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Rich in Relationship

By Rich Heller
Communication is a vital part of marriage, but doing it well is not as easy as some may think.
Join Rich Heller, a relationship coach, and content creator, as he weekly explores how we can better improve the way we relate with our partners.
If you want to improve the way you relate to your partner and help your relationship grow and thrive, this is the show for you.
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Do You Need A Mediator For Your Divorce? Sue Hansen Explains The Alternatives
Do you really need a mediator for your divorce? What are the pros and cons of having one against doing it yourself? Nowadays, the vast majority of individuals around the States are going through this process without lawyers, and costs may not be the only reason. Mediators seem to become the best solution to a wide variety of problems that arise during divorce, even when it comes to thinking about children. Today´s guest, Susan Hansen, co-founder of the Family Mediation Center and one of the best divorce lawyers in Milwaukee, uses her expertise to educate clients and help them create positive and private solutions outside of the courtroom. Here, she´ll share with us some of the best practices on alternative dispute resolution and family law.  Read more about how to handle your divorce here and follow us on our social media.  Youtube  Facebook Instagram
25:36
August 2, 2021
Resetting Your Emotional Buttons
Is someone saying something that gets you through the roof? Why do we have such emotional buttons? Whether you go crazy when someone criticizes you or when you get called names, you most likely have one of these triggers in your life. Maybe someone even knows you so well that they purposely use them to get us crazy when we are having a fight. The amusing thing is: it is not our fault to have them. We learned them when we were children and we drag them all throughout our lives, letting them take the reins of our actions. That is unless we do something about it. Today, Rich guides us through the way we get these triggers stuck in our brains, how to identify them, and, most importantly, how to deactivate these buttons of doom and make them work for us. Read further on how to improve the way you relate with people in our blog or at our other media. Youtube Facebook Instagram
24:03
July 26, 2021
Meditation Is The Key To Be Less Triggered - With Nandar Matari
Can meditation improve your mental health? How can you benefit from it? Nandar, a Myanmar-born meditation instructor, shares with us what she learned from the Buddhist monks that trained her and of her own experiences and spiritual journey and how we can use it to help us lead calmer, more rational lives. As humans, our brains still work as if we were in the middle of the rainforest, having to react fast in order to not get eaten by a predator. Meditation can help us re-take the rains of our mind and live better, and less affected by unnecessary stresses. If you want to learn more about Nandar and about her self-mastery courses, get to her website here. Read more about how you can improve your relationships at our blog or at our other media. Youtube Facebook Instagram
23:29
July 20, 2021
Are You Parenting With A Toxic Partner?
Is your partner a toxic parent to your child? What is toxicity in a relationship anyway? There are three types of toxic parents: alcoholic, raging, and narcissist. Get to know how to identify each type and what to do if you are living with somebody who falls into one of these (or many) categories. You´ll also find out how this kind of situation can affect your children and, most importantly, how you can help them recover and how you can recover yourself. Read more on our blog or on our other media.  Youtube Facebook Instagram
25:02
July 14, 2021
How To Find The Right Man And Keep Him With Tony Vear
How do you know when you find the right person for you? How can you be sure he won´t hurt you as others did before and that this time, he really is the ONE? Today´s guest, Tony Vear, a relationship coach shares with us the secret formula to choosing the right man, how to see who men really are and how to qualify how compatible you will be in the future. Is he a narcissist? Why does he say what he says? Is he really mature? Once you know you are with the chosen one, how can you keep a healthy relationship with him? How can you keep on being an incredible experience for this person and become an enchantress? If you want to learn more about Tony and maybe take your first step into mastering your relationship and learn how to be a better communicator, you can check his website out here.  If you´d like to read further on how you can improve your relationship, consider taking a look at our blog or at our other media. Youtube  Facebook  Instagram
25:48
July 5, 2021
Can Your Relationship Overcome Infidelity?
Is it possible to overcome infidelity in your relationship? Spoiler alert: it is. 80% of all relationships today experience some form of infidelity. We need a deeper understanding of the causes and how to deepen our sense of intimacy.  Understanding how to stop it will not only help you overcome it but also how to prevent it from happening in the first place.  If you are concerned that your marriage will become one of that 8 out of 10 marriages that experience infidelity, you´ll have to rethink your intimacy. If you´d like to read further on how you can improve your relationship, consider taking a look at our blog or at our other media. Youtube Facebook Instagram
24:34
July 1, 2021
Carrie Schultz: Men & Parental Alienation
Carrie shares both her personal experience and how she has seen parental alienation unfold in the cases she has worked on. Get the "boots on the ground" take on parental alienation and its impact on families.
24:38
June 21, 2021
The Great Marriage Lubricant: Planning
Planning is an art often minimized and even ignored in relationships. In every successful partnership, there is a "big picture" person and a "detail" person. When these two people are aligned they can move mountains. When they operate on parallel tracks, they can literally work against one another. Planning is the great stress reliever of partnerships. It aligns couples and helps them to create the life of their dreams.
