Discovering Courage Podcast: Patricia Brooks and I Talk Divorce, Disney & Big Girl Pants

A few weeks ago, I sat down with Patricia Brooks, host of the Discovering Courage Podcast.

Spoiler alert: we had a great convo.

Discovering Courage tells inspiring stories from old souls who have learned what it takes to go beyond the bounds of what feels comfortable and safe so that they can live their authenticity, fulfill their purpose and experience the lives they were meant to live.

In this episode together, we talk about pivotal moments in my life that have brought me to where I am today. Think divorce (psst…you can catch up on my story here), a super-amazing Disney quote, and ways to own your sh*t.

If you’re familiar with my story, you know that I’ve learned a lot about shifting the blame from others and owning my sh*t, instead. Patricia and I discuss the tried-and-true process I’ve learned over the years that has helped me continue my journey into more fulfilling relationships (hint: your body does a lot of the talkin’). Don’t worry, it’s easier than you think!

Listen to the full episode here and let me know what you think in the comments below.

Happy listening!

P.S. In case you weren’t aware, divorce sucks.

When you un-do the I-do, things can get messy. And painful. And awful. But, there’s also a very bright light at the end of this tunnel—a light that can only be revealed after you’ve worked through some of the sh*t that often comes with divorce.
The truth? You CAN get to the other side of this. And you can count on me to walk with you, guide you, and show you the path of least resistance. Click here to schedule a low-key, no-pressure, no-commitment phone call to to see if I’m a good fit for you and to answer any questions you might have.

Lisa Panos

Lisa Panos is a Certified Life Coach and Author who helps people stop struggling and start thriving in their personal and professional relationships. Trained by Dr. Martha Beck (aka, Oprah’s Life Coach), Lisa helps her clients create new, healthy relationships, mend those that are broken, or say goodbye to ones that no longer serve them. She combines highly effective coaching tactics with an explosive arsenal of personal experience that swiftly moves people out of dysfunction and into a place of deep inner strength.

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