Two Powerful Tools For Divorce Sadness, Stress and Fear


May 24th, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

Back in 2007 when I was going through my divorce and feeling immense divorce sadness, stress and fear, people didn’t talk about gratitude and meditation like they do now. Or maybe they did, and I just wasn’t listening.   But these days...

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May 21st, 2020 . Kimberly Grady

Divorce is challenging, even under the best of circumstances. It stretches the emotional limits of parents to the extreme. Emotions, stress, hurt, and fear can easily hijack parents’ solid and rational decision making. This can have unintended, dev...

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11 Questions To Ask When Hiring a Real Estate Agent During Your Divorce


May 15th, 2020 . Leslie Glazier

Several years ago, when I was going through my divorce, my heart was broken. My ending marriage felt like  the loss of a dream.  It was the most painful emotion I had ever experienced. But what made the divorce even harder was the fact that I not o...

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10 People Who Might Not Like You When You Get Divorced


May 12th, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

Don’t you feel like when you get divorced, there are two camps, and most people feel like they need to be in one? There are a few people who try to stay neutral, but then it's just awkward.   With the camps come newly formed rivalries, w...

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Second Guessing Divorce During Coronavirus? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t


May 5th, 2020 . Debbie LeSean

Second guessing divorce isn't unusual, especially at the beginning of a separation. But add in Coronavirus and I think it second guessing divorce is almost common these days. The insecurity, uncertainty and fear of COVID-19 has many people wondering ...

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