What Is Mediation?

To put things simply, mediation is a process that is accessed when communication has broken down between two parties and a situation is still up in the air that needs addressing. Mediation is often an affordable, non-legally binding process that can be quick and easier to access than dragging things through the courts.

Why Is Time Important?

Well, in all honesty, to some time is not important, for for others it is. In this short post we are going to be taking a look at timing and why for some people certain times in the day may be better than others when it comes to mediation.

What Time Of Day Is Best To Mediate?

When it comes to mediation, timing can be everything and research has shown, when it comes to any situation like mediation where tensions may feel a little high, late mornings are thought to be the best.

Why the morning time? Well, if we look at logic alone, early morning can often be a time that most people don’t like, but late morning, the mind is often fresh and not filled with the stress of the day, a good meal has been consumed, tiredness is less likely to be an issue too.

While it may sound old fashioned, the age old adage of “sleeping on something” still holds its relevance even in this modern world.

Of course, there will always be situations where this is not true at all. Some people work nights, some have the stress of the school run and many other factors come into play.

Conclusion

Whether or not you have a best time of day, Disputes Mediation are here for you if you require a mediation service with a name you can trust. Whether it’s family mediation, civil mediation or even workplace mediation – call us today on 0330 390 3999, or book a free consultation today