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Getting Along Is Easier Than You Think.
Learn how well managed conflict creates the best outcomes.
Gabrielle is a trusted and experienced mediator.
TELEVISION AND YOUTUBE APPEARANCES
Better Apart: The Radically Positive Way To Separate
Ending The Divorce Stigma
High conflict divorce mediation
Tips on how to talk to your children about divorce
Some attorneys liked parts of their pandemic lifestyles so much, they’ve made some changes permanent
GABRIELLE HARTLEY AND BETTER APART
PODCAST AND RADIO COVERAGE.
Conflict Resolution Made Easy: Managaing the Five Destructive Behaviors We All Have with Gabrielle Hartley on Divorce & Beyond
Gabrielle’s YES method is unveiled, and Bela and her discuss strategic gems to using conflict to get ALL relationships to a better place!
The Best Thing to Happen to Divorce in Ages with Very Special Guest, Gabrielle Hartley on The Divorce & Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. #144
Nina Collins in Conversation with Gabrielle Hartley, ESQ. ((The Woolfer Expert Series with Nina Collins)
I Heart Radio Joe Bartlett’s Show Listen January 26!
Family Mediator Gabrielle Hartley Gives Her Best Tips for the Divorced and Divorcing! -Winter Wheeler
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Is it possible to get along better? Yes, with 3 simple steps for conflict resolution!
Conflict is everywhere―in our homes, at work, on our social media feeds. But conflict isn’t inherently bad… in fact, it’s a normal and healthy part of human relationships, but many of us aren’t good at managing conflict in our everyday lives.
In The Secret to Getting Along (And Why it’s Easier Than You Think!), divorce attorney and mediator Gabrielle Hartley brings more than two decades of divorce mediation experience to helping you learn how to resolve conflict in ways that strengthen your relationships, reflect your values, and lead to positive outcomes for everyone involved.
“Reading this book will change everything you thought you knew about conflict resolution and how to actually get along better. “
― Natasha Sizlo, author of All Signs Point To: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Paris
“Gabrielle Hartley’s approach to conflict resolution is simple, effective, and potentially life-changing. A must-read in this world that feels increasingly at odds!”
― Susan Guthrie, Esq, co-founder and CEO, Mosten Guthrie Academy
“The Secret to Getting Along (And Why it’s Easier Than You Think) offers step-by-step tools to manage conflict and move through it so you can actually have greater connection.”
― Elizabeth Cohen, PhD, clinical psychologist and author of Light at the Other Side of Divorce
While many of us may be better together, some of us can actually become BETTER APART
Whether your separation is amicable, or your ex is combative, Better Apart; The Radically Positive Way to Separate can help you find peace, calm, and hope. Blending practical advice from a legal perspective together with spiritual wisdom, Gabrielle and Elena are experts and realists who have created a simple five-step process that uses original meditations, perspective-shifting exercises, and fresh suggestions to help you get through your divorce.
The first half of this book, which contains the exercises you will need to get through are also available through an online platform. The second half of the book contains practical tips to help you navigate process, money, co-parenting and so much more.
“Potent, accesible tools for your family and your future.”
“Think of it as the ‘conscious uncoupling’ how-to.”
“In their new book, Better Apart, Gabrielle Hartley and Elena Brower advise those going through a separation to employ the wisdom of Marie Kondo…[saying] Kondo’s technique can help anyone in the midst of a breakup, whether it’s a messy divorce of a heartbreaking split.”
-New York Post
DISCLAIMER: The commentary, advice, and opinions from Gabrielle Hartley are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice or mental health services. You should contact an attorney and/or mental health professional in your state to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem.