Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the mentoring model set at six months?

Based on a significant amount of relationship research combined with our existing experience, six months is a general estimate of the amount of time it takes to see a change in our relationships with ourselves and others. Although there is also research out of Berkeley indicating we can solidify new ways of transformational thinking in as little as 21 days.

Is the family reconcile mentoring model the right thing for my unique relationship issue(s)? 

Though there is always applicable information no matter what the relationship dynamics you seek, each person’s relationship dynamics are unique and specific to them alone. However, this is the very reason why the mentoring model gets results. The mentoring model creates a collaborative environment that is common and unique. It involves applied intuition that allows for highly successful outcomes for those committed to achieving them, as opposed to a traditional model of acquiring information and using it on your own.

What are the potential benefits to me personally if my attempt to reconnect with family is not favorably received?

This is a profound question, more than one may initially realize.

Recent research has shown that “shame” is a common denominator or “stigma” in most family estrangement scenarios. There seem to be consequences of estrangement psychologically, but maybe the result is the stigma. In other words, cutting off contact with a family member might be most painful because society misunderstands and attaches shame to it. Estrangement, it seems, doesn’t always need to be “fixed”. But as with other painful experiences, the shame of the situation might. So even if there is no favorable reciprocal response, you can learn to properly frame the family estrangement to live a meaningful, productive, and fulfilled life. Like many of us, we need to be assisted by someone whose already been down a similar path.

Who is in charge or control of the mentoring model?

This process is about you and your family. Though it takes just one person to initiate contact or direct somebody to make contact on their behalf, the intent is that the others involved will reciprocate. All decisions throughout the process are decided by the family member or the participating family itself. It is your process; you have a creative license to make, shape, or form whatever you desire from it.

What is family reconcile NOT?

Family reconcile does not engage in or do therapy. Therefore, we do not offer clinical advice or direction.

Through our mentoring model, we use communication tools used by mediators and compiled research from positive psychology to bring about transformational thinking and facilitate positive transformational changes in oneself and their relationships.

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Let’s talk and see how we can help you achieve your desired or best results for your relationships.

Tell Us Your Story

Let us show you how we work through our unique mentoring model and help you reconnect with your relationships while helping to facilitate a transformational change for the most important relationship you have, which is with yourself.

Fill out the brief Tell Us Your Story Form, and let us use that information to present a plan of action to you that you will remain in control of. Our role is to make meaningful suggestions and be present as a guide and support while creating a safe environment for contact.

Tell Us Your Story

Let us show you how we work through our unique mentoring model and help you reconnect with your relationships while helping to facilitate a transformational change for the most important relationship you have, which is with yourself.

Fill out the brief Tell Us Your Story Form, and let us use that information to present a plan of action to you that you will remain in control of. Our role is to make meaningful suggestions and be present as a guide and support while creating a safe environment for contact.