Tune into the Smart Divorce on Divorce Source Radio to hear this very informative Podcast with Judge Michele Lowrance.
Positive. Life-enhancing. Enlightening. Compassionate. These words are seldom associated with divorce. Words that typically come to mind are: Painful. Agonizing. Resentful. Bitter. Our guest, domestic relations judge and best-selling author Judge Michele Lowrance enlightens listeners on how people can attain a positive outlook, achieve forgiveness, and move on with a mended soul. Judge Lowrance has learned that there’s a better way to handle divorce. So she came up with a plan to turn the negatives of divorce into positives. She explains the program in her book, The Good Karma Divorce: Avoid Litigation, Turn Negative Emotions into Positive Actions, and Get On with the Rest of Your Life.
Topics in this Podcast include:
- On court: An understanding what the court system can and cannot do – it can’t rescue you, but perhaps it can encourage forgiveness.
- On children: Ordinary parenting is not enough; parents need to adopt wisdom building skills for heroic parenting. Justice Lowrance asks: “What is more important for you to be right, or for your children to be happy?”
- On forgiveness: In the beginning, you won’t be ready to forgive. At this stage it is fine to let your emotions steep and give them room to breathe. Treat them like a flu that has to run its course. There is a necessary gestation period between anger and forgiveness.
- Creating your soul searching party: developing your Personal Manifesto
- The crucial things you have to know about having the “divorce conversation” with your soon to be former partner.
Click on the link to hear Judge Michele Lowrance explain what a good Karma Divorce is
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