Once again, the entertainment industry doesn’t quite get it right.
There is an increasing number of couples who choose to live together even in the midst of ending their marriage. It may seem strange, but there are ways to make it work.
Alexa Katherine Will, University of Pittsburgh
Glennon Doyle’s recent release has topped bestsellers lists and has inspired fans everywhere to listen to their gut instincts, follow their hearts and, most importantly, overcome anything.
For those of you that are married, here are some signals that you might be splitting with your significant other.
Juliana Fujii, Biola University
The novel’s heartbreaking exploration of divorce and loss allows its exquisite friendships and familial connections to take center stage.
Nora Markey, Wesleyan University
On their latest album, the band embraces the complexities of divorce and heartbreak with a radical vulnerability that enchants every listener.
Maui Smith, University of Pittsburgh
The dating reality series exaggerates the recent resurgence of dating with just marriage in mind — and shows why the mindset is rarely successful.
Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
Love is dead.
Sarah Penix, Ohio University
The album offers a retrospective take on the artist’s career and life, but often relies on tired pop tropes.
Rebecca Friou, University of New Orleans
Divorce sucks. But if you’re ready to look at the bright side, having parents in two cities comes with a lot of advantages.
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