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20 October 2018 book releases: "A Mindful Divorce. Uncoupling with the Collaborative Process "

A Good Divorce: difficult but possible

The end of a relationship with the couple in crisis. Then if we add, resentment, desire for revenge and anger, the mix can become explosive and make life impossible for everyone. If we view the problems in a different and constructive manner, and often even make life better.

We are living in times where, in the case of different reasons, the number of divorces is on the rise and children. Nonetheless, the family crisis is experienced by the ex-partner as a drama and often as a war to be won.

With this book, I want to make it clear that there is no battle to win a family crisis:Introduction

A book about Mindful, Peaceful and Conscious Divorce from a Divorce Lawyer with a litigator background? Does not this look odd? I have been in court, I have been in court, I have been in court, I have been in court, I have been in court. I'm always going to be the worst, especially for children. In fact, most of the divorce cases involve children and they are often the real victims of conflict. The longer the proceedings, the more complicated the relationship between the parties. Therefore, my resolve was to seek the alternative relationship between the warring parents and kids.

I have seen how the issues behind separation and divorce are the same the world over. Judges and lawyers in the US and in Europe are facing the same situations. The couple fight on support, parenting time, vacations, the home, furniture pieces and even wedding gifts. In actual fact, it is all about excuse, the problems are of a nature, but they are just a few years ago. One way for a mindful, conscious and respectful divorce is Collaborative Practice. This process offers the parties the space, the tools and the professional help to put into focus and definitively resolve family conflicts positively where all the parties are winners, especially children.

How to help those in difficulty

As we will see, when it is in the midst of a conflict Often friends, parents and relatives, teachers, psychologists and even the family doctor or spiritual guide.

Whoever wants to help you? It does not matter who is right or wrong. They should not judge or deepen the conflict; if they do, they will just cause more harm. It's better to step back, stay close to those involved, try to lower the tone to help you understand. There is not a battle to fight and there are not, nor should there be, winners or losers.

This change in attitude, a real and true no-war pact between the ex-partners is always indispensable when there are children. It is necessary to remind parents that they happen in their lives, they will be able to continue to be as good as they can.

They cause useless damage which is often irreparable for the children. Maintaining an open dialogue, learning to relate to a different way.

Why a book on Collaborative Practice?

Collaborative Practice started in the United States at the end of the eighties. There are several publications and scientific articles on this subject for the general public. I think a book, with the direct testimony of people who have experienced the collaborative practice, is the best tool to understand a method which has solved many cases in the world.

This book is a simple, easy-to-understand tool for those interested in collaborative practices, for the parties as well as for professionals and lawyers who want to understand this innovative method.


IN MINDFUL DIVORCE

eBook by Armando Cecatiello
The end of a relationship with the couple in crisis. If we add resentment, desire for revenge and anger, the mix can become explosive and make life impossible for everyone. If we view the problems in a different and constructive manner, and often even make life better.
This book is meant for married or married couples involved in a family crisis and who seeks a successful method to find shared and lasting solutions to their problems. It is also geared for professionals wanting a full picture of the collaborative process: lawyers, psychologists, social workers and those in conflict. They will find in Collaborative Process an innovative, non-judicial method to solve a conflict.
There is no battle to win: true victory is finding shared solu-tions together that benefit all, children included.
Armando Cecatiello, Divorce Lawyer, Mediator and Writer, has handled divorce cases both in the courtroom and outside of the judicial system for over 20 years. Specialized in Collaborative Pro-cess as well as a trainer in this innovative method, he has a vast experience in all areas of family law where he employs a con scious and sustainable approach.

How this book is organized

All aspects of the collaborative practice are explained using examples, cases and true histories that make the situation comprehensible, even the most complicated. Obviously the names of the people have been changed to respect their privacy.

Due to its structure, the book allows for an understanding of the collaborative practice method and possible use. One must consider, however, that this is a case for a precise evaluation of one's personal and financial situation, considering the importance and intricacy of the questions and their outcome.

Who is this book for?

In the first place, this book is meant to be a marriage to a family crisis and to seek a solution to the problems involved. It is also geared for professionals wanting a full picture of the collaborative practice: lawyers, psychologists, social workers and those who deal with conflict in general and family crisis in particular. They will find an innovative, non-judicial method to solve a conflict.

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