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Because the old relationship isn't going to exist
as it has in the past, doesn't necessarily mean
there can't still be caring and respect.
Times change, people change
and if you can get past the immediacy of your feelings
a new form of relationship can be negotiated.
Sometimes despite the best of intentions,
relationships fail. It happens...
Sometimes the decision to end it is a "mutual" one
but, often, it is not.
The person who has made the decision to initiate it
may have had adequate time to process it all.
that can put them at an unfair advantage.
when anyone is feeling they're not understood
so effective, productive communication can suffer.
911 Relationship Rescue is a Relationship & FamilyCoaching Program
Mia has a Masters Certification in Life & Relationship Coaching.
911 Relationship is about Couples and/or families with issues.
It can consist of Individual, Couples and Family sessions.
Its design is to find out what's not working and why.
It's a step usually taken PRIOR to the decision to legally divorce
But sometimes, it's also something you may decide to try
AFTER you've initiated the first steps.
Relationship Coaching can serve different purposes.
It can determine if there is any way NOT to proceed,
Or it can be used to find a way to proceed with
the least amount of tension and damage to you as a couple,
But it's also about who you are and will be as individuals
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Mediation is a method often chosen by divorcing couples who wish to maintain an amicable relationship with each other throughout the process and avoid the hostility and expense which often accompany litigation.
The mediator guides participants through the issues that will be included in the divorce agreement
so that when the mediation is complete, participants will have the information they need to finalize their divorce.
These are just some of the benefits of choosing to mediate your divorce:
Participants tend to adhere to the terms of mediated agreements vs. litigated judgments
Adherence to agreement terms minimizes or eliminates future litigation
Participants can consolidate expenses by jointly hiring any needed professionals,
such as appraisers, financial neutrals, or child development specialists
Participants have more flexibility in negotiating alimony, child support, and asset valuation and division
than might be available through litigation
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Mia Johnson, M.A.
FAMILY MEDIATION TODAY
Relationship and Family Coaching
In Mediation, the Mediator is NEUTRAL.
their role is to listen calmly and objectively
With "no horse in the race" (so to speak)
they are better able to assist the disputing parties
to define and perhaps, resolve their disagreement
by facilitating their discussions.
and should it become necessary,
guiding them to appropriate resources and advisors
Whatever you decide, moving on is not anyone's failure.
It's an acceptance that what once worked
for all the RIGHT reasons
can no longer work for all the wrong ones
and understanding exactly WHY
is not always guaranteed.
The question is, where are you in your lives?
Mediation is NOT "counseling"
It's NOT about who did what or why...
It's about "where do we go from here."
If Counseling is what you're looking for?
There's another program available.
It's called "Relationship Mediation"
Parents can develop a practical parenting plan that might meet their children's individual needs
Relationship Coaching is an attempt to "restructure" the family.
Like "pre-marital" counseling, it helps to define and address some of the issues leading to your decision.
Legal action is costly because you are paying your attorneys the entire time you are working out the details.
But understand, no matter how much you think you agree, it's important to have legal advice for the final terms.
Later on, relationships and feelings may change.
The reality is that "agreeing in principle" is often different from actually "agreeing in practice."
It's often surprising how the feelings you thought you had dealt with can change.
Participants can maintain amicable relationships
with each other post-divorce.
Using Family Mediation can result in sound decision making,
reconciliation of divergent views, clearing the air
lessening resentment and greater understanding
through improved communication.
This is often crucial in the transformation of relationships.
As a longtime Family therapist and Master Neurolinguistic,
(no, you're not expected to know what that is ...see tab...lol)
Mia's focus is
Children avoid the conflict associated with litigation.