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I’m Jill Coil, the author of the book and docuseries “No One Dies from Divorce.” But with the mental, emotional, financial, physical, and spiritual toll that divorce takes on people, the scope is so big that I decided to create a podcast, so this can be an ongoing conversation.Divorce sucks. I know because I’m a divorce attorney and have divorced hundreds of clients at this point. I also went through a separation myself with my husband. Though our journey ultimately did not end in divorce, it gave me personal insight and empathy into the pain and turmoil of my clients’ lives. So if I can use my experience to save you from some of the heartache, confusion, stress, anxiety, or unknowing, our sole mission for this podcast will have been met. Remember, I am an attorney, but I am not your attorney. I’m inviting other divorce attorneys, relationship experts, mental health professionals, fitness and health coaches, spiritual leaders, and financial advisors, as well as plenty of people just like you, who are going through or have been through divorce, to talk about their journeys.You’re not alone. You can do this. Let me help you to not only survive through, but also thrive after your divorce. We can use our trials as a pivot to become a better version of ourselves. Let’s get through this together.

No One Dies from Divorce Jill Coil

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 38 Ratings

I’m Jill Coil, the author of the book and docuseries “No One Dies from Divorce.” But with the mental, emotional, financial, physical, and spiritual toll that divorce takes on people, the scope is so big that I decided to create a podcast, so this can be an ongoing conversation.Divorce sucks. I know because I’m a divorce attorney and have divorced hundreds of clients at this point. I also went through a separation myself with my husband. Though our journey ultimately did not end in divorce, it gave me personal insight and empathy into the pain and turmoil of my clients’ lives. So if I can use my experience to save you from some of the heartache, confusion, stress, anxiety, or unknowing, our sole mission for this podcast will have been met. Remember, I am an attorney, but I am not your attorney. I’m inviting other divorce attorneys, relationship experts, mental health professionals, fitness and health coaches, spiritual leaders, and financial advisors, as well as plenty of people just like you, who are going through or have been through divorce, to talk about their journeys.You’re not alone. You can do this. Let me help you to not only survive through, but also thrive after your divorce. We can use our trials as a pivot to become a better version of ourselves. Let’s get through this together.

    Preparing for One Extraordinary Marriage

    Preparing for One Extraordinary Marriage

    Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo co-host one of the top marriage podcasts on Apple called, The One Extraordinary Marriage Show.  From their own experience and years of helping others, they know a thing or two about what it takes to make any relationship last.  It starts by understanding the six pillars of Intimacy.  Tony and Alisa have written a best selling book, “The 6 Pillars of Intimacy” to guide anyone who wants a stronger, healthier relationship.  If you have gone through a divorce or are going through a divorce, their advice will give you the tools you need to create a better you and learn how to love and be loved to the fullest.   

    • 44 min
    Her Hips Don’t Lie: The shake down of Shakira and Gerard’s split.

    Her Hips Don’t Lie: The shake down of Shakira and Gerard’s split.

    Shakira and Gerard Pique split after 12 years together.  They have two children together. There is much speculation and gossip around why they are breaking up.  Join us as we go into all  the juicy details of the power couples split.   Shakira’s hips may not lie but her lips aren’t moving and the truth behind their break up may never come to light.  And later, my guest Kelly Baldwin and I will dive into the difference of Common Law Marriage and Paternity: what it means for you and your family and the different reliefs each type of case gets. 

    • 42 min
    Tomorrow Needs You! You are never alone: Suicide Prevention Month

    Tomorrow Needs You! You are never alone: Suicide Prevention Month

    Michael Wise is a paralegal for MoxieLaw, a personal injury firm. He is dedicated to helping people find peace and closure through difficult times, including the struggles many of us have with mental health. Today Michael and I will be discussing the very sensitive yet crucial topic of suicide. Join us as we go over 5 things you can do to help you through your darkest moments and remember, Tomorrow Needs You! If you or a loved one are struggling with suicidal thoughts, please call 988 for help. You are not alone.

    • 51 min
    Tessa White: Crucial Coaching on How to Be Successful in Your Career

    Tessa White: Crucial Coaching on How to Be Successful in Your Career

    Welcome to season 2! Tessa is the founder of The Job Doctor. A practice dedicated to building career strategies and re-engaging people in the workplace.  She believes anyone and everyone can gain new skills to enter the workplace and thrive.  Tessa was newly divorced and had been out of the workplace for a while.  She knew she had to provide for her family which would require hard work and determination to become a valuable asset in a company.  She worked her way up from an entry level position at Franklin Covey to becoming one of the leading executive females in the company. Tessa is here today to tell you that whatever your circumstances, with the right coaching and the right attitude, you can become invaluable in any job.  She will share with us how to create the career you want, deserve, and that will allow you to provide for yourself and your family. 

    • 49 min
    The End of Season 1!

    The End of Season 1!

    No One Dies from Divorce concludes it's first season. Thank you everyone for the support and we will see you in the fall! Follow @jillcoil on Instagram, Tiktok, and Facebook to stay up to date. 

    • 3 min
    A Better Way to Come Through Trials with Krista Andersen

    A Better Way to Come Through Trials with Krista Andersen

    Krista Andersen is passionate about living fully, family, conflict engagement, using words to heal instead of harm, and creating memorable experiences. Her passion for how words are used to heal and harm led her to the field of mediation where Krista is devoted to helping clients learn how to engage in conflict in healthy ways.  Knowing that conflict is a constant in our lives, Krista seeks to educate people on how what they say and write has a deep impact on their relationships and personal well-being.  Her personal mantra is “words matter.” Further, as a Cancer Survivor she discusses how she found joy in the journey and was able to overcome grief, fear and resentment to use her experience as an opportunity to inspire.  Krista is an example of how we can use our trials as a platform to become the best version of ourselves.  And though the road will not necessarily be easy it will give you strength and fortify to overcome all.  

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Great Source for Divorce! ,

Such great and varied context

I love how Jill weaves her legal guidance with the advice of the experts she chats with. The wealth of support, perspective and encouragement is exactly what we need while navigating divorce. Thank you for all you do!

RCRook11 ,

Excellent resource for all things Divorce

Targeted advice and insight that is useful for those considering, experiencing or living after divorce.

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Love this podcast!!

So inspirational and entertaining!!

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