A Hard Debate: Should Choosing Divorce Be Celebrated?

First comes love, then comes marriage. Then comes divorce? Is this a normalcy our society should expect? And is it something to celebrate? It's a hard debate. Nearly 2 years after deciding to split, Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have finally taken the last step in calling it quits: signing legal documents to officialize their divorce. Failure. Falling out of love. Giving up. These are some of the words that dirty the deed of divorce. But is there another side to the subject we ought to take into consideration? Like the political freedom we have been granted to detach from commitment? Should divorce be praised for bringing to light that people change? Upon finalizing their divorce, Khloe took to Instagram with a glass of wine in hand to announce a new venture: hosting her own studio-based talk show, "Kocktails with Khloe." Rather than keeping a low profile, or making note of the end of her 4-year marriage, she chose to celebrate moving on as an independent, single woman. What some would call bizarre behaviour for a just divorced individual, others would call bold, brave, and perhaps warranted. It is publicly known that Lamar suffered from drug addiction which led to the beginning of the demise of the Kardashian-Odour name. And though up until just a few months ago the two were rumoured to be constantly discussing reconciliations, they followed through with their commitment to part. Does it depend on the circumstance that we should celebrate someone making this final decision? Or should it always be considered a negative outcome? What are your thoughts? Source: Daily Mail Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_99387" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]    

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