Once best known as the randy gardener who romped with Gaby (Eva Longoria) on Desperate Housewives, Jesse Metcalfe has been getting into all kinds of trouble—marital and financial—as Christopher Ewing on TNT's hit reboot of Dallas. In a cast full of schemers, he's the good guy "but he has insecurities and demons that he's grappling with and he's constantly striving to prove himself to the family," says Metcalfe, 34.
Since the reign of Carrie Bradshaw, single ladies everywhere have proudly "carried" (no pun intended) the title of "Single & Fabulous." But I think it's time to pull out The Single Woman Thesaurus and break down this moniker a little to get to the heart of what this really means.
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Over lunch with a friend one day, Kevin was asked about the "secret of your obviously happy and healthy love relationship." Kevin's response wasn't short, it wasn't simple, but it rang true. So what do happy, long-lasting couples like Kevin and his wife know about long-term love that many of us don't? These 10 secrets of highly successful couples.
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Zack, Kelly, Slater, Jessie, Lisa, and yes, even Screech. Our favorite high school gang taught us countless lessons about friendships, hardships, and the most confusing thing of all—love.
A friend of mine recently said to me, somewhat in awe, "I'm just discovering that energy is everything!" Right, it is, but what does this mean, exactly? Our energy is the frequency, or vibration, that automatically emanates from our being, and is a result of our intention. Each of us is always radiating energy.
In relationships, if we don't possess a healthy sense of self, we end up matching up with someone who perfectly fits the pieces of us we have discounted, disowned, and rejected.