SENSITIVITIES: can shape how people view and manage conflict. Being aware and empathetic during times when people are in conflict or having difficult conversations is central to a successful outcome. I guess I should start by apologizing for the delay in posting Part 2. Having a busy and thriving mediation practice is amazing and I’m so
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Hi, my name is Julie Gill and I’m a mediator. (You can picture me standing in a room during at a support meeting can’t you? haha) I run a private practice called Families First Mediation. Each day I go to my office and think – How will I build my mediation empire? Mediators can help
Yesterday I read an article published by the Toronto Star (you can read the whole article below) about a family that is in conflict with each other and a government agency about the care of a person. Mom is 91 and is living with Alzheimer’s. Dad is 83 and able to care for mom with some help.
I wasn’t happy…that was not a surprise to me or probably anyone else. The exception of course being my husband at the time who was “fine”. Isn’t that a female term that causes men to fear that however they respond it will be wrong? The dilemma? To stay in my marriage for the sake of
On this week’s show we talk about The Sandwich Generation with my guests: Brian McMurter from McMurter & Associates Randy Filinski from CARP Ajax-Pickering Are you stuck in the middle of caring for aging parents AND raising your kids? Then you are part of the sandwich generation. There are different definitions but being sandwiched by
We Need to Talk is a show that helps make difficult conversations a little easier. This week we talked about Bullying. Most people have somehow been impacted by bullying but it’s not something we like to talk about. Bullying can take many forms – physical, verbal or social and it can happen anywhere. On the