Faith Middleton, NPR personality, asks “What do you want for your children?”

Faith and divorce mediator Bruce Clements agreed that the focus of divorce should shift to the children. Judges and mediators should put this question front and center: “What do you want for your children?” They advocate collaborate divorce to prevent the “poisoning” of children by one of the parents. Bruce Clements has published ten previous books. He lives in Windham, Connecticut.

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2 thoughts on “Faith Middleton, NPR personality, asks “What do you want for your children?”

  1. Faith Middleton’s show is one indication of a sea change in attitudes towards child custody. A member of the SPC recently went into divorce court convinced that he faced a tough custody battle. But, the judge immediately sent the case to family relations for mediation. Family relations quickly worked out a nearly 50-50 shared custody arrangement. It was an early Christmas present for the two boys, ages 3 and 5.

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