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Clare Kitteridge
Family Mediator * Lawyer * Direct Child Consultant * Professional Practice Consultant * Winner of MK Women Leaders Award 2016 for Professional Services
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Clare Kitteridge 8h
Replying to @ZiziSulkin
Very different from my salon where I went for a patch test today. Strict social distancing, requirement to wear a mask at all times, spraying the door and area with every client entering/exiting. All very organised and felt as safe as one can be in any indoors setting.
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Clare Kitteridge 22h
Replying to @rantingsofalady
Gosh. I’ve no doubt this girls mum will be eternally grateful. So pleased to hear she is ok. Choking is one of my worst nightmares as a parent.
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Clare Kitteridge 23h
A lockdown highlight- amazing fine dining takeaway. Missing live music & good food (my cooking is definitely not up to scratch) so enjoyed this on a night we would have been at a weekend festival. Tasted superb 👌🏻
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 3
Absolutely 🙌🏻
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 3
Replying to @Mediate_Dispute
Terrible to hear. I’m afraid I have similar bad experiences from solicitor life. It’s not good and all too often affects women more than men (although unacceptable and awful for either to experience)
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 3
My grey is not a particularly nice colour so I will be back at the hairdressers. Some gray tones look fabulous. Do whatever makes you feel good I say.
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 3
Replying to @dostufftogether
What a wonderfully uplifting thread!
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 2
Absolutely. I also ask the clients to reflect on whether they are open to other options stating that if they are fixed on an outcome mediation is unlikely to have the best possible chance of success
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 2
Yes I hear this regularly in mediation- on advice from solicitors/ friends/ someone down the pub etc. When I explore in mediation there is usually no understanding of why to help them both understand-just going on advice given.
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 1
(2/2) My latest blog reflects on the emotional response to divorce & separation and why I believe we still have a long way to go as a society to properly address the impact of divorce
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 1
I believe divorce/separation is just like any trauma one can face in life. It it’s not properly addressed at the time, sometimes with professional help, it can impact all areas of life from just feeling miserable & unable to move forward to feeling physically unwell (1/2)
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 1
Tilly enjoyed a reunion with her doggy friends today who she hasn’t seen since March. Wonderful to see these pictures from our dog walker
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Clare Kitteridge Jul 1
Replying to @LouisaWhitney
And so you should be. A wonderful achievement. Be proud.
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Clare Kitteridge Jun 30
With you there! Another 2 weeks for me. An end is in sight to these roots! A real boost for us all!
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Mike Horton Jun 29
New FPR PD36T - 'temporary' change to financial remedy consent order procedure. Online mandatory from 24 August 2020 where applicant legally represented. So 2 months to get signed up to the online system. Why anyone would choose to send it to regional centre and wait months ...?
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Clare Kitteridge Jun 29
Replying to @m417ead
I’ve really struggled with lethargy so I completely get this but we have to be kind to ourselves too. It’s been an emotionally exhausting time. I haven’t even managed to do home 10 minute routines. I’m hoping this will be the start! Fingers crossed 🤞
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Clare Kitteridge Jun 29
Back on the saddle-finally found some energy after 4 months of lockdown to get out there. Typical that it was a particularly windy evening! 😅
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Clare Kitteridge Jun 28
Replying to @LouisaWhitney
Brilliant!
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Clare Kitteridge Jun 28
Replying to @Mediate_Dispute
Oh really?! I’m hooked (didn't see it in 2018 obviously) 😅
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Matt Haig Jun 28
Sure, lockdown poses its own challenges. But can we please stop pretending our former world of long working hours, stressful commutes, traffic jams, hectic crowds, shopping centres, infinite choice, mass consumerism, air pollution and 24/7 everything was a mental health utopia.
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