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#102 Jennifer Hurvitz

best selling author, relationship coach

host Doing Divorce Right

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Jennifer Hurvitz is known for her no-nonsense approach to dating after divorce. She’s a relationship coach, best-selling author of Shoulda, Coulda, Wouda, and host of the Doing Divorce Right (or Avoiding it Altogether) PODCAST. Happily divorced since 2014, Jennifer lives in Charlotte with her two teenage boys, one who has has autism.


Jennifer has been featured by Oprah Winfrey, is a multiple author and one of America's leading Divorce coaches. She talks to Ed Andrew about the difference lens that men and women view marriage and why that causes so much pain, being accountable for our own behaviour and listening to intuition.


Talking points


  • discussing her TEDx on choosing happiness whether you stay in marriage or get divorced, choose happiness each way


  • making her career out of divorce, her writing journey


  • Doing divorce right and ending her marriage amicably, how she had to get divorced to see what her mistakes were (10)


  • "men think that financial security is what women want, what women really want is to be first and to be loved"


  • the relationship must come first and put the children second, if you want your relationship to last, you must put the kids second, (14)   


  • discussing what teenagers are looking for from their parents (19)


  • how millennials are getting relationships right (20) - dating less and taking marriage more seriously, divorce rate is lowering in their generation


  • her own mistakes, how she was not looking for a husband wanted a father for my kids, where millennials want a soul mate


  • the red flags and non negotiables of dating (22)

  • having no expectations and giving people the benefit of the doubt, - have fun, be kind, be positive (27)


  • discussing not bringing moods into the house "sometimes it is important to know that it is your turn to be the stressed out one" (39)


  • how she resented her husband for going to work and being an adult, how she never gave him the chance because she thought I was better - the only control I had in the house and had given up my career (42)


"you have to find each other and put each other first, make a choice to be happy and put your relationship first , it is not about finding the right person, it is about being the right partners and being accountable and standing in your space (44)

  • how it takes a very reflective person to hold themselves accountable, to say I am sorry, to say I was wrong, take ownership of your past, (47)


  • having an autistic son and early intervention 

To contact Jennifer click on the following social links

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn - Black Circle
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Ed Andrew is the host of Human Impact. Initially a lawyer in London Ed has for the past 20 years been a global entrepreneur. He battled prostate cancer at 42 and is now one of the world's leading career coaches and life strategists helping people learn how to thrive at home and work. 


“One of the great joys of a podcast is that people realise there are other people like them and at least once a week or once a day to do something out of the ordinary so that their life can have a new horizon - and that is what your program does"


“Great podcast host! Prepared well for our conversation and asked relevant and interesting questions. Our conversation flowed very well. Highly recommended"


“I had the honor of going on the Ed Andrew's podcast, as well as interviewing him on the Humans 2.0 podcast. Ed has the ability to penetrate an individual's perceptual apparatus to give them a glimpse of who THEY REALLY ARE which is a 21st-century superpower. I highly recommend checking out Ed's show and his consulting services"


“I have been interviewed on a number of podcasts recently and been intrigued by the different approaches the interviewers take. Some view it as a conversation, others an interrogation. This interview with Ed Andrew was definitely one of the more enjoyable ones!"


“I so appreciate you kind words and support, Ed. Your podcast taught both of my parents new things about me just by listening. Thanks for making it happen"


“You really held space and created a safe and open environment for me to share a vulnerable part of my path. I'm forever grateful for this and your friendship Ed. Cheers to slowing down and asking ourselves some powerful reflective questions."


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