Unlimited Bride with Nicole Brandon and guest Shelley Whizin
Nicole’s Guest: Shelley Whizin
What She Believes
I believe we are spiritual beings having a human experience and not the other way around. It is up to us while we are alive to evolve on a healing journey, finding ways to get back to feeling the most healing emotion we have, and that is love, no matter what circumstances arise.
Today we’re talking about the long and short of relationships. We discuss helping children through the effects of a divorce, and the impact that relationships can have on financial literacy.
From Cancer and Divorce to Caring for her Mother's Lewy Body Dementia, Anita Heidema talks about her life and what led her to write the Amazon Bestselling Book, VITALITY KNOCKS. She also discusses an indepth look at Lewy Body Dementia and her foundation named in honr or her Mother.
Rejection and How To Deal with It
SUPER DEAL FOR VALENTINE
With the statistics pointing out to more than 75% of relationships ending up
with failure we will all have to experience refutation a few times during
the course of our life and one of the most difficult experiences to deal
with is indeed "rejection".
This show features an interview with Chasidy Karpiuk, a Registered Clinical Counselor sharing her research findings about divorce. The show also features some tips and advice from other experts, as well as a very touching message from a child of divorce.
This may sound like a term that represents support, but it is actually speaking to people who create lengthy relationships (“Common-law”) Support and how it is not recognized in California. Where is it recognized and what happens if this is the choice you make, but make a break after a long-term relationship? It is often referred to as"non-marital law".
In what condition is your marriage? How is your marriage doing, really? Is it a bit flat? Have you taken each other for granted enough times already? Are you married for companionship? Financial interest? Are you already so dependent on each other that there’s no room for anything else? The institution of marriage is dying: do you really care?