Jane Seymour must think she has a finger on the pulse of this whole Arnold-Schwarzenegger-love-child story, because she's telling reporters she wasn't surprised at all by Arnold and Maria's split. And what's more? She's pretty sure the ex-Cali governor has more secrets. Many more. And the media will be figuring it all out pretty soon.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver were together for over 25 years—an eternity by Hollywood standards. But how many of those years did he spend cheating on his wife? And how many total women was he with during their marriage? When all is said and done, this might turn out to be a Tiger-esque list.
No more are the days when friends end relationship by telephone or writing a note. Imagine sitting at your computer screen and getting an instant message (IM) from your best friend forever (BFF). This is the person who you have shared secrets, spoke about your dreams and expected to grow old together. Sounds like a spouse?
After 25 years of marriage, Maria Shriver separates from California's ex-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger leaving their Los Angeles manson. According to TMZ's website it sited one reason for the couples split was because the former First Lady felt unappreciated in their relationship.
Maria Shriver recently asked a question on YouTube: What are three things you wished you’d known during your last transition? As she navigates her newly announced separation from Arnold Schwarzenegger, here are the three things I think will be most helpful to her... and things I wished I’d known during my own separation. Arnold Schwarzenegger & Maria Shriver Split After 25 Years
Not every princess gets a fairy tale ending. It turns out Olivia Wilde's marriage wasn't built to last forever. The 'House' actress has split from her husband of eight years, Italian prince Tao Ruspoli. Wilde met the filmmaker in 2003 at the age of 18 and they eloped six months later.
Former Proposal co-stars Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock were seen ringing in the new year at Bess Bistro in Austin, Texas,according to UsMagazine.com. Sources said the two looked “very playful” and were “smiling all the time and sometimes touching.” Reynolds, who filed for divorce from Scarlett Johannson at the end of last year after a two-year marriage, and Bullock, who’s been divorced from Jesse James since last June, may be bonding over their breakups.
The news that Courteney Cox and David Arquette were separating after 11 years of marriage sent ripples of distress throughout America's tabloid-reading community and beyond. "Really?" thought many, surprised by their own personal sadness over public figures' private lives. For whatever reason, the dissolution of this marriage hit home for many Americans. Perhaps it's because—despite the celebrity characters—the story is infinitely relatable.
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Thanks to a benevolent pastor's pilot project, newly-separated fathers living in Switzerland can have temporary shelter and a safe haven to recover from the trauma of their divorce. The shelter, which was opened by Andreas Cabalzar in late 2009, can house up to three fathers at a time. Cabalzar also designated two bedrooms for children of guests, who pay the equivalent of $166 per week to stay.
My husband and I were in a long-distance relationship for two years before we got married. I really enjoyed some aspects of it, because it forced him to write out his feelings on paper and now I have them for posterity. He's a pretty quiet guy, so being in a long-distance relationship forced him to come out of his comfort zone. Also, it was nice to have that space at a time when we were both focusing on school and he was able to sucker me into marrying him without me knowing that he leaves his socks on the floor. So it worked out
Did you ever swear that your partner or spouse said something that they say they never said? Have you ever fought with your significant other because you disagreed with their ideas or thoughts about something? Maybe you've had an argument with your spouse because you think the kids should be more 'respectful, quiet, athletic...' and then you wind up feeling disconnected, hurt and angry? These are surefire ways to create discord in your relationship and if we do them long enough these behaviors can lead to separation or even divorce. Thus, Harville Hendrix, author of Getting The Love You Want and creator of Imago Relationship Therapy states “You can be right or you can be married”.