22:08
June 16, 2021
Emma Viglucci: Polishing Your Relationship With Practices
All relationships require regular work and input. Emma Viglucci shares her secrets for building up relationships. Learn more about intimacy, communication, and shared interests.
33:52
June 12, 2021
Bill Donaldson: Creating Financial Safety
Bill's personal journey to helping families understand how to create financial safety. Bill talks about what led him into his work, the spiritual convictions that drive his desire to help others with their finances, and some tools to work with.
27:50
June 2, 2021
Remaining Positive When Parallel Parenting
Parallel parenting occurs when parents are out of sync regarding what is best for the children. Under these circumstances, it is vital that at least one parent stands for the well-being of the children. The alternative is for the children to become pawns in the disagreements of theparents. 
24:21
May 27, 2021
Paul Jang: Financial Certainty in Uncertain Times
Paul Jang is a pastor and Dave Ramsey Financial Coach. In this episode, we talk about how to create greater financial stability in changing times. 
10:49
May 22, 2021
Michelle Herman: How to be an Ally in your Child's Life
Michelle Herman works with youth in the LGBTQ community to help them come to terms with their feelings both with themselves and in relation to society. She is a fierce advocate for "allies" in the lives of youth, particularly within the LGBTQ community. There are lessons here for every parent who feels challenged by their children!
29:24
May 12, 2021
Emotional Challenge of Divorce in 2021
The pandemic has driven a lot of change, pressure, and slowdowns. In this episode, we cover the court slowdowns, strategies for working around them, as well as the additional emotional pressures these put on the individual. Then there is the isolation of the pandemic experience itself and the additional weight any divorcing individual will experience as a result of a weakened network of support.  We offer strategies for managing these circumstances as well.
17:01
May 5, 2021
Carrie Schultz: Men Experiencing Parental Alienation
Often we read about parental alienation from a mental health perspective. Divorce Lawyer Carrie Schultz shares her personal experience and gives us the "boots on the ground" perspective of how parental alienation occurs for men.
24:38
May 1, 2021
How Men Can Rebuild Relationships With Their Children
Why do men sometimes have a relational disadvantage with their children? Why is it that even in a stable marriage, men often feel they are not quite in the inner circle with their kids? In this episode of Rich in Relationship, we explore the "Relational" vs the "Goal Oriented" Approaches to life, how they can limit relationships, and how they can expand them.
26:26
April 22, 2021
Emma Viglucci: Five Stages of Relationship Development
Emma and Rich talk about the stages of relationship development, stopping points that can happen, and how to create a truly fruitful and joyful relationship!
19:12
April 12, 2021
Ending The Fight & Building Your Marriage
What are the elements that drive "the fight"? You know, that same old fight that never seems to be resolved and once you get started on it you can't seem to stop? Once "the fight" stops, how do you build up yourself? Your partner? Your marriage? 
18:52
April 6, 2021
Callan Blount Fleming: The New Work Life Balance
Callan & Rich talk about the misconception that work and family are separate worlds that should be kept apart and how families are discriminated against as a result.
23:55
March 29, 2021
Creating Well-Being Goals For Your Family
Well-Being is the baseline for any kind of growth in your family. You cant move forward as a family if your basic well-being needs are not being met. Learn more about well-being, set some goals, and create a solid foundation for your families well being!
21:26
March 24, 2021
Tricia Livermore: Reigniting Passion
Tricia Livermore talks about how to go from uncertainty to finding your purpose and direction in life. 
24:58
March 17, 2021
Thinking About Divorce?
So many couples are considering divorce at this time. In this episode, we talk about some of the common causes of divorce a well as considerations when entering into a divorce. This is a 10,000 foot perspective on marital disputes, dissolution, and resolution.
22:46
March 10, 2021
Jennifer McCaskill: Divore and Emotional Abuse
Emotional abuse shows up as the pervasive unrecognized destroyer of relationships and families. As an attorney who has worked with many survivors of emotional abuse Jennifer shares her experience and advice.
24:33
March 5, 2021
Family Happiness & Success Principles
Ever wonder what makes for a happy family? Does love sometimes feel like it's falling a little short?  Love is important and happiness and success are dependent on principles that reduce stress and communicate the values and principles of your family.
24:46
February 22, 2021
Michelle Sarao, Reduce Stress by Getting Organized
Positive Psychology teaches us that the lower your stress the more likely you are to be happy. Michelle Sarao helps divorcing families organize their households so that families can navigate a potentially traumatic experience as smoothly as possible.
25:30
February 17, 2021
Carrie Schultz: Conversations Men Could Have To Help with Their Relationship
Carrie Schultz the founder of Men's Rights (MR), a law firm dedicated to empowering men in the divorce process. She has heard it all and over time knows what to say and what not to say either to make the marriage work, or make the divorce smoother. Learn from the expert!
