Anyone who has experienced divorce up close knows that, sometimes, it's a truly bittersweet process. Marriages end for all kinds of reasons — and the end of unions aren't all marked by hatred and resentment. Sometimes, things just don't work out and a huge degree of mutual love and respect remains. 

Sometimes, knowing that the love is still there is the saddest part. Twitter recently got a dose of the sadness of mutual separation, and we're still crying over it. 

 

17-year-old Morgan Lynn and her parents were all having a rough day on November 3rd — after 19 years of marriage and a separation, her parents' divorce was finalized. But Lynn's father sent over flowers to make the painful day a little easier on his ex-wife. 

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The bouquet of her favorite flowers arrived with a note that said "always gonna be you."


Overwhelmed by gesture, which her father used to do for her mother when she was having a bad day, Lynn posted the photos to Twitter. 

 


Not crying yet? Don't worry, you will now:

 

"This is our finale." ARE YOU SERIOUS RIGHT NOW? WE CANNOT HANDLE ALL OF THESE FEELINGS. 

That was way too much for us to handle on a Monday. 


The photos have been retweeted 76,000 times — and they've pretty much emotionally wrecked the entire Internet. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


And people started to get a little too personally invested in Lynn's parents' relationship. 

 

 

 

Sure, it's wildly inappropriate to pry, but the people need answers! Clearly, there is some true love going on here, so we must know why it didn't work out!


Many people just didn't know how to feel about it all. There are just ~ so many emotions ~

 

 

Lynn, struggling with all the emotions from the day, turned to her new Twitter supporters for solace. 

Because heartbreak is best soothed by puppies. 


And boy, did they deliver. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lynn, who's grateful for all the support she's received in the last week, understands why her post has resonated with so many people. 

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"I believe that everyone is seeing true love through this tweet," Lynn said.

DAMN RIGHT. WE'RE ALSO SEEING A LOT OF OUR OWN TEARS.