Because of her passion, Jodi Seidler has been profiled on hundreds of Web sites and dozens of publications, including: Single Parents Magazine, Child Magazine, USA Today, The LA Times and The Milwaukee Journal; She’s carried the Making Lemonade message to her own radio show, as well as national radio and TV talk shows, such as: “Inside Edition”, “Men are From Mars, Women are from Venus”, “Berman and Berman: For Women Only”, UPN, Channel 13 News, “The Other Half”, “From Inspiration to Realization”, CBS Evening News, KCAL News, and The New York Times. Jodi Seidler knows how to help the newly single get beyond divorce and date as a single parent.
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Jodi Seidler knows how to help the newly single get beyond divorce and date as a single parent.
She’s the founder of the leading single parent information site MakingLemonade.com and the author of 55 Things Every Divorcing Mom Should Know!
Jodi not only has extensive experience writing, speaking and coaching single parents but is also extensively experienced in online dating with many sites. In fact, she was recently chosen to shoot a commercial for e-harmony.com.
Jodi’s “rants” and articles have been profiled on hundreds of websites and publications, including: Single Parents Magazine, Child Magazine, USA Today, The LA Times, and The Milwaukee Journal; she has been crowned an expert in the field of single parenting and in the art of reinvention.
Overcome the Fear of Marriage
With divorce rates being what they are and people living well into their 70s, 80s, and 90s, tying the knot might seem more intimidating than ever. However, by understanding what marriage entails and clarifying your expectations, you can overcome your nuptial-phobia and make an informed decision on whether or not to get married.
Is the grass ever greener?
We’ve all done it…like a kid in a candy store. Post divorce or break-up or just experimenting with the law of attraction — we sometimes over-fill our “dance cards’, especially when we have been out of the dating picture for a while.
How many is TOO many..how much date juggling can one do before they can find their own balance (like riding a bicycle). Everyone is different, but the bottom line is everyone is hopefully looking for “the one”… However, what about those who always contemplate the grass-is-always-greener mentality, what if one particular person is never enough. Those with a three page checklist, always looking for a better, younger, richer, prettier, more handsome model.
When do you cry UNCLE and let someone really grow on and with you? Why do we change partners before the dance even ends?
What is YOUR INTIMACY INDEX formula? In other words, take the age you are right now AND divide it by the average amount of time you’ve spent with someone else. A good gauge for availability perhaps?
What do YOU think? DO TELL!