30 Strangely Hilarious Marriage Tweets That Are So 2020
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The year 2020 is finally over. It’s time to sum up, what living in the year where everyone stays home is like. Parents will remember how hard it was to juggle between work, homeschooling, and parenting. Singletons will remember how single they are.
Meanwhile, couples learn that being in love means you have to love everything 24/7. No breaks in between, and it might even be overwhelming during this trying time. There are 34% more divorces in the US back in April, and then a rise of 9% for couples who have been married for 5 months in October. This number rises from just 11% in 2019.
But you can ask those who have survived thus far just how much this unusual situation has opened their eyes. You have more time to see each other than ever, you see new sides of each other at work, and you try doing new things at home.
You learn to compromise, come to terms, and fall in love again.