26:13
February 12, 2021
What Makes Families Work
Family, any kind of family, have four basic components in order to work. These involve family health and well being, family glue, the family "engine" and the dashboard for success.  In this episode of Rich in Relationship we explore how these components work- or don't- in familys
26:60
February 5, 2021
The Power of Mindfulness with Francis Krulak
Mindfulness and Meditation are ways that we can reset our minds when we are triggered. They are also ways that we can recover our sense of self when we have been in situations that breed "Forced Intimacy". Francis Steadman Krulak is the inventor of the Buddha booth and works in partnership with Myndset to distribute a sense of personal well-being in a time of change.  Learn more by going to http://buddhabooth.com/
24:47
January 26, 2021
What's Making and Breaking Couples in the Pandemic?
We are all experiencing "forced intimacy". Forced intimacy occurs when you feel compelled to depend on another in a way you would not choose to if you felt the circumstances would permit it and leads to fear, resentment, and even blame over time. Learn more about how what forced intimacy is and how to mitigate the impact of the circumstances of the pandemic on your life and relationship.
28:37
January 21, 2021
Divorce, Resentment & Forgiveness with Regina De Meo
While divorce may be triggered by anger, holding onto anger in the form of resentment can lead to a longer, more expensive divorce that is more painful for the children as well as everyone involved. Regina explains how forgiveness can save us time, money, and energy in the divorce process. Regina is an alumna of Georgetown University’s SFS and George Washington University Law School, who has been helping families in the DC Area for the past 22 years with family law issues.  Since 2007, she has served as an ADR facilitator for both DC Superior Court and Montgomery County Circuit Court.  She has also practiced Collaborative Divorce for over a decade and was formerly the President of the Collaborative Divorce Association in Maryland.  For two years, she hosted a tv show on MMCTV to help families tackle major issues.  In 2012, she was a legal commentator for Sirius XM, and in July 2013 she appeared on Good Morning America.  This past year, she was an adjunct professor at the GWU Family Law Clinic, and in June 2020 joined the Board of the Women Business Owners of Montgomery County. She was just recognized in the Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Lawyers Dec. 2020 issue and has previously been featured in the Washington Post, as well as Bethesda Magazine. She is frequently quoted in the media as an expert in family law, who promotes ADR in order to preserve as much family wealth and goodwill as possible. Website: reginademeo.com    Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GenXSmartie
25:43
January 13, 2021
Bullying in Our Culture, in Our Schools and in our Homes
Bullying is present in so many forms, it is a wonder only 1 in 5 kids report it. Learn how to the consequences, how to identify and treat bullying in your home and school.
29:52
January 5, 2021
Mediation, Collaborative Divorce and Litigation with Erica Hochman
Which kind of divorce is best for the family? Which kind of divorce costs less? Takes the least time? How do these forms of divorce compare? Learn about divorce options and how to choose in this episode of Rich in Relationship.
20:57
December 31, 2020
Sadness? Depression? Joy!
Joy is separate and distinct from happiness. Happiness is transitory and stress-related. Joy is an experience we can have under any circumstances! Learn the difference between sadness and depression. Get valuable tools for managing sadness and remaining in joy. 
19:25
December 22, 2020
Dating During the Pandemic with Hunt Ethridge
The pandemic has changed the way we do everything, including dating, learn more about pandemic dating with dating coach Hunt Ethridge.
24:41
December 15, 2020
Rekindling romance in A Pandemic
Relationship getting a little stale? Wish you had a little more excitement? Tired of seeing each other in your sweats? Learn how to rekindle the romance in this episode of Rich in Relationship
31:35
December 8, 2020
Chapter 2 Club With Malinee Churanakoses
A community of smart kick-ass women and virtual workshops taught by pros, coaches, therapists, lawyers, financial analysts, and more. Learn more about this new club for divorcing women that provides support and information for those in the process. https://www.chapter2club.com/
23:54
December 1, 2020
Fear is A Liar
With so much fear in the air, how can we learn to face it and manage it so that it works for us?
29:38
November 24, 2020
Dating After Divorce with Rosalind Sedacca
Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach, recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce. She is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network which provides Coaching along with valuable ebooks, programs and other helpful resources for parents who are facing, moving through or transitioning after a divorce. Rosalind also addresses tips for dating after divorce as a parent in ways that protects and supports the children you love. Learn more about Rosalind's resources at ChildCenteredDivorce.com.
25:37
November 17, 2020
Using I FORE SAW IT Method in Negotiation
SHOW LESSEvery time we want to make a change, do something new, there is a negotiation involved. Moving from "Here: to "There" involves other people, money, circumstances, interests, etc. Learn how to prepare and balance negotiation using the I FORE SAW IT method.
21:47
November 10, 2020
LEAN into Uncertainty with Jennifer Warren Medwin
Jennifer Warren Medwin, MS is a CDC Certified Divorce Coach, Supreme Court of Florida Family Mediator, and a Certified Marital Mediator. Her private practice in Pinecrest, Miami is called Seeking Empowerment: Clarity through Partnership. Jennifer specializes in working alongside individuals and couples who are contemplating divorce and with those who hope to save their marriages. She partners with clients to develop the clarity, confidence, courage, conflict management strategies, and communication skills they need in order to move through the process. Jennifer uses her knowledge of coaching and mediation to help her clients emotionally prepare for the dissolution of their marriages or the reconciliation of their relationships in the most organized, time-efficient, and productive manner. Additionally, Jennifer is a member of the National Association of Divorce Professionals (NADP) and a contributing writer for Your Tango and Thrive Global. Her approach to divorce coaching and mediation is one that provides clients with guidance and compassion through a difficult time in their lives.
