Asking for help is a sign of strength. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Flex Your Healing Muscle

You aren’t superman. You don’t fly, you can’t out race a bullet and you can’t leap tall buildings in a single bound. Gravity and a host of other realities keep you who you are, human. Knowing your limits is the ultimate strength. When you ask for help, you not only recognize your limits, but seek […]

It takes great courage to let go of the past and cross over to the unknown. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

The Quest to Post Divorce Bliss

In myths and stories, the hero is never sent on a quest that they want. Instead, they are sent on the quests that they need. Within you is the potential to face all of life’s challenges with strength and integrity. Do more than survive, thrive!

We are never truly alone; we are all interconnected. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Cast Away Breakup Pain

Breakups, Separations and Divorce affect your emotional being, often convincing the mind that only negatives are true (“My life is over… I’ll never find love again… I wasted the best years of my life…”). When experience the loss of a relationship, ground yourself in the reality of the present moment. You are never truly alone.

Be clear on what you want in a relationship. Leave the empty heads to the Jack-o-Lanterns this Halloween. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

There Are No Mind Readers in Real Relationships

There are no mind readers in real relationships. Ask for the things that you want in your relationship.

Transform your surroundings into a personal sanctuary that nurtures you. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Find Your Divorce Sanctuary

At every moment it is possible to change directions. Be sure the path you follow nurtures you. Begin healing with a Relationship Cleanse. Call 323-378-6739 or email movingon@divorcedetox.com.

If you're afraid to love because of the past, then you are afraid to really live. - Allison Pescosolido, M.A.

Detox Past Fears

The biggest lie you can tell yourself is that you’ll be alone forever. It is simply is not true, unless you choose to be alone forever. You only need to find one person to be happy, not 100 or 1000 people, just one.