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Is my relationship over - Mamamia's The Split podcast begins

03 April 2019

The Split

No one enters a relationship planning separation or divorce, but with the one in three marriages ending in divorce, it’s something we need to talk about…

So how do you know if your relationship is over? Are you just going through a bad patch or is this it?

In the first episode of our separation and divorce podcast, Mandy Nolan talks you through the signs that your relationship has come to an end. She’s joined by counsellor Melissa Ferrari who will tell you the difference between a healthy relationship and an unhealthy one, and by former Lawyer Nama Winston who has been happily divorced for 10 years.

If you’re going through a separation or know someone who is, The Split is here to help…

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CREDITS:

The Split is made possible by our partners at Westpac. Visit their separation hub here:

The Split is hosted by Mandy Nolan.

With thanks to our resident therapist Melissa Ferrari

If you have a question for Nama, email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au

The Split is produced by Elissa Ratliff

Episode Two

It's Over...Now What?

Once you’ve made the decision that your relationship IS over, you need to act.

But where do you start? And what happens if you have no choice when it comes to leaving?

On the second episode of our separation and divorce podcast, Mandy Nolan speaks to family lawyer Anne-Marie Rice about the common mistakes she’s seen couples make and the benefits of using a mediator. Plus, Nicolle Edwards from domestic violence charity Rize Up speaks about what you should do if you need to leave.

If you’re going through a separation or know someone who is, The Split is here to help…

With thanks to Anne Marie Rice

And Nicolle Edwards

Breaking Up The Family 

When you've decided to separate from your partner one of the hardest things can be telling the kids.  How do you protect them while giving them all the information they need?  Is there a perfect day of the week or time of day to do it?  According to Child Psychologist Dr. Michael Carr-Gregg, there is, and he shares his tips with Mandy on how to have this difficult situation.  

Plus what is birds nesting and is it good for the family? The Split listener, Emma, answers all our questions. 

And is it really easier to separate if you don't have kids? 

If you’re going through a separation or know someone who is, The Split is here to help…

CREDITS:

The Split is made possible by our partners at Westpac. Visit their separation hub here: https://www.westpac.com.au/help/lifemoments/separation-divorce/

The Split is hosted by Mandy Nolan.

With thanks to our Michael Carr-Gregg: http://michaelcarrgregg.com/ 

and Melissa Browne: http://www.melissabrowne.com.au/ 

If you have a question for Nama, email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au

The Split is produced by Elissa Ratliff

 

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