Actress Mayim Bialik from “Big Bang Theory” divorcing husband

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After nine years of marriage, “The Big Bang” actress Mayin Bialik and her husband are getting divorced, according to her Facebook page. Bialik, who also starred in the 1990s sitcom “Blossom,” and her soon-to-be ex-husband Michael Stone have two sons together.

Bialik, 36, said that divorce is very hard for children and it was not something that her and Stone had decided upon lightly.

Although Bialik authored a book about “attachment parenting,” of which she is also a supporter, but says that it “played no role” in the divorce.

Attachment parenting promotes the nurturing of strong bonds between children and parents; this can include extended breast feeding and sleeping in the same bed until the children are as old as seven.

Also posted on Bialik’s Facebook page was a statement saying that the main priority for her and Stone, now, is to make a smooth and painless transition from one loving home with two parents to two loving homes with one parent in each. “Our sons deserve parents committed to their growth and health and that’s what we are focusing on.”

Bialik is a former child star, who first appeared on television in the 1980s on a series called “Webster” and another called “The Facts of Life.” She then landed the title role in the coming-of-age show “Blossom,” which ran from 1991 to 1995. “Blossom” was about a smart teenage girl whose parents were divorced and is learning about life.

The actress then attended the University of California, Los Angeles, from where she graduated with a doctorate in neuroscience.

Michael Stone was a fellow graduate student, whom she met in calculus class, according to a previous internet post about her wedding.

Most recently, Bialik has a role on CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory.” She plays Amy Farrah Fowler, a neuroscientist who is dating the socially inept, but brilliant physicist Sheldon Cooper.

Lucky for Mayim Bialik and Michael Stone, their divorce seems to be going very smoothly, at least for the sake of their children. Unfortunately that is not the case and divorce attorneys must mediate. Get yourself a trusted divorce attorney from Geneva, Illinois that can put your interests first. The attorneys from The Law Offices of Douglas B. Warlick and Associates can help you through your divorce as smoothly as possible.

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