This case clearly demonstrates the need for the particulars of an unreasonable behaviour petition to set out just that - the unreasonable behaviour of the Respondent meaning that the Petitioner cannot reasonably be expected to live with him/her. However, what about the conciliatory approach to divorce that we all try to adopt so as to ensure relations between divorcing spouses remain as good as they can?  Looks like this judgement flies in the face of that.