5 Podcasts to Reboot Your Confidence After a Divorce

For people going through a divorce, or who have recently been through one, it’s never too early to start thinking about the future. Divorce can signify a fresh new start filled with possibility.

How do you hit the “reset” button and regain the confidence to live a full, rich life again—or for the first time? The following five podcasts each deal with various aspects of the recovery timeline and may be helpful as you move forward.

 

  1. Surviving Divorce

Hosted by life coach G.D. Lengacher, this weekly podcast is great resource for people at the early stages of divorce. Covering a wide range of topics including grief, loneliness, finances, dealing with kids, etc., “Surviving Divorce” focuses on facilitating healing and recovery for those who are just figuring out how to cope.

  1. Divorced, Happy & Successful

Short, sweet, casual and highly positive, this podcast by W. Marc Watts releases new episodes almost daily, with tips and advice for reclaiming happiness after divorce. With most episodes clocking in at 5-10 minutes, you can easily add this podcast to your daily routine for a healthy dose of encouragement to your day.

  1. Solo Parent Life

If the prospect of becoming a single parent seems daunting to you, this podcast will definitely help. Hosted by clinical psychologist Robbin Rockett—herself a single parent—”Solo Parent Life” offers much needed support by tackling issues such as co-parenting, stress management, finances, dating and more!

  1. Breakup BOOST

Worried about re-entering the dating scene after divorce? This dynamic series offers essential relationship advice for people trying to get back into the dating saddle after a breakup.

  1. The Big Leap Show

Let’s face facts: Divorce is one of the biggest leaps into the unknown that you can take. Geared primarily for women, “The Big Leap Show” is a surefire confidence booster, offering weekly interviews with successful women who have taken great risks to pursue their dreams.

Whether you’re considering a divorce or currently in the midst of one, we’re here to help you get where you want to be.

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Written by Meghan Freed