Episode 291 Scott Adams: Why You Can’t Tell Good News From Bad

Topics: 

  • Prediction success: Republicans will do better than expected
  • (fun) Prediction success: Outcome will be ambiguous on election day
  • (fun) Bet success: Republicans will hold the house
  • Our robust election system worked
  • At what point do we stop reporting the ethnicity of elected officials?
    • It’s a big deal when the first something takes office
    • It’ll be a bigger deal when “the first” isn’t a big deal
  • Healthcare…why can’t we have both single-payer and universal?
    • Let everyone choose one or the other, as they prefer
  • The election results were the best thing for the country
    • It will take a while, but in the end the country will benefit
    • The Senate assures President Trump can continue progress
    • Prediction: The House result will allow allow progress as well

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The Tell Tale Heart, starring Boris Karloff (Unabridged) – Edgar Allan Poe

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The Tell Tale Heart, starring Boris Karloff (Unabridged)

Edgar Allan Poe

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: July 2, 2009

© ℗ © 2009 Renaissance E Books, Inc.

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Sex Toy Patents Tell Story of Evolving Social Norms

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In 1988, Acid House Swept Britain. These Fliers Tell the Story.

Thirty years ago, British youth culture was transformed by acid house music and the drug Ecstasy — with, surprisingly, a little help from a group of flier designers.
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How to Tell If a Girl Likes You

This article will give you an answer to your question how to tell if a girl likes you? From Alpha to Omega this article will cover all the intricacies. After reading this article you will never say phrases like- It is impossible to understand a woman.
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Episode 83: “Word Salad” tell for Cognitive Dissonance on CNN Today

Topics:

  • Remember: The “news” has an agenda and is part of the political process
  • Examples of “word salad” on CNN’s Brian Selter’s show today
  • President Trump has raised our awareness; we now know to question the “news”

 

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Tell Me How You Really Feel – Courtney Barnett

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Tell Me How You Really Feel

Courtney Barnett

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 18, 2018

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Courtney Barnett Faces Doubts and Doubters on ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’

Newly unguarded, the songwriter sets aside her sly character studies in favor of declarations and confrontations on her second solo studio album.
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Khloé Kardashian Reveals She Dreams About Her Late Dog: ‘I Wonder What She Is Trying To Tell Me’

Is Khloé Kardashian’s late dog trying to send her a message? The reality star seems to think so! Khloé revealed that her beloved pup Gabbana has been appearing in her dreams repeatedly, and the mom-to-be asked her Twitter followers what it could all mean.


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Kid Ink “Tell Somebody,” Steve Aoki ft. Lil Uzi Vert “Been Ballin” & More | Daily Visuals 3.6.18

A lot of people are scared to travel to Mexico due to the drug cartels and Trump demonizing it’s peoples, but Kid Ink isn’t wetting that at all.

For his visuals to “Tell Somebody” the California crooner heads down to Tijuana, Mexico to take in the culture and tell the story of young love gone sour.

Back in the US Steve Aoki and Lil Uzi Vert rock the crowd and flow in rivers of digital gold (Bitcoins?) in their clip to “Been Ballin.”

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K. GAINS & MAXWELL BENSON FT. RASS KASS & LYRIC JONES – “COOK THAT BASS”

KEY GLOCK – “RUSSIAN CREAM”

LIL REEK & BRODINSKI – “ROCK OUT”

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‘The Bachelor’s’ Bibiana Says She Was Excited to See Arie Put Krystal In Her Place At Women Tell All

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Lies We Tell – Mitu Misra

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Lies We Tell

Mitu Misra

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: February 2, 2018


When his billionaire boss Demi (Harvey Keitel) dies, chauffeur Donald (Gabriel Byrne) is given one final job – to wipe out any evidence of Demi's relationship with his mistress, the enigmatic and beautiful Amber (Sibylla Deen). Donald's task soon unravels when Amber's life is threatened, and he finds himself her reluctant protector. Unwittingly drawn into a dangerous urban underworld, he encounters dark, harrowing practices, and a sinister criminal figure who will test him to his very limits.

© © 2017 Bradford International Film Associates Limited

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Learn How to Tell If A Girl Likes You

Whether you’re not ready to jump in and directly ask or you’re on that first date and trying to decipher if the vibes you feel are reciprocated, it can be hard to figure out how tell if a girl likes you. To help you out, here are some of the most common ways a girl shows that she’s really into you…
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Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Dead – Christiana Miller

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Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Dead

