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"Growing Through Divorce" Support Group Begins In June, 2012!

Palm Springs Divorce Recovery Group Begins June, 2012 Marriage Counselor/Divorce Coach, Bev Jewell, is offering another 6 week "Growing Through Divorceā„¢" support group beginning the first week of ...
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Preserving AUTONOMY While Supporting MUTUALITY

Is mediation the best choice for you? Will the other person in your life participate at all, or participate fairly? We can't answer those questions. We can speak to how mediation might work for you ...
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One reason why people become "stuck" is that they develop patterns of dealing with conflict, over time, with their spouses, domestic partners, employers, children, inlaws, and just about everybody ...
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What are some of the ADVANTAGES to CO-MEDIATION?

Q. What are some of the advantages of co-mediation? I think about filing for divorce, and I want to ensure it doesn't destroy our children. But my husband and I cannot talk anymore without yelling and ...
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