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What if your divorce was actually a gift? The Divorced Women’s Guide podcast aims to change the conversation around divorce, helping women (and men) start the new best chapter in their lives. After all, divorce can be more than a transition phase, it can be an empowering experience. And through the conversations on the podcast you’ll come away with a new perspective, so you can turn your divorce into the best gift you’ve ever been given.

May 31, 2022

It wasn’t until my divorce that I allowed myself to feel the spirituality that was in me.

How did it surface? On the night I found out about my husband’s affair, something punched my gut – telling me, “Wake up, Wendy!”

And that’s how I knew that I had it in me the whole time – the awareness, the...

May 24, 2022

Divorce sucks no matter how you cut it.

But there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.

Take it from best friends Jessica Klingbaum and T.H. Irwin.

Marrying and getting divorced around the same time, they supported each other through the process and vowed to help other women going through the same journey.

Tune in to...

May 17, 2022

Contrary to popular belief, divorce doesn’t necessarily have a negative impact on our lives.

I teach my clients to understand how stepping out of a relationship that no longer serves us helps us regain control of what we truly want.

I’m here to share with you four positive effects of divorce that I’ve experienced...

May 10, 2022

Genuine girl power enthusiast, speaker, and author Michelle Dempsey knows how difficult divorce is for mothers with young kids.

Her struggle in finding resources motivated her to write and launch a podcast, aiming to guide other women in defeating the challenges of divorce and moving forward into becoming their best...

May 3, 2022

What if I told you there’s a world out there where pain doesn’t paralyze, and instead, awakens?

Catching your spouse cheating, struggling to decide on getting a divorce, and finally doing it… it’s all excruciatingly painful.

But have you ever paused to think, “Is this trying to tell me something?”

I hope...