Are you struggling in your primary relationship? Do you want to experience a deeper connection with your significant other?
In the middle of busy lives – jobs, kids, responsibilities, it can be easy to lose touch with the one you love. It’s easy to take people for granted; especially in a committed relationship. That distance is painful and it can be hard to know what to do: do you accept the current situation or fight to repair your relationship?
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After spending a good part of your life raising children, it can be difficult to abandon your role as parent when they reach adulthood. You might feel like you’re losing control over the choices they make or fear that you’ll never be as close to them as you were once.
This is normal…
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Although mediation and arbitration have the same goal in mind, a fair resolution of the issues at hand, there are some major differences which both parties must understand beforehand.
The main difference between arbitration and mediation is that in arbitration the arbitrator hears evidence and makes a decision. Arbitration is like the court process as parties still provide testimony and give evidence similar to a trial but it is usually less formal. In mediation, the process is a negotiation with the assistance of a neutral third party. The parties do not reach a resolution unless all sides agree.
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Are you still wondering what mediation is? You aren’t alone, it is the best kept secret for couples and families in crisis.
It’s a process where you actively participate in making decisions that affect you. Sound good?
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