Since the announcement last week, many people are speculating about what made Katie Holmes file for divorce from Tom Cruise. She appeared to have everything a girl could dream of: an amazing career, a devilishly handsome husband, a beautiful daughter and more money than a person could spend in a lifetime. What was Katie's deciding factor? Here are two possible answers.
Nature is beautiful and romantic, therefore gardens and beaches make absolutely lovely settings for wedding ceremonies. They are ripe with potential for spectacular photographs. Alas, an outdoor ceremony also has the potential for disaster. Nature is unpredictable and as much as we would like to believe all will be well, the sad truth is that the weather doesn't care who is getting married at any particular moment in time.
It’s all over the headlines that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are divorcing. Reasons cited include the Church of Scientology as the third party in the marriage and Katie’s growing apprehension about daughter Suri being raised as a Scientologist. But there are more fundamental reasons for their split that you can learn from—ways to approach a relationship that vastly minimize your odds of divorcing later.
The vital energy that flows in our body (called Qi, Ch’i, Ki, Prana, bio-electricity, orgone) is the basis of our well-being, health and mood. According to Traditional Chinese Classics, part of our Qi is the original Qi transferred by our parents. Bad news: that original Qi is like a fixed capital, that depletes while we age.
I remember when I was single and how much I wanted to find the right man for me. I was doing everything that I knew to attract him. I was “getting out there”. I had a vision board (before they were cool!) I was telling my friends to set me up on blind dates. I was reading the books on the subject. I took workshops on personal growth and development and on relationships. You name it, I was doing it.
Question: I am 43 and I think I look pretty hot! My husband hardly touches me, but I see him touching his private parts when I am not there and when I catch him and he looks at me, he does not look like he wants to even try to have sex with me. Why is he doing that? And he says he loves me and blah, blah, blah...I am about to give up! …Pam
Last week was Men’s Health week; and as another nod to the guys, I thought I’d help them by helping you better understand them. (Did you follow that?) In particular, I want to help you better understand the experience men have when they’re trying to "date like a grownup."