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An Approach to High Conflict People/Martin Rosenfeld

July 24, 2011


Bill Eddy is an attorney, mediator, and therapist. In July’s edition of,Attorney Eddy explains how to deal with High Conflict People by a method called E.A.R. We can ca;m people’s upsetedness by showing Empathy, Attention, and Respect. Working with the self-evident proposition that High Conflict People get upset rather easily, Attorney Eddy lays out […]

The Art of the Possible/Martin Rosenfeld

July 17, 2011


Noemie Emery of the Weekly Standard has written an incisive piece about the budget talks. Democrats, she says, talk about what the country should do in areas of medical, social, and national welfare. However, as she points out, what a country should do is not always synonymous with what the country can do. Discussion regarding […]

Avoiding the Fate of Greece/Martin Rosenfeld

July 10, 2011


Howard Kurtz has written an insightful article for the Daily Beast website on the reasons the budget talks between the Democrats and Republicans are going nowhere. He talks of the posturing, the political intrigue and the lack of candor found on both sides. Neither party comes out looking well in the analysis of politics as […]

Rush to Judgment/Martin Rosenfeld

July 3, 2011


Cy Vance became the District Attorney for the NY borough of Manhattan less than 2 years ago. The local newspapers have declared “open season” on Mr. Vance after high-profile court “losses” were followed by the recent news that a rape case he has chosen to prosecute, against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a candidate for high office in […]