Episode One: What Makes People Vibe?

In the first episode of the new Live with the Vibe talk show, Amie Blumberg, Jacqui Atcheson, Julianne Cantarella, and Susan Greif discuss how they found the vibe with each other, what happens when you outgrow relationships, and how you can create a good vibe in your own life.

Creating a Better Future

The Dr. Joy Show, 16.18 from Princeton Community Television on Vimeo.

Gray Divorce – Followed By: Date Coaching, Matchmaking, and Inspired Relationships.

Guests: Jacqui Atcheson, CDC Certified Divorce Coach & Julianne Canterella – The “Original” New Jersey’s Matchmaker

“The past has been written, but you can write a better future.” – Jacqui Atcheson, Certified Divorce Coach & You Have The POWER to “Totally Transform Your Love Life!” – Julianne Canterella, The “Original” New Jersey’s Match Maker and Dating Coach

Divorce Over 50

One would think that divorce among couples who are both over the age of 50, and have spent many years together, would not be as common as it is for younger couples. Unfortunately, statistics say otherwise. Click here to read the article, “Divorce Over 50: A Gray Area.”

This article comes from the Fall 2018 issue of VUE, which you can read here.

Writing A Better Future

“The past has been written, but you can write a better future”™

The Dr. Joy Show from Princeton Community Television on Vimeo.

Many people get married thinking it will last a lifetime, however in some cases DIVORCE, dissolution of marriage happens. According to PEW Research, about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. The divorce rate for subsequent marriages is even higher. FACT: there’s a 50/50 chance of a marriage ending in divorce. This number increases for each marriage. For example, 41% of first-time marriages end in divorce while 60% of second marriages end in divorce. Third marriages have a 73% chance of ending in divorce.

The Roller Coaster of Marriage, Divorce & Re-Marriage

Most people leave marriages, not because they don’t believe in the institution of marriage. Studies show they don’t go for the proper help to learn where they might have done better. Is the desire to improve and not make the same mistakes again crucial?

So, this is me:  first marriage all in: 23 years.
Second Marriage, 17 years, still amazingly strong, in fact, better than ever.

Not because we are, “oh, so in love every minute of every day”, but because we put our relationship; two individuals, a unit, a loving partnership,  as #1.

We start by keeping it fresh and have a date night every week, our special time together.  We put on our “date night clothes”. Being a wife takes on one roll, but remaining a girlfriend takes on quite another.

As women, we wear many hats for many folks that we forget the uniqueness of who we are in this relationship: as an individual; as a girlfriend; as a lover; as a partner and as a best friend. Don’t forget that you, as a couple, are the ones left together after the children leave and careers wind down.

Remain a lady, feel sexy, put on the good perfume, feel alive as a woman!