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I remember telling my mother a few months ago that I wanted to divorce my husband, and she was very supportive (to my surprise). A few of her friends have kids in a divorce, and most are very hostile. I'm sure she doesn't want to see me go through the bitterness, etc. 5 years ago she would feel like an outcast, but today so many of her friends have kids divorcing that I guess it's no big deal?