Couple Gets Divorced After 19 Years, Then Husband Sends Ex-Wife A Note About Their Marriage

This story originally appeared at LittleThings.

Divorce is sometimes a part of life. Although incredibly difficult, relationships often come to an end for the best. While divorces can be traumatic for the partners involved, they can be particularly heartbreaking for their children.

One teenager from Texas decided to share her parents’ divorce on social media.

After 19 years of marriage, Morgan Lynn’s parents decided to end their relationship. While the reason for the divorce was not mentioned, it almost doesn’t matter, given how the family is handling it.

Lynn didn’t take to Twitter to rant about her parents or to choose a side. Instead, she shared what happened on the very day the divorce was finalized.

Since sharing two simple photos, her family’s story has gone viral — not because it is about betrayal or malice, but because it is the story of true love.

“I believe that everyone is seeing true love through this tweet,” Lynn told Buzzfeed.

See the story with an unexpected twist below.

Photo: Twitter/Morgan Lynn

17-year-old Morgan Lynn, a teen from Texas, shared a very personal story on social media. Lynn told the world that her parents were getting divorced after 19 years of marriage.

Photo: Twitter/Morgan Lynn

“My parents, after 19 years of being married, were going through a divorce… and it got finalized today,” Lynn wrote on Twitter.

But there was an unexpected twist.

Photo: Twitter/Morgan Lynn

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“My dad sent my mom her favorite flowers,” she added. But there was also a note with a simple message that put everything in perspective.

Photo: Twitter/Morgan Lynn

“Always gonna be you,” Jason wrote to his now ex-wife.

Photo: Twitter/Morgan Lynn

“He used to send her flowers when she was having a bad day… and to know that, even after today, he still did it — breaks my heart,” Lynn wrote.

Photo: Twitter/Morgan Lynn

Lynn looked up to her parent’s relationship as the kind of goal relationship she hoped to have.

This simple story shows that people can change, relationships will end, but that doesn’t mean that any love has to be lost.

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