One of my best friends who's a girl thinks it's hilarious. My girlfriend's totally busting my balls and she wants to give my girlfriend a huge high five. Let me explain what happened. A few months ago I launched my book. "Life's too short to date men like me" http://www.amazon.com/Lifes-Too-Short-Date-Like/dp/1462042724/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1320283302&sr=8-1.
Leaving wasn't as easy as I thought it was. I really didn't want to move back home with my parents especially since I had a baby. But I had to put some sort of plan into action and quick. He was due home in a couple days. He called maybe twice since he left and each time he started an argument. He began making these wild accusations of things I wouldn't even dream of doing. My heart ached even more! He was putting on a show in front of this woman. I took this personal because I am his wife and I should be the most important person in his life. Not some flousy!
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Charlyism of the Day inspired by Kim K... If you don’t look at yourself, your choices and why you made them, you learn nothing and repeat everything. Today’s Charlyism is inspired by —you guessed it, Kim Kardashian and the marriage that wasn’t the fairy tale she imagined it would be. At least that's her latest quote about why she filed for divorce.
It is being reported that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are divorcing after a very public 72-day marriage. But Kim and Kris aren’t the only celeb couple whose marriage ended before reaching a one-year anniversary. Here’s a few other celebrity couples who didn’t last “’til death do us part”:
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I think online dating is fantastic, in theory. In practice it's a lot more tricky. When online dating first appeared, it had a stigma attached. It was weird. Creepy even. I recall that a handsome successful guy I knew was doing it when online dating was in its infancy and I remember thinking "what's wrong with him"? Online dating back then was so new and different that most people didn't quite know what to make of it. (Some still don't.)
"Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me" I remember this song from my childhood. It was what parents often said to their child(ren) when they came home crying or upset about something another child said to them or about them. We were made to believe that words don't hurt. As an adult, I completely disagree with this. Words do hurt! It's often the words from loved ones that hurt the most.
While she first hit the headlines during her stint on The X Factor in 2010, Cher Lloyd has graduated to the status of celebrity gossip column royalty this year. It seems you can’t pick up a newspaper without seeing the 17-year-old’s face scowling out from the pages – and she’s certainly made an impact on the music scene with her banging/unintentionally hilarious debut single Swagger Jagger.