Dealing With Divorce Anxiety By Thinking Differently


March 10th, 2024 . Jackie Pilossoph

Anxiety and divorce go together. In fact, I think anxiety and fear are two of the most prevalent emotions in divorce, and they last the longest. If you think about it, it makes sense. Between worrying about children, finances, living alone, the divor...

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The Ripple Effect of Divorce


March 8th, 2024 . Mardi Winder-Adams

As a divorce coach, I have the opportunity to walk with my clients through their divorce process. While all divorces start and end at the same points, the route between the decision to end the marriage and the finalization of the divorce is unique to...

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Why Italy is the Perfect Way to Supplement Therapy Post Divorce


March 4th, 2024 . Hannah McKitrick

Getting divorced is traumatic, which is why therapy is so common during this time. But I want to share a perfect way to supplement therapy, (if you are in therapy) and it's one word: Italy.   The women I meet who have been through a divor...

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Happy Birthday to My Dad in Heaven


March 3rd, 2024 . Jackie Pilossoph

When it comes to parents, I hit the lottery. Although no childhood is perfect, I had the gift of both a mom and a dad who were loving, caring and supportive. My dad, Zack Pilossoph, who passed away 7 years ago today, was an amazing person in business...

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Mistakes That Impact Mortgage Qualification During Divorce


March 1st, 2024 . Karla Kyte

There are almost always mistakes made, in either or both, the drafting and/or the execution of the separation agreement when it comes to complying with mortgage guidelines. This can impact your the mortgage qualification process. I would step out ...

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