Divorce/Relationship Recovery

Mondays, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Menlo Park Campus, Garden Court

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Free childcare is provided for children 3 mos. - 5th grade upon arrival by 7:40 p.m., Building A, Room 11.

Divorce/Relationship Recovery is a safe place to heal your heart and to find support after experiencing a difficult divorce or the breakup of a significant relationship.

We understand how deeply people and their families are hurt by divorce and relationship breakups. Oftentimes, in addition to dealing with the loss of the relationship, individuals are also faced with changes in friendships, family relationships, and even everyday activities like house cleaning and financial responsibilities. Perhaps most importantly, is a change in how we might view ourselves as unlovable, inadequate, or a failure.

Every Monday evening, small group discussion follows the evening video or speaker presentation. Our video seminar each year during February and March is Henry Cloud presenting “Changes that Heal."  During June and July, we present the highly popular Cloud and Townsend video seminar “Boundaries” and we present their seminar  “Safe People” September - November. In between the video series, our live speakers include psychologists, therapists, and attorneys discussing ways to heal and begin putting your life together again.

Contact: Monte Fisher, 650.888.3215

                               SCHEDULE

 Mar 24     "Stories of our DR Leaders," Panel of DR Small Group Leaders

 Mar 31     "Negotiating Singleness and Sexuality I," Royce Garvin

 Apr   7     "Negotiating Singleness and Sexuality II," Royce Garvin

 Apr 14     Potluck and Art Project, Barbara Hatch

 Apr 21    "Common Financial Mistakes in Divorce," Leigh Metzler

 Apr 28    "Communication," Nancy Ross

Comments from Participants

"I had so many feelings and thoughts that no one understood until I met the people at Divorce/Relationship Recovery. It seemed liked they just automatically understood."

"Divorce/Relationship Recovery helped me get on with my life instead of spending all my time and energy fighting with my ex."

"It blew my mind when I found out that Divorce Recovery was sponsored by a church. I always thought of churches as being critical and condemning, but these people are very accepting and affirming."

"I was embarrassed to go to Divorce Recovery as I had been divorced for six years, however I went out of desperation. My attempts at forging new relationships were disastrous. I discovered that I had never dealt with issues in my life that had led to my divorce."

"Thank you for reminding me that God loves me despite all my failures and inadequacies."

"How can I say 'thank you' for walking with me through the darkest time in my life."