Do you find it hard genuinely connecting with others and maintaining meaningful relationships?

Do people misunderstand you and assign you

wrong motives?

Do you find yourself apologizing first or taking the high road during arguments?

Whether the conflict is with a spouse, a difficult relative, or a best friend, ongoing conflict can cause stress and impact many areas of your life.

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, thanks for being honest.

We help you identify, understand and resolve conflict productively.

Is This You?

  • Frustrated
  • Agitated
  • Stressed most of the time
  • Highly emotional
  • Overreacts
  • Searching for peace
  • Exhausted by unhealthy relationships
If your life looks like some of the bullet points above, you may relate to some of the experiences below.
  • You delay co-parent discussions with your ex to avoid unnecessary frustration?
  • You leave family gatherings early because the drama gives you anxiety?
  • You avoid calling your siblings because you guys are always arguing?
  • You accommodate your partner for fear of jepoardizing the relationship future?
  • You compromise quality rest so your employer thinks you can handle everything?
  • You nod your head in agreement when given advice just to speed up the conversation?
How does this make you feel? Not so good right? What are you going to do about it????

What Others Say About You

  • Aggressive
  • Angry
  • Poor Communicator
  • Easily Irritated
  • Low Tolerance
  • Defensive
  • Easily Offended
Most days you don't care what others think or say about you, but whenyou keep hearing the same things it may be time to take notice. Do you want to learn new ways to manage the conflict in your life, but don't know how?


  • You don’t know how to manage the stress of “falling out” with your best friend.
  • You regularly suppress your feelings, but in a fit of rage you regretfully explode.
  • You try to talk about the issues but others are intent on misunderstanding you.
  • You have tried everything you can think of to make things better, but things are only getting worse.
  • You find yourself snapping at people, even overreacting because they don't listen.
  • Your patience is short and you try to avoid drama at all cost, but people even take that the wrong way.
  • After every argument you are left feeling emotionally exhausted and frustrated.
There is no amount of fighting, arguing or avoiding that can improve unresolved conflict. You have to respectfully confront conflict, have difficult discussions, be vulnerable, forgive and consider other perspectives. Did you know unmanaged conflict keeps you from living an authentic life and having genuine relationships? I know you want something better for you life. Something better for your relationships.

What You Need

I know you’re seeking peace, reconciliation and overall less stress, but you attract who you are. Once you become a calm, rational, easy-going person other areas of your life will follow. Changing your approach will require you to give up the desire to have the last word and be right. Don’t let your fear of conflict and hard conversations keep you from working through issues in relationships that matter. Conflict is inevitable, so you may as well embrace it. You need to change your perspective about it. You need to change your approach to handling it. Having conflict can offer an opportunity to explore creative alternatives. Now is the time to embrace conflict because every healthy relationship has it, you just have to know how to manage it. You should consider finding a safe space and person that will let you be yourself to work through the conflict you’re facing. Do you need a safe place to manage conflict ???? Of course you do. Click the link below to schedule a consultation button and let's discuss it.


Whether you fume quietly, verbally explode, or want to resort to physical violence, we want to get you relating to others in a productive way that works.

Agreeing to disagree is a real thing and we can show you how to preserve your sanity. Speaking up for yourself, honoring your values and creating healthy boundaries can quickly increase your personal peace.

We want to help you embrace who you are, respect who others are, and manage the differences in the middle. Disagreement doesn’t mean rejected, nor does it have to end in war. If your goal is finding better ways to relate with the people you love, and dealing with the ones you don’t,




Comprehensive solutions for streamlined problem solving



    Informal alternative to litigation, two or more parties invested in an outcome but need help reaching a mutual decision to resolve conflict.


    Enhancing problem solving skills. Proven strategies to prevent, manage & resolve conflict at the lowest level.



    We work with you 1-on-1 through the conflict to manage and productively resolve problems. Peaceful disagreement. 




    Mediation can facilitate the logistics of ending the marriage and conversations needed for cordial co-parenting.


    Mediation can also help establish separation agreement for couples considering separation. During mediation points of contention are thoroughly discussed toward a mutual agreement.


    Mediation can help transition the relationship from what was, to what will be.



    Mediation can bring to the light unspoken expectations enabling boundaries to be set for mutual understanding. It can also help respectfully dissolve a home-sharing agreement to preserve a valued relationship.



    Mediation can be beneficial for adult children or caregivers of an elderly/disabled person, helping them through life transitions. A skilled neutral mediator can be valuable in the process of difficult decision making.


    Neutrals can help loved ones explore conservatorship, guardianship, living wills, estates, healthcare power of attorney and hopefully come to a mutually agreed upon decision in the best interest of the person.




    Mediation can create an opportunity for parents to hear each other to get on the same page on how to best parent their child. Mediation is needed when parents cannot reach an agreement on how best to co-parent, divide responsibilities, make decisions in the best interest of the child.


    (these issues can also be discussed in our  coaching programs before having children)



    Finances | Deal-Breakers | Consequences


    Mediation can remove the stigma of having an emotionally charged conversation about finances and other marital issues.


    Mediators help couples discuss the reasons behind the request and develop an understanding of their beloved’s position, working toward an understanding.

    (These issues can also be discussed in our personal coaching programs)



    Mediation can create a safe space to work through stressful dynamics causing residual problems. It allows a facilitated opportunity to state positions, needs and wants. Mediation can clear up confusion, allowing participating family members to move toward a healthier relationship.