Be the person you want to be. Respond in a way that keeps you calm and neutral, if not positive. This can help keep a situation from escalating as well as helping you to stay grounded.Read More
Clarity Mediation helps separating and divorcing couples reach a satisfactory and individualized settlement agreement.
It is our responsibility in a relationship to be aware of our own growth and needs as well as those of our partner.
Our egos can help us get through tough situations but it can also dig a deeper hole if we don’t keep it in check.
We’ve all had that experience when we’re trying to say something important and a particular word or phrase comes out of our mouth that just shoots the other person to the moon.
The things we think about the other person when we’re mad at them usually aren’t nice and if we come right out and say them, we’ll probably make things worse.
Taking time to love and appreciate your own self makes you a more grounded and secure person, which feels good to you and is attractive to others – personally, socially and professionally.
Divorce is never easy. But if you take your time, it will go more smoothly than if you try ram it through.
Tell yourself this is how you want to be (today, this week, or forever) and try to keep coming back to it throughout your time.
Men, heads up! “Only the mother of a child born out of wedlock is entitled to custody of the child, unless the father legitimates the child... Otherwise, the mother may exercise all parental power over the child.”
Most of us can decide if we want to be happy or not. When we’re happy, it not only makes us feel good and enjoy life more but it does so for those close to us.
Our negative feelings don’t actually go away. Rather, they lurk inside us and can make us a generally unhappy person, which not good for our long-term health.
Be your best self in the face of conflict
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