Three Words That Describe Collaborative Divorce: Calm, Efficient, Expedient


May 26th, 2018 . Jackie Pilossoph

If you're not familiar with collaborative divorce, read this wonderful guest post that describes the process and why it might work for you! Just the title alone--doesn't that sound better than stressful litigation and decisions made without your inpu...

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8 Tips For Financial Stability After Divorce


May 24th, 2018 . Karen Covy

One of the scariest parts of getting divorced is wondering whether whether or not you will have financial stability. Sadly, when it comes to divorce and money, there are no guarantees. We all know people who have been left financially devastated by a...

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How Rewriting Your Divorce Story Can Help You Heal


April 27th, 2018 . Karen Covy

What’s your divorce story? You know – the story in your head about what happened in your divorce. Yes, I know. None of us think we have “stories” about ourselves. We have “facts,” and “the truth.” But calling what you tell you...

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The Things Girlfriends Do For Each Other During Divorce


April 15th, 2018 . Jackie Pilossoph

In this week's Love Essentially, I wrote about the power of female friendships and what women are willing to do for each other. What I found so interesting and notable was that when I posted on Facebook, asking women to comment on an incredible thing...

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He Cheated, She Feels Guilty For Leaving. Seriously?!


April 12th, 2018 . Jackie Pilossoph

Here are are the bullet points of this reader’s situation: She was married for 20 years when she found out her husband had two affairs: first he cheated with a good friend of hers, then with one of their neighbors. She forgave him and thought they ...

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