Brook Thorndycraft
Mediation, coaching, and training for families, workplaces, and individuals.

65 Wellesley St East, Suite 402

Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1G7




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October 18, 2017

“I can’t stand my co-workers, and I hate coming to work every day.”  I had just sat down to do a one-on-one interview with a staff member to prepare for an upcoming group mediation, and this was the first sentence out of her mouth.  I felt my sto...

September 20, 2017

What do you think of when you hear the word “habit?”  For many of us, the first examples that come to mind are the obvious ones: either the “bad habits” that we would like to change, or the “good habits” that we wish we could develop.  Maybe you...

August 17, 2017

“There is the drawing you are trying to make and the drawing that is actually being made, and you can’t see it until you forget what you were actually trying to do” – Lynda Barry

I love this quote because it is all about how letting go of expectat...

February 20, 2016

AKA "What Your Fight Has in Common With Pulp Fiction"

There’s a technique that’s used sometimes in films and television called the Rashomon Effect, in which the same set of events are told from the differing points of view of multiple characters (...

December 19, 2015

I was reminded the other day how much curiosity can help us to avoid and decrease conflict in our lives.

On my bus ride home, I laughed as the little girl in front of me sang herself a song and swayed back and forth.  Her mom whipped her head arou...

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