Monthly Archives: December 2011

Listening like a dog

In transformative mediation circles, we often speak of ‘listening like a cow’.  (See my two previous posts on this quality of attention here and here.)  In brief, this simile is referring to the type of listening that is non-judgemental while not … Continue reading

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Varying Spousal Support Arrangements

The Supreme Court of Canada handed down two decisions yesterday that “ruled spousal support arrangements can only be changed if the spouse who is paying can establish a genuine, significant and unexpected change in circumstances“. Professor Nick Bala of Queen’s … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Regret

Watch this 17 minute Tedtalks video of Kathryn Schulz talking about regret and why it’s not such a bad thing after all:

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