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Did I really treat my ex that badly during our marriage?

3/14/2019
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I'm getting real about my regrets about how I treated my husband during our marriage...and giving you a peek at my latest book. Get a copy of Jen’s book, “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married” here.

Duration:00:12:40

Let’s Talk About How to Get What You Want in Bed

3/7/2019
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Leah Carey is a sexual communication coach. She helps women learn to communicate about sex so they can get what they *really* want in the bedroom, rather than just accepting what they’re given. She is host of the podcast "Good Girls Talk About Sex." Today we’re chatting about: We are talking about teaching women how to get what they want in bed.Ideas on how to start thinking about sex with a new partner.How to use your previous relationship as a touchstone to learn about what you love...

Duration:00:39:56

How to get the best outcome legally when it comes to divorce

2/26/2019
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Tami Moscoe is a family lawyer from Toronto with 20 years of private and public experience. She currently works advising the judiciary at the Superior Court of Justice developing resources and innovative programs. Tami previously practiced as a family lawyer at Torkin Manes and received accreditation as a family mediator through the Ontario Association for Family Mediation. Her current projects include supporting Unified Family Court expansion in Ontario, the family law limited scope...

Duration:00:32:31

Why Jim Healey and I are engaged...in a relationship (and not getting married)

2/19/2019
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Jim Healey's back on the show to chat with me about remarried, blended families, and whether we'll ever get married. We're discussing: Get 20% off Jen’s new book, “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married” here by using code PODJEN20.

Duration:00:16:15

The grass isn’t greener on the divorced side of the fence

2/13/2019
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Jen’s getting real about the reason she wrote her new book, “Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda” and why there are some people who won’t like what she has to say. Get 20% off Jen’s new book, “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married” here by using code PODJEN20.

Duration:00:11:04

Creating a Life and Business You Love Using a Virtual Assistant

2/12/2019
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Nicole Neer is the owner of Bloom Administrative Services, a virtual assistance agency who helps service-based entrepreneurs with the day-to-day operations of their business so they can get back to working in their zone of genius. She is also the voice behind theresilientva.com, a blog helping people with chronic illness and other challenges build a business (and life) that works for them. Today we’re chatting about: Finding the support you need so you can get back to doing what you’re...

Duration:00:20:48

Being Open To New Experiences After Divorce

2/5/2019
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David J. Glass is a uniquely qualified family law litigator. He is one of a few, select attorneys who is dually-trained in Law and Clinical Psychology (PhD), and who concentrates on divorce, child custody litigation, and complex asset division. He offers his clients an “inside look” at and understanding of the procedures employed by court-appointed mental health and psychological professionals. He serves as the Chair of the Firm’s Family Law Department. Today, we’re discussing: Looking...

Duration:00:27:46

038 Seriously, Maybe You’re The Problem...

1/29/2019
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Laurie Gerber is a life coach with Handel Group. Their online coaching course, Inner.U is the digital coaching course from Lauren Zander and the Handel Group. (Did we mention that they’re giving our listeners $100 off by using the code RIGHT100?) Laurie and her colleagues teach people how to hack into your life, see the whole picture, and connect your dots. It’s basically the class you never had in high school, but seriously needed. Connect with Laurie Gerber and the Handel...

Duration:00:30:36

037 Learning to Thrive After Major Life Changes With Rachell Kitchen

1/22/2019
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I’m chatting with Rachell Kitchen, who is changing the conversation around divorce. She is the CEO of Level Up For Life Coach, LLC, is a survivor of extreme violence, divorce and drastic family health issues who shares her personal experience to empower women to move from chaos to clarity. Speaker, author, life and transition coach & former career woman, Rachell’s faced concentrated chaos from the murder of her father, family health issues, divorce, and more. Now she speaks, gives...

Duration:00:26:37

036 Understanding Your Legal Rights During Your Divorce

1/15/2019
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Gabrielle Hartley is an attorney, mediator, speaker and author. She is known for a unique, non-toxic approach to divorce that she developed over two decades in practice. Gabrielle keeps 99% of her cases out of the courtroom and at the negotiating table as she effectively supports her clients to create a healthy, uplifted post-divorce life for them. Gabrielle served as court attorney for Judge Jeffrey Sunshine in NYC matrimonial court and is a member of the Massachusetts Council on Family...

Duration:00:36:09

035 Holding Each Other Up Through the Power of Community

1/8/2019
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I’m chatting with Tammi and Chelsea from Campowerment on today’s podcast! Tammi Leader Fuller is the founder and Chief Empowerment Officer for Campowerment. Her daughter Chelsea is the COO and Brand Bodyguard for the movement. Campowerment is designed to equip grown-ups to live life better through life-changing, holistic wellness experiences for women (all wrapped up in playtime). At Campowerment, they infuse their insightful curriculum with amazing thought-leaders into the joy of the...

