The best way to start on your divorce recovery path to regain confidence and self-esteem is to start focusing on and get connected to the things that have value to you and fill your cup.
And it is easier than you think! In this episode, I am going to share 3 tips on how to start on your path to rebuilding your confidence and self-esteem because it isn't as hard as you think! In fact, it is easy once you start. So let's get you moving and building that muscle today!
[00:00:00] Hello everybody. And welcome to another episode of the divorced women's guide podcast. I am so excited to be here with you guys today to talk about how it is that you get to start thinking about reinventing yourself. And in that process, rebuilding your confidence. And I know that so many of us lose so much self-esteem and.
[00:00:30] It's normal. I'm here to say that it is completely normal and you are not alone. So I'm always asked the question, why do you, how am I going...
Does your morning routine set you up for the rest of your day?
It's natural to feel rushed and overwhelmed in the mornings, especially while transitioning out of relationships or going through hardship. However, you might blame that overwhelming feeling on being "busy" or not being a "morning person" might be lifted by empowering yourself to create a customized morning routine.
In this episode, I'm breaking down my morning routine and how it has positively impacted my life. We'll discuss the core components of a routine and how making a commitment to change the first few hours of your day can improve your mental and physical health.
Stop feeling scrambled in the morning
Listen to how I broke my routine into individual parts to set intentions around my time.
Learn how to embrace silence
Understand the benefits of sitting in silence and learn how the practice helps you focus on what you want most.
Set the tone for how you...
Does processing your divorce feel like you’re constantly navigating life in the dark?
Often after a divorce when we seek out ways to start the healing process, it can feel like no one understands. That feeling leaves people thinking that if there are no options out there to heal from the experience we weren’t meant to heal at all, and Elizabeth Cohen is here to help.
In this episode, author, psychologist, and community creator Elizabeth Cohen shares the lessons she learned after dealing with her own divorce from her ex-husband due to substance abuse. We discuss everything from the fear and judgment that comes with telling your story to others to flipping the script and shining the spotlight back on yourself. If you’re feeling lost and unfocused while on the road to healing from divorce, you should listen to this episode.
Learn how to recognize and correct your inner dialogue
The stories of our past derail our...
Do you feel isolated and in need of connection after divorce? You’re definitely not alone.
Choosing who we spend time with after divorce is an intentional choice that requires us to first look at what we truly want and how we want to spend our time.
In this episode, Divorced Over 40 creator Daniel Herrold shares his journey to creating a community for divorced individuals. During this conversation, we dive into the importance of connection and why so many people start dating too soon after divorce when what they’re truly looking for is a tribe.
Learn the impact of community on your emotional recovery
During this interview Daniel shares the moment he realized the importance of community and how those connections helped him do the emotional work of divorce.
Understand how the divorce process differs between women and men
Daniel discusses how men process emotional needs post-divorce and we explore how...
How do you know when you’re truly ready to start dating again?
According to dating and relationship expert Bella Gandhi's research, 48% of Americans are single and ready to mingle. That means there’s ample opportunity for finding love after divorce, but before we start swiping right there are a few things to consider.
Working through the internal issues associated with self-worth and divorce is critical for success in your next relationship. There can be a lot of fear with joining the dating world, not only with the possibilities that a new relationship can bring, but managing the responsibilities of technology and safety as well.
In this episode Bella and I discuss the important questions you should ask yourself before downloading that dating app, and how to avoid some of the common mistakes that people make when making their return to the dating scene.
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