Attending one’s final divorce hearing is an inherently bizarre experience. This article by Tiana Clark in The Washington Post takes it one step further.
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Research shows that practically every dimension of life happiness is influenced by the quality of one’s marriage, while divorce is the second most stressful life event one can ever experience. Yet nearly half of all married couples are likely to divorce, and many couples report feeling unhappy in their relationships.
The specter of divorce still haunts young adults and disadvantaged couples, contributing to family instability.