Scarlett O'Hara at the end of Gone with the Wind. Is that Personal Tragedy? The title even implies it. She has her farm, she has survived, she got Ashley but lost Rhett. Success Bad?
In my opinion, it was a necessary BAD end. But the MC seems to suspect that the necessity itself was for good. She's in a worse place, but she made the right decisions. How would I shift my storyform? This difference affects sequence of events, the benchmarks, catalyst, requirements. Even the premise. "Everyone wins when..." isn't what happens. "Though tragic for the individual..." That's what it is.
The "making the right decisions" is the second half of the premise.
Is the Judgment connected to the Resolve?
In which case, I say, MC--sorry to spoil your grief, but this was good. You'll see.