By Andrea Surujnauth
Tom Cruise finally speaks out about his 2012 divorce from actress, Katie Holmes. After a 5 year marriage, Holmes filed for divorce 5 days before Cruise’s 50th birthday. “I didn’t expect it,” he confesses to German TV Network ProSieben. According to UsMagazine.com, Cruise admits “To be 50 and to have experiences and to think you have a grip on everything, and then it hits you — this is it, what life can do to you. Life is a tragicomedy. You need to have a sense of humor.” Holmes, who now resides in New York with the couple’s daughter Suri, is moving on with her life as well. She is in a new broadway play an also has a fashion line. Director and friend of the couple, Adam Shankman, says “They are incredibly happy. I’ve just been emailing with [Tom]. He’s coming back. He’s shooting [All You Need Is Kill] in London and seems as happy as a clam. I know he sees his daughter.”
What do you do if your partner springs an unexpected split or breakup on you?
No one ever expects their marriage to come to an end. But what do you do if your partner suddenly wants a divorce? Cupid is here with some advice for you.
1. Don’t seek revenge: If your partner springs divorce on you, never act out in revenge. Not only does it make you look crazy but if law officials are brought into the situation, you might lose a lot more than your marriage.
2. Protect your assests: If you and your ex have joint bank accounts or anything along those lines, contact a lawyer to help sort out the financial situations.
3. Therapy: Divorce or seperation can be hard and many people find themselves falling into a endless black hole of depression. Try getting therapy. Therapy can help you get over the depressed feelings and help you get your life back on track.
What would you do if your partner sprang an unexpected split or breakup on you? Share your ideas below.