Divorce Videos for Women
Many things happen in life that will stop you in your tracks … divorce, empty nesting, career upheaval, the death of a spouse ... all examples of life experiences that can turn you upside down. At SAS for Women we specialize in helping women navigate those times when...read more
Are you devastated, overwhelmed, or simply stuck when it comes to figuring out how to survive your divorce? Do you wonder constantly how you are going to get through it? How will you get through all the tears and scary nights, navigate the unknowns, the paperwork, the...read more
It’s totally normal to think ahead toward new love after a breakup. Who will love me again? and When will a “real” love finally grace my doorstep? are questions that can help catapult you out of your post-breakup sadness and depression. But, how soon is TOO soon to...read more
Is traditional marriage a thing of the past? Have our dreams of saying “I do” shifted into reluctant shrugs of “Meh, maybe. Someday?” Everywhere we look, the media suggests that marriage just isn’t “the thing” anymore. Yet, as far back as historic records go, marriage...read more
Deep in the throes of all the divorce craziness, you still have to function when all you really want to do is crawl into bed and hide under that soft blankie. But you have to perform at your job, take care of the kids and house, and manage the finances that are being...read more
Divorce is EXPENSIVE and time-consuming. You’ll probably be working with a lawyer to mediate the division of assets and handle court proceedings, and every minute with your lawyer is precious money flying from your pocket. A lawyer’s focus is your divorce — handling...read more
Why would you consider a divorce coach? Well, you’ve reluctantly been to see your lawyer, and honestly, even though you took copious notes, by the time you got home little of what she said made any sense. Maybe because you were choking back tears the entire time,...read more
The path to finding love again can feel dangerous, confusing, and possibly, not even possible for you. Is your brain nagging you with that negative self-talk? Do you still feel like the victim or that it’s just too late? Then again, are you misguidedly thinking that...read more
Though the US divorce rate is lower than generations past, the list of ancillary injuries for children is long and painful – from eating and weight issues to problems at school to serious personality disorders. The collateral damage can continue into future...read more
Understanding the power of being “blinded by love” can really open your eyes to why you’ve made silly decisions about a mate in the...read more
Ester Perel: Rethinking Infidelity . . . A Talk for Anyone Who Has Ever Loved. Infidelity is the ultimate betrayal. But does it have to be? Relationship therapist Esther Perel examines why people cheat, and unpacks why affairs are so traumatic. A must-watch for anyone who has ever cheated or been cheated on, or who simply wants a new framework for understanding relationships.
Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability. Brown studies vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and shame. How does your vulnerability keep you from playing and pursuing the life you deserve?
Brené Brown: Listening to Shame. Shame is an unspoken epidemic, the secret behind many forms of broken behavior and unhealthy relationships.
Liza Donnelly: Drawing on Humor for Change. New Yorker cartoonist and child of divorce, Liza Donnelly shares a portfolio of her wise and funny cartoons about modern life — and talks about how humor can empower women to change the rules.
Helen Fisher: The Brain On Love. Why do we crave love so much, even to the point we die for it? Anthropologist Helen Fisher studies gender differences and the evolution of human emotions.
Kathryn Schulz: Don’t Regret Regret. We’re taught to try to live life without regret. But why? Using her own tattoo as an example, Kathryn Schulz makes a powerful and moving case for embracing our regrets.
Tony Porter: A Call to Men. Tony Porter is an educator and activist who is internationally recognized for his effort to end violence against women.