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Marriage Mentor

I recently attended a lovely wedding of a couple in their mid twenties. At the reception one of the groomsmen’s toast to the couple caught me completely by surprise. He toasted the bride and groom that they might enjoy many happy years together, just had their parents have enjoyed. “You two are the only couple …

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The kids are alright

This entry is reposted from an excellent article. It is worth reposting. 10 Signs Your Kid Is Handling Divorce in a Positive Way by Rosalind Sedacca,Divorce and Parenting Coach, Author, Founder of Child-Centered Divorce Network We all know divorce can take its toll on both parents and their children. However, that doesn’t have to be …

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A scene from the recital hall

I recently attended a recital on a cloudy Sunday afternoon. Let’s be honest, other than the recital student you attend to hear perform their recital piece, your mind begins to wander, at least mine does. I was seated to the back of the recital space which gave me a great view of the other guests. …

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War of the Roses

In 1989 Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner starred in the movie The War of The Roses. They played a wealthy divorcing couple trying to get the other to leave the house. They destroy the house, ruin cars, swing from chandeliers and just behave badly. They were stubborn, self indulgent, childish and evil. Almost 25 years …

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Mediation myths

There are many myths regarding mediation that need to be explored and dispelled. There is a lot of misinformation confusion. I’d like to try to clear some of that up by sharing accurate information regarding mediation and the services that mediators offer. Myth #1: Only people who agree can mediate. If that were true, there …

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