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Nobody Said Mediation Would Be Easy


Like Clare Piro, I think mediation can be a hard thing to do. And while I firmly believe that it is the best option to resolve conflict, I’ll admit it’s still not an easy process.

What makes it hard?

1. You are spending a good deal of time one on one with the other person.

2. You are doing quite a bit of work.

3. You have to make all the decisions.

Why is that hard work worth it?

1. You are spending a good deal of time one on one with the other person.

2. You are doing quite a bit of work.

3. You get to make the decisions.

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