Episode 10: Living Through Conflict, Divorce, & Co-Parenting with Phoebe Cellitti

Welcome back to IN{HABIT} Episode 10!

Today we are having a deep and vulnerable conversation about the pain of divorce, and the often unavoidable conflicts that can arise from time to time when co-parenting. Our guest today is the lovely and insightful Phoebe Cellitti.

She is a dear kindred soul-sistah, a mother, wife, social-worker, teacher, and speaker. I am sure so many of you can relate to the stories Phoebe shares! Did something in this episode remind you of your own life? Please email me at inhabitpodcast@monicaballard.com. I would love to expand this conversation with your input, and share your stories on the show!

 

In this episode:

* The shame that arises from divorce.

* The concept that healing is not a linear process. Phoebe's experience of letting ofr of the expectations that healing and releasing grief will be a linear process.

*The upheaval of conflict even after times of peace.

* The pain of an Ex getting with a new partner, and the feelings of shame and inadequacy.

* Phoebe's pain and how it impacted her relationship with food.

* The experience of receiving positive feedback from others during a time of starvation and horrible self-care, self-loathing, and pain.

* The black and white cycle of starvation vs. complete indulgence

* Phoebe's experience of surrender, and coming to a place of being ok with the way things are. Being ok with being misunderstood, or getting the outcome she ultimately desired.

* The very real frustration of co-parenting and the feelings of being trapped and stuck.

* Sometimes the path to Radical Self-Care is choosing our battles, and choosing the path of least resistance. Listening to our intuition.

* Surrender and releasing control is NOT EASY.

* Moving into health can be a releasing of addiction to suffering and drama.

* Radical Self-Care is not indulgent. Radical Self-Care is doing the thing that is most nurturing & healthy for ourselves.

*Phoebe's wonderful advice for women going through unavoidable conflict.

* When others are telling us to "get over it", it is often about their own discomfort with our pain.


Did something in this episode remind you of your own life journey?  Do you have stories to share? Are you wondering how to apply Radical Self-Care to a specific situation or relationship in your life??  Have you gone through a painful break up or divorce? Are you co-parenting and navigating the ups, downs, and conflicts of the journey??

Please comment below or send me an email at inhabitpodcast@monicaballard.com. I would love to hear your story, or answer your questions on the show!

 

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Thank you again for being here and look for our next episode coming next Tuesday!

 

xo, monica

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