A Paranormal Mystery

Christiana Miller

Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date: November 30, 2015

Publisher: HekaRose Publishing

Seller: Christiana Marie Miller


(The 2016 e-book version of Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead includes a Q & A with the Author). A little magic can go a long way — to really screwing up a girl's life! Mara is having the worst month of her life. At least, that's what her cards tell her and they've never been wrong. She's evicted from her apartment, loses her job and is banned from Beverly Hills. So when the tarot cards predict her imminent demise, she uses a little magic to make her world right. Suddenly, an aunt she's never met dies, leaving Mara as her sole heir. But when Mara moves into her inherited home, she discovers Aunt Tillie never moved out. She's still one pissed-off old lady, even post-mortem, and she blames Mara's magical meddling for her death. When Mara accidentally releases a demon and awakens the spirit of the most powerful witch in history, Tillie's ready to kill her — literally. It's the only way she can think of to save the girl from herself. The witch and the demon, however, have other plans for Mara's body! This is a full-length novel at 98,000 words (340 pages). NOTE: Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead is a quirky urban fantasy that mixes humor, suspense and witchcraft. It contains language and adult situations and is not suitable for children. WHAT BOOK REVIEWERS ARE SAYING: "This was so much fun to read I didn't want it to end! If you are looking for a paranormal story that has it all, this is it!" — Wickedly Bookish "Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead is a must-read for paranormal lovers. Christiana Miller is an author to keep an eye on!" — Melanie's Book Addiction "Get ready for a psychic roller coaster ride. This book is a tour de force novel of magic, spellcraft and over all chills." — Everything Magical and Middle Eastern "A charming, well written, fun novel well worth the read. Ms. Miller's humor is delightful! Come fly with her through the bewitching life of Mara – you won't be disappointed!" — FMAM Mostly Mystery Reviews "If you want a great indie paranormal adult read that will keep you turning the pages and guessing what will happen next, then pick up this book and give it a read." — My Guilty Obsession "Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead was a tremendous amount of fun to read. Christiana Miller's background in the TV industry shows in her confident, imaginative plotting and idiosyncratic characters that leap off the page with the power of their intention within the story." — Reading is My Super Power WHAT OTHER AUTHORS ARE SAYING: "A spellbinding tale about the families we are born to–and the ones we choose. It captivates from the first page and holds on until the final, shocking conclusion. You won't want to miss it!" — Barbra Annino, Author of the Stacy Justice Mystery Series "This was such a fun read! I loved the characters of Mara and Gus and their banter. It's not all witchiness, though, it's also witty, romantic, and heartfelt. You won't be able to put it down." — Sibel Hodge, author of the Amber Fox Mystery Series "Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead is a fine romp through spookyland, with enough paranormal creepiness to chill your blood. Witches, demons, magic spells, oh my! There's just enough intrigue and magic spells to keep you on edge, and Miller's hilarious one-liners leave you begging for more. Highly recommended for fun but scary reading on dark, stormy nights." — Bonnie Turner, Author of Down the Memory Hole

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Something To Tell You – HAIM

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Something To Tell You

HAIM

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 7, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Haim Productions Inc. under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater (Unabridged) – Brian Quinn, Bryan Johnson & Walter Flanagan

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Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater (Unabridged)

Brian Quinn, Bryan Johnson & Walter Flanagan

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 6.95

Publish Date: July 30, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Makin Hay Books

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Don’t Tell My Husband U Fucked My Ass

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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe) – Demi Lovato

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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe)

Demi Lovato

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: September 29, 2017

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The Stories We Tell Ourselves – Nothing More

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The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Nothing More

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: September 15, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Better Noise Records

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Tell Me You Love Me – Demi Lovato

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Tell Me You Love Me

Demi Lovato

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: September 29, 2017

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Tell ‘Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs – Walter Flanagan, Brian Quinn, Sunday Jeff & Bryan Johnson

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Tell ‘Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs

Walter Flanagan, Brian Quinn, Sunday Jeff & Bryan Johnson

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 5.95

Publish Date: April 2, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Makin Hay Books. Inc.

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Don’t Tell My Wife I Buttfucked Her Best Friend 7

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Evan and Brooke sneak into a spare room at an office party while Evan’s wife is passed out. Evan says he wants to "talk" to Brooke but soon he’s got what he’s really after…anal sex with his wife’s best friend.

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Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography (Unabridged) – Rob Lowe

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Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography (Unabridged)

Rob Lowe

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: April 26, 2011

© ℗ © 2011 Macmillan Audio

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Shocking Omissions: The Embodied Vulnerability Of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ ‘Fever To Tell’

On Fever To Tell, Karen O creates art that breaks down boundaries in a very public way.

On its debut album, the band escaped the confines and conventions of early aughts indie rock through Karen O’s ability to match sexuality with intimacy and heartbreak.

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Should I Tell The Truth?

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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe) – Demi Lovato

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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe)

Demi Lovato

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: September 29, 2017

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Demi Lovato Performs Stripped Down ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ & ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ at VEVO Live Event

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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe) – Demi Lovato

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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe)

Demi Lovato

Genre: Pop

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Release Date: September 29, 2017

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The Stories We Tell Ourselves – Nothing More

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The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Nothing More

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 15, 2017

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Joachim Rønning & Espen Sandberg

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Joachim Rønning & Espen Sandberg

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: May 26, 2017


Thrust into an adventure, a down-on-his luck Captain Jack Sparrow finds the winds of ill fortune blowing even more strongly when a crew of deadly ghost pirates led by an old rival, the terrifying Captain Salazar, escape from the Devil’s Triangle, determined to kill every pirate at sea…including him. His only hope of survival lies in finding the legendary Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that gives its possessor total control of the seas.

© © 2017 Walt Disney Pictures

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HOW TO TELL IF SOMETHING IS A PROTEST with David Alan Grier

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There will be lots of fireworks when “The Bache lorette: The Men Tell All” airs next Monday night on ABC. Ashley Iaconetti was at the taping of the reunion for Access Hollywood and she tells us what to expect.


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Backstage, after “The Bachelorette: Men Tell All” taping, Kenny King talks with Access Hollywood guest correspondent Ashley Iaconetti about the upcoming “The Bachelorette: Men Tell All”, his thoughts on Lindsay and Lee Garrett.
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I Tell You How Citizens Can Fix Health Care (Now that Congress Failed)

Congress just proved something that we all suspected: They are the wrong tool for fixing health care. The topic is too complicated, the politics are too corrosive, and the money interests are too strong. That’s why citizens will step in and fill the gap with their own proposals. I expect to see a number of citizen-created health care proposals emerge soon. To that end, I thought I would get the ball rolling by framing the problem in this short 4-minute video. This is how any large business would approach the problem of spiraling healthcare costs. Here is the graphic from the video clip:

The advantage American citizens have in 2017, that we never had before, is a populist president who can sell the bejeezus out of a health care plan if someone could come up with one that makes sense. But for that to happen, Congress first had to do a hard faceplant in the asphalt, to show the country they are not the right tool for the job. That phase is complete. Time for the next phase.

