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Surviving Divorce explores the five stages of anger and grief as it relates to a divorce. The five stages of divorce are: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression/Pain, Acceptance/Recovery.
It's harder to get over a divorce than the death of a loved one. Learn ways to cope with your hurt, anger and pain and discover how to come out the other side of divorce a healthy and happy person.
This is a "Must Hear" program for anyone experiencing the emotional pain of divorce. For more information, visit www.DivorceSourceRadio.com.
Dirvorces are a disaster nearly as life altering as a terror attack. Many factors challenge those going through this event. Join us as we discuss author Dr. Dan Young's book How to Cope With Divorce 7 Tips on How to Cope with a Breakup.
My name is Sherry Warschaw and I have been working as a Marriage and Family Therapist in Encino, California for over nineteen years. Many of my own life-changing experiences have led me to a specialty of Major Life Transitions and Bereavement Counseling in which I help clients mourn their losses through learning and using new coping skills that help them with depression and anxiety.
The goals in working through grief are not to avoid or bypass the emotional turmoil resulting from your loss but to work through the stages of grief and increase resiliency.
When we think of loss it is most often associated with the death of a beloved person. However, you or someone you know may be struggling with the end of a relationship, loss of health, job burnout and layoffs, aging and infirmed parents, negative beliefs about your own aging process, difficulty becoming pregnant, parenting issues, children leaving home for the first time or having to return for monetary reasons, death of a pet and several other life transitions.
Through listening well, offering compassion, support and education, it is my commitment to help you understand and accept the powerful emotions you are feeling and learn new ways of coping. You will be encouraged to restore healthful living habits such as setting a regular schedule for going to sleep and getting rest, making healthful food choices per your doctor and/or nutritionist, attending scheduled medical appointments and maintaining or creating a support system outside of therapy.
Top divorce attorneys Rebecca Zung and Chris Lombardo talk about the latest in celebrity divorces and what is really going on. From David Cassidy to Woody Allen and Captain and Tenille, Rebecca and Chris entertain as they discuss pertinent divorce issues of the day.
Two veteran divorce lawyers provide divorce help and divorce advice for overcoming fear, anger and resentment, in a humorous, entertaining and informative manner.
This week, its all about surviving! I will share my story and we will get over these situations that hold us back, one testimony at a time!
God intended for us to live fabulously, but what exactly does that mean? Let's chat about how we live now vs. the life that God intended for us to live.
I will have the super fab LaQuisha Hall on with me to talk about her new book I-Eat and the SheRose Awards! You don't want to miss this episode.
Join in on the conversation ! Dial into (914) 803-4105 or www.blogtalkradio.com/thefabway.
It's common nowadays to see people jump in and out of marriage just as quickly as they change their clothes. Divorce doesn't seem to carry any kind of stigma for them at all.
But for a Christian who gets a divorce, there is often a significant amount of guilt and even shame. Why? Because of the perceptions and expecations, whether real or imagined, that pertain to the holiness of marriage as God designed it. Some may feel that if they failed at marriage, they are ultimately seen as a failure by God. But nothing could be further from the truth.
Tune in as we chat with Divorce Recovery Mentor, Gretchen Goldsmith, debunks the myths that surround Christians and divorce. Hear her story and find out how you too can shed the guilt and shame of divorce from your own life.
Kirk Stange, of Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about the concept of having a timeout in a divorce while it is pending as parties try to reconicle. This is based on an article on an article on www.familylawheadquarters.com titled There Is No "Time Out" Button In A Divorce Case.
Stange Law Firm has offices in places such as St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County, Franklin County and Lincoln County, Missouri and St. Clair County, Madison County and Monroe County, by appointment only, in Illinois. You can contact Stange Law Firm and their Family Lawyers in Troy in Lincoln County, Missouri and Family Law Attorneys in St. Clair County, Illinois in Belleville online at 314-963-4700.
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