Ever wondered how to have a difficult conversation and keep it on track? Rachael talks you through a few key concepts she uses when it comes to keeping the conversation calm and directed.
In this weeks episode of the podcast Emma Heuston, The Remote Expert (and recovering family lawyer), interviews Rachael about how to have a difficult conversation. Rachael shares some powerful mediation skills she uses and some of her own tips and tricks to diffuse unhelpful conversations and conflict that arises after separation and divorce.
To negotiate and discuss difficult topics you need to develop some emotional intelligence by activating the frontal lobe or human brain rather than being lured into our fight or flight part of our brain. A few ways to do that are:
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We also mention the fabulous book Untying the Knot: How to Consciously Uncouple in the Real World written by Kate Gunn. A great read that we thoroughly recommend!
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