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Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right (Unabridged) – Al Franken

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Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right (Unabridged)

Al Franken

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 20.95

Publish Date: August 29, 2003

© ℗ © 2003 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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Something To Tell You – HAIM

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Something To Tell You

HAIM

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 7, 2017

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Only Time Will Tell – Jeffrey Archer

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Only Time Will Tell

Jeffrey Archer

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: August 30, 2011

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Seller: Macmillan / Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC


From the internationally bestselling author of Kane and Abel and A Prisoner of Birth comes Only Time Will Tell , the first in an ambitious new series that tells the story of one family across generations, across oceans, from heartbreak to triumph. The epic tale of Harry Clifton’s life begins in 1920, with the words “I was told that my father was killed in the war.” A dock worker in Bristol, Harry never knew his father, but he learns about life on the docks from his uncle, who expects Harry to join him at the shipyard once he’s left school. But then an unexpected gift wins him a scholarship to an exclusive boys’ school, and his life will never be the same again. As he enters into adulthood, Harry finally learns how his father really died, but the awful truth only leads him to question, was he even his father? Is he the son of Arthur Clifton, a stevedore who spent his whole life on the docks, or the firstborn son of a scion of West Country society, whose family owns a shipping line? This introductory novel in Archer’s ambitious series The Clifton Chronicles includes a cast of colorful characters and takes us from the ravages of the Great War to the outbreak of the Second World War, when Harry must decide whether to take up a place at Oxford or join the navy and go to war with Hitler’s Germany. From the docks of working-class England to the bustling streets of 1940 New York City, Only Time Will Tell takes readers on a journey through to future volumes, which will bring to life one hundred years of recent history to reveal a family story that neither the reader nor Harry Clifton himself could ever have imagined.

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Tell Me I’m Pretty – Cage the Elephant

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Tell Me I’m Pretty

Cage the Elephant

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 7.99

Expected Release Date: December 18, 2015

© ℗ 2015 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Kylie Jenner & Kim Kardashian — Can You Tell The Difference?

Neither could we, really. Kylie Jenner and Tyga looked more like a copycat version of Kim and Kanye in the Big Apple. Kylie’s not exactly coy about jacking her older sister’s style. The photo on the left of Kylie and her BF was…

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The OGs of the Female Orgasm Tell You How to Get Off

It was almost 40 years ago that feminist and sexologist Shere Hite published a 600-page report about women’s sex lives, revealing how most women orgasm (by masturbating), and, well, don’t (through penetration). And while her…


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Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Dead – Christiana Miller

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Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Dead

A Paranormal Mystery

Christiana Miller

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: August 30, 2015

Publisher: HekaRose Publishing

Seller: Christiana Marie Miller


A little magic can go a long way — to really screwing up a girl's life!  Mara is having the worst month of her life. At least, that's what her cards tell her and they've never been wrong. She's evicted from her apartment, loses her job and is banned from Beverly Hills. So when the tarot cards predict her imminent demise, she uses a little magic to make her world right.  Suddenly, an aunt she's never met dies, leaving Mara as her sole heir. But when Mara moves into her inherited home, she discovers Aunt Tillie never moved out. She's still one pissed-off old lady, even post-mortem, and she blames Mara's magical meddling for her death.  When Mara accidentally releases a demon and awakens the spirit of the most powerful witch in history, Tillie's ready to kill her — literally. It's the only way she can think of to save the girl from herself.  The witch and the demon, however, have other plans for Mara's body!  This is a full-length novel, at 88,500 words (332 pages).  GENRE: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Ghost Story, Supernatural Suspense, Contemporary Fantasy, Paranormal Mystery.  WHAT BOOK REVIEWERS ARE SAYING:  "This was so much fun to read I didn't want it to end! If you are looking for a paranormal story that has it all, this is it!" — Wickedly Bookish  "Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead is a must-read for paranormal lovers. Christiana Miller is an author to keep an eye on!" — Melanie's Book Addiction  "Get ready for a psychic roller coaster ride. This book is a tour de force novel of magic, spellcraft and over all chills." — Everything Magical and Middle Eastern  "A charming, well written, fun novel well worth the read. Ms. Miller's humor is delightful! Come fly with her through the bewitching life of Mara – you won't be disappointed!" — FMAM Mostly Mystery Reviews  "If you want a great indie paranormal adult read that will keep you turning the pages and guessing what will happen next, then pick up this book and give it a read." — My Guilty Obsession  "Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead was a tremendous amount of fun to read. Christiana Miller's background in the TV industry shows in her confident, imaginative plotting and idiosyncratic characters that leap off the page with the power of their intention within the story." — Reading is My Super Power  WHAT OTHER AUTHORS ARE SAYING:  "A spellbinding tale about the families we are born to–and the ones we choose. It captivates from the first page and holds on until the final, shocking conclusion. You won't want to miss it!" — Barbra Annino, Opal Fire: A Stacy Justice Mystery  "Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead is a fine romp through spookyland, with enough paranormal creepiness to chill your blood. Witches, demons, magic spells, oh my! There's just enough intrigue and magic spells to keep you on edge, and Miller's hilarious one-liners leave you begging for more. Highly recommended for fun but scary reading on dark, stormy nights." — Bonnie Turner, Down the Memory Hole

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Twins Are Taking Over the Fashion World: Here’s How to Tell Who’s Who

Odette & Liya Pavlova

With multiple sets of sisters appearing in campaigns or on the catwalk either solo or side by side, model twins are experiencing a major fashion moment. And it’s hard enough to keep track of new faces without those new faces having, well, identical new faces elsewhere. With the Pavlova, Bell, Moosgaard, and Soles girls all making an impact this season, we decided it was high time for an official Vogue.com explainer. Here, your handy guide to modeling’s current crop of doppelgängers.



