Alternative Divorce Radio Show Episode 2
Alternative Divorce Radio Show Episode 2
Sometimes challenging, sometimes inspiring. Always authentic. A radio show for real people experiencing divorce and family breakup.
In Episode 2 of the Alternative Divorce
Radio Show, we hear from:
- Psychotherapist Caron Barruw who talks about the trauma of the divorce process itself, and what happens when children get caught up in that process.
- The Divorce Cards readings to help shift your perspective
- The Relationship DJ answers the request: “I read that even Swans get divorced….”
- Kathryn who relates how she fell into a relationship far too soon after divorce, which became abusive, and how she escaped from that situation – and what she learned from it
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As you will hear from our interviews, domestic abuse is not always obvious to the person being abused – sounds crazy, I know, but in my role as the Alternative Divorce Guide I have come across this often.
What I love about Kathryn’s interview is her ability to see beyond being a victim. The way she has moved forwards from her situation is truly inspiring.
The interveiws with Psychotherapist Caron Barruw provide a real insight into the children’s perspective on adversarial divorce, and also the wider effects on work life and the cost to employers.
Refuge & Women’s Aid: https://www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk
In the US: Domestic violence resource page which provides legal guidance to victims – https://www.injuryclaimcoach.co
Episode Two features presenters:
Psychotherapist Caron Barruw: https://alternativedivorcedirectory.co.uk/listings/caron-barruw-msclcswusa/ Caron works internationally via skype and phone.
Hear other episodes of the Alternative Divorce Radio Show at www.AlternativeDivorceRadio.com
suzyMillerCreator of Best Way To Divorce. International Divorce Divorce Strategist and TEDx Speaker.
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