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Eight Good Reasons to Mediate

By Rina Goodman | September 1, 2017

Do the words, “I’ll see you in court!” have a familiar ring to you? Have you ever wished that you could have your day in court so that you can get all that you justly deserve? If your answer to either of these questions is “yes,” it may surprise you to know that getting to…

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Practical Tips & Strategies for Handling Holiday Conflicts with Your Family

By Rina Goodman | December 17, 2015
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A Glimmer of Light: Divorce & Breakups May Not Feel As Bad As You Think

By Rina Goodman | May 18, 2014

It is a rare person who isn’t stricken by grief, fear, and bewilderment when first learning of his or her imminent divorce. Who wouldn’t be overwhelmed by the earth’s sudden shift on its axis, a jolting of reality that is best explained by the word, “surreal?” It isn’t only about dividing your real and personal…

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The Fallability of Certainty

By Rina Goodman | April 2, 2013

You can’t know exactly what’s going on in your neighbor’s house or in his head or his heart. You can make suppositions, you can make assumptions, but you always have to factor in that you can’t know.  ~Interview with John Patrick Shanley, playwright What does it mean to feel “certain?” Is it knowledge? Intuition? In…

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