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Grandparents, grandchildren and mediation

When parents separate, family members can be drawn into conflict, which may result in grandparents and extended family members being unable to see the children. However in these cases agreements can be made through mediation.

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Conflict, Divorce and Children

As a former primary school teacher our mediator Rebecca has seen first-hand the effects of divorce and separation on children. This blog explores why this may be the case and how mediation can help.

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‘Divorce Day’ the Survival Guide

Each year the first Monday back to work after Christmas results in a peak in people looking to start divorce proceedings. TFMT has created a survival guide for those who a struggling with separation at the beginning of the year.

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When Does Communication Become ‘Too Much Of A Good Thing’?

Over-sharing information through social media can become toxic. This blog looks into how written words can lead to misunderstandings, and how mediation can help set the ground rules for effective communication.

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Children over Christmas

For the children of separated parents, Christmas is a time when conflict has the potential to escalate. This blog provides advice over the five day Christmas Covid plan and includes a few considerations to help smooth over some of the challenges.

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Recognising a Narcissist

It is estimated that narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) will feature in more than 30% of the cases we see as mediators. Because of this, it is important that you, as an ex-partner/co-parent, as well as us mediators, know what to look out for when dealing with a narcissist.

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Narcissism in the Family

Having a narcissistic ex-partner is an extremely challenging experience, and one that is often made even harder when children are involved. This blog explains how narcissistic parents can impact the lives and mental health of children and how you, as a co-parent, can limit the negative effects of this.

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Understanding the Role of Parental Co-Ordination

Parental Co-Ordinators work with parents to create a 'co-parenting alliance' through improving communication and getting rid of old patterns of destructive behaviour. Doing this puts your child at the centre of your thoughts rather than in the centre of the conflict.

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How Parental Co-Ordination Can Help your Family?

Parental Co-Ordination aims to create a positive co-parent relationship where decisions can be made amicably, and children are at the centre of your thoughts. Because of this, Parental Co-Ordination is able to have long lasting positive effects on you and your children alike.

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