Mediation is a process that creates valid consensus with the aid of a neutral third party skilled in dispute resolution.
Intercultural conflicts also arise in multicultural societies and families: different cultures carry different implicit expectations. Surprise, stress and anger can follow. Traditions and modern expectations of self-fulfillment can equally clash with our peace of mind and others.
Counseling and mediation can help solve problems together, or lead to a separation while remaining friends. This is crucial if we want to care best for our children.
We can learn to use an “ethnological view” in everyday-life and to experience cognitive serenity.