relentless (*scs) 9 of 12 parts

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Now that the world ruminates about PrimeInfidelity.com, the most expensive divorce in history,

… at least the story about the richest man in the world getting divorced, many ask how much his wife will get.

When, if ever, will anyone understand gender neutral? Jeff Bezos knows.

Well, from the beginning, half of Bezos’ fortune has been always due to his spouse, as stipulated in Washington state laws. So, first, he is not the richest man in the world, but he is divorcing the richest woman in the world. Plus, she is not getting anything, she will just keep her wealth already earned in spades!

The subscript reads, “Jeff Bezos is at the centre of an honest-to-God melodrama, full of salacious revelations, family betrayals and international intrigue.” ~ reported by TheIndianExpress
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TRIVIA: As of 2019, the most expensive U.S. divorce is reported to be Steve and Elaine Wynn in 2010, which was $1 billion (est.). Oil tycoon Harold Hamm famously wrote a check for $974.8 million in 2015 for his divorce. Clearly, Jeff Bezos will eclipse all records in this infamous category.

By far and away, the typical divorcing couple (like the account of our story in the lower case) is usually trying to get a fair distribution of minimal home equity and modest personal assets, usually less than $100K total value.

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ruminate (*scs)

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Rumination is the focused attention on the symptoms of one’s distress, and on its possible causes and consequences, as opposed to its solutions. Both rumination and worry are associated with anxiety and other negative emotional states; however, its measures have not been unified.

ruminate

verb ▶ ru·​mi·​nate | \ˈrü-mə-ˌnāt  \ruminatedruminating

  • v. To turn a matter over and over in the mind.
  • v. To chew cud.
  • v. To reflect on over and over again.

WHAT we ruminate, we  ‘chew over’” according to psychotherapists. The word is derived from how cows digest their food. Cows chew, swallow, regurgitate, then chew again. This works well for cows but what humans chew over is our distressing thoughts. Ruminating, therefore, means to brood over upsetting thoughts by replaying them in our mind. https://bzfd.it/2SPviK5

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With the 2019 New Year beginning, many (perhaps thousands) may resolve to change social media habits, perhaps even complete plans to exit sites like Facebook. For my part, I am choosing to spend more time viewing, sharing, and archiving sites, pages, and posts like the following:

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