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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.

Nov 11, 2020

When we’re in the thick of a divorce, it feels nearly impossible to imagine being happy again, but we can and will be able to feel genuine joy again. 


Divorce doesn’t have to be something we just survive. It can be an opportunity for us to truly thrive and create a happier life for ourselves.


All of this may sound easier said than done, especially in the early stages of the process and during a global pandemic. It’s challenging to think of life after divorce when we’re dealing with so much, but there is hope and happiness on the horizon. 


How can we mitigate the feelings of anger, resentment, and overwhelm brought on by divorce? What can we do now to facilitate healing in the long term?


In this episode, award-winning divorce attorney and published author, Renee Bauer shares how to set ourselves up for a happier life, post-divorce. 


At the end of the day, your divorce is only a blip on the map. Every moment in our lives leads up to our full story. -Renee Bauer 


3 Things You’ll Love About This Episode 

  • How to cope with the early stages of healing:

    We have the power to cut back on some of the overwhelm of divorce. Stop trying to cope with everything at once and start celebrating smaller, more attainable milestones. This could be as simple as crying less in a day, or not at all.  

  • How keeping our kids at the center helps speed up the process of moving on:

    It’s difficult to move forward when we’re battling for custody with our ex. By actively deciding to keep our kids’ best interests at the center of our divorce, we can avoid spending any more time in the divorce process than necessary. 

  • How to remove some of the pressure:

    Not everyone will have the perfect blended family after divorce, and that’s okay. Everyone’s family is different and so are their divorces, so if we aren’t interested in or comfortable with going to gatherings with our exes, we don’t have to.


Guest Bio-

Renee Bauer is an award-winning divorce attorney and the author of Divorce in Connecticut, Percy’s Imperfectly Perfect Family and The Ultimate Guide to Solo and Small Firm Success. She is also the Founder of family law firm, Bauer Law Group. A certified Guardian Ad Litem, Attorney for the Minor Child, Collaborative Attorney and Mediator, Renee has nearly 2 decades of experience in the field and is passionate about helping women redefine their sense of peace after divorce. Regularly sought after by local and regional media outlets, podcasts, and conferences for her expertise in co-parenting, blended families, and the art of reinvention, Renee is also the CEO of Happy Even After LLC, creator of its d⋅course, and host of the podcast of the same name. 


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