Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Freeze, Spring, and Mediation

We had an unusual low temperature of 19 degrees this winter in Tucson. As a result of the freezing temperature pipes burst and many plants may not survive. Even though many plants don’t look healthy, it is hard to tell which will survive. Now it is spring and many of the plants have dead limbs but also peaking out in new places is new growth. It may take a while for the plants to get back to where they were but they survived. This reminds me of people we help with divorce mediation. They have often suffered a severe emotional experience like the freezing temperatures. With our help there is spring, new growth and not only do they survive but they are even better. As always, you can post any comment about this blog or Divorce Mediation, or just Mediation by following the directions at the right in the green column or at the bottom of this website. Learn more about mediation at WM(214) 4/9/11

1 comment:

William Anderson said...

Hi Author!

I am so glad that I have found your website. I have been doing research about divorce and legal separation specializing in divorce mediation. We are aware that courts would always encourage couples to talk about their problems before getting further with their cases, it was according to an article that I have read about devorce mediation. If a marriage had experienced domestic abuse, what should be the appropriate action for this? Is this ground for settlement or it would be another story? I really need your opinion on this. Thanks.