Is Facebook the root of the dramatics in your own life? Here are 4 different types of drama's that can surface out from Facebook and why you can learn how to be happy by deactivating yours today!
We can always count on the 'Real Housewives of New York' to provide us with a dose of reality show TV drama! From Carole and Aviva's ghostwriter squabble, to Heather’s disgust with VPLs (that’s Visible Panty Lines), OK! Magazine caught up with the women to hear their side of events and catch up on their busy lives.
In her tell-all memoir, 'Handbook for an Unpredictable Life: How I Survived Sister Renata and My Crazy Mother, and Still Came Out Smiling (with Great Hair)', Rosie Perez details her early days with then-aspiring dancer Jennifer Lopez.
The holidays are a time of togetherness but, for those of us who have annoying relatives, that's not always a good thing.
Finely stop surfing the web trying to figure out men and why they aren't interested in you, Put down that bowel of ice cream and stop feeling sorry for yourself right now! It's done, it's over, the whole why men aren't interested in my thinking is now a thing of the past, walk away and get ready to ignite your sex life, dating life and have a life full of passion with the very next man you come in contact with.
In the immortal words of famed rapper Jay-Z, No matter where you go, you are who you are player! Whether the scandal is going on in your community or within; what happens in the dark will come to light. Mama’s all over the world, including my own, are fond of warning their children to be conscious and aware that anything that they do in private, it could possibly get out to the public. Remember, each thought and action is planting a seed and what you plant now will determine what you will reap later. Stop telling yourself that the drama you create
The reviews of ABC's newest drama, the deliciously soapy 'Nashville,' were pretty much the same universally. Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere as feuding country stars? Is there anything unappealing there?
Although Hollywood has taught us that it's the couples who split and then reunite later in life who have "true love," researcher Amber Vennum from Kansas State University says otherwise. According to Vennum, "second chance romances" aren't what they're cracked up to be and should be left in the past.
Our Life Response Kit Life has a way to take us into dramas and situations where we may find our self triggered with a negative emotional charge or reactive with fear, self-doubt, and anger. When this feeling of being out of control rises up, anxiety can take over causing a sudden reaction that may not serve our highest good in the moment. After the dust of emotions have settled, have you ever thought to your self? “I wish I could have done this differently” or “If only I would have stayed calm”.
How we fight sometimes says more about us than how we got into a fight in the first place. Living a conflict-free life, especially with a loved one, sounds nice but in reality is impossible. Not only that, but it's unhealthy. Disagreements from time to time, if dealt with maturely and with the requisite kindness, can actually help to strengthen the bond between partners. And that's not simply due to the makeup sex phenomenon, a theme so commonly mimed in sitcoms and romantic comedies. Yes, fighting within a couple is normal. However, within each fight lies a potential minefield of insensitive comments and dirty tricks. Fights are only productive if done fairly. Here's a list of seven dos and seven don’ts to keep in mind when entering a tiff to make sure you’re fighting fairly. Following these rules could be the difference between making up and sleeping on the couch.