When you're a glamorous personality with your life on display (on display), there's plenty of negativity that comes with the job. But there are also some pretty great things that go along with being a 'Real Housewife.' Here are ten things that I bet they give thanks for each and every day.
I suppose they're hers to do with as she chooses, but I find the whole move by Mick Jagger's ex, Marsha Hunt, to auction off his love letters to her rather sad. That's just what's happening next month in London, however.
He certainly isn't shy about shouting his adoration for his lady love from the rooftops, and that's why it shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that Kanye West recently showed off pictures of Kim Kardashian to his friends. And these weren't just any photos of Kim — because the shots in question were of her wearing a bikini.
We all know men and women are different. Besides the obvious plumbing, they seem to speak a different language too. But it goes much further than that. When it comes to being sexy, both genders have unique views.
Well, that's one more 2012 presidential debate said and done, and I'm sure the only thing people on both Democrats and Republicans will be able to agree upon tomorrow will be that both Michelle Obama and Ann Romney looked faaabulous in their Schiaparelli pink outfits. Yep, the wives sure made quite the impression! But not as much as Mitt's "Binders Full of Women!"
This morning, on September 11, many of us reflect. I think about where I was 11 years ago today when the first plane hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m. This morning, I rode a creaky subway to work, my thoughts consuming me.
If only I could give Sandra Fluke a high-five right now! As a fellow American woman, I've been fuming over the incredibly disrespectful, ignorant, and downright detestable comments Rush Limbaugh made about the Georgetown Law University student since that oafish blowhard called her a "slut" on the air back in February (for daring to voice her opinion that universities should provide contraception coverage).
Insecurity. We've all experienced it. Whether it flares up when you're standing next to a gorgeous woman or because your current flame is in contact with his old flame, we've all been insecure. And, while most of us wouldn't care to admit it, many of us have been needy too.
It seems that mass murderer James Holmes had not only been meticulously planning his horrific sneak attack for months, loading up with multiple guns and 6000 rounds of ammo, but he'd also been diligently looking for a girlfriend and possible mother of future children.
The names of the Colorado theater shooting victims are slowly leaking out, and along with them are stories of heartache and stories of heroism. But it's the final heroic moments for three men shot to death while shielding their girlfriends during the midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" that really put into perspective the distance between the dark, twisted mind of the shooter and the pure hearts of his victims.
One of the most dangerous fears that swirls around in the minds of many women—too many women—is the fear of being man-less. The phobia of being alone and detached keeps them stocked with either an endless supply of disposable dudes or the same ol' dud who's proven himself unworthy year after year after year.
For years I was a big believer in "keeping secrets" in a relationship. They weren't "secrets" as much as having privacy. Not once did I check his text messages or his email (even though I had his password). Then I found out my fiancé was living a secret life as a gay man.