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Surviving The Emotional Loss Of A Loved One: Mediation Can Help You Deal With The Causes Of Divorce


Brian James, President of C.E.L Associates

Mediation, by nature and definition, bridges the emotional gulf that can exist between couples. The need to assess priorities, explore opinions, and achieve compromises requires mediators to learn as much as possible about relationships and the individual partners so that both parties are equally represented. Because the ultimate goal of mediation is mutual satisfaction with the settlement agreement, a good mediator has to listen, understand, and interpret the wide variety of emotions every couple brings to mediation.

Losing someone you once loved through divorce is not quick or sudden. It is a long and agonizing process and a good mediator can help you understand the process and see the light at the end of the tunnel. Understanding just how you feel and what you want for your life is hard for many estranged spouses. You wonder just where things went wrong and examine your reactions to stress and conflict. The degree to which you react and how you function under this stress may determine whether or not you need therapy and the good thing to know is that many mediators work or have professional relationships with life coaches and therapists. These resources can prove invaluable and not only heal lives but improve relationships between spouses and children.

With a skilled mediator in place, the causes for divorce come to the surface and allow each party to accept responsibility and move past mistakes and emotional injuries. Designing a workable divorce agreement is the end product of the discussions and conversations you will have with your mediator. But when all is said and done and you're ready to move on, you are still adjusting to life as a newly single person. It is among the hardest challenges anyone can face and when you are divorced through mediation, critical relationships are diffused and it is a lot easier to move on after resolution.

Coming to terms with loss is not something that comes with your divorce decree. When you choose a litigated divorce you will get a lot of anger and regret with your decree. But mediation affords a degree of understanding and insight with your decree. Having this emotional capital is the first step to opening new chapters of your life.

The many resources available to you through mediation make it a comprehensive approach because having supportive professionals available during and after the mediation process can help you grow from the experience and move on with confidence and resolve. During the initial stages of divorce it is easy to assume that you'll never feel good again but with wise choices and sound guidance, you will be able to meet the challenges of starting over after divorce with dignity and self confidence.



ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brian James, President of C.E.L Associates, focuses on helping divorcing couples end their marriage as amicably as possible. His organization handles mediations for all family and community disputes. They are conveniently located throughout the Chicago suburbs and offer services in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. Brian strictly adheres to mediation services that are professional and maintain the utmost confidentiality for all clients. Helping people resolve their disputes in a non-adversarial way, Brian saves wear and tear emotionally and financially.

He can be contacted by phone at (312)524-5829 or
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