Divorce affects the people involved in the situation in different ways. It can be devastating, especially for children, because they feel like it’s their fault or that they’re being punished for some reason. I’m one of the lucky ones who didn’t feel that way.
For me, my parents separated the summer after I’d graduated from college. They’d been married for 20+ years.
It does kinda suck not having that “home” where the entire family can come together, but I get why it had to happen…in their case they were better off not being together forever, despite decades of time invested in loving each other through thick and thin.
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On the next Degrassi TV…
They want your advice on how to talk to your crush! Details on how to submit your video are below and on Degrassi’s Facebook page.
You’re crushing on him or her. Hard. Now what?
Degrassi fan Jordan asked, “You guys should make a DTV on how to talk to your crush because I’m struggling!”
So that’s exactly what we’re doing! What are your tips?! Do you have funny or cute stories about talking to your crush?!
Send us a video with your crush-talking tips and it could be in next week’s Degrassi TV!
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please film your video HORIZONTALLY (phone sideways) and ensure videos are between 30 seconds and one minute in length.
The submission period begins June 29th, 2016 and ends July 3rd, 2016.
You must be over 13 years old to submit a video.
Video selection will be at the producer’s discretion.
*Please note that by submitting your video you consent to your likeness being used for the purposes of Degrassi TV.