The American family continues to fade . . . And we're not sure that The Pitch still carries Dan Savage's column . . . Which was one of the few reasons to read the rag.
Luckily, we take a peek at Kansas City's hipsters playing journalism "make believe" and offering sketchy advice . . .
Thankfully, we managed to pull once decent passage that deserves a glimpse . . .
"The number of online searches about separation and divorce, the increase in downloads of legal documents for divorces, and the number of filings reported by municipalities across the U.S. show that there was a significant spike in couples parting ways in 2020 and 2021.
"As divorce attorneys and my clients have been saying, conditions were such that couples who were holding on by a thread—or thought they were okay—threw in the towel once they were home all the time and had to face some harsh realities."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Kristen Thomas. // Photo by Nicole Bissey In early April 2020, I started to worry that stocking my new office circa early March was gonna result in me emailing Nebraska Furniture Mart about their return policy. However, a whopping 20 days into the pandemic-in less time than it took me to start contemplating divorcing my new couch-there was a spike...