In a new interview with Access Hollywood, Bialik discussed why she was similarly open about her recent divorce.
“I wanted to write about some of the more complicated aspects. And specifically, also, there’s certain things [related] to Jewish divorce that people don’t know about," she said, describing the religious process that Jewish couples can undergo.
"You sit in the same room and you watch your divorce deed be written," she said. "It’s actually a very interesting thousands year old document that you watch written and you have to be in the same room as your ex.”
“To me, it was a very cathartic, very emotionally powerful sense of closure for us,” she said. “It’s very intense. So I wrote for Kveller about some of those aspects in hopes to kind of maybe [be] helpful to other people or other women.”
Bialik and her husband, Michael Stone, ended their nine-year marriage last May, citing irreconcilable differences.
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