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The only positive that came out of our mediation was that at least someone (the mediator) could cut through all the emotions and pick out some positives for us to work on.
The finance side is yet to come, however, if one partner is much stronger than the other, more direct, and only wants what they want, how does that leave the other party? I found myself agreeing to things on the 'child contact' issues that I'm not 100% really happy with, but put on the spot what do you do? There's no time to think, but I'll be more careful where the finance side is concerned.
The whole divorce thing is so messy, no wonder people stay together for a quiet, unhappy, miserable life - that's what I did.