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Attorney Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about some of crucial differences between mediation and collaborative divorce. This is an important family law topic as individuals look for alternatives to court proceedings, or uncontested divorce, as a way to resolve their divorce or family law matter amicably. You can read more about this important topic on www.familylawheadquarters.com in an article titled: Key Differences Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce.
Stange Law Firm has locations in Missouri and Illinois throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. You can contact Stange Law Firm and their Mediation and Collaborative Divorce and Family Law Attorneys in St. Louis at 314-963-4700.
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http://www.divorce661.com - Santa Clarita Mediation Services - The mediation process cannot start until you have filed for divorce. We will explain how divorce mediation works and get your divorce paperwork started. Once you have the financial disclosures completed and you need help with coming to agreements, we can refer you to a local divorce mediation Company in Santa Clarita
In today’s episode Greg will be covering the very important topic of resenting appropriate boundaries with your ex or soon to be ex-spouse.
As promised the second half of the show Greg will be covering one of the four core areas of your life that not only help you recover from your divorce or break up but will help you become better and stronger than EVER.
Today he will be covering the area of Being. He will be covering his favorite book Loving What Is, by Bryan Katie and a few minutes on favorite meditation practice.
When my ex announced she was going to get remarried, I decided to post something about it on Facebook. No, this isn’t a story of a poorly considered FB post gone sour.
You can read the entire post in the following pages, but in essence what I said was:
I am so happy for her. She’s an amazing woman. I wish them both the very best for the future.
The comments, both online and offline, came pouring in. Some thought it was a joke. Some thought I was being sarcastic.
I was interested in the response but I was also saddened. It is clear that so many people see their divorces as disasters and their exes as the devil. It doesn’t have to be that way.
My own divorce allowed both my ex and me to face the future unburdened by anger, resentment, bitterness, and even huge attorney fees. My approach allowed us to move into the future with the possibility of being the best versions of ourselves. This experience prompted me to write the book about the “selfish” divorce. The selfish divorce isn’t what you think. It could easily be called the “selfless” divorce, because in the end, being selfless is adaptive and will lead to the best outcomes possible for you, your ex, and your children.
That said, here’s what to expect from The Selfish Divorce Radio:
At times i’ll tell you my life story, especially as it relates to relationships and marriage. Some of these lessons have to do with relationships and some don’t. But they’re all things I’ve learned and if possible, I’d like to help prevent you from taking any of the “classes” I did.
We will also cover the tatical steps I took and continue to take each to to create a better life.
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The following panel discusses their experience as divorce mediators and how to help, educate and empower individuals at various stages of the divorce process:
Mediator Barb North of Win Win Training and Mediation has been mediating for over 20 years and has a particular expertise in conflict management training and mediation in sensitive areas, including divorce mediation. Her website is www.winwintraining.com
Beth Esrey is a private mediator working with families in conflict who want to resolve differences respectfully, privately and effectively. Her website is www.esreymediation.com.
Jennifer Safian has a private practice as a divorce and family mediator in NYC. In addition to working with people going through divorce, Jennifer mediates trial separations, separations, pre nups and post nups, post divorce as well as other family conflicts. Her website is www.safianmediation.com.
Narrative mediation is a culturally focused practice that is based upon the notion that our lives are shaped by the stories that people tell about us and by the stories that we tell ourselves. The goal of the narrative mediator is to co-author stories that highlight strengths and competencies, rather than conflict. It helps people separate themselves from conflict-saturated stories and gives them the opportunity to re-author relationships in more peaceful, cooperative, and respectful ways. From this alternative position, the resolution of conflict can often happen much more smoothly and effectively than in traditional problem-solving approaches.
Dr. Gerald Monk is a Professor in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology at San Diego State University and has a primary role in training Marriage and Family Therapists. Gerald is a practicing Marriage and Family Therapist in California and a mediator and trainer in collaborative divorce practices and a conflict resolution consultant in health care. Gerald worked as a psychologist and mediator in New Zealand for fifteen years prior to moving to the United States in 2000.
For more Information: Dr. Gerald Monk
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This is a free meditation for bloggers, writers and those that inspire to become one. We blog for the greater good. We are Social Storypreneurs and Social Entreprenuers that want to change the world thorugh our blogs.
Enjoy and please visit our site to let know if you were inspired.
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Sorting Myth from Reality
For decades we've been told that the divorce rate in the U.S. is around 50 percent. Feldhahn, however, says that number is much, much lower. After spending years researching the divorce rate, the former Wall Street analyst discovered that most of the research on divorce is - well, just like the nature of divorce itself - complicated.
While investigating the truth for The Good News About Marriage, Feldhahn says she discovered that when it comes to first-time marriages, "probably 20 to 25 percent have ended in divorce, on average." That means the 50 percent divorce rate we all assumed to be true may actually be only half that. We examinthat and Box Office-Trending news
Ending a marriage can not only take a toll on you emotionally, but also physically. Divorce rates are increasing across the world and the reasons range from alcoholism, physical abuse, infidelity, lack of communication, etc. In this day and age of drive-in marriages, quick divorces are no longer shocking. Several marriages end up in divorces. But there are marriages that do face ups and downs and finally make it to the other side. One has to understand, that a marriage is not a packet of instant noodles. You cannot expect it to magically “work”. You have to work on a marriage. So if things go awry in your marriage and you’re considering a divorce, ask yourself why. Go back to the time the problems started and try to understand if there is a pattern. Ask yourself how a divorce can help your current situation. There are several reasons to stay in a marriage and make it work.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they discuss this very important topic.
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