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I felt really deflated and kinda not able to cope; [I] didn’t think I could cope as a parent and [I felt] a bit sort of overwhelmed and I just didn’t really know what to do.

KERRY, SAM'S MUM

Our mediator taught us to stay calmer when things were getting really bad – to walk away, take some time out, come back and y’know talk later on.

KERRY, SAM'S MUM

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