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To Divorce or Not: Reflections of the Self Paperback – Large Print, December 29, 2010
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Dr. Robin Siebold is trained in counseling psychology and spirituality. She specializes in divorce and relationship issues, dysfunctional family systems, communication skills, codependency, parenting and most recently collaborative law and parent coordination. Dr. Robin graduated from the University of Maine and Nova University. She is a licensed mental health counselor and a Certified Family Law Mediator. Dr. Robin is also a member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and she is also a member of the collaborative law and mediation committee with the Florida Bar. Dr. Robin teaches from a personal as well as a professional perspective. Dr. Robin is available to speak to those who are struggling with their relationship.
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Rev. April Rane Author- Myth of the Moon Goddess
Manuel Mota-Castillo, M.D.
Psychiatrist, Lake Mary, Florida
Regarding the content, there was nothing that addressed the issue of deciding whether to divorce or not. The entire book was composed of generic self-esteem-related questions and banal statements. (i.e. - "Get ready for a shift. You may be angry.") Really?? Duh!
I considered donating the book to the library, but decided that I would save someone else 10 minutes of time, and immediately threw it in the trash.
Don't waste your money!
(p.s. - For those seeking a MUCH better read on the subject, I recommend a book by Lundy Bancroft called Should I Stay or Should I Go)
Dr. Siebold's expertise on divorce with all its physical, emotional and financial ramifications is clearly demonstrated. And her advice, parcelled out in chewable portions, makes it all very digestible. It's so much better than a book with paragraph after paragraph of information that makes reader decide what is important.
If you are contemplating a divorce, do yourself a great favor--READ THIS BOOK.