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What Online Mediation Looks Like

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The good news if you are considering online mediation is that the process will look very similar to the traditional face to face mediation process. Both online and face to face mediations can be tailored to meet your circumstance and the same terms and conditions such as confidentiality apply, as […]

April 3, 2020

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Four Ways to Sidestep Conflict and Enjoy your Turkey

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If the thought of enduring a meal—let alone an entire weekend—with your family or in-laws has you tensing up then you might want to keep reading. While I have previously written about how to manage conflict and I make a living off helping people do this, the irony is not […]

October 2, 2018

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Eat, Drink & Remarry: How to Get a Divorce Worth Celebrating

I was watching the news recently when a segment came on about a California couple who co-hosted a Divorce Party. Now this had my attention! A divorce party hosted jointly by the people getting divorced?! The former spouse has definitely not attended the divorce parties I have heard about. The […]

April 21, 2017

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5 Ways to Wrap Up Conflict for the Holidays

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Do holiday family gatherings cause you stress and anxiety? You are not alone. What happens when we suddenly have all this compressed family time? For many families, it’s conflict. The gentle teasing goes a little too far. Old hurts, compounded by time and other issues that were never really resolved, […]

May 4, 2017

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Separation: Do it Better than “The Simpsons”

Whether you watch The Simpsons regularly or, like me you have missed a few, it’s easy to jump back into it and when I heard that Season 27 started off with Marge and Homer in a “trial separation,” I set my PVR. Spoiler alert! Homer falls asleep during couples’ counselling […]

May 4, 2017

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