Real-Life Advice for Moms on Moving on Post Divorce With Michelle Dempsey - Multack
How do you learn to share your children with someone you no longer love, trust, or get along with?
And how do you handle other people's expectations of you and your situation in divorce?
Michelle Dempsey-Multack is a genuine girl power enthusiast. She's also a divorced, remarried mom & stepmom who is co-parenting with her daughter's father. The host of the popular Mom's Moving On podcast, Michelle, recently published her book of the same name with Simon and Schuster. Mom's Moving On is filled with empowering advice from someone who has been through it and has come out the other side.
On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, Michelle joins Katherine to discuss the biggest obstacles she faced in her own divorce and how that experience led her to start her podcast and write her book to help others facing the same challenges find answers from the experts.
Michelle says, "Put your children at the center of your decision-making, not in the middle. And I think there's a fine line between at the center and in the middle."
Listen in as Michelle shares an important tip for adopting a mindset that will lead to more powerful communication with your ex, how to adopt a divorce narrative that works for you, and more information and advice to help moms move on from divorce.
What led Michelle to her career as a divorce coach and specialist
How to frame conversations with your ex for more peace and power
How to create a divorce narrative that works for you
Where to find the emotional support you need while going through your divorce
Why it's so important to give yourself the space and permission to feel ALL THE emotions that come with your divorce
How the story you tell yourself about your divorce impact your future
How to open yourself up to your next chapter
Connect with Michelle Dempsey-Multack
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