Ending a marriage is complicated, it's only natural that you'll be experiencing mixed emotions. One of the most prominent emotions is anger. For many people, mediation is a much better way of getting divorced than litigation. But can a collaborative process like mediation work if you're still incredibly mad at your ex?

YourTango expert Rachel Green insists that anger is not only a common emotion to be experiencing, but can also be helpful in mediation. She goes on to explain that  "Often anger will give us a clue, a roadmap to find the solution for how you need things structured for the future." Finding out how to acknowledge your anger and to use it to your benefit will help you move on.

The tips and tricks mentioned in the video above will leads you toward a peaceful co-existence.

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