24:33
November 2, 2020
The Relationship Between Intimacy & Resilience
What if resilience demands intimate relationships as a foundation/ What are the similarities between intimacy and resilience?
20:30
October 26, 2020
Carl Roberts Split Smart Parenting Solution
SplitSmart is an organizational tool for divorce. Whether amicable or contested, organization is the key to keeping expenses down and emotions in check. Organization ensures transparency and prepares couples for efficient and productive settlement conversations. If kids are involved, our goal is to help you create a future where your children can thrive in the love of both parents and you can peacefully coexist and co-parent with the other. It is easier than you might think. SplitSmart.com
21:19
October 20, 2020
Resilience, Risk Management and Creativity
With our lives turned upside down by COVID, we feel we are less in control of the risks in our lives than ever before. In this episode we talk about what is risk management and what is their relationship to creativity?
25:41
October 13, 2020
Renee Bauer: Co-Parenting during COVID
Renée strongly believes that reconfigured families can work. This is a philosophy she applies to her job in the office and her job at home as a mom and stepmom to four children. Recognizing that people need reliable information about divorce, Renée penned the book Divorce in Connecticut, which can be found in every library throughout the state. Then one day she realized that children needed a resource also to help them understand divorce and with her son’s help, she authored the children’s book, Percy’s Imperfectly Perfect Family. Renée is active in the legal community both presenting legal education seminars and regularly writing articles on family law. She is called upon by newspapers, radio shows, and even television reporters to comment on current legal topics. She frequently speaks at workshops for teenage girls on empowerment and self-worth. https://www.familylawyerct.com/our-team/renee-c-bauer/
24:52
October 5, 2020
Barriers to Resilience
As Resilience becomes a societal buzzword, it is helpful to understand what can get in the way of resilience particularly in relationships.
19:19
September 30, 2020
Carl Roberts: Split Smart & Finances
SplitSmart is an organizational tool for divorce. Whether amicable or contested, organization is the key to keeping expenses down and emotions in check. Organization ensures transparency and prepares couples for efficient and productive settlement conversations. If kids are involved, our goal is to help you create a future where your children can thrive in the love of both parents and you can peacefully coexist and co-parent with the other. It is easier than you might think. Splitsmart.com
21:31
September 23, 2020
Building A Resilient Relationship
A resilient relationship is one that can bounce back from any setback, that will respond to adversity by growing through it. In this episode, we explore what is the basis for a resilient relationship.
28:40
September 14, 2020
Raising Resilient Children
In times of stress and change, we need to be especially aware of what is going on with our children and how to build resilience in their lives so that they rise out of life's challenges stronger than before. Learn more about how to increase resilience in your child's life in this episode.
23:22
September 9, 2020
Feelings, Your Mind, & Your Body With Dr. Carmela Bennett
Carmela and Rich talk about the relationship between mind, body, and emotion and how to unlock triggers and blocks.  Dr. Carmela Bennett Bio: I blend 25 years of experience and training with psychodynamic, somatic (mind/body integration), gestalt and the expressive arts, to work with individuals, couples and families and specialize in relationships, anxiety disorders, addiction, life/career transitions, PTSD and developmental trauma. My training in somatic experiencing enables me to address trauma at its bodily source -an inside out approach that cognitive approaches can’t access. My belief in our human drive for wholeness extends to my extensive work with individuals and families impacted by addiction, a fundamental disconnect of mind, body, and spirit. This holistic approach enables me to meet clients where they are, bring the unconscious into consciousness, work with difficult emotions, and develop practical skills that enable new insights to become new ways of experiencing your internal and external life, relationships, and make career and life decisions that create the meaningful life you seek. Finding the right therapist can feel overwhelming, especially in times of crisis when you need it most. I warmly invite you to reach out by phone or email through my website and schedule a free initial consultation to explore how we might work together to help you live a life of purpose and connection with self and others. www.carmelabennett.com
24:59
September 2, 2020
Understanding Intimacy
Everybody craves intimacy but many don't fully understand how to build intimacy. In this episode, we lay out the base of intimacy so couples can begin to focus on how to deepen their relationship.
