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Don April 14, 2014 at 06:01 PM
Please, no mentioned offended, but you. That's a guise to avoid the issue just as you changed theRead Morete rm giveaway to contest and contest to well contest My comments are predicated solely on this: Be genuine, say what you mean, mean what you say. If you have a good product you do not have to manipulate the public for as it was said so well in Field of Dreams :"build it and they will come" I'm still not offended by the way. Just providing insight no not incite so the you portray yourself in the best light to us, the public What of those that don't Facebook. You've possibly lost a large audience potential. Besides missing out on the disengenuine "like".
Karen Ard April 14, 2014 at 06:40 PM
Thanks Don.
Don April 15, 2014 at 01:49 PM
you missed a re-invigorated marketing opportunity by being....... well see your justification andRead Moresa lutation.
Don April 14, 2014 at 09:31 AM
Note to file: Per this Therapist(?) her approach is "eclectic", her word not mine. ThatRead Morein itself says, stay away from these experiments: You're the Guinea pig. I see she worked at the "Territorial Apprehension Center"- guess she was working on boundaries. Yes I'm a bit peeved for these approaches mess with peoples lives. Ask her her success rate. How many happy people ratio? What is her pragmatic plan? Does she promote repairing or moving on? Moving on is the easy route; Do the hard work it pays off better And yes, immaturity is the most likely culprit no matter your age. All of you are stronger than that. Seek help if needed, but be very leery of many for they're likely just as if not more so screwed up than you feel you are. And that doesn't take reading Tea leaves either
Susan Rowen, LMFT April 14, 2014 at 10:49 AM
As a response to the above comments! Of course, working out conflict between people is the bestRead Moreres olve. However, often one partner or both partners has made a decision that leads to dissolution of the marriage, even after months of therapy. Therapists often see couples who already have an agenda, or at least one person had made a decision. Going to therapy is often the last resort. The divorce group is not a therapy group. It is a support group. The group offers a safe and non judgmental arena for people who have already made the decision to divorce. Hopefully, their decision has been made after some kind of professional intervention to see if the marriage can be saved. A divorce support group can provide a place to discuss the issues, feelings of loss and grief surrounding a marriage that has ended. The group provides a place where people can discuss practical options for resolving problems that arise after a decision has been made to dissolve the marriage. Education about issues, such as dealing with loss, anger, finances, single parenting, co-parenting, custody, visitation, dating, entering a new relationship and discussion about these issues provides the possibility of a more positive outcome to a situation that is beyond repair. Solutions and skills offered often lead to more cooperative and positive outcome for adults and children involved in the divorce process. Education and cooperation does not make the pain go away but it can help to ease the conflict and anger and grief associated with the divorce process.
Don April 15, 2014 at 01:31 PM
Ahhh Susan, unfortunately you glossed over or missed my point(s). People in these states need aRead Moreproa ctive, plan driven support group. You as the moderator for the choice of a better term are the one who develops, implements that plan. Proactive means its a "postive" solution driven approach. Proactive means telling them the hard truth of their errors not feeling their pain. In times like this, people need a "Referee" not someone to feel their pain. For if you Referee real conflict resolution can occur. So don't "feel their pain", Referee to resolve. Have I explained it better and clarified the fallacies of feel good, so that they may have the opportunity to really feel good and correct "knee jerk" Remember: you are dealing with peoples well-being not just the ones in the chair, but also the ones affected by the one in the chair
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