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Laurie & Laurie celebrate the 100th podcast of DivorcingDaze. You already have what you need to listen, right on your computer. Just click on the PLAY button.Play Now Leave a review on iTunes Write soon: chat@divorcingdaze.com.

 

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Laurie's new neighbors are fit and trim, and they wave to her from their gym. Its a new twist on Rear Window. And speaking of new friends, do you de-friend after a breakup? Running into X's X, Valentine's Day approaches, and the promise of Spring is in the air as the days get just a little longer. DD 99 is here, and it is better than flowers. You already have what you need to listen, right on your computer. Just click on the PLAY button.Play Now
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Due to overwhelming criticism, I mean, suggestions, we have searched for the male point of view to feature on DivorcingDaze. Laurie interviews Joel Schwartzberg, author of The 40-Year-Old-Version: Humoirs of a Divorced Dad. Enjoy the view from the other side.

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Happy New Year from DivorcingDaze! Laurie and Laurie wish you the very best, even as they differ on such topics as resolutions, planning, list-making, sex in a king-sized bed and Derek Jeter. Step up to the plate and take a swing at DivorcingDaze 2010.
Oh, and we have another song from singer-songwriter Liz Fodor, this one called Duck Duck Love

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You say tomato, I say to-mah-to… You say giblet (hard ‘g’), I say giblet (soft ‘g’) -- let’s call the whole thing off.
And we did call the whole thing off, after I read X’s blackberry seven years ago.
I knew, in an instant, my perception of my marriage was all wrong. How did I get it so WRONG?
What comes first? Perception or reality? Which begets which? And what wins in the end? Is there an end?
Boy, this can get tiring.
So I can sleep at night, I work on my perception. The new bra, the new face cream, Target’s (soft ‘g’) groovy magnifying reading glasses, now a necessity to read the New York Times, unwittingly mask the dark circles under my eyes. A solution for my vanity and vision. A two for one deal! I look better. I feel better. I see.
For a moment.
Then I realize I’m the generic “blonde divorced woman” dropping off the kids at school, interchangeable with one or more of the others in the blur of the schoolyard.
Does the blur hurt? Or does it feel comfortable. I’m not alone.
My kids are still young enough to perceive me as great. And beautiful. But I’m still relegated to the servants’ quarters in their crayoned dream house. Everyone knows this is motherhood's reality, not perception.
Do other peoples’ perceptions shortchange me, make me less than I want to be or thought I was? Does it challenge me to look better, act differently and therefore become someone I am not?
We are constantly updating ourselves, and constantly revised and altered by others.
But in the end, or even in the middle, there is one big bowl of chicken soup for the soul. Also, in this edition of DivorcingDaze, singer-songwriter Liz Fodor's Never Say Goodbye in an Email

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Can you separate yourself from your family? What are the consequences? Keeping your distance may be useful on one level, but may result in unforeseen, even hurtful circumstances you hadn't counted on. Also, the neighbors move in with three dogs, the Lauries appreciate the luxury of lounge wear and spot some squirrels squabbling. Is there divorce in the urban animal kingdom? And Laurie1 gets a message in a bottle. Happy Birthday Laurie2!

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We were hoping the shameless headline would heat up your Moo Goo Gai Pan, because once you walk in the door at DivorcingDaze this week, you won't be hungry for hours later. The Lauries serve up a spicy menu of saucy selections this week. Laurie tangles with the cops, and Laurie 2 suggests that Letterman's not the only one cooking with a colleague. How about you? Ever slept with a co-worker?

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Mercury is in retrograde, some say. Joey the cat is not feeling well, and everything is breaking. Laurie2 breaks bread with new guy, the Lauries agree that Juliana Margulies is hot, and one listener is sleepless in Singapore. Now stop texting and listen.

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Summer is over and Laurie and Laurie are back. A houseguest from hell, garter belt mysteries, a new cat named Fellini, bigger kids, and the divorce business is better than ever.


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Self-checkout is a good idea in most cases. Before you leave home, in front of the mirror, a quiet moment of contemplation...but at IKEA, not so much. Laurie & Laurie once again give you a reason to click. Check out this summer drink of DivorcingDaze.
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