Focused on empowering people to embrace the fullness of God’s plan for their life, Robin May is called to serve those who’ve decided the status quo is no longer enough in their life or relationships.  Her mantra is: It is time for you to LIVE LIFE INTENTIONALLY AND FULLY ENGAGED!

As a much-sought after speaker, Robin is able to energize her audience in a transparent, lively and engaging way.  She is the author of several books including, “The 30 – Day Intentional Intimacy Project * For Married Women!” which takes women on a 30-day journey to reignite and maintain the spark in their romance!  Most recently Robin has authored a devotional, “Live Intentionally. Fully Engage.” which is a 52 week plan to help you live your life with purpose!

Robin currently serves as a mental health therapist and Life Coach. She encourages her clients to live their lives to the fullest by first challenging them to look in the mirror and get honest with themselves!

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Robin is the founder of the social networking site,, where individuals and couples gather to discuss, learn and encourage one another about building a healthy relationship!  She is also the founder of “Friends with Vision“, another powerful networking organization for women who believe in living their lives with purpose!

Robin’s life changing advice has been featured in Essence Magazine, the Rickey Smiley Show and weekly on Radio One’s gospel station – Praise 102.5, the K.D. Bowe Show where Robin is the featured life coach.

Although Robin is extremely proud of her accomplishments, her most treasured role is being the wife to Lee May, and mother to daughters Ryann Kimberly, Reagan Leanne and Riley Joi.

Robin May, Licensed Professional Counselor & Certified Life Coach.  All rights reserved. The information throughout this website may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without express written permission, unless otherwise indicated. The information is created to provide support for individuals and couples. It is not intended to replace structured therapeutic services.  If you are in an abusive relationship, seek help immediately! The “IBIM” Network or founder does not accept any liability or responsibility for the use of this information by participants in this or any other series.