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Is Your Heart Open to Receiving or Recovering Love?

Is Your Heart Open to Receiving or Recovering Love?

For many in the world, February is a month to celebrate love, from hopeful new beginnings to anniversaries of love that has stood the test of time.  And yet, there are those who have loved so fiercely and lost so deeply, that February is nothing more than a painful reminder of what once was. If you’ve lost a loved one,…read more →

Stop Complaining and Start Celebrating Love

Guest contributor Jackie Black, PhD, BCC I know that when you are contemplating divorce, in the middle of divorcing or trying to put the pieces of your life back together post-divorce, the last thing you want to even think about is falling in love and getting involved a-g-a-i-n. The research and my professional experience since 1999 overwhelming suggest that the vast…read more →

Are You Single Again? Now What?

Dating after divorce can be scary.  My friend and colleague, Joanie Winberg, founder of the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children, has put together a special set of tele-seminar calls exclusively for my subscribers … specifically for the ladies actually … to help you move out of the dark and into the light when it comes to dating…read more →

Marriage Fitness

Save your marriage this Valentine’s Day.   Since I am in the business of divorce, you may not associate my services with love, but more and more people are contacting me saying that they don’t want to get divorced and wonder if it’s possible to save their marriage and on the flip side I have clients who are post divorce…read more →

Cultivating a Family Attitude of Gratitude

When you’re going through a divorce, it’s difficult to focus on gratitude. Every evening before digging in to dinner, members of the Shilonoff family take turns listing something they received that day, a self-acknowledgment for something that might have been difficult or a stretch, and something for which they are grateful. A typical response from the children (ages 10, 9…read more →

Letting Go: Great Idea. How Do I Do It?

Let it Go = Forgiveness You know you should let it all go, and you try, but there it is—that same old stuff still getting rent-free space in your head. Hot shot kid in a too-fast car cut you off this morning; it’s noon and you’re still seething? Clerk at the grocery store wouldn’t let you in his express line…read more →

Let Go and Let Love

Though I am a big fan and affiliate of Linda Claire Puig, best known for her writing and Done For You newsletters at Claire Communications, today I am sharing a personal story she recently posted in her ezine and has given me permission to share with you. Linda Claire wrote, “I’m sharing with you one of the most significant events…read more →