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People Are Making ‘Divorce Registries’ to Restock After a Split
A new trend is popping up, among those who’ve been divorced:  creating a divorce registry.
While some divorcés have already been using Amazon wish lists, a bunch of divorce-specific platforms have popped up, recently, to provide a more official service.
Fresh Starts Registry launched in October 2021—it allows one to build a registry, and has recommendations for products, divorce lawyers, and therapists.
Another such platform, Divorcist, is currently in the soft-launch phase and reportedly plans to release its registry feature in February.  Divorcist co-founder Eliza Cussen says, “Our mission is to make divorce and separation dignified.  We’re trying to elevate divorce, separation and breakups to the same status as a life event.  Not a happy one, but one that deserves recognition.
Hook up with more, here:  (InsideHook)

 

  • A new trend that’s gaining traction: people who’ve gotten divorced are making registries
  • There are even specific websites for this purpose—Fresh Starts Registry, and Divorcist (launching in February)


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