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I Wanted An ‘Amicable Divorce' But I Didn't Realize How Hard It Would Be

6 monthes ago   |   By Scary Mommy

The divorce was inevitable, but I really believed that a high conflict divorce was not inevitable. Early on, for my children's sake , I resolved to split with my ex-husband as amicably as possible. I told him this, and, on his good days, he agreed. His public-facing persona agreed. The parts of him that saw our extended families agreed. For the most part, the part of him that saw our children agreed.
Despite our personal hurts, we committed to having as peaceful of a divorce as possible.
Part of trying to maintain this commitment was that we would use a mediator, rather than attorneys and...
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