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Celebrating Your Divorce….Together??
Rock star Jack White and his wife, model Karen Elson , have decided to celebrate their divorce in style. They're throwing a party and inviting all their friends! They're having the party, coincidentally, on their six wedding anniversary.
I had blogged before about having a divorce party that was sort of a "girl's night in", where you mark the occasion (I hesitate to say "celebrate") with the support and comraderie of your friends, which doesn't seem like a bad idea to me. But this? I just can't imagine.
Kudos to them for having a friendly enough relationship through the split that they can do this, but I wonder what kind of message it sends the kids – it seems like they're saying "Yay! We're not a family anymore!" That seems sort of contradictory to me. Marriage is a serious, ideally life-long commitment, and the ending of one seems like it needs a little more solemnity than frivolity. I don't want my kids to grow up thinking marriage is something you do for fun and it ends in fun if it's not as much fun anymore.
I hope in Mr. White's case, he and his wife are such good friends that maybe the family unit won't be as impacted. No animosity, no contentious divorce, no custody battle….those are all good things, when all is said and done.
Even though it's not my cup of tea, I'd rather go out with a party than a team of lawyers and a stiff nod to each other across the courtroom.
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