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Laura Friedman Williams on Sex and Reinvention After Divorce

Laura Friedman Williams spent years in the publishing business, but it was only when her marriage broke up that she found the inspiration to write a book of her own: “Available: A Memoir of Sex & Dating After a Marriage Ends”. Laura joins us this week in the Toaster.

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Our guest on the podcast today is Laura Friedman Williams. She has spent years in the publishing business, but it was only when her marriage broke up that she found the inspiration to write a book of her own. Available: A Memoir of Sex & Dating After a Marriage Ends, is a no-holds-barred look at post-divorce rehabilitation and the experiences of a woman on a journey of invention.

“Don’t judge me,” she says, and that’s one of the central messages in the book. It’s hard to re-engage, to re-ignite after a broken heart. And as much as this book is also a book about re-igniting a broken libido, it’s also very much a book about discovering who you are after you figure out the superficial sex stuff.

This isn’t a book about sexual reinvention. It’s a book about unlocking many, many new doors after sexual rediscovery. We hope this conversation piques your interest enough to explore it on your own. You can find it wherever you buy your books. In the mean time, you can follow her writing on Medium, follow her on Twitter and Instagram, or connect with her on LinkedIn.

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.