Is there such a thing as ‘happily ever after’ when it comes to Hollywood’s biggest stars? Every time you pick up a newspaper or magazine, it seems that another A-Lister is filing for divorce or ‘consciously uncoupling’ from their other half. However, while most Hollywood divorces don’t come as much of a surprise, what has got everyone talking is the concept of a ‘spiritual divorce’ that estranged A-list couples now seem to be following. Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow bucked the trend for amicable divorces back in March when they announced they were ending their 10-year marriage, along with a statement to explain that they were ‘consciously uncoupling’ rather than ‘divorcing.’ The term suggests that divorce should be viewed as a positive experience, and be used as an opportunity to grow and learn as a partnership. While there is no rule that says that divorce should be viewed as a failure, this isn’t the case for everyone and when a marriage comes to an end emotions run high and it can take a long time to get to a place of understanding and friendship. Another amicable split came earlier this year when 37-year-old actor Orlando Bloom and model Miranda Kerr announced they were getting divorced after six years together. Australian Miranda Kerr explained to Harper’s Bazaar: “Well, we are very good. We speak every day. We’re really close, we’re going to be a family for ever and we really do love one each other.” There is no suggestion that ‘conscious uncoupling’ will work for everyone, and when a divorce is less amicable than Chris and Gwyneth’s it may not feel like such a positive experience. There is, however, much to be said for putting children at the heart of the process and acknowledging your separation together, rather than suddenly abandoning your marriage. Divorce is an on-going process and there is no reason why life after your marriage can’t be happy and fulfilled for both you and your partner. Our clairvoyants are well versed with the end of a relationship. If things have been rough in your relationship and you are worried things may be falling apart, talking to one of our readers can help you feel better about the situation, even putting you in a position where you feel you can make the decision that’s best for you and your partner. You may even be in the process of a divorce and need somebody to listen to you and answer your questions about what the future may hold. Many of our callers find that they feel rejuvenated after these conversations, able to go out and face the world once again, clear in heart, mind and soul. It may be hard to believe, but the rich and beautiful also have an incredibly tough time in making a marriage work, all under the glare of the media.