Hi everyone,I am new to the website communication thing but I've been having a really tough time lately dealing with my parents' divorce and even though I have very supportive friends and family, I often feel like its hard to talk to some people and I dont want to burden others with my problems.I am a 25 year old female and my parents have been separated for about two years now but the divorce is being finalized now and things are changing so its really all hitting me. Im in my second year of law school (wanting to study matrimonial law, which as much as I try to deny that it has anything to do with my parents' divorce, I am sure it does) and I currently live at home for financial reasons so I think I feel everything more than some other people my age who are living independently might.It seems like many people on this website are going through divorces themselves so I may be looking in the wrong place but I thought I would reach out to see if anyone can relate to my situation, or if anyone going through a divorce who has adult children may have helpful advice.Thank you very much and I look forward to using this website for support!
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