Obsession. The crazy Ex. Unhealthy relationships. They’re wild and fun and insane and dangerous.

We’ve all had those experiences where the chemistry is off the charts. It the match is soooooooooo wrong.

This is a podcast series from The LOS Angeles Times about the topic. 5 episodes worth listening to.

https://www.latimes.com/brandpublishing/entertainmentplus/obsession/podcast-page-story.html

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This episode of the Men’s Family Law show I share about what to do if you’re dating a foreign national and have a child together. Act quickly to make sure you don’t lose your rights. And check yourself to make sure you don’t lose your nuts – hey it’s national Testicular Cancer Awareness Month so go play with yourself in the shower, after you’ve checked out www.testicularcancerawarenessmonth.com for information and education.

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Listened to this episode of the Order of Man. Love it. Gotta get this guy on the podcast!

We all have money issues and our relationship to it. As a former finance guy Ryan has some great insights into how to help us become more balanced in our view of what moneys is, does and what it can do for us.

Ryan Michler is a no bs type of dude. If you are not aware of him, You should be.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/order-of-man-protect-provide-preside/id979752171?mt=2&i=1000433720291

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In this episode David Pisarra tells the tale of a case of the Lyin’ Diva, and how he proved she was committing perjury which led to a termination of his client’s having to pay alimony to her.

He goes over the California Family Code Section 4320 factors that used by courts to determine what spousal support should be, for how long and how to end it.

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In this episode of the Men’s Family Law Podcast, we discuss Suicide, Depression, Divorce and Child Custody, and the toll all of that takes on a man. It’s a deadly mix. We lose 20-25 veterans a day to suicide, and more than that in men who are drinking or drugging themselves to death and it’s not called suicide.

The emotional pain a man suffers when going through a divorce or not seeing his children is tremendous and they frequently lack the resources to deal well with it. Friends have been abandoned when a “new love” came along. All of “her friends” became his social network, and when the breakup happened, they went with her.

Sally Spencer Thomas, Psy.D. lost a brother to suicide and it became a life’s mission for her to prevent as many deaths as possible. She helped found the Carson J. Spencer Foundation and craft their MENTHERAPY program to help men deal with their suicidal thoughts, depression and find a better way.

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Wednesday Book Review For You!

Published on 18 May 2017 by in blog, Podcasts

Los Angeles family law attorney David Pisarra reviews the book, “A Family’s Heartbreak” by Mike Jeffries.

 

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I’ve been telling men for years to “get clipped” or “tie a knot in it” if they’re going to have an active sex life with a woman of child bearing years. In this episode I speak with Dr. Martin Bastuba, the San Diego Vasectomy and Vasectomy reversal surgeon. He is nationally recognized as an expert and this show tells men exactly what to expect in the procedure and recovery times.

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This week David Pisarra is speaking with Hal Rogness from Cryo Choice a private sperm bank on why men should bank some sperm, what it costs and how the process works.

It’s one part of a two step process to a worry free sex life, the second part is coming up next week!

We’ve arranged for a discount code of $50 per sample if you use the PROMO code PODCAST at Cryo Choice.

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This week I read a couple of essays on fathers and fatherhood that I wrote, and interview Alan-Michael Graves from Project Fatherhood at Children’s Institute on his upcoming fatherhood conference.

 

Alan-Michael Graves is the Director of Project Fatherhood at Children’s Institute in Los Angeles.

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Today’s show is about suicide and suicide prevention tactics for men going through a divorce. It’s the 10th leading cause of death in America, Men are 3.5 times more likely to die by suicide than women. White males were 70% of the suicides in 2014. Worst of all, it is preventable. We can help each other, and that’s why I’m taking on this topic today.

Here’s a list of hotlines if you’re in crisis and are considering suicide or have developed a suicide plan.

www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org – Call 24/7 1-800-273-8255

www.veteranscrisisline.net Veterans Crisis Line – 800-273-8255 Press 1

www.afsp.org – American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

My guest today is Michael Volpe, his book Bullied to Death: Chris Mackney’s Kafkaesque Divorce puts forth the story of how the abuse of the legal process created a divorce nightmare by a vengeful ex-wife, a remorseless father-in-law and lawyers, psychologists and judges drove one man to kill himself. His book is available here at Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Bullied-Death-Mackneys-Kafkaesque-Divorce-ebook/dp/B0149ERBBI

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