aspects of co-parenting teenagers. Being the parent of a teen is already full of daily challenges, but co-parenting adds another layer of difficulty. Differences in the two homes are often an aspect that the teenager is aware enough to

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Episode 68: Are You In the Divorce Box or Riding the Wave?

Are You In the Divorce Box or Riding the Wave? In Episode 68 of the Divorce University Online Podcast, we bring a different perspective on the ever-changing process of divorce. All Tammy’s fellow type A personalities will relate to this episode and frankly, so will the type B’s thanks to Thomas! Divorce is a fluid

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