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jkritsberg

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Need some help on tactful strategies on mediation. My X extremely verdictive, manipulating, selfish and down right evil - control freak and our two boys is all she has left to control. Help me please....
 


casa

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jkritsberg said:
Need some help on tactful strategies on mediation. My X extremely verdictive, manipulating, selfish and down right evil - control freak and our two boys is all she has left to control. Help me please....
Hate to be devil's advocate, but the quest for "strategies on mediation" seems a bit manipulative on your part.

Mediation is just that- an attempt to have a nuetral 3rd party help both parents come to an agreement re; child-sharing. Basically you say what you'd like to have happen and why...and the other parent does the same.

If the X is how you describe her- mediation might not result in any agreement, then you'll have to go before the judge to decide.

What is the situation? Who has custody? How many children, ages etc.?
 

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