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Sometimes It’s Just Over

Category : Break-Up, Celebrity, Friends

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are currently living the aftermath of a high-profile celebrity divorce, where after an announcement is made the media digs deeper and deeper to keep the story alive.  However, sometimes a couple both AGREE that it’s time to move on from a marriage.  That’s the story Anthony is keeping to at this time.  He has been accused of cheating and his response, “It was a flight attendant, it was the pilot – I heard it was this guy sitting next to me in a rehab in Houston.  I’ve heard it all.”  While Anthony has seen their divorce story spin in many directions by the press, he is staying with a pretty basic reason for the split — that they both realized it was time to move on.

Anthony doesn’t feel that it’s a big drama and there is no reason to keep going.  “This is not a funeral. This is not a burial,” Anthony said. “This is just two people who came together and just realized. . . I’m saying that it wasn’t sustainable the way it was, and that’s that.  This is “not a funeral” is an inspiring choice of words by Anthony.  True, neither party has died.  They just don’t want to live married to each other any longer.  “People are trying to peg it on things because it was so shocking,” he says of the end of his marriage. “It was like, it must have been something.”

Do you feel that two couples can amicably split when they both realize that it’s just not working any longer?  Can they agree to part as friends, especially if they have children together?  Let me know your thoughts.

Comments (4)

Sounds very grown up to me…it’s what happens…lucky it is mutual and they are both mature.

it will just take time, no quick fixes. Allow yourself to be hurt and its okay. You will naulralty move on so don’t worry too much. Keep yourself open to new friendships and relationships. A cute guy that will keep you company won’t hurt either. Date. (and don’t talk about your ex)

It’s all about the kids. Do whats best for them

One person can’t be happy alone in a marriage. It takes both! If one partner is really unhappy, the other partner has to be in denial if he or she thinks everything is just fine! Of course we’ve all heard of that situation. (There’s a problem? What problem?)

Mutual agreement to end the marriage is best, but usually not good for the kids with few exceptions (like abuse, addictions, etc.).

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