To Divorce or Not

Should you stay married or not? Are the issues in your relationship big enough to warrant a divorce. No matter how perfect a relationship may seem to the outside observer, there are always issues within a relationship that put stress on each of the partners. Although we may love our spouse, we can find ourselves questioning the relationship. It could be the annoying habit of one spouse or a lack of communication and respect. Several problems could leave us wondering if the relationship is really worth all of the effort. Unless the problem is acknowledged and resolved, this could spell a split, or even a divorce, for some.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Robin Siebold has worked with individuals and organizations imparting the skills, insights and strategies that make life more manageable and meaningful. She specializes in divorce and relationship issues, communication skills, and codependency. Robin is a licensed mental health counselor and maintains a private practice in Florida. Robin has recently published a book called To Divorce or Not: Reflections of the Self, which is now available on Amazon. To find out more about Robin you can always check out her website at



Manuel Mota-Castillo, M.D. September 26, 2011 at 10:43 am

A few months ago I had the privilege of reading Dr. Siebold’s book and inmediately I proceeded to purchase several extra copies to share with friends and colleagues. I believe that “To Divorce or Not: Reflections of the Self” is a necessary reading for those either struggling with relationships or providing guidance to persons in such situation.

Richard Jafolla September 28, 2011 at 9:10 am

If you or someone you love is contemplating a divorce, by all means, read this book. Dr. Siebold has decades of experience in marriage counseling and the psychological and legal aspects of divorce. With great sensitivity and a super-abundant knowledge of the ins and outs of divorce, her advice will be invaluable.

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