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 D ,   Richmond Hill    07/22/13 
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I particularly liked your explanation of how a mediation can be a great way to reach an understanding that an agreement is not desirable – this can be a taboo topic but important for mediators to be unbiased and support self-determination rather than try to push an agreement.
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 Paulyn Marrinan Quinn,   Dublin  pmarrinanquinn@eircom.net      07/09/13 
 Your article on expectations from Mediation 
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Thank you. I believe that this message needs to be reinforced. I put emphasis on this theme when teaching and training Mediation/ADRs in the Course (Post Graduate: Conflict & Dispute Resolution Studies) I founded in Trinity College Dublin in 2000. Much appreciated tone of wisdom and authority.
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 kathy goodman,   New York NY  kathy@komaroffgoodman.com      06/13/13 
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This article offers a much needed conversation around all the possible outcomes in mediation, including the value in certain contexts of no agreement. On a personal level as a mediator, it expands my own thinking. Thank you, Kathy Goodman
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 Charlie ,   Glasgow    06/12/13 
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A really thoughtful article which all mediators would do well to read. Thanks.
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