They won't have lawyers or a mediator, they'll have "uncoupling facilitators."
The world gasped at the news that Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are separating. They are one of the few Hollywood married couples that could reach the 10 year bench mark, and you hardly heard any bad gossip about them. The world than rose an eyebrow to Gwyneth's weird wording about the situation. Instead of just saying "we are getting a divorce," she dubs it a "conscious uncoupling."
So the question is will their conscious uncoupling be any better than the average divorce? The answer is yes and in 8 ways.
Already Gwyneth seems very much above the dirty situation that is divorce. Perhaps it's her GOOP lifestyle, her seemingly amicable split, or her goal to stay seemingly perfect. Either way the two were reportedly vacationing on the beach together on the same day the news of their separation came out.
So what is the former actress' secret to a conscious uncoupling that will leave you seemingly more put together than other divorcing couples? We have 8 ways on how to follow suit.
Find out the 8 ways here: 8 Ways Gwyneth Paltrow's Divorce Will Be So Much Better Than Yours
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