After a battle almost as fierce as The Hunger Games itself, actress Jennifer Lawrence scored the role of Katniss for the upcoming film. During an interview with Parade magazine, Lawrence related people’s love for the Hunger Games with Kim Kardashian’s divorce. “I was watching the Kardashian girl getting divorced, and that’s a tragedy for anyone. But they’re using it for entertainment, and we’re watching it,” said the actress. “The books hold up a terrible kind of mirror: This is what our society could be like if we became desensitized to trauma and to each other’s pain.”
How do you keep your divorce as drama-free as possible?
Going through a divorce without any complications or disagreements is unheard of, but Cupid has some tips to keep things as drama-free as possible:
1. Keep quiet: Blabbing about your divorce to everyone you know will only get the rumor mill churning, and before you know it you’ll have more stress than you started with. Lucky for you, you’re not Kim Kardashian who had the world watching her mistakes and eventually her marriage’s demise.
2. Stay private: The divorce is your business and your ex’s business, so be respectful of that and be appropriate when dispersing any information on the matter. You don’t want or need outsiders getting wrapped up in your affairs.
3. Act maturely: You and your ex may not like each other anymore, and that’s why you’re separating, so be on your best behavior until you’re out of each others hair. Things can get messy when emotions are running high, especially in court where decisions about money or children are being discussed, so don’t give the judge or your ex-partner any ammo to use against you.
How did you keep your divorce on the DL? Share your comments below.