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Blog Posts in February, 2011

  • Five Great Books on Divorce Mediation

    || 25-Feb-2011

    Perhaps you’ve thought about mediation as an option to litigation but aren’t sure how to go about it. Or you wish for your divorce process to be peaceful and maybe even friendly but this outcome seems to be impossible. We encourage you to explore what the experts are saying about Mediation and to better understand if this is a viable option for your situation. Here is a list of 5 books ...
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  • 10 Rules for Friendly Fighting for Couples

    || 17-Feb-2011

    Most of us realize healthy relationships require a give and take by both parties, however we also need to recognize at times a relationship may require the skills of “friendly fighting”. “Friendly fighting” means being able to deal with conflict respectfully and working together to find an acceptable solution. These skills are effective not only for married couples, but any ...
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  • 10 Rules for Friendly Fighting for Couples

    || 17-Feb-2011

    Most of us realize healthy relationships require a give and take by both parties, however we also need to recognize at times a relationship may require the skills of “friendly fighting”. “Friendly fighting” means being able to deal with conflict respectfully and working together to find an acceptable solution. These skills are effective not only for married couples, but any ...
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  • The impact and effect of divorce on children is a very complex issue, and one that merits careful handling. Sometimes, in the heat of the divorce, couples forget to think about how their children may be feeling. That’s why I would like to share this article with you – it is written from your child’s point of view, by Betsy Ross, an experienced therapist. I hope you find this ...
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  • Top 10 Reasons to Choose a Peaceful Divorce

    || 3-Feb-2011

    Reason #10 There is a better way than the a famous War of the Roses move script. Which portrayed the worst of the worst divorces. Even the nicest people can get caught up in the litigation trap and become different people, people who play games, people who look for ways to embarrass the other person or to get revenge against the other person, people who look for ways to win the war. It’s a ...
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