Divorce Advice: The Blame Game


October 10th, 2017 . Jackie Pilossoph

Great divorce advice from Chicago based transition coach, Sheila Devi on playing the blame game, and how you can win by quitting it.    The Blame Game  by Sheila Devi What would it feel like to let go of the blame game that you're pl...

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Divorce Advice for Men: Be A Divorce Warrior


June 12th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

  This is an amazingly inspiring guest post which gives divorce advice for men. Are you a divorce warrior? If not, you should be!   Divorce Warriors  by Rabbi Dr. Baruch HaLevi (also known as “Rabbi B”)  ...

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The Road To Finding Inner Peace After Divorce Is Paved With Self-Awareness


January 7th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

          Finding inner peace after divorce takes a long, long time for most people. The journey is a struggle that often feels hopeless. It consists of a roller coaster of emotions along with lots of mista...

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Three Words To Keep In Mind When Dealing With An Ex


February 20th, 2015 . Jackie Pilossoph

Dealing with an ex isn't easy. Any divorced person will tell you that. So, when I started seeing posts on Cyber Dust by Ronald Atkinson Jr. on the subject of breakups, they sparked my interest. I asked Atkinson if he wanted to guest post on the subje...

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Divorce Advice: Handling "The Unsolicited Attack"


December 24th, 2014 . Jackie Pilossoph

Picture this. You are sitting at your computer working late at night. As always, you are stressed about finances, your upcoming court hearing, being single, and all the other stress factors that come with going through a divorce. All of a sudden, ...

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Mean-Spirited Comment Reveals Divorce Anger, Bitterness and Insecurity


November 12th, 2014 . Jackie Pilossoph

I wrote a blog post on Divorced Girl Smiling called “Inside the Mind of a Recently Separated 40 Something Woman,” where I talked about the perceptions and insecurities of a woman as it relates to getting older and being single again. It's a very ...

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