When you let go of the past, your dreams have room to flourish and become reality. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Make Room for the New, Post-Divorce You

Are you thinking about the past when you commute to work? Do you run through regrets as soon as you wake in the morning? Are you still trying to solve marital problems that occurred years ago while you eat your meal or stand at the sink washing dishes? When you head is so filled with […]

Rainy days invite tears to detox the past. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Grieving is Healing in Divorce

Taking time to grieve, to cry, and to relieve your emotions is paramount to fully healing the loss experienced in divorce. Gift yourself with the time to fully express your emotions in a safe place.

The easiest way to stop feeling sorry for yourself is to lend a helping hand.  - Allison Pescosolido, MA.

The Keys to Post-Divorce Happiness

There are many keys and many doors that lead to happiness. Research has shown that volunteering for others boosts overall well being and happiness. Helping others is a great way to put your own life in perspective and boost positive making chemicals in the brain. Helping others is a great way to help yourself. Learn […]

Children imitate their parents. Make yourself proud. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Kids in Adversity – Divorce as a Teaching Tool

Every moment of a parents life is an opportunity to be a role model. Acting with integrity – even through the pain and loss of divorce – teaches children how to react in difficult situations.

When you say no to others it means yes to your peace of mind. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Your Divorce Power Word

‘No’ is a powerful word. ‘No’ sets limits and creates boundaries. ‘No’ protects you. During stressful times, you have the power to protect yourself from feeling overwhelmed. Give yourself a break and flex your personal power. Say ‘no’ to extra requests and responsibilities.

True friends accept us equally for our magnificence as well as our faults. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

True Friends

The key to a healthy relationship – be it a friendship or romance – is knowing your authentic self. Be true to you and you’ll find that those around you will be too.