28:17
August 27, 2020
Accepting Where You Are To Get Where You Want To Be with Jenna Lessner
This week we are speaking with Health and Nutrition Coach Jenna Lessner about how whether you are talking about your body, your relationship or your divorce, It's easier to get "there" when you can at least accept yourself and "here" first.  Jenna Lessner is a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant who goes above and beyond for her clients. After her own 130-pound weight loss Jenna became passionate about nutrition and helping other individuals improve their health and longevity. Jenna focuses her work around emotional eating and body positivity coaching which allows her to help her clients get to the root of their issues with food. Many of Jenna’s clients see the positive effects of her nutrition coaching ripple out into every facet of their lives, empowering them to live their very best life. Website: https://www.simplynurtured.ca/
19:39
August 19, 2020
Thrive in Your Marriage with Julie & Greg Gorman
In this episode, we explore what it takes to Thrive in Your Marriage with Julie and Greg Gorman. About Julie & Greg Gorman: Whether scuba diving, surfing, or driving the kids to practice, Greg and Julie Gorman venture through life hand in hand, firmly believing that God holds a distinct purpose for every couple. Together they have written four books and produced multiple video-driven, small group studies. They enjoy teaching and inspiring couples all over the world how to live Purpose Focused, Not Problem Focused. They have shared the stage with many celebrity speakers such as Les Brown and John Maxwell and many more. Their fresh approach to marriage is inspiring and forward-thinking. Greg and Julie present a unique message, helping thousands of couples move from good to great. As students and practitioners of biblical leadership and human behavior, Greg and Julie hold multiple certifications from a variety of organizations including the Patterson Center, John C. Maxwell, and Personality Insights Institute. They, along with their children, make their home in southern Florida. So whether through books, video curriculum, or conference retreats, they live to share the principles they discovered to equip you to experience the life, business, and relationship you’ve always wanted. Website: https://marriedforapurpose.com/
28:30
August 10, 2020
The Relationship Between Gaslighting and Denial in Our every Day Lives
Gaslighting and Denial are intimately intertwined. After you listen to this episode, you will start to recognize that both denial and gaslighting have different depths, intensities, and variations. 
26:31
August 3, 2020
Denial, Gaslighting, and Racism
Any dynamic that occurs with individuals happens culturally and visa versa. We see gaslighting and denial in personal relationship, in company dynamics and across our culture. With the internet, we now have the large3str opportunity for gaslighting ever offered. An exploration of this principle as it applies to racism and solutions.
17:09
July 26, 2020
Separating the Material From the Emotional
Whether in marriage or divorce, many fights evolve out of co-mingling the emotional with the material. This episode explores how that happens and ways we can separate the two.
18:41
July 19, 2020
Lesley Friedland: FamilyKind Not for Profit in The Divorce Sphere
Lesley Ann Friedland, a family law attorney and mediator, is the founder and Executive Director of FamilyKind, a not-for-profit organization providing information and support to families experiencing separation and divorce. For more than two decades, Lesley served as a court attorney and referee for the NYC Family Court presiding over custody, visitation and child protective matters in all five boroughs. Lesley currently serves on the Family Court Custody and Visitation Advisory Committee, the Interdisciplinary Forum on Mental Health and Family Law, and is a member of the Family Court and Family Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association (NYCBA), the New York Women’s Bar Association (NYWBA), the New York State Council of Divorce Mediators (NYSCDM), the Family Divorce & Mediation Council of Greater New York (FDMC) and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). In 2017, Lesley was the proud recipient of NYC Bar Association’s The Kathryn A. McDonald Award for Excellence in Service to Family Court. The award, given annually, recognizes the vital services of attorneys who work in the Family Court in New York City. https://familykind.org/
22:32
July 12, 2020
Managing Change, Stress and Pain
We have all been going through pain, stress, and change, as a culture, as families, as individuals. The combined expanded social awareness with our new living inside life style is driving a desire for change. These are  some tools to help you manage your relationships as we keep on keeping on.
17:48
July 5, 2020
Dreams of a Better Culture Into Action
Despite much personal work and effort to make change within ourselves, we don't see the wider society moving as we would like. Many of us are feeling like we re living in Silos, like we are living in our own "snow globes". Looking for ways to cross-cultural lines and make a difference? This segment will give you the tools you need to make your dreams a reality. 
17:02
June 28, 2020
Karen Bigman: Separating the Emotional from the Material in Divorce
Karen Bigman started The Divorcierge (TheDivorcierge.com) to help women struggling with their lives during divorce, and those trying to build a new life afterwards. Karen partners with individuals faced with the myriad of emotions and tasks associated with divorce, acting as a guide and confidante, and consulting with them on how to navigate the emotional, financial and logistical issues. Karen’s work includes helping to manage all aspects of the divorce process from pre-divorce planning through post-divorce life. In addition to individual coaching, The Divorcierge offers online advice and products for those looking for divorce information, as well as seminars and workshops in the New York City area. She is also the host of The Dear Divorcierge Podcast, a forum for listeners to answer divorce-related questions. Karen’s background includes a B.S.B.A. from Boston University, a M.B.A. from Columbia Business School, Martha Beck Life Coach and iPEC Coach Certification (CPC®). Karen is also a CDC® Certified Divorce Coach. Her articles have been featured in the Huffington Post, Thrive Global, YourTango.com, NextTribe.com and BetterAfter50. She has also been profiled in the NY Post, Financial Times and UK’s Daily Mail and is a Contributing Writer to Divorced Girl Smiling and Worthy.com.
22:08
June 21, 2020
Driving Societal Change is An Inside Job
We can blame the police, we can blame the system, we can do the inside personal work, but unless we manifest it in how we act in the world and change the guiding principles of our institutions, the change we see will be minimal.
