Robin hosts events on divorce throughout the year. Check back often to see what’s next.
Bergen County Divorce Support Group Meetup
Upcoming meeting dates are posted on the group’s site listed below.
For more information visit: Bergen County Divorce Support Group
Are you thinking about separation or divorce, or have you already begun the process? Are you searching for a support system to help you conquer the overwhelming challenge of divorce?
This group is for individuals who are either contemplating separation, in the midst of divorce or newly divorced. During this highly stressful time, it’s important to find the right support to help you navigate this transitional life event. The mission of this group is to provide caring support, connection, guidance and information so that you don’t have to do this alone. You will have the opportunity to manage your intense emotions, gain clarity and practical information in order to find resolution with the best chance for a good outcome.
We will also explore ways that can help you save money and time. Besides gaining valuable knowledge, you will feel confident, empowered and most importantly – heard. During the meetings, you will have the opportunity to share your story and concerns with the other members. At times, we will have professionals in the industry speak to the group. As the facilitator, I am dedicated to providing a safe, non-judgmental environment for all participants.
I look forward to seeing you there!
INTERVIEW: 8 Strategies to Make the Divorce Process Easier
Listen in below as I’m interviewed by Katherine Miller of Miller Law Group for her Divorce Dialogues podcast.
Robin Featured on Divorce and Your Money
My advice on the #1 tip for How to Prepare for Divorce was featured on Divorce and Your Money and you can read it here: There are many points to consider when preparing for divorce since preparation is key, but I believe the most important tip overall is to create a healthy inner state of mind along with good self-care. Your mindset is the one thing you have the ability to control, which will determine the type of divorce that you have. This calls for you to be emotionally prepared and less reactive, which benefits communication and decision-making. The right state of mind requires you to stay focused on your goal and create a plan for your life that you will need to get in order, which includes access to important documents.
Having the proper mindset also means being informed by doing research so that you aren’t blindsided by unforeseen facts and circumstances. To ensure a healthy emotional state, establish a support network that includes trusted friends and family, therapists, coaches, etc. Remember to honor and support yourself every step of the way with plenty of love, self-confidence, and self-care. Keep your eye on your future dreams and visions, and if you’re feeling overwhelmed…just BREATHE.