Facing Anger During Separation and Divorce

Anger is something most people face going through separation or divorce. It is a dangerous emotion because when we are angry we operate under the assumption that we are right so we stop thinking or evaluating and feel justified in being the judge. Learn healthy and unhealthy expressions of anger and some tips to help…

DivorceCare Class Begins June 2, 2014

http://vimeo.com/55475656 Find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. Denise Coggiola is beginning a 13 week DivorceCare Class on June 2nd at 6:30PM in McKinney Texas. She would love to see you join or pass this to anyone else you think might be able to benefit. For more information please email Denise!

I Love You But Please Change

Marital Relationship Advice – I Love You, But Please Change

    Fortunately, even if you are in a relationship or marriage, that’s heading in a bad direction, their are strategies that can set you and your partner on the right path again.  This article offers marital relationship advice which points out overcoming a gridlock as an important key to putting the relationship back on…

If I already have a lawyer, why do I need a Mediator?

Mediators and attorneys are partners in the legal process. Regardless of the stage of a dispute–whether it’s already in litigation or not there yet–mediation can make a difference. Mediation provides: 1. A framework to negotiate. Most attorneys don’t have any real training in negotiation. Mediators are negotiation experts who understand how to turn the parties…

Why choose a Degreed Mediator?

Mediation is a field that is not yet regulated and therefore the standard of expertise and training for mediators is often hard to judge. Many mediators have had only a minimum amount (usually 40 hours) of “seminar” training. Others tack mediation onto another related practice as a sideline. A degreed mediator has the education, skill,…