The Power of Letting Go to Let Love In

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An uncommitted boyfriend and the fear of letting go kept her stuck. Jill Sherer Murray recounts her story of letting go to find lasting love.

My podcast guest, Jill Sherer Murray, is a TEDx speaker, author, award-winning journalist, and founder of Let Go For It®. In her TEDx talk, “The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go”, she helps people let go in order to have love and a better life. Her column Big Wild Love: Let Go For It® helps viewers who’ve reached out to her for advice and inspiration after seeing her talk. She’s studied improv at the famous Second City Training Center in Chicago, wrote a popular blog called “Diary of a Writer in Mid-Life Crisis” for www.wildriverreview.com, and documented her year-long journey to lose weight for Shape Magazine.

Check out highlights below for episode #313: How to Let Go to Let Love In with TEDx Speaker, Jill Sherer Murray.

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How to Move on After Divorce Without Bitterness or Regret

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Check out my interview with Laura Richardson on Last First Date Radio about how to move on after divorce…without bitterness or regret.

Laura Richardson has been a licensed attorney in Texas for thirteen years, with a primary focus on family law.

In 2015, she transitioned from Lawyer to Life Coach. Her mission is to help clients find alternative solutions to their ongoing problems with their ex that are faster, less expensive, and more satisfying than going directly to the courthouse.

As a Certified Advanced Mediator, Ms. Richardson seeks to help people who are on both sides of the table feel like they had a fair chance to participate in shaping an agreement on how they move forward.

I interviewed Laura on Last First Date Radio about how to move on after divorce…without bitterness or regret. Check out highlights of our show below.

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{VIDEO} When to Date After a Long Term Relationship Ends

long term relationshipIn this video, dating coach, Bobbi Palmer, and I reveal best practices in dating after a long term relationship ends…

Divorced? Just ended a long term relationship? I loved ‘blabbing’ about this with my good friend and colleague, Bobbi Palmer, CEO of Date Like a Grownup. We BLAB on the first Thursday of every month. I’m referring to the ‘Blab’ videos that stream live, with an audience that can chat with us while we talk. It’s fun for us, and we get to share valuable content with you.

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Better Communication for Authentic Relationships

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I am the proud host of Last First Date Radio. I’m honored to have interviewed top colleagues in the field of dating and relationships in midlife. As much as I love being a host, sometimes it’s nice to sit on the other side of the table, as a guest on other peoples’ podcasts.

Last week, I was a guest on the Better Human Show with David Rachford. I spoke with David about how to communicate better for more authentic relationships. We went deep. I revealed what inspired me to became a dating coach, my biggest fear in divorcing, and how my life has transformed since my divorce. I even talk about an ex boyfriend and what I learned from that relationship!

We covered many topics such as:

  • When to start dating after divorce
  • How to talk about feelings and needs
  • How to spot red flags in new relationships
  • Is it ever okay to ask your date about his/her ex

You can listen to the episode by clicking on this link. It will take you to the iTunes page of the show. Click ‘view in iTunes’. Then click on episode 008 to listen in.

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5 Ways to Survive – and Thrive – After a Breakup

after a breakup(This article first appeared in http://BetterAfter50.com) They say that breaking up is hard to do. It was difficult in your twenties, and it doesn’t get much easier when you’re over 50. The days and weeks after a breakup can take a toll on your mental and physical health. In extreme cases, the breakup can be physiologically similar to withdrawing from an addiction. So, yes, breakups are hard to do. But with the right tools, you can survive and even thrive after a breakup.

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