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Finding her way of living, and loving herself, alone, A Divorce Story with Laura Mazza• 37 min
Nikki Parkinson speaks to Laura Mazza, Melbourne mummy blogger Single mum, Mental Health Social worker, advice columnist for Kidspot, and self-confessed ‘Queen of the Overshare’ about her divorce story. Like so many soon-to-be newlyweds, Laura was hoping for a happy-ever-after. Her ex-husband bought a house in trendy North Melbourne, and it made sense to get married and have babies. However, Laura being the brilliant non-conformist that she is, wanted to get pregnant first, and elope second. Craving a quieter life, Laura and her family moved to the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, Victoria and found a beachside home for a quieter life. However, it wasn’t long after the big move, where Laura felt the early signs of disconnect from her husband and believed he had stopped loving her. After battling mental health and PostNatal Depression, her confidence and courage was at an all time low. Convinced that her marriage was on the rocks, Laura analysed everything. Listen in to this candid, raw, and insanely inspirational chat, where Laura shares her divorce story, openly and candidly. This episode is sponsored by The Separation Summit. If you are looking to separate in a better way, a healthier way, a smarter way, then The Separation Summit has been specifically designed for you. The Separation Summit is Australia’s first digital event that showcases the ways, days and stages to a kind separation. This 1-day summit invites global experts, legal advisors, and divorce survivors, to offer an informed, heart-felt and collaborative event. Taking the mess out of messy. Buy your ticket here. Connect with Laura on Instagram and Facebook. Join our community of like-minded people @thedivorcehub on Instagram and Facebook and LinkedIn. Executive Producer and Editor: Tiffany Richmond. You can contact Tiffany via her website and on Instagram @tiff__richmond.
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