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Family Law Group Chair Leanne Townsend is the proud host of Divorcing Well, a podcast focused on sharing legal and other helpful information for those who are going through separation and divorce, and The Dish on Divorce, a YouTube show where she chats all things divorce with Mediator Jennifer Barkin.

Here’s what you might have missed from the past month:

Divorcing Well Podcast

Nutrition & Healthy Gut Tips To Help You Maintain Your Health Through Divorce With Bonnie Wisenerike

In this week’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne chatted with Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Bonnie Wisener, about how nutrition and gut health are important components to your self-care as you handle the stress of divorce.  Bonnie provided insight on the connection between stress and gut health, and she provided some great advice on how to manage your self-care through healthy eating and nutrition.  The stress of divorce can really adversely affect our health, so Bonnie provided some great tips on how to ensure that you take care of yourself during this challenging time. 

Healing After Narcissistic Abuse With Bonnie Duarte

In this week’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne chatted with Divorce Healing Specialist, Bonnie Duarte, about healing after narcissistic abuse.  The wounds from a narcissist cut deep and take a lot of work to heal from.  Bonnie discussed tips and strategies to help you heal from this horrible type of abuse.  If your ex is a narcissist, you won’t want to miss this episode.

Tips For Navigating The High Conflict Divorce With Ayesha Hussain

In this week’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne chatted with fellow family lawyer, Ayesha Hussain, about how to navigate a high conflict divorce.  These types of divorces present their own unique challenges, and Ayesha provided some great advice on how clients and their lawyers should best approach high conflict.  Ayesha described strategies for getting what you want, how to de-escalate things, how high conflict divorces impact the children caught in the middle, and much more.  If you are involved in a high conflict divorce, you won’t want to miss this episode.

Financial Independence with Millen Livis

In this week’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne chatted with Millen Livis who is a financial coach as well as a speaker, author and CEO of Dare to Change Life.  We discussed the importance of financial planning and understanding money.  So many people are financially devastated by divorce and Millen provided advice on how to rebuild and the steps you can take to protect yourself.  This is such an important topic, you won’t want to miss this episode.

Introspection, Divorce and Maintaining Your Ability to Love With Juan Lee

In this week’s episode of Divorcing Well, Leanne chatted with Juan Lee, an author and teacher of the powerful tool of introspection and the philosophy of love. Juan discussed the importance of maintaining an attitude of love towards others even when you are going through challenges like divorce where the other party may have wronged you. Juan focuses on helping others achieve inner peace and contentment, and focuses on building a life with a positive, loving mindset. In this highly divisive world where so many dwell on our differences, Juan brings people together by finding commonalities. This interview is very inspirational and you won’t want to miss it.

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