Amelie & Cecile Moosgaard

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Amelie & Cecile Moosgaard, Prada Spring 2016 

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The Moosgaard Twins
Danish newcomers Cecilie and Amalie Moosgaard have been unstoppable since their runway debut at Prada, turning up on the catwalk for Sacai, Sonia Rykiel, and Valentino. While their show list may be comparatively short, the duo have managed to accumulate work with several of the world’s top stylists, including Karl Templer (Sacai and Valentino) and Olivier Rizzo (Prada). Those are the kinds of connections that invariably lead to editorial and campaign work, but for the moment the twins are busy taking plenty of pictures of their own.

Amalie
Instagram: @amaliemoosgaard
Born a few moments earlier, Amalie is the older twin. A lover of interior design, she works part time for Danish home-goods brand House Doctor when she isn’t modeling. In between shows, Amalie has used her time in Paris to shop for books on Saint-Germain-des-Prés and take in local must-sees like Place Vendôme’s luxurious boutiques.

Cecilie
Instagram: @ceciliemoosgaard
After being discovered with her sister on the way back from a family shopping trip in Aarhus, Denmark, Cecilie has come into her own. Whether she’s snapping candid pictures backstage at Prada or zooming in on Paris’s impressive architectural details, Cecilie’s soft-focus images are eclectic and dreamy.



Odette & Liya Pavlova

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Odette & Liya Pavlova, Chanel Spring 2016

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The Pavlova Twins
The Pavlovas experienced their breakthrough moments separately last fall, with each snagging a spot in a high-profile show. Lia opened Gucci as an exclusive (becoming an instant favorite of designer Alessandro Michele), while Odette racked up a series of appearances at spring couture, working with Viktor & Rolf and Schiaparelli, before becoming an exclusive for Saint Laurent for Fall 2015. On social media, the twins share a knack for keeping their fans abreast of their latest accomplishments, updating followers with images from each and every show they do, interspersed with behind-the-scenes candids with fellow Russian models like Anabel Krasnotsvetova and Liza Ostanina.

Lia
Instagram: @pavlovalia
A movie buff with a love of independent film, Lia is well versed in the oeuvre of her favorite actor, Jared Leto, citing Requiem for a Dream and Mr. Nobody as her top two movies. Lia even loves the superstar’s band, Thirty Seconds to Mars—and snapped a selfie of herself with Leto and co. backstage at their concert last spring.

Odette
Instagram: @odette.pavlova
Though she’s spent the past few weeks making waves as one of fashion month’s top walkers, Odette always makes time for music, especially for rock bands like Casa Murilo. She also has an appreciation for pop culture classics, as evidenced by her love of David Bowie, Andy Warhol, and the work of starchitect Zaha Hadid.



Kelsey & Baylee Soles

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Kelsey & Baylee Soles, Vogue Model Casting

The Soles Twins
With their edgy good looks and rock ’n’ roll vibe, the Soles twins have been embraced by designers like Hedi Slimane, who tapped both for an exclusive for Spring 2015. Given their different hair colors—Baylee is dark brown while Kelsey is a dirty blonde—it’s a little easier to tell these two apart, but cut and color aren’t their sole differences. Enrolled in beauty class by their dad after a few too many preteen makeup experiments gone wrong, the Soles were scouted by their instructor, who soon became their mother agent.

Baylee
Instagram: @bayleesoles
A vintage collector with an eye for finding all the right pieces, Baylee shares her favorite items on Instagram but generally keeps mum about where she procures them—lest others tap into her secret wardrobe sources. Where most models keep their social updates image-focused, Baylee’s sense of humor makes her GIF-filled Twitter feed a must-read.

Kelsey
Instagram: @kelseysoles
Thirty seconds older, Kelsey went platinum to differentiate herself from her sister after they were continually mistaken for each other during castings. A fellow vintage fan, she’s amassed an enviable collection of denim bought during her international travels.



Ruth Bell

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Ruth Bell

Photographed by Phil Oh

The Bell Twins
Instagram: @ruthandmay
The Bell sisters have used this season to distinguish themselves from each other: Emerging on the scene after entering the Elite Model Look U.K. contest back in 2013, which May won. With matching freckled faces and strawberry blonde hair, the Bells were a pair of English roses until Paul Hanlon gave Ruth her signature bleached buzz cut, setting off a chain of events that would lead her to fashion month’s top runways, including Versace, Kenzo, Isabel Marant, and Gucci. May has yet to make her fashion month debut, but given the buzz surrounding Ruth, she’s certain to show up any minute now . . .

Ruth
Instagram: @ruthnotmay
When she isn’t modeling, Ruth is immersing herself in history—particularly where it pertains to geography and African studies. A fan of folksy rock, Ruth listens to bands like Haim while back in her hometown of Deal, but with her love of hiking, rock climbing, and exploration, she is ready for wherever the job will take her.

May
Instagram: @maynotruth
Serious about her studies, May plans on pursuing a career in paramedic science if ever she leaves fashion behind. An avid baker with a skill for crafting healthy sweet treats, May describes herself as the girly girl of the two. While she has yet to hit the Milan and Paris runways, she has kept herself busy, traveling to Iceland and the Seychelles in recent months.

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8 Things I Wish I Could Tell My Newly Divorced, 27-Year-Old Self

When I was 27, my marriage ended after just two years and seven months.

