"Real Life Reality Shake-Up Requires Mediation Skills" There was a news piece recently about an Oregon man who was charged with the crime of catching rainwater and using it to irrigate his property, and to prevent fires on the largely wooded acreage, as he has been doing for 20 years, he says. The local government is the plaintiff in the case.
"If Bethenny Frankel Was My Mediation Client" OMG! Dr. Amador, Bethenny Frankel’s therapist, gave her the exact same advice in Monday night’s May 14th episode of “Bethenny Ever After” that I gave in my post in early May 2012 titled Perfect Words for Paralyzing Moments.
"Speak From the Heart" My Roger Davies story turned out surprisingly well. I had to respond in a confrontation with him; punting wasn’t a possibility.
"Perfect Words for Paralyzing Moments" Have you experienced at least one paralyzing moment in your life? They are those times when we are unexpectedly confronted by someone who, by the message they are delivering, is threatening our security and control over our livelihood, an intimate relationship, a friendship, or a family bond.
"Nothing Beats Listening in a Dispute" It’s hard to listen. The voice in our own heads demands our constant attention. We have our points of view; and of course, they are well thought out positions of fact. But I have found that the best way to engage in a tough discussion is to listen.
"Detaching From Money is Gold" Detaching from a financial opportunity is extremely hard. It always has been difficult to walk away from an income source, but more so now that the economy is so fragile and work insecure.
Divorce Resources on Tamara Leigh's Trend OnAre divorce and amicable mutually exclusive? How can mediation and negotiation help before stepping into divorce court? Join Tamara Leigh with guest Judith M. Weigle