Divorce Advice: The Blame GameBy Jackie Pilossoph

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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…..

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Beware Of Certain People During Your DivorceBy Jackie Pilossoph


This is a guest post from life coach and author, Jeff Brandt, who describes some of the people you might be encountering during your divorce, how they might react, and…..

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Power Moves For Getting Over Your DivorceBy Jackie Pilossoph

      This is a great guest post by author, speaker and life coach, Jeff Brandt. Brandt, who realized several years ago that he wasn’t over his own divorce…..

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Advice for guy who got “woozy” after finding out the ex-wife is datingBy Jackie Pilossoph

      For many divorced men, finding out the ex-wife is dating can be extremely difficult. With feelings that range from shock, anger, bitterness, jealousy, anxiety, and or sadness,…..

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Coping With Divorce: Just Admit It, Your Marriage SuckedBy Jackie Pilossoph

      This is a great post for those having a hard time coping with divorce: Why is it that human nature causes us to forget a lot of…..

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How To Start Healing After DivorceBy Jackie Pilossoph

    Great guest post by Dr. Baruch Halevi on something needed to start healing after divorce: Stop Being Fine & Start Being Real by Dr. Baruch Halevi Here is the…..

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Getting Divorced? Maybe It’s Time To SurrenderBy Jackie Pilossoph

      Getting Divorced? Kick Back. Relax. It’s Time For A Surrender Party by Dr. Baruch Halevi I am a control freak. I admit it. It’s painful. It’s even a…..

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Divorce Advice For: “Drowning In My Sorrows”By Jackie Pilossoph

    Read this reader’s email below, followed by my divorce advice: I’m not entirely sure what to say other than the fact that I’m pretty much drowning in my…..

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The Best Divorce Advice You Could Ask For!By Jackie Pilossoph

      I wish I could take credit for the divorce advice below. While I completely agree, this advice was offered by a reader to another reader, who commented…..

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Experiencing True Gratitude Means Getting Rid of “It Could Always Be Worse” AttitudeBy Jackie Pilossoph

        I hate when people say, “It could always be worse.” Like we should be grateful our horrible situation is what it is and not worse. For…..

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