First came shock, then came denial, then came an outpouring of grief. Then reality set in, and what followed was a painstaking healing process. At times I thought I would never come out the other side in one piece. Yet two years later, I am happily divorced and loving my life.

Despite this, my heart still aches for my newly separated self in the throes of grief; I wish I could share with her some of the things I’ve learned and tell her it’s all going to be okay. I’d tell her:

1. You did everything you could. Stop torturing yourself by wondering what you could have done differently. There is nothing more you could have done and you should be proud of hanging in there for as long as you did. You deserve some kind of good wife medal for all the crap you went through.

2. You have nothing to be ashamed of. When you got married, it felt as though you were declaring your love to the whole entire world. It feels now like you have to declare that you couldn’t make it work to the world. I know it feels like the shame of admitting your marriage failed at age 27 is too much to bear, but remember this; the shame is not yours to bear at all.

3. You need to accept that he is going to move on to a new relationship. I know, I know — it’s the news that you’re dreading the most, the news that turns your stomach inside out with sickness. But he’s going to move on. On the day you find out, you are going to feel like your heart has been ripped out but in time, you’ll digest the information, accept it and absolutely be okay with it. Promise.

4. You aren’t going to move on quite so quickly. Initially, you will feel like the most unlovable human on the planet and that no one will ever look in your direction again. When this passes, you will enjoy a few flirtations. Next, you will panic that you haven’t met someone to get serious with and therefore make profiles on dodgy dating websites, go on bad dates and spend a lot of time questioning your inability to meet someone “normal”. Eventually, you’re going to realize that you simply are not ready to move on to a new relationship — and that it is completely okay to take your time (and have some fun in the meantime).

5. You’re really going to benefit from therapy and medication.
Sometimes in life, things get shitty and we need a little extra help. This is one of those times. You will attend counseling sessions with a brilliant therapist, who helps you realize that every negative thing you thought about yourself was wrong. You’re also going to go on antidepressants, which are going to help lift you out of this awful, can’t-get-out-of-bed fog. This is not something to fear or be ashamed of — by asking for help you’re actually very brave.

6. You are about to learn how amazing the people in your life are.
I mean, you already know this but you’re about to realize it a whole lot more. They will listen when you need to talk, patiently let you cry about the same thing, make you laugh, give you wine/cake at appropriate times, take you on surprise trips, force you to get out of bed and get dressed and at times, give you some harsh perspective. You are so very lucky to have them.

7. You will feel better once you make your peace.
Being angry is a terrible waste of energy. Over time you will realize that, to truly move on, you need to forgive your ex. The anger will eventually subside into indifference. You will be able to acknowledge that you loved him, you married him for a reason and wish him nothing but the best. The sooner you let go of the anger and hurt, the sooner you will start to live the life you deserve.

8. You are about to start living your dreams.
I have great news. You know the dreams and aspirations you put on hold to settle down and get married young? From job goals to visiting different corners of the globe to taking up new hobbies? You’re about to start living them. You’re going to make new friends and say “yes” to every crazy idea thrown your way; you’re going to go on trips of a lifetime, dance ’til dawn at music festivals and take up singing and writing again; you’re going to climb the career ladder rung by rung and set up a new life in the city of your dreams. What’s more, all of this is only the start. Your life is about to get seriously amazing. Hang in there.

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50 Cent Reacts To Empire Diss: “F*ck Empire, Tell Em’ We Said” [VIDEO]

Similar to Donnie McClurkin, 50 Cent was an unsolicited name drop on yesterday’s premiere for the second season of FOX’s Empire. While it is unknown whether or not the Power executive producer was tuned in like 16 million other people, it’s a definite that the news he was mentioned got back to him.

At the start of the show, Taraji P. Henson’s character Cookie Lyon glanced at her phone and spat “50 Cent still taking jabs at us. Look at what he put on the ‘Gram. Thirsty-ass,” a direct response to all the social media outbursts the G-Unit boss has fired at his primetime rival.

With the opportunity for a story like this one here too good to pass up, 50 took to his Instagram while in the studio and gave several responses.

“Can’t believe Cookie would say some shit like that about me,” he said, pretending to be astonished. “Thirsty, me? Thirsty? C’mon. You stupid?”

In another he seen he quotes: “Man, me and Cookie go way back,” he says. “You know I hit that.” It’s unclear whether he’s talking about his Power character Kanan in a parallel universe or the actual Curtis Jackson at this point, but whatever.

He also posted a meme of Omari Hardwick and Joseph Sikora as Ghost and Tommy with a caption that read, “F*ck Empire, tell em’ we said” and another video where he pretended to be Empire’s director a.k.a. Lee Daniels and was very explicit in making sure the man-to-man kiss scenes were on point.

It’s all in good fun for the sport of competition. Hit the next two pages for more of the 50 Cent Empire comedy hour.

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Can Your Boss Tell Your Spouse ‘Tough Luck’ on Healthcare?

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Managed Care Magazine recently published an article on employer-sponsored health insurance and same-sex couples. The piece noted that in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide, insurers must recognize the same-sex spouses of beneficiaries. However, author Joseph Burns contends, this does not mean that employers must offer these benefits to employees in same-sex marriage at all.

In other words, a boss can tell employees in an opposite-sex marriage that their spouse is eligible for benefits, but deny those benefits to employees in same-sex marriages.

True? Probably. If the absurdity of the Kentucky court clerk denying same-sex couples marriages licenses teaches us anything, it’s that even when something seems pretty obviously unconstitutional, there are always stubborn individuals who will try it anyway.

So an employer certainly could give opposite-sex spouses of employees benefits and not same-sex spouses. But the latter group of employees would probably sue, and they’d probably (eventually) win.

