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Your divorce, your decisions

This is the third blog in a slightly different series focusing on you and your separation and what might help you at any given moment. In this series we’ve looked at the grief of divorce and we’ve taken a more holistic focus looking at the energy of divorce and the link between thoughts, emotions and mental and physical health problems.   To watch the video talking about what to do in the immediate aftermath of a separation click on the…

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The energy of divorce

In our second blog we’re looking at something that isn’t much talked about in the legal world of divorce issues because it’s not necessarily tangible. But we believe in a holistic approach at LKW Family Mediation and we feel that not everyone is the same so we like to talk about anything that we feel is related to separation in case it is helpful to you. So in this blog we’re talking about energy. You can look at our first…

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The grief of divorce

In a new series of blogs we’re really turning the focus on to you. If you’ve recently separated from a partner and feel like you’re struggling then this next series of blogs will give you some food for thought on how to take care of yourself and move forward. We’ll be covering some more holistic ideas such as the grief of divorce and talking about the energy of divorce, as well as giving you other ideas that might help you…

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Common communication problems in separation: what do you do when it’s gone really badly wrong?

This is the last in our series of blogs looking at communication. We’ve talked about how having the right tools can help you communicate better, how being at different places in the grieving cycle can impact on communication and given some tips for listening that can help improve communication. What happens when communication really has broken down? When a couple has separated a complete breakdown in communication might look like one of these: • You are fearful about talking to…

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Common communication problems in separation: do you have the right tools?

In this third blog in the series talking about communication we’re talking about having the right tools to enable good and constructive communication to take place. We have already blogged about tips for good listening which can be a game changer in improving your communication skills, as well as how being at different points in the recovery process can impact upon your communication. To watch the video discussing this blog click on the video below: At school children are taught…

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Common communication problems in separation: are you really listening?

In our second blog focusing on communication problems we’re talking about listening. You may think you know what listening is, but read on and let us know if anything surprises you. Last week we explained how communication can be challenging when a couple are at very different points in the healing or grieving process. To watch the video discussing this blog click on the video below: Many people listen so they can reply but this means you are filtering content…

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Common Communication Problems in Separation: being at different places in the recovery process?

In a new series of blogs we’re turning our focus to communication. We’re very aware that this is something that can be challenging for couples going through a separation. When asked what the issues are that they’d most like to resolve many couples say communication. This is often borne from a place of wanting to be able to talk about their children more easily; but also because many people recognize that with better communication they’re able to resolve more issues…

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Mediation Focus: What happens if you don’t resolve everything in mediation?

This is the last in our series of blogs looking at family mediation. We’ve talked about what happens in family mediation, what the benefits are, and how children can have their say in the family mediation process. If you haven’t already and you’re interested in family mediation then we’d strongly suggest checking out those blogs. Why are you stuck? If you have managed to resolve some issues in mediation but not all then it can be helpful to ask yourself…

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Mediation Focus: Can children have their say in the process

In this third blog in our series talking about family mediation we’re looking at children and how they can have their say in the mediation process. We have already talked about what happens in family mediation and what the main benefits are so please check out those blogs if you haven’t already. When a couple separate and are working out what arrangements they should make for their children it can be helpful to seek the children’s views on this. Many…

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Mediation focus: What are the benefits of Family mediation?

In our second blog focusing on family mediation we’re talking about the main benefits of using family mediation to resolve issues that crop up when a couple separate. Last week we explained more about what happens in family mediation. Here are our 5 main benefits of using family mediation to resolve issues arising from your separation: 1. It gives you a place to have, and adds a structure to, difficult conversations that you have either been avoiding, or which have…

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