Thanks for the message you posted.
What do I glean from it? Not that there are two sides to a story, but that there is a desire on both 'sides' to communicate. And that is a good thing.
My sense is that when real communion takes place, there are no 'sides' any more than there is an 'agenda'. Just people talking about the reality of their lives.
I see that as the real story here.
Be the love you seek.