Is Divorce Court Dehumanizing?

Is Divorce Court Dehumanizing? | Katherine Miller

{2:30 minutes to read} Oftentimes, stereotypically, we think divorcing couples—both the person who decides to divorce and the person who doesn’t—are angry or revengeful. Although it’s true that those feelings are often present, but really—contrary to popular belief—the overwhelming emotion for both is sadness. Regardless of what has happened, what the story is, sadness prevails as the dominant emotion.

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