8 of the best divorce podcasts to listen to

APRIL 20, 2022

When you’re going through a separation or divorce, it can feel like you’re in the deep end. You’re trying to stay afloat, but you can feel really isolated and lonely. You’re totally out of your comfort zone and you just don’t know how to start moving in the right direction. 

You might have loved ones you can turn to for support – and that’s wonderful – but for some things you just need the helping hand of an expert. Things like how to make co-parenting work, what the divorce process is really like or how to manage your new financial situation.

It’s a whole new world. 

Thankfully, there are a bunch of podcasts that can help you find your way. With a holistic approach in mind, we’ve compiled a list of the best divorce podcasts to listen to. So, if you’re feeling like you’re out at sea, this is a good place to start. 

Divorce Podcasts

1. Divorced not dead

Taking back her agency as a divorced woman in the media spotlight, Caroline Stanbury, shares taboo stories and advice from her separation experience.

Recently divorced at the age of 44, Caroline is here to let you know that not only is there life after divorce – it can be your best one yet! Though this podcast isn’t Australian, Caroline’s candid insights into relationship dynamics and breakdowns are universal and we love her honesty!

2. The divorce course podcast

If all the separation jargon (from finances to the legal process) feels like it’s going over your head, then might we suggest listening to the delightful mother-daughter duo from The Divorce Course podcast instead. 

Lyn Gavlin, a family lawyer of 35 years, breaks down the financial separation and divorce process, while her daughter translates everything into layman’s terms. 

It really is like sitting down for a cuppa with a close friend, while also walking away with a ton of actionable information that has you feeling confident and prepared for what’s ahead. 

Finance Podcasts

1. She’s on the money

Hosted by Victoria Devine, She’s on the money is the easy to understand money podcast aimed at millennial women. But, we’ll be honest, no matter what your demographic, Victoria’s money tips are extremely helpful. 

Not only do we recommend the podcast for helpful financial information, but you can also enrol in her masterclass and learn all about budgeting and money management. If you’re itching for some financial freedom, this is where to start.

2. The pineapple project

If the idea of getting money-savvy sends you into a stress spiral, fear not. The Pineapple Project is a light hearted, comedic approach to getting money-smart. 

The podcast takes listeners on a journey around Australia, talking to experts and tackling the basic finance topics every Aussie is too embarrassed (or unsure of) to talk about.

3. The Australian finance podcast

The most advanced of our finance podcast recommendations, The Australian Finance Podcast is all about property, taxes and investing. So if your financial situation feels a little trickier than others, this may be the podcast for you.

Personal finance experts, Owen & Kate, break down complex topics so you can get ahead of your money woes and create goals you can reach. 

Parenting Podcasts

1. The high conflict co-parenting podcast

This podcast was made for parents who are in a difficult and stressful co-parenting situation and need tools, insights and strategies to cope.

The High Conflict Co-Parenting Podcast is a deep-dive into not only managing conflict, but understanding the psychology behind parenting and childhood. 

Co-parenting with a combative or unengaged parent is extremely difficult (and common). It’s a spot so many of our clients find themselves. So, while you may feel alone in your experience, having a resource to refer to for tangible and actionable tips may make your situation feel more manageable, and give you a few ‘uh-huh!’ moments along the way.

2. The aware parenting podcast 

If you’re seeking to understand your children on a developmental level, then we’d highly recommend giving The Aware Parenting Podcast a listen. Hosted by the calming and enjoyable tones of Lael Stone and Marion Rose Ph.D, the pair unpack childhood attachments, connections and family dynamics. 

Armed with knowledge, this podcast allows parents to have a deeper understanding of themselves and their children, so they can have a greater awareness of their parenting styles and learn to be better listeners.

3. Co-parenting with confidence 

Aimed at mums who are experiencing co-parenting circumstances that are filled with frustration and lingering negativity, Co-parenting with Confidence is a podcast that teaches you how to approach co-parenting from a lens of empathy, understanding and expertise. 

Certified Life and Conscious Parenting Coach, Mikki Gardner, gives actionable steps and strategies to help guide you through the toughest of co-parenting situations. This is a must-listen for anyone wanting to find their way to co-parenting!

When you’re ready here a few things we can help you with…

You can book in a FREE 30 minute Clarity Call to discuss your situation and get answers to the issues causing you the most stress right now.

You can download our How to Survive the First 90 Days After Separation Guide which is jam-packed with easy, actionable steps you can take in the early days of your separation as you start to uncover and plan how you want to move forward.

You can connect with us on Instagram and Facebook where we share heaps of tips, tools and strategies to support you on your separation journey.


This article is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or any other professional advice.

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