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People Are Celebrating Their Divorces With Selfies And Parties

By Aimee Lutkin

The couple that plays together, stays together. Unless they break up, in which case it's important to remain playful. That's why the trend of taking #DivorceSelfies is sweeping the nation. It seems like more and more families are understanding the need to treat each other respectfully post-break up, especially when kids are involved. 

Folks are sharing pictures of themselves celebrating their divorce, usually with messages about how it was for the best and they'll always honor their past relationship. Wow. Could we be maturing as a people? Nah, probably not. We just want to post more selfies:

But it's not just selfies. Some people go all out and have a party. ABC News reported on former California couple Jeff Becerra and Michelle Mahoney, who threw a divorce party in December with balloons, cake, and bagged lemons for "making lemonade." Their daughter, Emma Becerra, tweeted pics of the festivities, inspiring people everywhere to start a Divorce Party Pinterest board.