Duration:00:37:18

034: Stop Telling Yourself That You Suck

1/3/2019
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Stephanie McPherson is a certified IIN health coach, certified behaviors and motivators life coach, and the creator and host of the cooking show, De Fa Rekin Licious! She has been on a journey of health, wellness, personal growth, and self-exploration since her early 20s! One of her biggest passions is to host my own cooking show on the Food Network and one of her biggest inspirations is to facilitate and be a catalyst for the transformation and increase an awareness of oneself so one can...

Duration:00:26:29

033 Happy New Year! (And details on how to snag a signed copy of my NEW book!)

1/1/2019
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Thank goodness 2018 is over! Today, I'm sharing what went down in 2018...and what's coming up in 2019. Click here to order my new book, Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach's Guide to Staying Married. Support Doing Divorce Right at www.patreon.com/jenniferhurvitz!

Duration:00:09:15

032 It Takes a Child to Raise a Village (or why we have a lot to learn from our kids about empathy)

12/18/2018
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Rick Morrison is the author of the children’s book The Hug Store. We’re chatting about: The blessings of divorceThe wisdom of children and how they can teach us about empathyTeaching children social-emotional skills in the classroomBeing transparent and authentic in everything we do (even when it comes to wine!) Find Rick’s book here: www.thehugstorebook.com Support Hug The Moment: https://giftedforgood.com/campaign/1/hug-the-moment-crowdfunding-for-social-emotional-learning Support...

Duration:00:29:00

031 Creating a Life and Business You Love Using Marketing

12/11/2018
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Stephani Roberts is an avid lifelong learner and spiritual seeker. She's a podcast host shining the spotlight on women freeing themselves from emotional abuse and finding a way to heal and thrive on their terms. She's a Digital Content Strategist who works with experts, coaches, and spiritual healers to Amplify their Authority online via podcast guesting and strategic repurposing of content. Jump off the content hamster wheel and make your content work for you by standing out from the...

Duration:00:36:30

030 How to handle the holidays after divorce...and why it’s a reminder that you have to find a new “normal”

12/4/2018
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Jim Healey is back on the show to talk about the holidays when you’re divorced. We’re chatting about: What my son said when I asked him what he wanted for HanukkahWhy we’re celebrating toothpaste (HINT: it’s about making things stretch a LONG time)The reminder that things are never going to be “normal” againBattling loneliness when your kids are with your exCelebrating both Hanukkah and Christmas when you’re co-parenting

Duration:00:24:25

029 How much is too much to push your teens?

11/29/2018
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Seriously, parenting teens is HARD. Our kids are under so much pressure to get in the right college, to volunteer, to do extracurriculars that I feel bad pushing my boys too hard with they get a B at school...but also, how much Fortnite can one person play? Today, I’m ranting about my constant struggle to keep my boys functioning at their best AND giving them some space to just be kids. (And wondering how to do it without upping my meds!)

Duration:00:14:33

028 How to Connect in Person When You’re Dating After Divorce

11/20/2018
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Scott Rogers created the new dating app Livinlive. The app allows people to search where they’re at for a connection. (That’s right...no more swiping or buzzing!) Livinlive is now available now in the Charlotte, NC area. Scott and I are chatting about: Making connections in real life vs. onlineSafety when dating onlineWhy we avoid personal connection with peopleBeing kind to people when you’re dating Check out the app here: www.golivnlive.com

Duration:00:22:49

027 A guy’s take on the rules you should follow when dating after divorce...with Jim Healey!

11/13/2018
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Y’all, Jim Healey and I are getting real about dating etiquette after divorce. We’re discussing: How women and men view sex differently right after marriageWhy men aren’t the only ones who like to date younger peopleEnjoying the reboundWhen you should introduce someone to your kidsGiving more in a relationship than you expect to getStopping the constant search

Duration:00:27:08

026 Never say this to a single mom...with Stacey Freeman!

11/6/2018
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I’m chatting with Stacey Freeman this week. Stacey is a New York City-based writer, lifestyle editor at Worthy.com, and the founder and managing director of Write On Track, LLC. A respected voice for career reinvention and parenting issues affecting both women and men, Stacey has been published or syndicated in The Washington Post, Entrepreneur, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Town & Country, Yahoo!, HuffPost, Popsugar, YourTango, xoJane, Scary Mommy, Maria Shriver, The Good...

Duration:00:24:17