In this exclusive interview, Deborah Moskovitch discusses knowing when to leave a marriage or try to save it:
“You need to do everything you can to put your marriage back on track, so that if you do decide to divorce, you know that you did all the work up front. So you tried the couples counseling, and obviously if you’re getting divorced, it didn’t work. But you saw what was wrong in that relationship. You really did try to put in on track.”
Deborah Moskovitch is a leading author and public speaker on divorce and relationships.
She regularly shares her insights and research on television and radio to discuss how divorce can be managed to minimize the grief and financial hardships people often experience. Deborah also speaks regularly about the importance of the emotional healing post-divorce. She is a regular contributor to More magazine’s online edition, a national publication celebrating women over 40. She serves on the Board of Directors of AFCC Ontario, an international association of professionals dedicated to improving the lives of children and families through the resolution of family conflict. Her goal is to help people manage the divorce process in a healthier, less painful way and move on to create a better life post-divorce.
For more information, visit Deborah’s website at www.thesmartdivorce.com, contact her via email at info at thesmartdivorce dot com or call 905 695 0270.