Do You Have a Fear of Vulnerability? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t

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July 5th, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

When someone goes through a divorce or a long term relationship breakup, one of the many hard things about it is the feeling of insecurity because you are losing someone to whom you showed incredible vulnerability. Which...might cause you to have a f...

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Advice for Divorced Woman who Writes: I’m Alone On My Birthday

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June 29th, 2020 . Debbie LeSean

From a divorced woman seeking advice: My birthday is coming up and this is the first time I am alone on my birthday, in a new city with no close friends. Any idea on how I can celebrate on my own? First off, Happy Birthday! The older I get, the mo...

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Going Through A Divorce? 21 Things You Shouldn’t Give a F*** About

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June 26th, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

While I was going through a divorce several years ago, life felt like a rollercoaster for awhile. At the beginning, when I was first separated, most days seemed like the sky was falling. Between my young  kids, attorney's fees, financial concerns, f...

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Divorcing After 30 Years: I Wanted to Be With Him and He Said No

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June 23rd, 2020 . Amy Lee Kite

From a reader: Decided today we are divorcing after 30 years. He is living in Florida, I'm in Illinois. I wanted to move to Florida to be with him and he said no. Feeling horrible.  I am sorry to hear that you are feeling horrible, but if you com...

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Confronting A Cheater: 3 Different Reactions You Could Get

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June 20th, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

 I can’t even imagine how difficult it would be confronting a cheater. “Um, honey…(in that walking on eggshell tone), can I talk to you?” Brutal!   Unfortunately, I have heard countless stories from both men and women who have con...

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