28:57
June 14, 2020
Judgement, Conflict & Collaboration
What  can we learn in honor of George Floyd's sacrifice? What can you say about a society where a human being can be killed in such a manner? What are the tools and challenges we all face as a society as we confront these questions?
13:05
June 7, 2020
Relationships & Finances
Money is the single thing most couples fight about.. 70% of all Americans have less than $1000. in savings. Despite this, men and women both feel they are both understanding of their financials.  Explore the reasons behind these startling facts and the road to more secure marriage and finances with Rich.
18:22
May 31, 2020
Susan Guthrie: Using Virtual Mediation to move Your Divorce Forward
Susan Guthrie, nationally recognized as one of the Top Family Law and Mediation Attorneys in the country, has been helping individuals and families navigate separation and divorce for 30 years. Susan provides online divorce mediation and legal coaching services to select clients around the world. As a leading dispute resolution professional, Susan is honored to serve on the Executive Council of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution as the Membership Officer and to be a Co-Chair of the Mediation Committee. After a year and half of co-hosting the award winning podcast, Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce Podcast  which reached almost 3 million listeners, Susan recently launched her fresh and inspiring new podcast, The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. (www.divorceandbeyondpod.com) which debuted on iTunes' “Top Podcasts” List for self-help podcasts!  Divorce & Beyond is focused on pulling back the curtain on the mysteries of the divorce process and bringing tips and resources to help people to thrive and shine in their new future beyond divorce. Susan has been featured in and on media outlets such as CNBC, Market Watch, Forbes, the ABA’s Just Resolutions Magazine, Thrive Global, The Nook Online and many more. She is licensed to practice law in the States of California and Connecticut as well as before the Supreme Court of the United States. https://learntomediateonline.com/ https://divorceinabetterway.com/
19:42
May 24, 2020
Gabrielle Hartley and the Better Apart Method
https://gabriellehartley.com/ Gabrielle Hartey, Esq., is a strong and compassionate advocate, coach and a highly skilled divorce mediator and coach. For the last 25 years, she has served couples in reaching reasonable resolutions for her cases both in person and online. She is well-known for keeping 99% of her cases at the negotiation table and out of the courtroom and for launching The Positive Divorce Movement. With extensive experience in and out of the courtroom, her agreements are arrived at swiftly and are both clear and comprehensive. She founded The Better Apart Method, authored Better Apart; The Radically Positively Way to Separate (HarperCollins 2019). She committed to keeping the toxicity and damage in her cases to a minimum. Gabrielle is the Founder of The Better Apart Method Certification.  This program is designed for divorce professionals to deliver greater value to their clients using the key teachings of The Better Apart Method.  The Better Apart Method provides tools to close cases more efficiently and to decrease stress for the professional. Better Apart is the first book of its kind to combine the life changing, healing wisdom of mindfulness, meditation and yoga with practical advice and legal wisdom to get the reader through and beyond the divorce. Better Apart features a carefully curated five step process that promotes wellness through and beyond divorce.  Better Apart was endorsed by Gwyneth Paltrow, and was named “the conscious uncoupling how-to” by People Magazine.  She has been featured throughout media channels including The New York Times, U.S. News and World Report, Vice, The New York Post, Yoga Journal,Vice  Mind Body Green, Thrive Global, The Hampshire Gazette, and The Brian Lehrer Show.  She is a regular expert guest and blogger featured NBC television (Mass Appeal) and radio as well as dozens of podcasts and blogs around the world.  Gabrielle is known for her signature talks, Becoming The Best You Ever and Self Care for Attorneys; The Better Apart Method  Each presentation is carefully curated to each audience.
