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Happy 1st Annversary to The Divorced Dad Diaries!!
It's so incredible, it's already been a year...
In this episode, I look back at what we have achieved, how awesome you all are to be there with me, and what will be coming up next!
Also, be sure to listen to the episode and stay tuned for some birthday goodies for you, without who this would have never been possible...!
Stay safe! :)
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving to all!
In this episode, I talk about the good things about separation and divorce (and yes, there are!) and all I am thankful for in my life.
Through all the pain and negativity, what are you thankful for?
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In this episode, I talk about the differences and some stereotypes that exists when we talk about divorced men and women.
Are men still from Mars and women from Venus?
Please feel free to leave me some comments about this episode and any other ones at TheDivorcedDadDiaries@gmail.com
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Stay safe and take care!
In this episode, I have the immense pleasure to have my son as a guest! As opposed to his sister, he has been staying with me full time, and he talks about how it is, the challenges, stereotypes and also the good parts to it!
Please feel free to reach out to me or him at TheDivorcedDadDiaries@gmail.com
Stay safe and enjoy!
In this episode, I have the pleasure to talk to Peter Maestrey, host of the new podcast Divorce - The First Six Months.
Peter is a divorced man with no children who believes that within every loss we have the ability to gain.
Peter was kind enough to come on the show to have a chat and also share his story as a divorced man, and how his journey made him a better person after all.
You can also listen to his podcast and listen to his guests at: www.DivorceTheFirstSix.com
For any questions, please feel free to email me at TheDivorcedDadDiaries@gmail.com
and please visit my website at www.TheDivorcedDadDiaries.com
In this episode, I finally talk about a very common and often very hot topic - Money. How to manage it, how to spend it, how to save some... It's all about what I have learned and wish I had known!
Thank you and hope you enjoy!
This week, on The Divorced Dad Diaries, I have a very special guest who accepted to join me and discuss relationships for men and dads after a divorce.
Angela S Walker is a Relationship Designer and Certified Coach with over 10yrs of experience. She has dedicated her life to helping singles and couples design relationship strategies that are comprehensive and customized for their specific relationship needs.
The personal obstacles she has overcome makes assisting others on their relationship journey very rewarding. After a 14 year marriage that failed due to infidelity, verbal and emotional abuse as well as the pressure of raising a disabled child, Angela had to go on an emergency self discovery journey to rediscover who she really is.
With her approach of “Barring My Scars to Help Others Heal” She has provoked others to reclaim their love for one another through effective communication tips and techniques.
She has also created coaching services that are more affordable to those who need a relationship coach, but could never really afford one.
For more information: https://linktr.ee/angelawalker
And if you're interested in Angela's Master Class on Divorced Men and Dating:
People deal and cope differently with stress, anxiety and loneliness. It is never easy, and it can take a lot of time and effort to go through those difficult times and come out on top.
In this episode, I talk about what helped me go through some tough times, and get to the light at the end of the tunnel!
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Going through a divorce is never easy, and we sometime wonder how our kids feel through this.
I had the chance to interview a very special guest, very dear to my heart, who helped me understand how they felt through the process, and also agreed to share her story with us.
If anyone out there needs to talk or want to reach out or just talk, feel free to reach me (or my daughter) at TheDivorcedDadDiaries@gmail.com