Divorced Mormon Mom podcast is for women navigating life after divorce when their lives didn’t exactly go as planned. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Molly understands the struggles many women experience including not fitting in at church, conflict with doctrine and the reality of your life, how to create a thriving family life even when it isn’t the “ideal,” and how to have healing and hope for a bright future. Molly is a Master-Certified Life Coach and Life Coach instructor with the Life Coach School. As an Amazon best-selling author of The Happy Mom Mindset, Molly specializes in happy, confident, guilt-free motherhood. This podcast is to create connection and to empower women to raise their kids with confidence and create an amazing life they love.

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An interview with Weight Loss Coach Candy Wright- Burgoyne

On this episode, Molly speaks to the challenges of emotional eating.  After divorce, it’s easy to eat to bury our emotions with food.  And if you’re nearing mid-life, your hormones are working against you double time. 

Molly interviews Candy, an expert in weight loss after 40, who speaks to the challenges of emotional eating.  Candy is an expert in relationships and also certified as a life and weight loss coach. 

You can connect with Candy on her Facebook business page at:  https://www.facebook.com/STOP-Emotional-OVER-Eating-Coaching-Weight-Loss-for-40-Something-Women-2012314112223594/ 

Molly Claire on dating after divorce

This episode features an interview with Molly Claire on the Revitalize your Relationship podcast with Erin Aquin. Molly talks about her own experience of dating after divorce and the importance of knowing what you want. She talks about the fears and insecurities that come up and how to handle them. She also talks about how much more fun dating can be when you’re older, wiser, and know what you want. Tune in and take notes!

Money Fears and Beliefs

Molly shares her own fears and beliefs around money and how it’s impacted her post-divorce journey.  Your beliefs about money directly impact how much you make and also any fears you have with money.

In this episode, Molly addresses some common thought patterns her clients have and how those impact the.  How you think about money is totally optional.  And you’re the only one who knows how you want to think about money.  Take the time to ask yourself the questions in this episode to decide if your current money beliefs are serving you or if you’d like to consider believing something new.

Interview with LDS Sex Therapist Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

In this episode, Molly explores post-divorce questions specific to members of the Mormon/LDS faith with well-known marriage and sex therapist Jennifer Finlayson-Fife. They talk about the challenges of being a faithful Mormon committed to keeping covenants, while also being an adult who has experienced a sexual relationship before. Molly asks about common concerns and questions including fears with sex, complexities of dating after divorce, and sexual compatibility. Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s answers are insightful and a great reminder about the importance of following your internal compass.

This interview touches on:

  • Dating after divorce
  • Youth guidelines vs. adult decisions
  • Self-pleasure and what research shows
  • The importance of personal development and maturity
  • Sexual compatibility

Find more about Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s courses be visiting her website: http://www.finlayson-fife.com/
And you can find a link to the research sited here: http://www.finlayson-fife.com/drjenniferfife/2015/5/30/sexuality-and-singledomnavigating-with-clarity-and-integrity


How to relieve the pressure in your life as a single mom

There’s so much pressure for women to do more and be more.  When it comes to being a single mom, you may feel extra pressure to make up the difference for your kids and their life’s circumstances.  In this episode, Molly speaks to the pressures you typically feel as a single mom and how to relieve some of those pressures.  She talks about the internal and external pressures that create so much stress for you.

She’ll cover:

  • What pressure is and where it comes from
  • How sifting through your own expectations of yourself can provide you some relief.
  • Noticing patterns of achievement that wear you out, rather than move you forward in life.
  • Letting go of trying to “make up the difference” for your kids.
  • What to do when friends or family members have judgements about how you’re living your life.