“Mediation preferable to court.” – Doc Meek

Wednesday, October 13, 2010. Today I am grateful that legitimate disputes can often be settled amicably by mediation and its variants. Such alternatives are often preferable to court action.

Entrance of the Queen’s Bench of Alberta building (Calgary)

The courts are good, honorable, and valuable. It is also good that there are less formal, less intimidating ways to settle legitimate disputes between persons or agencies.
Disputes, although they may be disagreeable, can be a valuable learning experience. Parents and teachers for years have encouraged children to learn to settle disputes without resort to violence. Adults of every persuasion can follow this example.
Here’s to the people who had the foresight to set up valuable and less expensive ways to settle legitimate disputes.
Doc Meek, Wednesday, October 13, 2010, at Nose Hill Public Library, Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

J. Collins Meek, Ph.D. (Doc Meek)
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4 Responses to ““Mediation preferable to court.” – Doc Meek”

  • Mark:

    Phone me and tell me how things are going.
    Hope to hear from you soon.

  • Hi Mark, Good to hear from you! I don’t have immediate access to a phone right now, so I will send you an email from the computer in the Nose Hill Library, Calgary, Alberta. – Doc, aka Collins 😮

  • Mark:

    Collins tell me the characteristics of a borderline personality.


  • Hi Mark, Glad to hear from you again! My friend David knows the characteristics of a borderline personality better than I do, so I am going to refer your question to him. Blessings, Doc

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