Podcasts to Listen to Before, During, and After Divorce
Going through the break-up of a marriage or relationship can take us down a dark path and leave us feeling lost, alone, and scared. But in reality, we’re anything but alone. In fact, in 2020, 630,000 couples divorced in the United States alone, so we’re in excellent company.
Feel less alone with podcasts about divorce
Feeling connected to and getting perspective from others who have gone through similar issues can be essential to our mental health, well-being, and feelings of isolation during these challenging times.
While most of us rely on the support of friends and family during the break-up of a relationship, there is only so much support they can provide. As we navigate a divorce or break-up, getting some perspective and advice from professionals can offer us hope and expertise.
Numerous podcasts focusing on divorce and relationships are available to help us feel connected and supported. Today’s wealth of podcasts offers knowledgeable advice in an easy-to-digest and entertaining format and leaves us feeling less scared and alone.
Our favorite podcasts for divorced people
Whether you’re in the middle of a divorce or navigating your post-divorce life, these podcasts can be worth a listen.
Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle is a blog and podcast developed by Worthy that supports women post-divorce. It’s hosted by divorce mediator and certified divorce financial analyst Mandy Walker, who guides listeners through interviews with experts on dating, parenting, finances, careers, wellness, and more.
This common-sense podcast hosted by podcaster, life coach, and author GD Lengacher, who represents himself as “simply a guy who’s been through divorce and wants to help others not only survive but thrive after their divorce.”
One of the latest offerings in the podcast arena is stylist-turned-reality star Carolyn Stanbury’s Divorced Not Dead podcast. Carolyn’s unique take on divorce is an unapologetically wild ride designed to “change societal taboos and get into those conversations we simply haven’t been having but need to be.”
Hosted by certified divorce coach India Kern, The Divorce Recovery Podcast focuses on divorce as a transition and deals with the many emotional pitfalls that divorce presents. She believes that people can go from married to “happily divorced.”
Canadian divorce lawyers Rob Woodward and Darren Schmidt recognize that most people just want their divorce to be behind them so they can get on with living. They take the mystique out of the legal process so you can understand it without ”losing your mind or your money.” Their down-to-earth style simplifies the process so you can feel knowledgeable and more in control of your divorce process.
Divorce Goddess Podcast is hosted by divorce coach, mindfulness teacher, Reiki master, and Kindness for Conflict® creator Tosh Britten. She interviews an array of guests and experts who offer supportive tips for those navigating divorce. Her work focuses on emotional and mental well-being and taking an integrated approach to all of life’s challenges.
Divorce Conversations for Women is hosted by Rhonda Noordyk, a certified divorce financial analyst, women’s financial advocate, and owner of Women’s Financial Wellness Center, LLC. She interviews guests who discuss everything from contemplating divorce to grappling with your own mindset about money.
Katy Daly is a relationship counselor and co-founder of the legal tech start-up amicable. Her own divorce led her to develop amicable and launch her podcast, where she interviews experts and guests offering advice from post-divorce finances to co-parenting.
Our favorite podcasts for people going through a break-up
You may not be going through a divorce, but navigating a relationship break-up – or even pondering one – can be equally overwhelming. Here are a couple podcasts we recommend for people who are in the middle of a break-up or are considering one.
Certified divorce coach Kate Anthony hosts Your Divorce Survival Guide Podcast. She helps her clients and listeners answer some of their most pressing questions, including what she considers the most important one: Should they stay in their unhappy and toxic relationship, or is it time to leave?
Doing Relationships Right is hosted by dating coach and relationship expert Jennifer Hurvitz. It is designed for anyone currently in a relationship, ending a relationship, or just wanting to know more about navigating the relationship process. She interviews a variety of experts regarding sex, dating after divorce, finance, co-parenting, or any of the other topics that affect a happy or unhappy relationship. Need More Help?
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