On this talk show, your host Emily Moynes tackles listeners burning questions with a no bullshit attitude. Never shying away from giving her honest opinion, Emily dives into hot topics with the focus being on what she knows best... Rebuilding a Kick Ass Life after two failed marriages. Soon after ending her second marriage, Emily embarked on a transformative journey that would forever change her life. She has since penned her first book, started two business’s, and hosts a weekly podcast where she offers life lessons, rebuilding a kick ass life tips, advice on raising children as a single mom to the best kept beauty secrets and home decor expertise. Emily brings real talk with real people to a whole other level. It’s time to GET REAL!
On this episode Emily discusses the very real thing that is Divorce regret.
Statistically 50% of divorced couples regret getting divorced.
Emily discloses her personal feelings on getting divorced, she divulges that every relationship can be salvaged unless the relationship is faced with the 3 A's ...Abuse, Adultery and Addiction.
One this episode, Emily candidly talks about her personal experience raising her kids as a Single mom.
She openly admits that the biggest compliment she could ever receive is that she has done a good job raising all three of her kids to become, good, kind, compassionate, productive members of society.
She refers to her children as the greatest achievement of her life and offers advice on how to raise 'GOOD" kids.
In this 2nd part of Own up and Rise Up, I conclude my interview with Christina, a self proclaimed Narcissistic abuse surviver and THRIVER!
Her determination to rebuild her Kick Ass Life is beyond inspiring!
In this 2 part episode Emily speaks to Christina about her journey to Rising up and becoming the best version of herself after hitting Rock Bottom!
Shortly after ending her relationship with her narcissistic mother, Christina hit her rock bottom. She felt alone, afraid and completely lost. It has been 4 years since she made that heart wrenching decision to cut her mother out of her life. To her surprise, she is now living her best ...
On this extremely emotional episode Emily Talks about the difficult daily struggles of being a parent to a child that has medical challenges. Whether it be mental health issues or physical disabilities, life can at times seem unbearable. The feelings of hopelessness and helplessness are overpowering. However, through sharing her personal experience, she hopes to alleviate some of the stress, worrying and constant concerns that rob ...
On this Episode Emily and her guest talk about going through a High Conflict Divorce. They discuss why it's so important to hire the right lawyer who knows how to deal with an opponent that has NPD.
They offer tips on how to best navigate the court system and how to deal with the chaos that can come with divorcing a narcissist.
They briefly touch on the Amber Heard Johnny Depp trial and give their opinion on the outcome.
Emily and her guest Annie dive into Chapter 5 'Hands Up'. In this Chapter Emily talks about her (false) arrest for domestic abuse. Together they dive into the consequences of not paying attention to your inner voice / intuition.
Drama cannot exist without your participation and ignoring the red flags will inevitably lead to drama...or sent to jail!
On this Episode Emily is once again joined by 'Jen' a favourite guest of the podcast.
Together they dive into surviving domestic abuse and why so may people leave on numerous occasions only to find themselves going back again. The break up and make up game is especially rampant in relationships where there is codependency.
On This Episode Emily opens up by talking about "The Not so Golden Years"
She describes what it's really like being 'middle aged' and the reality that is aging and what comes with getting older.
Then she dives into recapping Chapter 3, Wise up. This chapter is all about getting smarter about the people you surround yourself with and how you are fully responsible for the energy you bring into your life. Every decision you make has i...
In this episode Emily speaks with Jen, a survivor of domestic abuse. Her story is one that will leave you aghast but also a story that too many can relate to.
Jen shares guidance, tools and resources for anyone finding themselves in the same situation. Listening to Jen will give you hope, encouragement and inspiration to create the best life possible.She did exactly that, not only for herself but more importantly for her child.
On this episode Emily and her guest talk about Waking up and looking at your relationship as it really is not as how you would like it to be.
Sometimes it takes a while to wake up to reality, you want to hold onto the hope of a better tomorrow. Unfortunately, for many a better tomorrow never comes!
On this episode, Emily is joined by three friends who are incredibly amazing, resilient and courageous women. Together they dive into their experiences dealing with parents with narcissistic tendencies, living through parent's multiple divorces, tumultuous blended families and favouritism within a family.
All three women have similar stories of hardships, struggle, adversity, and more importantly victory.
In this episode, Emily gives updates on The Book Club. She hints about a new project she is working on that will allow her to be more available to her loyal followers.
Being constantly asked for guidance and advice has led her to re evaluate how she can better meet the needs of her followers and make herself more readily available to help when and where she can.
She ends this episode by addressing a followers email... How can I tel...
Emily touches on what is going on in the news. From the Canadian Truckers protest to Kim and Kanye's never ending drama to The Bachelor's declining ratings.
She also gives updates on the Book Club and when you can expect the first chapter to be discussed on the podcast.
On this episode Emily talks about Le Petite Book Club. She explains how it is going to work, from when is starts, how long it will last, who will come on each podcast and how the panel of women will be assembled.
To follow along in the discussion you can purchase a digital copy of Rising Up through Amazon or order a hard copy at www.rebuildakickasslife.com.
Each week a panel of women will come together to discuss a chapter. Foll...
In this episode Emily reads a poem by Sonny Carroll that helped change her life. So much so that she included it in her book Rising Up.
It came at a time in her life where she was at a cross roads and truly believes that it was divine intervention.
Although a topic had already been prescheduled for this episode, the influx of listeners comments, questions and sense of uncertainty compelled her to at the last minute, share this powe...
On this weeks podcast Emily and Shelley are joined by their special guest Jackie.
Jackie is the mother of a child that suffers from an eating disorder. She openly discusses and dispels a lot of the myths that surround this subject. She explains how she was able to navigate the healthcare system and get the help that her daughter needed.
Jackie offers information on resources that are widely available to anyone that may be facing a...
On this episode, Emily takes time to get caught up with listeners and answer some of the questions left by her followers.
From how to navigate blended families to how to stay connected to your kids during and after divorce.
In this episode Emily and Shelley dish on Barstool Sports Prez, Dave Portnoy and the sex allegations, The Travis Scott travesty, The Brian Laundrie Debacle and tabloid rumours.
They get real about what they really think...popular opinion or not!
Emily and Shelly get caught.
They reminisce about their infamous trip to Paris when Emily was mugged and they took her wallet... and how that wallet miraculously appeared in her mailbox back in Canada 3 weeks after the trip.
They touch on Bachelor nation, the fashion, the drama and the difficulty of going through a public break up.
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