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‘Divorce Selfies’ Are the Hot New Instagram Trend

I’m really glad the era of using social media to promote some fake perfect version of your life is over and people are now using it to document their divorces.

A lot of people out there will tell you that divorces are a sign of moral decline in America, and the apocalypse, but I would like to spitball something a little different.

Maybe leaving shitty toxic relationships that don’t fulfill you should be documented, normalized, and celebrated. Maybe a lifetime of monogamy, unless that works for you, is a dumb idea to enforce point blank, and now that women and men aren’t economically chained to each other against their will, we can all take a #Divorceselfie and have a good time.

Looks like these people have.

So my mom is the lawyer in the #DivorceSelfie 😒🤣 #mymom HMU for the real story behind the photo

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That’s so much more healthy and mature then “We haven’t fucked in 20 years but stay together anyway because we feel like we have to.”

I love it.

Awesome #divorceselfie from our Watertown store! See, divorce doesn't have to be miserable :)

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Good for y’all.

Another inspiring #divorceselfie! It's time to change our society's expectations for divorce – you CAN divorce without all out war. (You can even stay friends!) #divorceselfiesunday #divorceify ・・・ "Officially divorced this afternoon. Here's our #DivorceSelfie to commemorate the occasion. We also went to lunch afterwards. We couldn't make our marriage work, but there's no reason to fight. We don't hate each other (we're past that). #ItIsWhatItIs and this marriage was beyond saving. We still have a son to raise, and we will respect and support/help each other in the meantime. Every divorce should be like this one." ・・・ Tag @divorceify to show us your divorce selfie! #divorce #divorceselfies #divorcelawyer #divorce

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Perfect.

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