There is growing case law (the most recent from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) supporting the idea that existing laws banning sex discrimination at work should apply to instances of discrimination based on sexual orientation. And there are a number of theories that lead to this conclusion, such that even though not all will work in every court, the chances of winning these cases are growing.

Under some courts’ reasoning, if an employer would give spousal benefits to a guy named Joe’s partner Jane, but would not do so if Joe was a woman, that’s straightforward discrimination on the basis of sex. Some courts are also recognizing that, since sex stereotyping is also illegal under Supreme Court precedent, discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is illegal on this theory, too. It’s a centuries-old stereotype that men should be partnered with women, and women should be partnered with men, so employers who make policies based on this stereotype are thus breaking the law.

But until these cases make their way through the courts – or Congress just passes a direct law to ban discrimination against LGBT people — there will still be uncertainty in these issues.

The Obama administration can do more to make sure same-sex couples get access to care. In the five years since Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, the administration has yet to get its act together and issue regulations to define what “sex-based discrimination” means in Section 1557 of the law.

I first broke the news back in April 2014 that the Department of Health and Human Services intended to deny gays, lesbians, and bisexuals equal protection under this regulation. Some in the “Big Gay” industry were quick to jump to their defense. Interviewed by the Huffington Post, a spokesperson for the National Center for Lesbian Rights who recently took a job with the administration said that this was “reflects our interpretation” of how the regulations would turn out. It certainly felt like a slap in the face (and a pandering to their friends at HHS) for those of us who were pushing for equality under a legal theory that has been increasingly embraced by the courts.

As the clock ticks down on the Obama administration and its mixed record of courage on LGBT issues, those in our community are left to wonder if some of these legal questions will be answered in our favor by the time a new administration takes office in January 2017. Then again, maybe we’re better off waiting.

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Taylor J – “I Can Tell”

After releasing his ‘1991’ mixtape a couple weeks ago, Taylor J drops the first video from the tape “I Can Tell” shot by @HyphyTv and produced by Christian Lou. Watch below!

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16 Love Lessons Women Wish They Could Tell Their Younger Selves

You can’t change the mistakes you made for love in the past: There’s no way to go back and skip that first date with an ex who was bad news from the start. And there’s no way to tell the younger version of yourself to slow down and stop jumping from relationship to relationship. 

The good news is, you can learn from those mistakes. Just ask HuffPost Divorce readersBelow, our followers on Facebook reflect on the hard-won love and relationship lessons they would pass on to their twenty-something selves.

1. “Don’t settle just because you desperately want to have that ideal life with a husband and kids and home. Trust your gut. People most likely won’t change.” — Erin Rockford

2. ”Don’t look for self-validation through the eyes of others.” — Espléndida Mariposa

3. ”You set the tone of your relationship while you’re dating. If you’re always the one to sacrifice while you’re dating you’ll always be the one to sacrifice when you’re married.” — Christina Rodriguez 

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5.  “Never change yourself for the benefit of a man. If he loves you, he’ll love you for who and what you are.” – Wendy Chavez

6. “Enjoy your youth, travel, have friends but don’t commit to one love until you have lived some. Just finishing college is not enough living.” — Erin Rockford  

7.  “Don’t get married just because you’re sick of dating!” – Sarah Hoyle

8. “If he treats the waiter like s**t on your dates, run for the hills.”  – Lisa Thomson

9. “Don’t waste years of your life on something you know is a sinking ship. You can never get that time back.” – Cara Leigh 

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11. “If your gut says, ‘Run! Run! Run!’ then don’t think twice — hightail it out of there and don’t look back!”  – Kimberly Ann 

 12. ”Don’t be in such a big hurry to find a man and get married. Go ahead and accept your employer’s offer of free tuition so you can be a dye lab technician. Earn a decent wage, travel around, do the fun things you once dreamed of doing. If he really loves you, he will wait; if he really loves you, he will respect you as a smart and educated woman.” – M. Evelyn Wake  

13. “Don’t settle. There will be someone better that comes along. You will not be alone forever and if you are, it will be so much better than spending eternity with someone who can never love you.” –  Jillian Therese Godschild 

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15. ”Follow your heart and instincts, not what everyone else says is ‘right.’ Also, recognize when he’s just not that into you. (My God, I wish that book had been out back then — it would have saved me a lot of heartache!)” — Susan O’Brien

16. “Don’t be so anxious. The right one will come along. Even if it takes another 28 years and he still hasn’t shown up yet, keep the faith.” — Carla Kempert  

 

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Back to School: 3 Ways To Tell If Your Child Custody Agreement Is The Right Fit

Most co-parenting families with school-aged children have two basic parenting time schedules: one for school vacations and holidays and the other for the school year. If you and your former spouse separated or divorced over the summer, this month may be a crucial turning point as the two of you test out the “school year” portion of your child custody agreement for the first time. What can you expect from this new schedule, and how can you tell if changes are needed in order to help your children truly thrive in the coming months? Here are three ways to tell if the custody agreement you have in place is the best fit for your child, and for you.

Does Your Parenting Time Plan Reflect Realistic Expectations?
It’s natural for emotions to run high during a separation or divorce, especially when it comes to critical matters such as deciding child custody. Parents may initially make unrealistic custody grabs based on fear or insecurity, demanding full custody or the vast majority of parenting time, even if their work schedule or living arrangement makes this kind of plan impossible or even detrimental to their children.

If you veered at first towards making bold custody claims out of your hurt or angry feelings, hopefully you had an attorney by your side who was able to steer you towards making sound decisions for the sake of your children. If you were not so lucky, you may have a parenting time plan in place that might work in the short term, but down the road is at risk of imploding when schedules clash and you start showing up late for pick-ups (or not at all), or put your kids in situations in which they lack proper care and supervision.

