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Today, there's a whole bucketful of talk on the internet about Gwyneth Paltrow. What kind of blogger would I be if I didn't chime in? (Don't answer that!)
her comments about how her life as an actress and mother is much harder than women who have 'regular jobs' and kids. I know! Shocking, right? Thing is, all Ms. Paltrow has known since being a mother, is being an actress-mother. She has no idea what it's like to have a full-time job and a family. (And, come to think of it, neither do I.) So, she's making statements from what she knows. Because, what else can she draw from? Sure she's an actress, but even playing the role of a working mother (has she ever? not sure) wouldn't truly show her what it's like.
So, maybe we should give her a break.
As for the divorce--divorce sucks, I don't care who you are. I'll admit that I'm a bit cynical when it comes to Hollywood marriages. I've been known to snort when a marriage is announced (I'll give it a year), or to laugh a bit when there's a split (Wow, aren't we all surprised).
But, it doesn't change the fact that two people who were in love and planned to spend their lives together aren't. And, when they have children, even worse. And, I for one would hate to have my marriage failure blasted all over the internet and media for all the world to see and criticize.
It's easy to look at Gwyneth and all her money, and beauty, and fame, and children with odd names, and think-- Well, she has it all. I don't feel bad for her.
But, I do. And, I feel bad for her kids. And, her husband. The world they had is crumbling and even when it's in a fancy house with maids and pools and such, it's still crumbling.
Maybe what we need here on the internet is a little more compassion. And understanding. And forgiveness.
And, if that doesn't work, maybe more cat vines!