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This this episode we will discuss FEAR!!!
Fear can be one of the most crippling subjects on the planet. If the topic is right you don’t even need to be in the same city or state or even country for you to hear a story and immediately be consumed by fear.
The worst kind of fear is the kind we entrap ourselves with. Most of the time that thing we fear will happen is some fake or mythical fantasy we created in our own minds.
I will also be covering how to use fear to recognize your something new is coming and how to prepare to used it to create empires!
The Core4 topic of the day is Being! Here we will be covering the second Mantra of the warrior Assent mediation practice and I may even talk more on Bryan Katie’s the work.
Heartbreak and pain.
In this episode I will be talking about getting over Heartbreak!
Recovering from heartbreak is the same as recovering from a broken arm. There is a process to it that you must know in order to heal your broken heart. These are also the same step someone with an addiction they want to recover from.
For the second part of the show we will be covering one of Core 4 areas that you must take on in order to take control of your life and become limitless.
In today’s episode Greg will be covering the very important topic of resenting appropriate boundaries with your ex or soon to be ex-spouse.
As promised the second half of the show Greg will be covering one of the four core areas of your life that not only help you recover from your divorce or break up but will help you become better and stronger than EVER.
Today he will be covering the area of Being. He will be covering his favorite book Loving What Is, by Bryan Katie and a few minutes on favorite meditation practice.
When my ex announced she was going to get remarried, I decided to post something about it on Facebook. No, this isn’t a story of a poorly considered FB post gone sour.
You can read the entire post in the following pages, but in essence what I said was:
I am so happy for her. She’s an amazing woman. I wish them both the very best for the future.
The comments, both online and offline, came pouring in. Some thought it was a joke. Some thought I was being sarcastic.
I was interested in the response but I was also saddened. It is clear that so many people see their divorces as disasters and their exes as the devil. It doesn’t have to be that way.
My own divorce allowed both my ex and me to face the future unburdened by anger, resentment, bitterness, and even huge attorney fees. My approach allowed us to move into the future with the possibility of being the best versions of ourselves. This experience prompted me to write the book about the “selfish” divorce. The selfish divorce isn’t what you think. It could easily be called the “selfless” divorce, because in the end, being selfless is adaptive and will lead to the best outcomes possible for you, your ex, and your children.
That said, here’s what to expect from The Selfish Divorce Radio:
At times i’ll tell you my life story, especially as it relates to relationships and marriage. Some of these lessons have to do with relationships and some don’t. But they’re all things I’ve learned and if possible, I’d like to help prevent you from taking any of the “classes” I did.
We will also cover the tatical steps I took and continue to take each to to create a better life.
In this episode Greg will be covering Kid Problems vs Adult problems. When is it appropriate to talk to your children about the reasons for your divorce and when is it not!
What are the long term effects of the occasional slip of the tongue to your kid?
As always the second half of the show Greg will be covering one of the Core 4 areas of your life that not only help you recover from your divorce or break up but will help you become better and stronger than EVER.
Our physical body will be the topic of the day. He will be covering some core basics of nutrition and how exercise directly effects how you well you handle your divorce and your recovery.
There are three main components that impact business during the process of divorce. The emotional impact can distract a business owner to the detriment of his or her business. There are significant legal issues regarding the impact of equal distribution because a business owned by one or both of the spouses is considered an asset during equal distribution. And finally, there are significant financial issues that can impact the running of a business, such as full disclosure of the finances and operations of a business, when one business partner is going through divorce.
Tanya Helfand, a resident of Livingston, New Jersey, is Principal at Helfand & Associates, a New Jersey based law firm specializing in matrimonial law and bankruptcy. Ms. Helfand’s firm currently employs the services of three attorneys and two paralegals. She is also of counsel at the New York firm of Borstein & Sheinbaum in New York City, NY.
Tanya Helfand is a Certified Matrimonial Attorney for the State of New Jersey. She is on the Superior Court’s Early Settlement Panel in Essex and Morris Counties and list of financial mediators. Approximately 75% of the practice is family law.
Ms. Helfand has an extensive track record as a highly effective litigator, working with complex financial settlement issues, custody, and domestic violence. In this capacity, Ms. Helfand protects the emotional aspects of her clients without deviating from excellent legal support. She consistently approaches her cases with a frugal position, always trying to ensure that her clients are minimizing the expense of the process. She is a seasoned litigator and qualified mediator and collaborative lawyer pursuant to the Rules. She has an impressive track record, succeeding effectively and gaining respect from her professional colleagues.
Holidays-Divorce & Kids
Patricia Bubash grew up as a Navy "brat" spending the biggest part of her first 16 years moving from place to place. Patricia earned a degree in education, a graduate degree in counseling.
Her open door policy as a school counselor, provided her with many stories of family dynamics: divorce, remarriage, blending families, problems with extended family members. These personal accounts, plus her own failure with marriage-twice, gave her the catalyst to write: Successful Second Marriages.
Join us as we explore this topic whch recently in the News stated "Yes" Divorce is on the Decline find out why via our Panel Discussion featuring special Guest Dr. William J. Doherty is an educator, researcher, therapist, speaker, author, consultant, and community organizer. He will be on along with other special invited guests and Host Mike T. to tackle this very intriguing topic.
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Greg W. Anderson was going through a divorce and the experience was not going well. In this interview with Jack, Greg shares how he made some critical decisions about how the divorce and life after divorce would be.
Greg and his ex-wife have children together. His children and the impact of divorce on them became the pivotal reason for him to examine divorce and post-divorce life in great detail. He wanted to see if it would be possible to have a good relationship with his ex-wife that would be beneficial for his children. He was determined to make his divorce a positive experience for everyone involved.
He has in fact done this, even going so far as forming a good relationship with the man his ex-wife has since married. This is not a process that happens quickly, but the end results are worth the effort.
Greg shares with others how he brought about this unique new relationship and is helping many to have similar results and the results are nothing short of amazing.
Even if you’re not experiencing a divorce yourself, it’s likely you know someone who is or has and this information will be very helpful to them.
To learn more visit: http://TheSelfishDivorceBook.com
Albuquerque, NM – The number one self-limiting belief on the planet is low self-esteem. If you don’t think you’re good enough or smart enough, tall or short enough, or you don’t think you fit the bill that society is looking for, it’s going to be very difficult to become successful.
Where did that story come from? What do we need to do to drop the story? How would you feel if you did?
In 1993, Dr. Jane Cundy wrote her first workshop entitled “Be Your Best Self Yet.” Today, Dr. Cundy is the founder of The Business Connection, which specializes in offering coaching and training services to private business organizations, government agencies, and individuals. As a coach, Dr. Cundy assists you in taking that next step, whether it’s personally, professionally or spiritually.
“My passion has always been to assist people in releasing the unwanted beliefs that no longer serve them and replace them with the inspiration to move forward and maximize their potential so they can become their best self yet.”
Much of Dr. Cundy’s work over the last few years, however, has been with the Native American tribes across the country. According to Dr. Cundy, the Native American community is much more about relationships than the traditional business world. Dr. Cundy says Native Americans want to learn how to teach each other; this desire is fundamental to their culture and it’s where their businesses are heading more and more.
"Native Americans wrote the book on spirituality a long time ago," says Dr. Cundy. "It is the only place where I can do a workshop and before we begin they all stand and offer a prayer. They’re very thankful for what they have and they know where it comes from. They bless the workshop, the instructor and pray they get the most out of what they’re doing."