A few weeks ago, there was a celebrity couple’s therapy revelation that was generating a lot of conversation, both in the entertainment world and beyond: Veronica Mars and the guy from Punked, aka Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, revealed that they’d been going to therapy since they were in their early days of dating. And while they explained that they needed guidance and the tools to navigate their respective trust issues, they readily admit that they wanted guidance and a better understanding of themselves to help them work through things as they arose.
"Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard have been in couples therapy since they met" - Page Six
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Thanks to a very famous couple, we were introduced to the term ‘Conscious Uncoupling’ as a softer, kinder, gentler, Goop-ier way to say, ’We’re separating’. But while we welcomed this phrasing with a bit of internal laughter and maybe a stifled groan, did you know that there’s been something taking the Uncoupling of other couples to new levels – the divorce party? Jack White and his model ex-wife Karen Elson threw a Divorce Party and put the concept in our collective consciousness, being a celebrity couple, but there have been plenty of parties before theirs – and there’ll be many more to come it seems! Robin Thicke recently threw himself an unofficial party, and a quick Google search will find you tons of Pinterest boards dedicated to marking your divorce with the same effort as when you celebrated your marriage and articles giving you first hand accounts of these events. They are cropping up more and more, and even though April and I love to plan couples’ big walks down the aisle, we know that sometimes, things don’t work out and we’d be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge this particular wedding trend! We love love, but hey, if life gives some couples lemons, who’s to say they can’t juice those bad boys, call up their closest friends and make some refreshing, liberating lemonade, yes?
The Red Hot Business of Divorce Celebration