There is a difference between giving up and realizing when you’ve had enough—today’s guest is Jennifer Hurvitz, and she understands the power of ending a relationship that isn’t serving you. In fact, she’s written a whole book about it called Midlife Priceless, and yes, I said priceless, not midlife crisis. In the past, Jennifer stayed too long in her marriage, put up with far too much in previous relationships, and recently found the courage to leave her last relationship. She shares why you need to trust your intuition and respect yourself enough to call it quits. And why sometimes throwing in the towel and moving on is the most important thing you can do when choosing yourself. Jennifer shares some of her Hurvitz Hot Tips, her favorite dating apps, and why dating doesn’t need to be a disaster.
Jennifer Hurvitz is a relationship expert, dating coach, best-selling author, and host of the award-winning Doing Relationships Right Podcast. Through her books and weekly podcast, Jennifer helps people understand what a happy relationship can look like and how to dip their toes back into the dating world post-divorce. Jennifer has been highlighted by Oprah Daily, where her book Woulda Coulda Should: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married was chosen as one of the best marriage books to read with your partner for a healthy relationship! Jennifer speaks all over the country, and her expert opinions have been featured in publications like Forbes, Scary Mommy, Women’s Health, Bustle, Divorced Mom, and BluntMoms.
Kerry Brett and Jennifer Hurvitz cover a lot of ground; topics include:
Key takeaways from Midlife Priceless.
Jennifer Hurvitz tips for doing relationships right.
How to know when to call it quits.
The importance of a non-negotiable list.
The value of looking at your five year plan.
Why you should never put what you don’t want in your dating profile.
If you can’t show up with an optimistic attitude when online dating wait until you can because otherwise you’ll be wasting your time and others.
If you lack confidence and have low-self worth, take more time before you begin dating.
Without communication, there is no relationship. Without respect, there is no love, without trust, there is no reason to continue.
Happy divorces, happy dating, happy relationships, happy marriages, they all take work. But the most important relationship you have is the one you have with yourself.
To learn more about Jennifer Hurvitz and purchase her books, you can do so at www.jenniferhurvitz.com. Follow on Instagram @doingrelationshipsright or listen to Jennifer’s podcast Doing Relationships Right on all platforms.