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For now you really are much better advised to stick to the order. There is a reason why you have had to go to court and a reason why you have the order you have been given. If you break the terms of the order now you set a precedent and send your ex the message that you will be prepared to break other aspects of the order in the future.
If you can go for your review in December showing that you have kept to the terms of the order you can argue then that you are communicating better and can ask that you be given the flexibility to agree your own terms.
If, however, you attend having changed the terms you will show great disrespect for the order and great disrespect to the court which will consider your earlier application to have been a waste of court time.
Your decision: stick to the order and earn brownie points or reject it and risk the court''s displeasure at a later date when you actually need the court to be on your side.
but I truely think my EX suggested this to try be helpful and move on from all the crap.
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