Breaking Up & Exes

When Can I Stop Calling Myself Divorced

So you've moved on from your marriage, started the next chapter(s) of your life, but somehow this question keeps coming up; What is your marital status? Tara Thomas & Kia Handley talk about the considerations around whether to use that label, and what it means to be 'divorced'. [Includes audio & full transcript]
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Toxic Exes and Breaking Up: Managing Boundaries and Behaviour

When you find yourself with a toxic ex, it's a tricky situation to navigate. Tara Thomas and Kia Handley talk about how to maintain your own boundaries and get the best outcome for yourself. [Includes audio & full transcript]
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Never Text Your Ex at Christmas!

Don't text your ex at Christmas! Discover what does it mean to be "marleyed", and why you should never text your ex at Christmas (except in this one scenario!) Kia Handley and The Sugar Doctor talk about A Christmas Carol and the Ghost of Exes Past. [Includes audio & full transcript]
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Relationship Memories & Objects We Shared

Relationship memories can feel joyful, painful, or remind you of heartbreak. How do ‘things’ trigger memories? And what should we do with the objects we shared? Kia Handley and The Sugar Doctor discuss the Museum of Broken Relationships, and what to do with Things after a relationship has ended. [Full Transcript Below] Audio You can…
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Do Unresolvable Issues Mean Game Over?

How do you know the difference between solvable and unresolvable issues in your relationship? And does it mean that you’re incompatible and should break up? Kia Handley and The Sugar Doctor talk about how to navigate conflict when you just can’t agree. [Full Transcript Below] Audio You can listen to the show live on Monday…
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The Dos and Don’ts of Breaking Up

Audio [Original recording on ABC website here] Episode Transcript: Breakups, they suck, there isn’t enough ice cream, there isn’t enough of this chick [Celine Dion music] Who hasn’t belted this one out while they cry under the shower?  [laughing] after a breakup, [music] Sometimes there’s not even people that you can turn to for some…
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