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This week I am doing a Vow Renewal for a couple who were married for 20 years, got a divorce, and now are getting remarried again. And this is not the first time I have re-married couples. Let's take a look at a Vow Renewal - why do couples re-say their vows and what do we say at Vow Renewals.
Join with Hosts Michelle Arbeau, Celebrity Numerologist and Jeffrey Miller, The Interventionist this week for a great talk with Melissa Sindeband Dragon, Esq. Melissa Sindeband Dragon, Esq. has been a Divorce Trial Attorney for 15 years. Melissa founded the first Holistic Family Law practice in Massachusetts in 2006 following her divorce from her son’s father. Melissa remarried in 2008 and lives near Boston with her husband, daughter and son. Melissa is a frequent guest legal commentator on radio and television as well as stars in her own “Divorce the Drama!” videoblog series on YouTube. Melissa serves on the Board of Nazareth Girl’s Academy as well as Boston Women Connect Organization a part of her ongoing commitment to mentorship and empowerment of women through entrepreneurial endeavors.
Thank you for joining us on The Michael Dresser Show! Today we welcome these guests to our show:
Michael Homeier: Legal specialist in business & corporate law who joins Michael weekly for their segment "It's the Law!" http://www.HomeierLaw.com
Maggie Scarf: Author of "The ReMarriage Blueprint: How Remarried Couples and Their Families Succeed or Fail," http://www.maggiescarf.com
Nathan Schneider: Author of "Thank You, Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse," http://www.wagingnonviolence.org
Carol Kivler, MS: Author of "Mental Health Recovery Boosters: How to Sustain Your Mental Wellness," http://www.courageousrecovery.com
Bonita Vinson, Ph.D.: Author of "Purses, Pearls & Pumps: Straight Talk About Women & Finances," http://www.ypeconomy.com
Thank you for joining us today on The Michael Dresser Show!
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Lori Rubenstein author of Forgiveness: Healing Your Past and Finding The Peace You Deserve is my guest. Lori’s website: http://lorirubenstein.com
Lori S. Rubenstein, JD, CPC spent 18 years as a divorce attorney-mediator and will tell you she quickly ascertained that the court system is not a healthy environment for families. Her passion for helping others led her down the path of relationship and divorce coaching, where she realized Forgiveness was the cornerstone of all her work. As a Forgiveness Teacher, Coach, Author and Inspirational Speaker, you will find Lori walks her talk.
Lori’s special gift is helping people to see new perspectives so they can step into a new, more empowering life. Lori carries the torch of practicality as well as the spiritual aspects of forgiveness, acceptance and compassion. Her primary mission is to help people heal from the hurts caused by relationships or as Lori calls them, “spiritual partnerships.” Lori’s unique outlook on painful life experiences is enlightening and refreshing. She helps people see that what they call “tragedy” can in fact, be the soul’s greatest gift.
In this website, you will find Lori’s transformational books and audio products under the tabSHOP.
Lori has been twice divorced and today is happily remarried, her children are grown and she lives a life filled with love and laughter. She is available to speak or lead a retreat in your community or to your group by telephone or webinar.
Among many accomplishments, Lori is most proud of:
• Working in the domestic violence field on and off for 30 years and helping to write impactful legislation in 4 different states
• Receiving the National Association of Women Business Owners with an Entrepreneurial Excellence Award as a Trailblazer in her field.
Join us Saturay as we welcome three great authors;
Christy Kane author of Shell Cracking: Leaving the Past Behind, Christy shares stories of heroic individuals who through her help and guidance overcome great trials, making a difference in their lives and the lives of others.
Cory Williams writer/actor,and author of TOTENTANZ, THE TAKING OF CYNDRIEL'S HOPE and HUNTER’S MOON
Teresa Joyce author of There's A Fine Line" Talks about the hardship she found within her life in so many ways, no one should have ever had to go through, but sadly it just seemed to follow her around. Some years later she remarried, but unfortunately this union would tear her once more into tiny pieces.
Please join us.
