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We could all agree that breaking off any relationship is hard to do. Changing your Facebook status from “in a relationship” to “single” can get you unwanted comments that will leave you wanting to avoid Facebook for a while. It could be worse: you could have to be dealing with millions of people watching, judging and speculating about your personal experiences…
Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from husband Kris Humphries on October 31st. After only 72 days of marriage, the newlywed claimed irreconcilable differences days after the couple was seen together “looking less than pleased with one another.”
Her family’s reality TV show, Keeping up with the Kardashians, has documented many of the crucial events that the family has endured over the seasons. However, many people are speculating that the marriage was simply something to put on the show. Saturday Night Life spoofed on Kim’s wedding last week with a sketch titled “Kim’s Fairytale Divorce.” Others are saying that she is making money off of the wedding and the divorce.
Kim elaborates in her blog that she feels she may have rushed into something too fast. Her dream of having a family and babies perhaps blinded her from realizing that this relationship wasn’t the fairy tale that she has desired for so long. Kim is the hopeless romantic of the family as seen on the reality show. She states in her November 1st blog entry, “I love with all of my heart and soul.”
Kim’s family has spoken about the divorce and is showing their unconditional support. They have also thanked her fans for being so supportive during this difficult time.
While we wish Kim the best during this hard time, her divorce also serves as a warning example to avoid rushing into marriage too soon. In the United States, one in two marriages end up in divorce, so people should definitely think twice before deciding on this life changing commitment.