“I Do” Podcast: Tips From Divorce To Save Your Marriage

IDo-Final300pxThe other day, I had the pleasure of speaking with Chase Kosterlitz and Sarah Byrne, hosts of the I Do Podcast, a forum aimed at inspiring young couples to create positive and happy relationships and successful marriages.

So why did they want to talk to a divorce lawyer? One benefit of seeing individuals and couples in the midst of divorce and family crisis may be finding common patterns and things to avoid. I provide my tips on how to avoid landing in my office.

Listen to the interview:

Daily Tip

Make an effort to live intentionally by reaffirming your marriage on a daily basis.

Relationship Advice Resource

Friendly Divorce Guidebook for New York: Planning, Negotiating and Filing Your Divorce by Steven Abel

Tips for Engaged Couples or Newlyweds

Couples need to make more of an effort to live in their relationship intentionally, communicate and embrace the fact that they are involved in the realtionship.

If You Could Give Only One Piece of Advice…

Set out a map or guideline for yourself at the start of the realtionship. Review the map periodically to keep each other involved in the relationship.

Have some tips of your own? Start a discussion in the comments.

2 thoughts on ““I Do” Podcast: Tips From Divorce To Save Your Marriage

  1. Reblogged this on The Divorce Artist and commented:

    Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s my interview with Chase Kosterlitz and Sarah Byrne, hosts of the I Do Podcast, a forum aimed at inspiring young couples to create positive and happy relationships and successful marriages.

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