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Going through divorce is painful and stressful. Couples often need mediation to help them see things clearer

Do I have to mediate:#3 what are the options?

In this new series of blogs we’re looking at the question we get asked a lot which is, do I have to go to mediation.  The first blog looked at what the rules say and the context behind why the rules were made.  The second blog looked at whether you might be able to resolve things yourselves and asked questions about what you need to resolve, and what the barriers might be to this.   In this blog we’re looking…

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Do I have to mediate: #2 can you resolve things yourself?

In this new series of blogs we’re looking at the question we get asked a lot which is, do I have to go to mediation.  The first blog looked at what the rules say and the context behind why the rules were made.  The next blog looks at how you might resolve all the issues that crop up when you separate.  Why is this important?  Well because when a couple separate there are usually issues that need to be resolved…

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Separation: your changing family #4

In the last part of this four part series of blogs we’re continuing our focus on how your family will change as a result of separation.  In the first blog we invited you to notice the little changes that you may perhaps have not appreciated the significance of and to be alert to them.  In the second blog we invited you to think about a vision for what you want your post separation life to be like.  To fill this…

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Separation: your changing family #3

In the third blog of this 4 part series we’re continuing our focus on how your family will change as a result of separation.  In the first blog we invited you to notice the little changes that you may perhaps have not appreciated the significance of and to be alert to them.  In the second blog we invited you to think about a vision for what you want your post separation life to be like.  To fill this up and…

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Separation: your changing family #1

It is an obvious fact that separation will change your family but often people focus on the big changes rather than the smaller ones that can feel significant.  You may also each feel differently about how your family is changing and it’s important to recognise this.  One person may feel more positive about the changes than the other, for instance.  In this four part blog series we are going to walk you through how your family might be changing and…

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Preparing for family mediation #4

This set of blogs is a return to the 4 part blog series to look at issues in more dept and to break issues down into manageable chunks for those feeling overwhelmed by issues relating to their separation.   You can look at the first part of the blog talking about practical arrangements for preparing for mediation.  You can also look at the second blog which invites you to consider how emotionally ready you are for family mediation.  The third…

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Preparing for family mediation #3

This set of blogs is a return to the 4 part blog series to look at issues in more dept and to break issues down into manageable chunks for those feeling overwhelmed by issues relating to their separation.   You can look at the first part of the blog talking about practical arrangements for preparing for mediation.  You can also look at the second blog which invites you to consider how emotionally ready you are for family mediation.   In…

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Preparing for family mediation #2

This set of blogs is a return to the 4 part blog series to look at issues in more dept and to break issues down into manageable chunks for those feeling overwhelmed by issues relating to their separation.   You can look at the first part of the blog talking about practical arrangements for preparing for mediation.  In this blog we will look at the emotional aspects of preparing for mediation.  How emotionally ready do you feel for mediation?  Do…

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Preparing for family mediation #1

I thought I would trial going back to 4 part blogs again.  I did this previously and I take an issue and break it down into different parts.  It enables me to look at things from more angles but it also means the blogs are shorter (in theory!).  I’ve noticed my blog length creeping up lately and whilst I think that is helpful sometimes I am also conscious that for those going through a separation overwhelm can kick in quickly. …

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The power of empathy

Have you ever gone to offload to a friend or family member and found yourself feeling annoyed by their apparently sympathetic response but not being sure quite why?  Or perhaps you have put your finger on it and felt they simply wanted to offer you solutions but you wanted to talk about how upset you were?  You knew what the solutions were, you just didn’t want to embrace them yet.   A common difference between both partners in a couple…

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