Important Issues to Think About: Chris Pratt and Anna Faris Divorce

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris
One of the hit movies from the summer was Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. While the sequel has done just as well as the original, many fans of Chris Pratt were saddened to hear that he has recently been divorced from Anna Faris. Even the friendliest of divorces can have significant issues that need to be addressed, Pratt and Faris being no exception. Learning lessons from this divorce may help you find post-divorce happiness and success.

1. There is More to Life

One of the first tips that people need to remember is that there is more to life. While marriage is very important, one of the ways that people can find happiness even after a marriage ends is to focus on the other areas of life that bring people happiness, and the public lives of famous people shows that point. Whether it's through career or other interests. Of course, it's important not to use either as escape either, it's a tricky balance.

2. Friends are There for Support

When the going gets tough, don't be afraid to ask for help. Friends are there to support you in time of need and a divorce can be an emotionally trying time. Talk to friends about issues that might be going through the mind. Go out and try and do something together. Laugh, cry, pray, and do whatever is necessary to find happiness on the other side of a divorce. Possibly, some of those friends have gone through a divorce themselves. They may be able to offer some valuable insight.

3. There are Others Out There

Finally, remember that plenty of people who get divorced will also get remarried. Just because one marriage ends doesn't mean that another one will never happen. Don't be nervous about getting back into the dating game and looking for someone else. There are plenty of people who have been single their whole life or have been married in the past who are looking for the same thing. Furthermore, never feel like a divorce is some sort of baggage that needs to be hidden. The right person will be understanding and unafraid of that past. 

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