How to Handle Finances When Going Through a Divorce

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How do you handle finances if you’re going through a divorce? Attorney Lisa Zeiderman shares important tips to protect your assets.

Lisa Zeiderman is a matrimonial attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst who handles complex financial and custody divorce matters, as well as pre- and post-nuptial agreements. 

She has been on many “best-of” peer-nominated lists in the New York metro area. She’s a founding member of the American Academy of Certified Financial Litigators, and a member of the Forbes Business Council. She has also been published in Forbes, Psychology Today, Financial Advisor Magazine, and the New York Law Journal. 

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • What are a few common mistakes people make before asking for a divorce?
  • If you suspect your spouse might be hiding income or assets, what should you look for?
  • What constitutes financial abuse?
  • Is there real value in a prenup?
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5 Steps to a Sincere Apology

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Offering a sincere apology takes humility, honesty, and the ability to request for forgiveness from someone you hurt. Use these 5 steps!

A sincere apology can repair a relationship if it’s done well. To the receiver, an apology is a powerful way to heal a fracture in the relationship. For the person who apologizes, saying I’m sorry in a way that’s sincere and well-planned can go a long way towards soothing hurt feelings. Watch this video for a 5-step plan to a sincere apology.

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5 Signs of a Fake Apology

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When someone hurts you and offers a fake apology, it can feel worse than never apologizing at all. Here are 5 signs of a fake apology.

A fake apology can feel insincere and manipulative. Many people struggle with offering a true apology. They get defensive when you tell them your feelings are hurt. They might deny that they did anything wrong, play the victim, make excuses, or shift the blame onto someone else. In this video, you’ll learn five signs that can help you spot an insincere apology – and how to apologize in a way that repairs the relationship.

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How to Survive the Holidays

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Want to know how to survive the holidays…and your dysfunctional family? Here are seven tips to help you stay sane, no matter what!

Holidays can be stressful, especially if you have a dysfunctional family. And let’s be honest, how many of us don’t?! The following seven tips will help you survive the holidays without losing your sanity, by setting healthy boundaries with yourself and others.

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Setting Personal Boundaries in Relationships

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When you’re in a relationship, it’s crucial to define and set personal boundaries – for yourself and your partner. Theresa Byrne shares the boundaries she’s set in her relationship.

We need personal boundaries to keep ourselves safe and healthy. Once we identify what they are, we can clearly communicate our needs and how we want to be treated to our partners. But we also need to understand and define boundaries with ourselves. In this video, Theresa Byrne, boundary expert and my boundary course co-leader, shares how she maintains her boundaries in her current long-term relationship.

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How to Master Difficult Feelings and Cultivate Confidence

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Dr. Joan Rosenberg believes the best way to cultivate confidence is by mastering eight difficult feelings. Learn how in this podcast episode!

Joan Rosenberg, PhD, psychologist, a bestselling author, corporate wellness consultant, and media expert who is known globally as an acclaimed speaker and trainer on communication, confidence, resilience, authenticity and grief. As a three-time TEDx speaker and member of the Association of Transformational Leaders, she has been recognized for her innovative Emotional Mastery and confidence building approach, and for her thought leadership and global influence in personal development.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • How to develop more confidence
  • Dr. Rosenberg’s definition of confidence
  • The formula for handling difficult feelings as the foundation of feeling confident
  • Why these 8 feelings / emotional states and not other ones?
  • Tips for cultivating confidence right now
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