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“Divorce May Be a Really Convenient, Helpful Thing,” Says Sharon Horgan!
According to Sharon Horgan, a divorce may be “a convenient, helpful thing,” and people shouldn’t feel guilty about ending a marriage.
The Irish actress and writer, who has received multiple awards for her roles in the comedy Bad Sisters, Pulling, and Catastrophe, has suggested that letting go of a past relationship may be “a great thing” and lead to exciting new possibilities.
Sharon Horgan says divorce can be “a really handy, helpful thing” and that shame should not be attached to relationship failure. https://t.co/Q02fcaHhoH
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The HBO comedy-drama Divorce, starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church, was written by Horgan, who is now 52 years old.
She told a reporter from The Big Issue that she wished she could go back in time and tell her younger self that ending a relationship may be a good thing occasionally.
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“It can mean that doors open for you and things start to feel more in line with who you are.
To me, divorce is a nasty word, and I think that’s especially true if your upbringing is anything like mine (I was raised Catholic). However, that is not the case.
“Divorce has the potential to be a life-altering boon. A lot of stigmas is associated with ending a relationship when it shouldn’t be.
Horgan and Jeremy Rainbird, a successful businessman, were married for a while before they divorced in 2019.
The actress also co-stars with Anne-Marie Duff and Eva Birthistle in the new Apple TV+ series Bad Sisters, while Dracula’s Claes Bang makes a cameo appearance.
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