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20 Nov 07 #7089 by Specialdad
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It might seem old fashioned but try writing her a letter explaining how you feel and keep a copy for the court if she does not compromise.

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20 Nov 07 #7124 by Camberwick green
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Writing letters to each other even during a marriage can be a good thing, as it lets you collect your thoughts while writing, you cannot take back something said in anger, but on paper you can re-write as many times as you like before sending it, if it sounds bad to you it will to them too.
I am in total agreement with SD on this one

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20 Nov 07 #7146 by Specialdad
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Thank you cg. Letters really help especially if you are not good in conversation or are a shy person.

I still have the last letter my ex wrote to me before I left and a copy of the last letter I wrote to her. it brings comfort to me that she said that she never hated me and would always remember that the children belong to us both.

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