Sep 13, 2021
A DIVORCE IMPACTS NOT ONLY A COUPLE BUT THEIR CHILDREN AS WELL, HOW DO YOU ENSURE YOU'RE MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION?
On this episode we are joined by Ravit Rose, Founder of Divorce by Ravit. Ravit shares her divorce story and explains some of the nuances we rarely consider when considering a divorce. We discuss:
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Ravit Rose is a deeply devoted mom to her children.
Pre-divorce, Ravit envisioned a successful career building her business dreams and actively making a contribution to her community. Her confidence and trailblazing spirit is evident in her keen work ethic and entrepreneurial acumen. She earned her Bachelor of Commerce degree specializing in Marketing and Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management along with a Human Resources Certificate. She continued to pursue her career path from the very first day of her separation despite the fact that it was often thwarted.
found the emotional impact her nasty divorce was having on her and
her children to be heartbreaking. Often, she felt that she didn’t
understand why and how matters seemed to go wrong all the time. So
she went off on an adventure to find the solutions she needed to
end her struggle.
This took her to discoveries she had not expected- to common issues that affect parents around the world, regardless of the varied laws in their respective justice system. Her book briefly speaks of the Quebec Justice System as a means of comparison for her readers around the world. With the help of hundreds of other divorced parents’ stories, Ravit proudly authored her book, Unwanted Nasty Divorces, hoping everyone’s voice will encourage a chorus of others to engage in a much-needed dialogue in support of families everywhere. More importantly, she is igniting conversations about needless suffering families face because of inconsistencies in the family justice system and how these flaws are failing families far and wide to make way for monumental change.
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