In mediation, we take the time to discuss more than the nuts and bolts of asset division and who spends what holiday with the children.
We’ve previously discussed how we communicate in mediation, including the benefit of a talking stick when working with high conflict couples.
While infidelity in pop culture always spells the end of the marriage, Jane Brody explains that cheating can, paradoxically, be the trigger that sets a couple on a course of exploration, communication and ultimately healing.
Viet Thanh Nguyen, Pulitzer award winning author of The Sympathizer, wrote in yesterday’s New York Times about the value of listening.
Daphne de Marneffe writes in the New York Times about how couples can make the transition over the years from starry eyed newly in love to long term intimate love.