A Divorce Apology Letter from a Woman to Her Ex-Husband


November 17th, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

Ever thought about sitting down and writing a divorce apology letter to your ex?  I'm not saying you have to send the letter, or even show it to anyone. I'm also not saying the divorce is your fault or all your fault. But a divorce apology letter co...

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How To Spend Less Money During And After A Divorce


November 6th, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

I want to offer some advice on how to spend less money during and after a divorce. Here's reality: You and your ex are now living in separate homes, which means two rents or mortgages. All the utilities that used to be for one home are now for tw...

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Don’t Drink and Drive: Not just good advice, good DIVORCE advice!


November 1st, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

It's a phrase we've all probably heard over and over again our whole lives: Don't drink and drive. Well, I want to tell you, that phrase is particularly important to say to those getting divorced! When people are going through a divorce, especiall...

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Divorce Advice for the First Year


October 12th, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

From the minute a spouse says, “I want a divorce,” (or they say it to their spouse), life completely changes, and I'm not going to sugarcoat it, it's really really hard. Speaking from my experience, the first year is the hardest, and then things ...

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Divorced Parents Take a Trip to the ER


June 30th, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

When divorced parents interact, they typically act like this: cold, impersonal, cordial, angry and/or annoyed. At least at the beginning of the divorce. We all have to hope that as time goes by, divorced parents can be genuine friends. I want to s...

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