In Life After Divorce, Don’t Play Small


January 23rd, 2019 . Jackie Pilossoph

Does life after divorce and a lack of confidence have you playing small?  by Shannon McGorry   "There is no passion to be found playing small - in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living." - Nelson Mandela T...

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What Exactly Is Happily Ever After, After Divorce?


January 17th, 2018 . Jackie Pilossoph

I write so many articles for people going through a divorce; newly separated men and women who are just trying to navigate the process and get the best outcome possible. Their thought process is usually (and understandably) short-term—just trying t...

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One Word That Will Lead You To Finding Peace After Divorce


November 8th, 2017 . Jackie Pilossoph

Ask someone why he or she got divorced, and typically you'll get one of these kinds of answers: My husband left me. My wife cheated. My husband’s an asshole. My wife’s a bitch. We grew apart. We were really unhappy. We neve...

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Why Your Divorce Might Be Directly Linked To Your Childhood


June 20th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

Things become so much more clear after the dust settles, right? When reflecting on your divorce, you might want to examine why you chose to be in a relationship that didn't work. This will help you choose the right person in future relationships. Tha...

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Is Aiming for Happily Ever After Unrealistic?


April 27th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

Happily ever after is pretty much how every romantic comedy movie or chick lit novel ever made or written ends. This includes the 2001 Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey movie, "The Wedding Planner," which happened to be playing last weekend at t...

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