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Do you want to hear more about the need for a stronger “good divorce” industry with support groups, mental-health counselors and move-on tools to speed recovery? If this is your view, please speak up.

Or, have you seen enough about divorce to conclude that it’s mostly bad for adults, children and society. If that’s the case, what do you want to do about it? Do you want no-fault divorce laws changed? Do you want to hear more about what divorce actually has meant to people’s lives?

Do you think divorce rates can be “greatly” reduced, or do you think that’s just a nostalgic pipe dream?

Please consider this column as the first in a long discussion. A lot of people already are talking about the future of divorce, but are you part of the conversation? Please speak up.

Cheryl Wetzstein’s “On the Family” column appears Tuesdays and Sundays. She can be reached at cwetzstein@washington times.com.