Has The Pandemic Changed ‘Divorce January?'
3 days ago - By Scary Mommy
Oh, January. The month for diets, detoxes, and...divorce?
Or at least that's what January used to be before COVID arrived and turned everything inside out and upside down. Now diets are out , detoxes are especially hard (no one is separating me from my coffee when the world is falling apart), and couples are...weathering the storm together.
The month that used to be known in some circles as “divorce January” is shaping up to be something else.
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