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If you come from a divorced family, then to you, there are two types of people in this world: children of divorce, and children of happy, intact families. The latter do not realize that the two groups are separate, or that they exist at all. But that’s because their bubble hasn’t been burst—and they are very fortunate. For the rest of us, our bubbles were burst a long time ago, and after standing around shaking in fear for a while, wondering if anyone was going to patch our bubble back up, we stepped out of the bubble and decidedly joined the other group. And we never looked back. Until we grew up and started making friends who still live in the bubble. So sometimes we go visit their world, or wave at it, but we are sharply clear on the fact that we aren’t a part of that anymore. And for that reason, there are some things that children of divorce and those of happy homes never see eye to eye on.

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