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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    It did take a turn for the nasty when DH sought to increase time with DSS as he's getting older and with that now being upheld it has caused no end of drama and things are really raw and very emotionally fraught right now. I know in time it will settle back down again once a new routine is established etc but for this one it seems like a point they both just want their own way over.
    Because of this, I would let it go. Let the dust settle. I would be focusing on the long haul. There will always be times when the orders don't seem fair and a little flexibility is needed from both sides. It is not always easy, but I have found I need to think about what is best for the kids.

    Even with orders in place, I have found there are times when they don't seem fair and exdh and I do not agree on what they mean exactly.

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