Surprise! Surprise! King of the One Liners, Barry Weisenberg, returns to share with us. Today Barry has found happiness with The Very Best Woman Ever (we’ll refer to her as The Girlfriend from this point forward). They met on Match.com. The girlfriend, now divorced, had been married for 20 years with two children. Both she and Barry knew on their first date that it felt right. Barry was single after a ten-year relationship, which gave him a son. Barry shares custody with his ex. Now that relationship is behind him, has finally found THE ONE. They are immensely happy with one another. The Girlfriend has updated his look, cooks for him, and can do his comedy if needed. She enjoys seeing him perform. What could be better than that for a comic? The Girlfriend even likes his son and enjoys spending time with him. Sounds like everything is right for the two of you. It’s better than winning at Bingo! Sorry, Barry, even this blogger can be funny. I do wish you both the best. Each week Mom-nonymous shares her thoughts on the episode. Mom-nonymous is a wife, mom, and listener of Life Lafter Divorce Podcast. She’s been married for over 50 years, has never been divorced, and would like
Episode 099: Finally, A Very Happy Ending with special guests Barry Weisenberg and The Girlfriend Barry Weisenberg, Comedian, King of the One-Liners, and winner of Las Vegas Comedy Festival 2006 returns to LLD podcast! This time he brings his girlfriend and we hear about why their relationship works. How they handle comedy, co-parenting, and compliments. It may take some of longer than others to find a great relationship, but they do exist. Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/barry.weisenberg Instagram: @barryweisenberg Full Transcript: Leanne: 00:05 Welcome to Life Lafter Divorce episode 99. I am your host Leanne Linsky The Boyfriend: 00:10 and I’m the boyfriend. Leanne: 00:11 Welcome back to another wonderful week of The Boyfriend: 00:18 Divorce. I had ya there. Leanne: 00:18 Yeah you did. Hey, while you’re out there tuning in, make sure you rate, review and subscribe. Give us some feedback and also check out the website at lifelafterdivorce.com. I think we’ve sold out about everything in the store, so you’re probably not gonna find anything left, so I hope you found something for your loved ones for the holidays. But Hey, what we do still have his life coaching sessions and that’s a fantastic way to start the year off right. So when you book
Episode 097: Reduce Holiday Stress for Your Kids with special guest Alan Plevy Holidays are all about kids and family. Reduce your stress and plan ahead! Alan Plevy shares some extremely helpful tips to make this holiday season easier. Alan is a co-founding principal and family law attorney at SmolenPlevy in suburban Washington, DC. With almost 40 years of experience, Alan is regularly named a ‘Top Lawyer’ by Washingtonian magazine. He is known for being a tenacious litigator and negotiator who is zealously devoted to his clients. Links:Website: https://smolenplevy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SmolenPlevy/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/smolenplevy Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SmolenPlevy Full Transcript: Leanne: 00:05 Welcome to Life Lafter Divorce episode 97. I am your host Leanne Linsky. The Boyfriend: 00:10 And I’m The Boyfriend. Leanne: 00:11 Welcome back to another wonderful week of divorce. Hey, while you’re out there tuning in make sure you rate, review and subscribe, why? Because we want to hear it from you and hey, while you’re at it, check out the website at lifelafterdivorce.com. We have a whole online store which is perfect for your holiday shopping. Why not get something for yourself? Treat yourself to some self care products like really nice high quality soaps and candles The Boyfriend: 00:39 Get some peppermint candles around the tub. Put you in the
Episode 094: Divorce Attorney’s Helpful Holiday Guide with special guest Caroline Krauss-Browne Divorce attorney Caroline Krauss Browne had so much information to share with us today. She specializes in family law. She stated that social media has eroded us from reality in so many ways. I loved hearing her thoughts and advice where children are involved especially during the holidays. Divorce is especially hard at this time. Preparing for divorce and getting one’s papers and documents in order takes lots of time and good organization. When you need, help ask for guidance from your attorney that is why you hire one. They will navigate you through the process and you will have a smoother transition. Don’t stay in a mediocre marriage for the sake of the children unless you are sure you both can agree on making it work. Each week Mom-nonymous shares her thoughts on the episode. Mom-nonymous is a wife, mom, and listener of Life Lafter Divorce Podcast. She’s been married for over 50 years, has never been divorced, and would like to remain anonymous.
Episode 086: When a divorced family is all you know with special guest Gianmarco Soresi I found a real insight to children of divorce with Gianmarco Soresi. His parents divorced when he was one week old. He endured years of going back and forth between them. His Dad has various girlfriends while Gianmarco was growing up. He’d be kinda nice as kids warm up. On holidays and birthdays Gianmarco always got extra presents. His Mom remarried right after the divorce. As a matter of fact, she married his Dad’s lawyer. His stepfather was strict compared to his Dad who.had the party house. His parents set up a schedule for him throughout the years. There was always a place to be. While attending college Gianmarco dated the same girl all four years with an an agreement that after graduation they would part ways. However they did still date and collaborated on writing a play together. The play was about relationships. Gianmarco wanted to perform it with her, but she moved on and married another guy. Gianmarco continues his dream and cast the play with someone else and his ex is having a baby. He’s performed the play and received rave reviews — and continues to do so. Today Gianmarco does comedy and dates. He’s
Episode 76: Divorce Diaries with special guest Michele Traina Meet Michele Traina a stand up comic, actor, writer and creator of Divorce Diaries Show which she has performed at Caroline’s on Broadway in NYC. Michele was performing right out of college and met her husband in between gigs. She went to grad school and got a masters in education. After she was married she wasn’t feeling fulfilled. They were married for five years and she felt she tried her best. She had her daughter in 2012 and was divorce in 2015. She wasn’t happy and wanted to be fair as possible and end it before it went down the path of cheating and lying. She wanted to be on the up and up of it all. She finally feels back to her old self. She has a theater company, does stand up, and created the Divorce Diaries show. 16:51 Michele and her husband were living together after a year and were engaged after two years. She laughs because it was her idea for him to propose to her. Her ex-husband was her first real relationship which she realizes added to the problem. Michele really wanted to get married and mentioned it to him. He proposed
Episode 003: Stuck in the Middle (of her parent’s divorce) with special guest Abby Deely Our parents experience doesn’t necessarily determine our own, but they most certainly have an impact. Comedian Abby Deely gives us her perspective on her parents tug-o-war breakup. Abby performs at clubs and colleges in the New Jersey and New York area and will be a featured performer in Escaping Trump’s America; a collection of liberal minded comics at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2017. Full Transcript: Leanne & The BF: 00:09 Hey, welcome to life after divorce, episode three. We are here. I am Leanne Linsky And boyfriend. Yes you are, Mr. for so happy to be here today. We have lots of good stuff to talk about. So what are we talking about this week? This week we are going to talk about. Well obviously divorce, but I was thinking about this. I’ve been married and divorced twice and yet my parents had been married for about 55 years. Fifty five years. Isn’t that incredible? The Boyfriend: 00:46 It is because they got my parents be. Oh, bought about eight or nine years. My parents have been married for 48, 47 years. Leanne: 00:56 That’s longer than we’ve