Yes, it can take time for any co-parenting family to settle into a new school year routine. Still, take some time this month to give your parenting time plan an honest assessment. Does it reflect your need to punish your former spouse or your child’s needs to have a calm, stable school year with love and support from both parents? If your self-assessment reveals a parenting time plan that could use some tweaks, check in with an attorney to learn more about child custody modification, which you and your former spouse may be able to renegotiate on your own terms.

Does Your Parenting Time Plan Reflect Your Children’s Ages, Activities & Needs?
When you decided on a child custody arrangement, you probably took into consideration a number of factors such as your children’s ages, personalities and developmental needs; your careers and outside commitments; child care and the geographical distance between parents’ homes; and your children’s academic and extracurricular activities.

What is important to remember is that children can change, sometimes dramatically, in only the space of a few months. For example, maybe your child will discover their passion for soccer this year and now have practice and home and away games most of the week. Or perhaps your child will unfortunately hit a stumbling block in math and benefit from after school tutoring. Or maybe you will get a promotion at work with more pay — and more hours. On the other hand, perhaps your child is now in preschool or kindergarten and can handle more frequent transitions between parental homes. Or your child recently developed a health or medical need that makes staying in one home preferable.

As inevitable changes occur for your child (or for you or your former spouse), keep track of how they may affect your parenting time plan. For example, if your child has back-to-back tutoring and then sports practice after school, does it still make sense to schedule a dinner together on the same night? Or could a different plan benefit your child?

Parenting time plans are binding, so if you and your former spouse mutually agree to make permanent changes to the schedule that you believe are your child’s best interests, you will need to submit these changes to the courts. Also be aware that if you informally cede parenting time to your former spouse on a regular basis, your former spouse could go to court seeking to have these changes incorporated, with or without your consent.

Are You and Your Former Spouse Able to Maintain Communication?
Finally, a make or break issue for many parenting time plans is how well co-parents can communicate with each other to keep their schedule on track and workable for all involved. Something as simple as arranging to text each other with neutral comments to confirm pick ups and drops offs (i.e., “Will be at bus stop at 4 pm on Friday”) can go a long ways towards creating a positive co-parenting relationship. There are even divorce apps to help co-parents stay on the same page. All you need to do is upload your current parenting time plan and the app will send you both reminders of who needs to be where and when. Or go low-tech by using a notebook that you pass back and forth during custody swaps with notes on how your child is doing and other messages.

The bottom line? Consider it your ongoing homework assignment this year to gauge how well your parenting time plan is working, and whether you are doing your part to make it work. One last point to keep in mind? The old “dog ate my homework” excuse doesn’t apply when it comes to parenting your kids.

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Jay Z raps about being a “pimp in every sense of the word” — but in reality, Jigga wants to keep his fat pockets and criminal past under wraps when it comes to his court battle over “Big Pimpin’.” Jay filed docs asking a judge to keep his wealth…

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DULUTH, MN—Saying that there seemed to be no clear pattern to the animal’s responses, local pet owner Wendy Vogl reported Friday that it is impossible to tell what sounds will cause her cat to totally freak out. “I can slam the front door and he’ll just sit there licking himself, but then he’ll hear thunder and run out of the room immediately,” said Vogl, adding that she could think of no rational explanation for why her cat, Max, would bolt the moment she switched on a hair dryer yet take the noise of a vacuum cleaner completely in stride. “If I had any clue at all what scared him, if there was any logic to it whatsoever, I could try not to do it as much. But I honestly think there’s just no rhyme or reason for why my cat will totally lose his shit …




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5 Things Your Divorce Attorney Wants To Tell You But Doesn’t

The relationship you have with your lawyer is sacrosanct. When you retain a lawyer, whether for a divorce or another issue, the lawyer is ethically charged with holding what you say to him/her as confidential. That means your attorney cannot talk about your case in public or to third parties without your consent.

There are exceptions to this, but I’ll save that for another article.

Going through a divorce is a stressful time. It’s stressful for both you as the person getting divorced and for the attorney who is representing you. There’s a saying within legal circles that “criminal law deals with bad people at their best and family law deals with good people at their worst.” From my experience, I can’t argue with that.

Put yourself in your attorneys shoes. How would you handle yourself in your case? Odds are it is not an easy situation. And, unless you hired an attorney who just graduated law school, you’re not your attorney’s only client. I know you don’t want to hear that, but…it’s true.

Divorce attorneys work hard to achieve favorable and fair results for their clients. Good clients appreciate the effort, even if things don’t always work out the way they hoped. Many clients are never happy, win or lose, and are not afraid to let their attorney know it. After all, who wants to spend all that money and feel like they lost? I get it.

Here are five things your attorney really wants to tell you, but doesn’t because he wants to maintain the relationship and keep you as a client. You’re better off knowing this though because it will influence your relationship with your lawyer and the value he/she provides to you.

1. You call too often. It’s true…you do. If you get your legal bill at the end of the month and you are astonished at how high it is…the culprit often times is the number of phone calls made to your attorney. Most attorneys charge on an hourly basis, which is stated in your retainer agreement. Clients pay for an attorney’s time.

Your attorney is not your therapist, although I play one on t.v. I always tell clients I will talk to you as long as you want, but don’t be surprised when you get the bill. I understand the client’s need to vent and talk it out. It’s very important, but that’s more the job of a therapist. If you’re going to spend money, might as well do so to a qualified professional counselor.

