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The Advice Show…is essentially an excuse for authors, musicians and other artists to talk about the best and worst advice they’ve received, and what advice they now give to people in their lives. Our format relies on anecdotes, self-deprecation and laughter. When in front of a live audience, the panel will take questions and given advice ranging from the irreverent to the down right irresponsible. The Advice Show is part of the Chicago’s Sun-Times Media Local podcast network. Executive producer: Robert K. Elder.

The Advice Show…is essentially an excuse for authors, musicians and other artists to talk about the best and worst advice they’ve received, and what advice they now give to people in their lives. Our format relies on anecdotes, self-deprecation and laughter. When in front of a live audience, the panel will take questions and given advice ranging from the irreverent to the down right irresponsible. The Advice Show is part of the Chicago’s Sun-Times Media Local podcast network. Executive producer: Robert K. Elder.
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The Advice Show…is essentially an excuse for authors, musicians and other artists to talk about the best and worst advice they’ve received, and what advice they now give to people in their lives. Our format relies on anecdotes, self-deprecation and laughter. When in front of a live audience, the panel will take questions and given advice ranging from the irreverent to the down right irresponsible. The Advice Show is part of the Chicago’s Sun-Times Media Local podcast network. Executive producer: Robert K. Elder.

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Episodes

Divorce! w/ Jackie Pilossoph aka Divorced Girl Smiling

1/22/2014
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Our podcast, The Advice Show, features guests talking about the best and worst advice they’ve ever been given. For author Jackie Pilossoph, she got well-intentioned bad advice during her divorce. “Don’t date right away. Just take some time for yourself.” “They do not understand that when you get divorced, you’ve already been alone,” Pilossoph says. “…when someone moves out, it is a relief and so you should go out there and meet people and just develop friendships, whatever those turn...

Duration:00:30:06