Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Jon & Kate + 8 children of divorce

Diane Singer, one of my fellow bloggers at The Point has weighed in on the reality show that will apparently follow 8 new children of divorce:

Though I have seen only a few of the episodes, I find the news of the Gosselins' impending divorce a cause to grieve -- for these children and for this couple, who seem to think wealth and fame are more important than marriage and family. How I wish Jon and Kate would turn off the cameras, get into marriage counseling, and -- for the sake of their eight children -- act like adults rather than glory hounds.

9 comments:

Sal1986 said...

There's really not much good one can say about people who exploit their family for the sake of some easy money and publicity, and then dump their family out of additional selfishness. Has anything good ever come out of reality TV?

jennifer01 said...

Why would anybody say it that way, you can easily get your point across in a polite and courteous way. Lets all just get a long.
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Jay Parmar said...

According to estimates, almost one half of all marriages will ultimately end in divorce. Since increasing the well-being of children is the alleged goal of the marriage promoters, it would seem logical that some effort would be made to help the divorce process to be less of a traumatic experience for children. Children brought up by separate parents or divorced parents are always unhappy and seems to vent their anger on the society. Even though they pretend to be happy, innermost they seem to have missed a greatest thing-the joy of living with both parents. Sometimes,divorce is not the solution to the dispute in the family but one of the partners tend to seek liberty for his or her infidelity.Parents should try and think twice for the sake of the children and their future. Click here for more information.

SimpleDivorceAdvice said...

Divorce is not the only solution. It is a way of escaping the family's problem. Mostly, couples who filed for divorce are those having an affair or infidelity. Infidelity happens depending on the nature of the relationship. This can only be prevented when each couples trying to make time for themselves. Having a quality time and a frequent conversation leads to a healthy relationship. Thus, divorce wont be the solution.

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Divorce brings with it many negative emotions. Some of these emotions can cause stress that will interfere in our ability to function in our every day lives.

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sham said...

Great article...thank you.
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Good luck all

Mac said...

Even if the people involved have seen it on the horizon, divorce is always difficult. Regardless, divorce can create peace for individuals and even entire families when conflict within a marriage cannot be resolved. Once the decision is final, the ideal situation is to end things as smoothly and as quickly as possible.




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Eric K. Johnson said...

I think Kate is an overbearing wench. I think if it weren't for the children, he may have (and should have) left years ago.

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family counseling said...

This is really very unfortunate. Divorce may be a great hurdle for the couples directly involved but this will also cause much emotional burden to the children. I do hope that this reality show will bring in some positive things and not just to exploit those children.