Lamont & Tonelli Talk To Nikki Debartolo & Ben Heldfond About Their New Book “Our Happy Divorce”


Nikki DeBartolo (Daughter of Eddie DeBartolo Jr.) and her ex-husband Ben Heldfond have a new book out now called “Our Happy Divorce: How Ending Our Marriage Brought Us Together.”

Click here to purchase the book through Amazon.

About their book “Our Happy Divorce”:

Nikki and Ben didn’t find their happily ever after through marriage, but that doesn’t mean that they couldn’t find it through their divorce. Our Happy Divorce tells the story of how one of the most fateful things that can happen to a relationship, ended up bringing the two closer than they ever thought possible. The former couple admit their faults, accept their strengths and prove that they’ve learned quite a lot through a very trying time.

Throughout the book, Nikki and Ben elaborate on the difficulties of their divorce experience, their individual pains and triumphs, as well as their unique approach to new relationships and blended families. With their ability to be open while maintaining a flare of humor, their story is sure to inspire others to pursue something few believe possible…a happy divorce and a new “Modern Family.”

The authors offer readers an inside look at their experience with divorce, while providing a not-so-rare glimmer of hope to other couples who might be going through the same thing, especially in the realm of complicated co-parenting. This unique, raw and very real representation of ‘making it work’ is inspiring to all audiences alike.

Listen to Lamont and Tonelli’s interview with Nikki DeBartolo and Ben Heldfond below.

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