Save Your Marriage Mediation

Save Your Marriage
Save Your Marriage mediation is for couples, married or not, who want to explore their options for resolving conflict that could lead to divorce or a break-up. It focuses on problem solving and although it is not therapy, many couples find it therapeutic as they explore their options for resolving the issues affecting their relationships. Save Your Marriage mediation is a practical and inexpensive way to address problems in a safe and supportive environment.

The following is a short list of common issues and by no means the only issues that can be resolved by Save Your Marriage mediation.  

  • Finances and money
  • Infidelity
  • Trust and respect
  • Realistic and unrealistic expectations
  • Interference from others
  • Time management
  • Intimacy
  • Relationship goals
  • Communication
  • Household chores
  • Priorities 
  • Relationship roles and responsibilities

Here are some costs of divorce.

  • Divorce has huge financial and emotional costs
  • Divorce has a negative impact on the standard of living for the entire family, including children
  • Divorce impacts children's time they spend with each parent
  • Divorce encourages a lack of cooperation when parenting
  • Divorce breeds bad-mouthing of each other and alienation of the children from one or both parents
  • Divorce encourages " the grass is greener" kind of thinking when there is an expectation that problems will vanish as a result of divorce and obtaining a new spouse or partner, or just being single again
  • Divorce encourages family and friends to take sides causing the breakdown of a family's social structure
  • Divorce does not take away the negative feelings, but causes them to grow

Why bother with mediation? People don't change!

Think back 5 or 10 years. Are you the same person? Most likely the answer is "no". Is your spouse or partner the same person? Probably, not. 

The fact is, people do change over time and are capable of making changes. Save Your Marriage mediation focuses on meeting the needs of each person, creating mutually acceptable solutions and bringing people together to solve what may seem to be insurmountable relationship problems.