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  • 05/03/16--10:08: 9 Years a Slave
  • {4:06 minutes to read} A friend and dear colleague of […]

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  • 05/17/16--07:18: Walking the Razor’s Edge
  • {2:33 minutes to read} We mediators often do walk a […]

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    {4:00 minutes to read} That’s right. Not every comment, statement, […]

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  • 07/07/16--12:10: The Red Flags
  • {4:30 minutes to read} I recently conducted a consultation with […]

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    {3:54 minutes to read} For those of us of a […]

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    {4:30 minutes to read} Cheat: The act of deceiving or […]

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    {4:24 minutes to read} Frida Kahlo de Rivera was a […]

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    {4:42 minutes to read} Every once in awhile, a client […]

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  • 02/03/17--10:06: Choice
  • {3:54 minutes to read} As with many things in life, when something comes at you in threes, it’s kind of like the universe tapping you on the shoulder to pay attention. The topic of “choice” showed up for me in that way. Just before the holidays, I received a gift from my colleague and friend, [...]

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    {3:36 minutes to read}  Recently a very, very close friend of our family passed away. She was my mother’s oldest and dearest friend. She was family. Her health had been deteriorating of late, but her death came as quite a shock to those of us who knew and loved her.We all called her “Darling,” because [...]

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    {4:06 minutes to read} No matter which spouse wants out of the marriage, there invariably comes a time when there may be some second guessing. This is not to say that there is going to be a reconciliation, but the fact of the matter is that, as with all big decisions, the actual reality may [...]

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    {3:48 minutes to read} Without getting into politics—and I know it’s difficult not to these days—the purpose of my article is to see the macrocosm of our current governmental divisions and compare it to the microcosm of the negotiations that couples engage in when mediating. In watching the continued stalemates in Washington unfold, I [...]

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    {3:48 minutes to read} The World War I masterpiece All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque was not required reading when I was in high school. I was intrigued to tackle it recently as a result of a reference in another novel I recently finished. Oh my. I have not been [...]

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    {4:12 minutes to read} There are so many acronyms these days between emails/texts, Facebook, Twitter and the like that, unless you are engaged in it regularly, you just can’t figure out what the heck they mean. The obvious ones being: LOL; IMHO; BTW; and BFF. One day I was speaking with my sister Judith, [...]

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    {3:54 minutes to read} You will likely be reading this after the July 4th holiday, but I wrote it right after the Memorial Day weekend. There is a synergy about the timing. During the Memorial Day weekend this year, as every year, there were lots and lots of movies and documentaries on TV extolling [...]

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    {3:54 minutes to read} During my initial consultation, when I meet a couple for the first time, I think it’s important to put some context to the mediation process before they decide whether mediation is appropriate for them. So in addition to describing the process, distinguishing mediation from litigation and laying out the general [...]

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