Divorces can get ugly, but they don't have to. The Good Divorce Podcast gives people a space to tell their stories. As the tales unfold, listeners learn ways to make a marriage's end less painful.
The Good Divorce Podcast is an unscripted show. It features real people, real divorces, and real conversations. And although each divorce has its own story, the reality of this podcast makes for a relatable listen.
The host, Tom Kendrick, starts this series by discussing his experience. He recalls his own marriage and family life and how it ended in divorce. To great effect, he shares what he learned along the way. Here on the podcast, he's trying to help people set new parameters for better divorces.
The divorce rate in the US is still one of the highest in the world, and the subject often comes attached with negative connotations and shame. It's easy to see why: leaving a relationship is almost always painful to some degree. Even if, in the end, it's all for the better.
The Good Divorce Podcast has made it its mission to create a positive platform for divorce stories. Here, divorced people share what they've learned from their experiences. And despite what the title may suggest, it's not only about good divorces. Instead, it's about life lessons, self-development, and plenty of reflection. And in some cases, it's about strategizing. How can this often gut-wrenching process become more bearable for the parties involved? This podcast helps listeners navigate a difficult time and come out of it stronger.
The Good Divorce Podcast is here for anyone going through a divorce or seeking advice for others.