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Episode #15 Finding Joy After Divorce

with guest Dr. Pamela Larde

Dawn Taylor welcomes Dr. Pamela Larde - professor, author, coach, and host of The Joy Whisperer podcast - to the show to talk about finding joy, especially after divorce. Dr. Pamela shares her own personal experiences that led to the insights in her book.

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Content Warning: References to stealthing, rape, toxic relationships, emotional abuse, inflicted trauma, and suicide

 

Dawn Taylor welcomes Dr. Pamela Larde - professor, author, coach, and host of The Joy Whisperer podcast - to the show to talk about finding joy, especially after divorce. Dr. Pamela shares her own personal experiences that led to the insights in her book.

 

Dr. Pamela came through a tumultuous past that included toxic relationships and struggles being both a single mother and in an unsupportive marriage before she finally got divorced. She tells her story and explains how she found joy after her divorce, despite the hardships she had yet to face in reclaiming her life.  

 

Dawn and Dr. Pamela discuss exactly what joy is and how it differs from happiness. They break down why celebrating joy in your life is so important, how Dr. Pamela views joy as a life strategy, three tangible ways to find joy from Dr. Pamela’s book, and ways to curate the relationships and circumstances of your life to benefit you. Through some traumatic situations, Dr. Pamela has emerged strong, knowledgeable, and full of insight into finding and maintaining joy.  

 

About Dr. Pamela Larde:

Dr. Pamela Larde, President of Tandem Light Press and Academy of Creative Coaching, is a professor, coach, award-winning author, and business owner. She founded Tandem Light Press with a heart to amplify the voices of the often unheard who have compelling stories and wisdom to impart. Tandem Light Press has grown into a company committed to publishing award-winning books written for women and by women. 

 

Dr. Pamela holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, a master’s degree in College Student Affairs from Azusa Pacific University, and a Ph.D. in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service from Cardinal Stritch University. As a certified coach, Dr. Pamela is the founder of the Academy of Creative Coaching and Director of Education for the Institute of Coaching, a McLean/Harvard affiliate. She is a certified coach and received training in suicide prevention, motivational interviewing, and substance abuse counseling.

Strongly committed to education and research, Dr. Pamela is an Associate Professor of Leadership for Anderson University’s PhD Leadership Program. Her research focuses on race and gender dynamics, self-motivation, joy resilience, and posttraumatic growth. Additionally, she has written three books, has contributed chapters to scholarly publications, and presents her research extensively for national and international audiences.

 

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

 

 

Helplines:

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Canada): 1-800-273-8255

  • Talk Suicide Canada

  • 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (USA): 988 or chat

Dr. Pamela Larde - professor, coach, award-winning author, business owner: academy of creative coaching | tandem light press | linkedin | the joy whisperer podcast

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