A young psychology student was visting a mental institute. The visitor asked the doctor leading the tour how doctors determined when it was time for a patient to be crazy enough to be institutionalized. The doctor said “We actually have a relatively simple test. First, we fill up a bathtub with water. Then we ask […]
People in conflict often start their self-assessment of their “chances to win in court” with an assumption: “I’m right, and everyone else will eventually understand the obvious.” It should go without saying (but it bears repeating) that if everyone in conflict has that same analysis, at least 50% of people in conflict are likely to […]
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Even positive sarcasm has its limits: An MIT linguistics professor was lecturing his class the other day. “In English,” he said, “a double negative forms a positive. However, in some languages, such as Russian, a double negative remains a negative. But there isn’t a single language, not one, in which a double positive can express […]
“Diplomacy is the art of letting someone else have your own way.”
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Resolution Point offers remote mediation services at no extra charge when parties can’t be in the same room due to schedules or other conflicts:
- ▪ 4-way phone conference calling
- ▪ Video conferencing
- ▪ Internet connectivity which allows parties to watch everything remotely on their computer screen as it’s happening in our office.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
“Saving time and money are not the most important reasons to consider mediation. The main reason to consider mediation is to preserve a civil and even friendly relationship between two people who want to go their own ways but who don’t want to be enemies for life. Resolution Point works with couples to find areas of agreement and identify common interests, especially those involving children. Where the interests of husband and wife conflict as they inevitably will, Danny is excellent at helping couples understand their options so they can arrive at a middle ground that they can both live with. I highly recommend mediation and using Resolution Point.”