Divorce can be difficult on everyone involved, especially children.
6-year-old Tiana decided that she had seen enough of her parents’ arguments and fights following their divorce.
Instead of bottling up her emotions, the little girl decided to have a heart-to-heart with her mother.
“Mom, are you ready to be his friend?” Tiana asks. “Just try your best. I don’t want you and my dad to be replaced… and mean again. I want you and my dad to be placed, and settled, and be friends. I’m not trying to be mean, I just want everyone to be friends.”
While divorce is usually full of emotions, it doesn’t have to be a bitter experience.
An analysis by CompleteCase.com found which states have the most amicable divorces by looking at the number of couples who declared online that they were in agreement with each other.
In fact, researchers say Oklahomans tend to be pretty easy going when it comes to getting a divorce.
Experts say people with the easiest divorces live in Vermont, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Oregon, Kansas, Idaho, Louisiana, Delaware, Ohio and Texas.
The worst divorces tend to happen in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Nevada, New Hampshire, Florida, Wyoming, Nebraska and Tennessee.