24:26
May 18, 2020
Jenny Bradley: High Conflict Divorce (& Personalities)
This episode focuses a good deal mon tools and strategies for managing Narcissists. About Jenny: Let’s get this out of the way right now – I’m a jock, a nerd, and a lawyer. None of that is mutually exclusive. I have been involved in competitions great and small for most of my life. Softball, math bowl, 80’s trivia, and bicycling (in a way). I like competition. I love games. I get my fill of them . . . on my time. Like everyone who plays any game, I like to win. Like anyone who plays any game, I don’t like losing. Competition is great, in the proper venue. Family Law is emphatically not the proper venue. Family law is about resolving, fixing, healing, being reasonable, and moving on. I’ve dedicated my practice to helping people move on – I work with clients in family law matters that include premarital agreements, domestic partnership agreements, separation and property settlement agreements, qualified domestic relations orders, and litigation involving property division, alimony, child support and child custody. I am an active listener and a problem-solver. I understand the financial and emotional vulnerabilities of my clients and use my experience with mediation to resolve many disputes without going inside a courtroom. My goal in any family law dispute is to make it as worry-free as I can for my client. We will work together as a team to move toward the best resolution possible for your situation, and we will do this as quickly, efficiently and as economically as we can, with your help. I am the step-mother to a teenager. I personally know the struggles of blended families and how challenging on-going custody and financial issues can be. In addition to my personal experiences, I have more than twenty years of family law experience. I have seen a lot and dealt with an array of family issues. I understand what you are going through. I work well with many other family law attorneys in the community, which will save you time and money. It is common for me to call other attorneys and offer to go to their turf and see what we can do to problem solve for our clients, what we can do to help our clients and what we should suggest that our clients do to help reduce the drama and stress that can sometimes come with a family law disagreement. When I’m not helping clients take things off their plate and shouldering some of the stress for them, you can find me in all kinds of places, like the softball diamond, the local bookstore, on my bicycle, in my home gym, building my Fix This Next company, traveling, and, yes, still kicking butt in 80’s trivia contests. www.trianglesmartdivorce.com
28:05
May 11, 2020
Ken Cloke on Conflict
Kenneth Cloke is Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution and a mediator, arbitrator, facilitator, coach, consultant and trainer, specializing in communication, negotiation, and resolving complex multi-party disputes, including marital, divorce, family, community, grievance and workplace disputes, collective bargaining negotiations, organizational and school conflicts, sexual harassment, discrimination, and public policy disputes; and designing preventative conflict resolution systems. His facilitation, coaching, consulting, and training practice includes work with leaders of public, private and non-profit organizations on effective communications, dialogue, collaborative negotiation, relationship and team building, conflict resolution, leadership development, strategic planning, designing systems, and organizational change. He is an internationally recognized speaker and author of Mediation:  Revenge and the Magic of Forgiveness; Mediating Dangerously: The Frontiers of Conflict Resolution; The Crossroads of Conflict: A Journey into the Heart of Dispute Resolution; Conflict Revolution (1s and-2nd Editions); and The Dance of Opposites: Explorations in Mediation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution Systems Design; Politics, Dialogue and the Evolution of Democracy; Words of Wisdom; and co-author with Joan Goldsmith of Thank God It’s Monday! 14 Values We Need to Humanize the Way We Work; Resolving Personal and Organizational Conflict; The End of Management and the Rise of Organizational Democracy; The Art of Waking People Up: Cultivating Awareness and Authenticity at Work; and Resolving Conflicts At Work: Ten Strategies For Everyone On The Job (1st-3rd Editions). His university teaching includes mediation, law, history, political science, conflict studies, urban studies, and other topics at several colleges and universities.  He is or has recently been an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law; Southern Methodist University; USC, Global Negotiation Insight Institute at Harvard Law School and Omega Institute; Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Cape Cod Institute; University of Amsterdam ADR Institute; Saybrook University; Massey University (New Zealand).  He has done conflict resolution work in Armenia, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, Denmark, England, Georgia, Greece, India, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, USSR, and Zimbabwe.  He is founder and first President of Mediators Beyond Borders. He served as an Administrative Law Judge for the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board and the Public Employment Relations Board, a Factfinder for the Public Employment Relations Board, and a Judge Pro Tem for the Superior Court of Los Angeles.  He has been an Arbitrator and Mediator for over forty years in labor management disputes, and is a member of a number of arbitration panels. He received his B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley; J.D. from U.C. Berkeley’s Boalt Law School; Ph.D. from U.C.L.A.; LLM from U.C.L.A. Law School; and did post-doctoral work at Yale University School of Law.  He is a graduate of the National Judicial College and has taken graduate level courses in a variety of subjects.
30:38
May 4, 2020
Stacy Francis, Financial Knowledge IS Empowerment
Stacy Francis is the President and CEO of Francis Financial, Inc., a fee-only boutique Wealth Management, Financial Planning and Divorce Financial Planning firm dedicated to providing ongoing comprehensive advice for successful individuals, couples, and women in transition such as divorce or widowhood. Stacy has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. She attended the New York University Center for Finance, Law, and Taxation, where she completed the Certified Financial PlannerTM (CFP®) designation. Stacy is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®) as well as a Certified Estate and Trust Specialist (CESTM). Stacy has mastered specialized training in the financial issues of divorce and is the Director of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP) Greater New York Metro Chapter. Stacy is the founder of Savvy LadiesTM, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and empowering women to take control of their finances. Savvy Ladies has helped over 15,000 women through free one- on-one financial counseling, workshops, and retreats. Stacy also gives back as a board member of FamilyKind, a nonprofit organization