Brian Ronalds is an actor turned writer/producer/director and is half of “The Ronalds Brothers.” You can see Brian in the horror-comedy, Netherbeast Incorporated, directed by his brother, Dean, and in many other credits that do NOT include why he’s with us in the Toaster today.
Brian joins us as the author of a series of books designed to guide you through your marriage assuming that you don’t actually want it to end: How Not to be an A-Hole Husband and Lose Your Wife, and (among others) its partner, How Not to be an A-hole Wife and Lose your Husband.
The books present the journey of rebuilding your marriage in the form of brief parables, directives to explore over thirty days aimed to refocus on what matters between you and your spouse: the relationships itself. They come from a deeply personal place for Brian, modeling the experience he wished he’d had as he was navigating the dissolution of his own marriage.
Links & Notes
- How Not to be an A-Hole Husband and Lose Your Wife (A-Hole Series) (Volume 1) by Brian Ronalds
- How Not to be an A-Hole Wife and Lose Your Husband (A-Hole Series) (Volume 2) by Brian Ronalds
- Brian Ronalds — IMDB
What’s Next for Brian
Brian’s new narrative feature film he wrote, directed and produced – THE MASS SHOOTING MONOLOGUES – releases on VOD September 2021 and the new documentary he wrote, directed and produced, TO BE BLUNT with special guests Cheech & Chong, releases December 2021.
Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.