google-site-verification=chhsolWsW6xIrdApI31shtebQTh65H0DYzReja6Y0JU Self-Care and Personal Development for the Divorced - The Dating After Divorce Survival Guide

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One Push-Up, One Sit-Up, One Pull-Up

The story picks up where we left off at the end of Season One. It's January 1, 2017 and Eric begins to come into his own as a single man. He has a high-visibility job and he realizes he has more time on his hands than he's had in over a decade. What he does with both become the key factors that determine his year and the rest of his life.

In this episode he addresses:

  • being a divorced dad
  • living an expectation-free life
  • what it means to be a leader
  • self-care and health and wellness

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Listen to You Are Worthy: A Guided Meditation at epayne.me/worthy This meditation is available free of charge until April, 13, 2020.

Download your Free 60 Minutes of Self-Care worksheet pack, please visit epayne.me/self-care It makes a great companion to the above meditation.

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About the Podcast

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The Dating After Divorce Survival Guide
The Dating After Divorce Survival Guide is a biweekly, serial podcast that thoughtfully and often hilariously narrates the journey of a man in his forties navigating the challenges of starting over in life and love after divorce.

About your host

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Eric Payne

I got divorced in 2015 then wandered around in the aftermath as a lost, emotional mess. Men have feelings too! I created The Dating After Divorce Survival Guide to provide a path to emotional well-being that I never received and to tell the truth — men are just as scared as women (maybe more) when it comes to rejection and failing at love. But like me, if you're willing to dig deep, work hard on yourself, and not play the blame game you can turn divorce into a springboard to discover yourself, discover joy, and maybe find love again or maybe for the first time.

I'm Chicago-born, New York City-bred, and currently residing in Atlanta. A marketing and advertising guy most of my adult life, a writer since the second grade, and a storyteller since before even then, I've published two books of poetry, a parenting book, and the groundbreaking fatherhood and marriage blog, MakesMeWannaHoller.com. I have no problem laughing at myself and sharing the lessons my failures have taught me. I believe in superheroes, practice gratitude every chance I get, and annoy my kids by being a super-loving father.