offering NYC divorce services to adults and children experiencing separation or divorce. She is a nationally-recognized financial expert being one of twenty of the nation’s leading wealth managers on CNBC’s Digital Financial Advisor Council, a member of the Forbes Finance Council as well as an expert contributor for The Wall Street Journal. Stacy’s expertise is highlighted in over 200 media publications, articles, bylined pieces, and quotes. Stacy is the host of Financially Ever After, a podcast focusing on women, money, and divorce. She is also the author of the white paper, Unveiling the Unspoken Truth: The Financial Challenges Women Face During and After Divorce. Stacy has received numerous industry awards, among them, Investopedia 100 Top Financial Advisors, Investment News Women to Watch, Financial Planning Association’s Heart of Financial Planning Award, Financial Planning Magazine's Pro Bono Award and the NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation’s first Pro Bono Award. She was also listed as a national Money Hero by CNN Money Magazine, one of the Top Wealth Advisor Moms by Working Mother Magazine and one of the best Financial Advisors for women by the Women’s Choice Award. The firm has been named one of the Top 10 Best Financial Advisors in New York for 4 years in a row. https://francisfinancial.com/ https://www.savvyladies.org/
21:34
April 27, 2020
Jennifer Bradley and Divorce during COVID 19
Jennifer Bradley Bio: Let’s get this out of the way right now – I’m a jock, a nerd, and a lawyer. None of that is mutually exclusive. I have been involved in competitions great and small for most of my life. Softball, math bowl, 80’s trivia, and bicycling (in a way). I like competition. I love games. I get my fill of them . . . on my time. Like everyone who plays any game, I like to win. Like anyone who plays any game, I don’t like losing. Competition is great, in the proper venue. Family Law is emphatically not the proper venue. Family law is about resolving, fixing, healing, being reasonable, and moving on. I’ve dedicated my practice to helping people move on – I work with clients in family law matters that include premarital agreements, domestic partnership agreements, separation and property settlement agreements, qualified domestic relations orders, and litigation involving property division, alimony, child support and child custody. I am an active listener and a problem-solver. I understand the financial and emotional vulnerabilities of my clients and use my experience with mediation to resolve many disputes without going inside a courtroom. My goal in any family law dispute is to make it as worry-free as I can for my client. We will work together as a team to move toward the best resolution possible for your situation, and we will do this as quickly, efficiently and as economically as we can, with your help. I am the step-mother to a teenager. I personally know the struggles of blended families and how challenging on-going custody and financial issues can be. In addition to my personal experiences, I have more than twenty years of family law experience. I have seen a lot and dealt with an array of family issues. I understand what you are going through. I work well with many other family law attorneys in the community, which will save you time and money. It is common for me to call other attorneys and offer to go to their turf and see what we can do to problem solve for our clients, what we can do to help our clients and what we should suggest that our clients do to help reduce the drama and stress that can sometimes come with a family law disagreement. When I’m not helping clients take things off their plate and shouldering some of the stress for them, you can find me in all kinds of places, like the softball diamond, the local bookstore, on my bicycle, in my home gym, building my Fix This Next company, traveling, and, yes, still kicking butt in 80’s trivia contests. www.trianglesmartdivorce.com FB:  @Trianglesmartdivorce
22:23
April 20, 2020
Divorce Wisdom With Katherine Miller
Katherine is the founder of Miller Law.  Katherine Eisold Miller is a Collaborative Lawyer and mediator with more than 30 years’ experience. She is the founder of The Miller Law Group, a director and trainer at the Center for Understanding in Conflict and also teaches mediation at the Ackerman Institute. Katherine is a past president of the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals. Katherine hosts the radio show and podcast Dialogue on Divorce on WVOX radio and iTunes. Katherine is co-author of the #1 Amazon bestseller A Cup of Coffee with 10 of the Top Divorce Attorneys in the United States and author of the New Yorker’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce.
21:26
April 13, 2020
Loving Others with Jimmy Allen
Jimmy Allen is a love and relationship coach certified in Calling in "The One " System of relationship coaching. Super passionate about his work! Check him out: https://www.jimmyallencoaching.com/home Bio: I am originally from Miami Florida. I moved to New York to be an actor and years later Coaching found me. I recently had the privilege of studying with Katherine Woodard Thomas who is the author of the New York Times bestselling Calling in the “One”. When I discovered her coaching program, I knew instantaneously that this was what I was meant to do. After completing the book Calling in the “One” book myself in 2017, my own love life shifted dramatically. I discovered how and why I was choosing men who were emotionally unavailable and ashamed of who they were as a man. When I tackled the source of that issue, my life changed. I feel in love with myself and what I had to offer. I discovered that my capacity to love was vast. I started to become the “one” for myself and for the man I meet shortly while reading the book. As a Love and Relationship Coach, my purpose, my mission, is to disrupt people’s patterns in love so they can get out of the way of what’s in the way of them having a juicy love life. Juicy Love babe.
23:01
April 6, 2020
Forgiveness with Professor Everett Worthington
Professor Worthington has done studies on Forgiveness and created the scientifically validated REACH system.  For more information regarding his work and for the exercise itself go to http://www.evworthington-forgiveness.com/ Everett Worthington, Ph.D., is Commonwealth Professor Emeritus working from the Department of Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. He holds a Faculty Affiliate appointment at the Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University (Human Flourishing Program, Harvard University). He continues to be active in research and speaking around the world. He is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Virginia. He has published over 40 books and over 475 articles and scholarly chapters, mostly on forgiveness, humility positive psychology, marriage, and family topics and religion and spirituality. He also has developed the REACH Forgiveness model (see www.EvWorthington-forgiveness.com ) being tested currently in a global grant- funded randomized controlled trials in 6 countries, and he has developed other positive psychological interventions.
31:07
March 16, 2020