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I am 25 and manage a fitness facility in Palmdale. I was born in Lanacaster Ca, and lived here most of my childhood. When I was about 8 years old my parents divorced and I kind of grew up fast. I was at the time the oldest of 3 boys which after my parents each remarried I became the oldest of 7 boys. So living between households and my mother living in Vegas my childhood was hectic. I got in my fair amount of trouble as a kid and up into my 20s. 16 days after my 17th birthday I swore into the USMC and left for bootcamp a couple weeks after highschool graduation. I was a radio operator in the corps and deployed to Iraq in 2006-2007 I served as lead communications for my convoys throughout Iraq and even got hit by lightning. When I returned from Iraq I had my share of problems with life and had to learn to cope... I turned to tons of different things but have come to just believe in Karma. I try everyday to do goodthings so selfishly good things happen to me. Haha. But this is true. I came back from the USMC had a few odd and end jobs that taught me how to be a civilian. Pizza delivery and window cleaning. Than I became a service rep in a fitness facility where I currently manage. I also have started my own window cleaning business and just try to stay busy! Live everyday to the fullest and see where I can do my part.
Let's face it: Money is a leading cause of divorce in both first families and remarried families. Let's tame this tiger, get a grip on what money is exactly, and how you can put a plan in place that will increase harmony and decrease relationship discord. Join Peggy Nolan and Erin Erickson as they dish tips, tools, and advice with Katherine Nelson-Reid. About Katherine: Katherine “Kat” Nelson-Reid, Managing Director of Finance & Business Operations, possesses what at first may seem like an unusu
If you are one half of a remarried couple, grab your sweetie because you're both going to want to listen in as The Stepmom's Toolbox dishes tips, tools, and advice with Ron L. Deal, author of "The Remarried Couple's Checkup." Strengthening today's remarried families...
Courtney Richards is a man on a mission today. But he went through a bad divorce. Today, remarried to his best friend and beautiful wife who now fits that dream wife he had been waiting for. Does this mean you married the wrong one the first time? Did you have to go through a bad relationship first before you now got to the right one? These questions and more will be answered as I talk "real talks" with Courtney a Author, Legal Mediator, a Stress Management Consultant and a Pastor. Do not miss the LIVE show! Tune in coming Thursday, 13th for this! We run the series How To Bounce Back Fast From Your Setbacks and we have source authentic leaders who are willing & excited to share their STORIES and offer their WISDOM BYTES. You want to know how they did it, don't you. I do too! Come on and SHARE in the CONVERSATION!
We had a great panel last night! Tonight Pastor Dean will be discussing divorce. He'll be asking for your opinions and your testimonies.
How has divorce affected your family? Does God condemn those who have divorced and remarried? When it is time to call it quits in a marriage? Should one stay with a spouse who is abusive? We'll be trying to put a panel together in the second half of the show. If you would like to join the active discussion, call 646-716-4490. It's wake the dead radio! The Midnight Miracle Hour...two hours at the stroke of midnight!
When you live in a remarried home, there are tons of moving parts. Kids are going back and forth. We are working. Relationships go up and down. Emotions swirl around our heads 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
How can we help? I say that we can actually be the anchors for our turbulent families. In this call, I give you tips on how to anchor your family and create a home base for you, your partner and your children.
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I will be speaking with Caroline Flohr, Author of Heavens Child.
As a recently divorced single parent, Caroline and her three young children boarded the ferry on the Seattle side of Puget Sound for a fresh start on tranquil Bainbridge Island. And, while five-year-old Christopher quickly embraced the new adventure, eleven-year-old twins, Caiti and Sarah, remained trapped in a quicksand of rage and resentment. Though hurt and disappointed, Caroline was optimistic that the girls’ pain and confusion would pass.
But, after four years, when she remarried and was expecting her fourth child, the situation reached a boiling point that tore the family apart and sent the girls to live with relatives. When, at last, they came back together and the twins were days away from starting their junior year of high school, Sarah and seven other teens went for a midnight joy ride that ended her life, shattered her twin sister, and brought strife and discord to a formerly quiet and complacent community.