Live your life for today. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Live for Today

I want you all to do one thing today. It’s my wish for the whole world. Take 20 minutes outs of your day – schedule it in your calendar if you need too. Take 20 minutes out of your day for ANYTHING that you want to do that brings you a smile. Here are five […]

When you face the light you leave the shadows behind. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Step Out of the Shadows of Divorce

The thing about reframing your thinking – about learning the skills and tools you need to let go of negativity and past trauma – is that it opens you to possibility. As you expand your mind, you life will notice that your life starts changing. If you are stuck dwelling on the past, you don’t […]

Small steps repeated over time lead to great distances. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

One Step at a Time Through Divorce

I know what you are thinking! Really?!?! All this paperwork to gather, to file and to fill out – and that’s just step one of getting a divorce. The reality is that many things in life take a great deal of time an energy. Think back to your high school days. Remember when you felt […]

Find happiness in the moment with gratitude. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Post Divorce Happiness

Do you have moments during your divorce where you feel like screaming? Crying? Do you want to hide under the covers? Give yourself a break from the negativity by grounding yourself in the present moment. Look around you and start listing all the things that make life were living. Having trouble? Start with the basics… […]

Confidence grows with each step you take in the direction of your dreams. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Grow Bigger Dreams Post Split

You have the potential to become the person you have always wanted to be. Each step you take toward living your authentic life will fill you with confidence. Each step towards the true you is a step towards strength of the self.

Self-forgiveness detoxes the poison of your past. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Detox Divorce Poisons

The ability to truly let go of the bad feelings you have against yourself is an antidote to the poisonous mixture of pain, anger, loss, and fear that can accompany divorce and separation.