Wait. Is love actually real again? After a year that's brought us the swift demise of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian, and Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, a large portion of the population was likely readying breakup weaponry of their own. However, here's Jennifer Aniston swooping into the conversation with an urgent delivery of hope.

Aniston and longtime partner Justin Theroux were reportedly married on Wednesday during a private ceremony at their Bel Air home, according to People. The ceremony was tasteful and subdued, with a reported seating arrangement designed for no more than 74 attendees. The ceremony comes just days before the couple's third anniversary.

As you absorb this seemingly sudden but certainly expected news, let's ponder the possibilities set into motion by this glorious union. Though many of us spent the first half of this year scrawling things like "#LOVEISDEAD" and "THERE'S NO ROOM FOR LOVE IN NIHILISM (AND ARBY'S)" onto whatever the adult version of a Trapper Keeper is, we can now discard those destructively all caps habits and embrace the future. Love is back, everyone.