Your attorney will contact you when he/she needs something from you. There are periods in every case where nothing is going on and there is down time. Your attorney should give you periodic updates on the status of things and it’s ok to check in yourself, but daily calls are unnecessary and only run up your bill.

Try to handle little disputes with your spouse on your own. Then, if you can’t resolve it, think about how bad it really is and whether it’s worth it to involve your attorney. Good attorneys will tell their clients that something is not worth the cost of their time to fight it. In the end, it’s the client’s decision, but again…don’t complain when you get a high bill.

2. You don’t help him help you. Remember, your attorney is YOUR advocate, even if you don’t always feel that’s the case. However, he is not a mind reader. Your attorney can only work with what you tell him and what documents you give him to back up what you tell him. He cannot make it rain when the sun is out if you know what I mean.

My best clients are the ones who come to me prepared. I mean, they come to a meeting with a binder, organized with tabs for bank accounts, retirement accounts, credit card statements and any other documents I ask for or they think I will need. This cuts down the time I need to go through them and find what I’m looking for…which in turn lowers their bill!

Other times, clients just don’t listen to what their attorney tells them to do. Remember, an attorney charges for their time. The more time you make them spend on your case, or repeating themselves to you, the higher your bill will be.

Help your attorney help you!

3. You don’t listen to his advice when he gives it, so what’s the point? I had a case that involved a high conflict custody dispute. I told my client how to handle a certain situation when it came up and what happens? I get a call from this client to find out they did the exact opposite of what I told them and now they were in a pickle and expected me to get them out of it. I felt bad, BUT, if they had listened to me they wouldn’t be in this situation.

Attorneys expect clients to listen to them. That’s why they are there. If you as a client didn’t want to listen to your attorney, why did you hire them to begin with?

4. He can’t continue to represent you because you are not paying his bills. Attorneys are not free. They get paid for provide you with their time, knowledge and services. Now, it’s often the case in a divorce that money is tight and most attorneys are sensitive to this, but they have to pay their bills too and can’t work for free.

You can’t expect them to work for free. You don’t walk into a store and expect to take what you want and not pay, right?

You have to communicate with your attorney on a regular basis and if money becomes an issue, have that discussion. But, don’t ask your attorney to rush and file an emergency application because your ex is threatening not to give you the children on your weekend if you haven’t been paying your legal bill.

5. You chose to have children and now you have to parent them, either with your ex or alone. If I had to bet, I would say that one of the reasons you are getting divorced, or already divorced is because of conflicts with your spouse over parenting. It’s very common and one of the more stressful phases of a divorce. There is no way of getting around it though…you have to co-parent effectively with your ex, or you will be knee deep in court battles and conflict for years to come.

Your attorney is there to help you learn how to co-parent well. It is a learned skill set. You have to learn to accept and work with your spouse’s different parenting style. You won’t agree with everything they do, but unless it amounts to neglect or abuse, you will have no choice. This is the bed you made by choosing to have children with this person and now you have to learn to co-parent with them in a post divorce world.

I hope this wasn’t too harsh. Remember, your attorney is on YOUR side. A divorce is a roller coaster ride with its share of ups and downs. You are a team and you need to work together to get the best results for your case.

Jason Levoy, a/k/a The Divorce Resource Guy, is an attorney who teaches people without a lawyer how to navigate the divorce process and represent themselves in court. He regularly provides free advice via his blog, VIP newsletter and Private Divorce Facebook Group.

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Can a straight man tell the difference between a kiss from a woman and a man?

Popular YouTube vlogger Davey Wavey investigated by blindfolding a straight male friend of his and putting him to the test.

Wavey led the volunteer to believe that a woman would also be part of the experiment and he would be challenged to determine which kiss came from the woman and which came from Wavey.

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Can a straight man tell the difference between a kiss from a woman and a man?

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However, Wavey had a few tricks up his sleeve: there actually was no woman present — all three kisses came from the muscly blogger himself.

So how did the straight guy react? Check out the video above to see for yourself. 

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Don’t Tell My Kitten, Please

I chose my new veterinarian practice based on its off-street parking. Don’t judge me. I also liked the idea that this vet caters only to cats. I pictured my newly adopted kitten on my lap, with no drooling dogs to contend with. No barking, no lunging.

As you can see, so far it’s all about me.

The waiting room was full but quiet, just as I’d hoped. As is often the case in my life, the first three minutes went swimmingly. Then there was trouble.

After a few minutes, the conversation got around to sharing recipes for homemade feline treats. One woman took out a pad and began jotting down notes. By then I knew I was out of my league and felt a little sorry for the innocent kitten who got me in the owner lottery.

The waiting room conversation turned medical, and I felt a dark place coming on.

“Insulin twice a day,” one woman said while giving a rundown on keeping a 17-year-old cat alive. I shoo away thoughts from my childhood of the pets that went to live on those dreamy farms, always somewhere at the very tip of Long Island — conveniently too far to visit — where they would now be free to run and play all day. I guess parents don’t get away with that one anymore.

Thankfully, the conversation moved beyond urinary tract infections and chronic vomiting, but right before I was called in, several people began commiserating about hard it is to own a cat.

I like to think I know what’s hard. I had a boss once who disliked me so much that she sighed every time I entered the room, and for three years, she could never fully unclench her teeth in my presence. I lived in Buffalo for eight winters and shoveled my own sidewalks. I taught teenagers to merge onto a highway. Cats are easy to take care of. Because they’re cats.

Finn, my kitten, had come from the shelter already “fixed,” and, in my world, it’s always a bonus when your cat doesn’t pee in your closet. Now I needed to get him vaccinated and declawed. Even though he’s an inside cat, the declawing part was going to need some careful treading on my part. Like catnip, there is a big debate swirling.

After the vaccination discussion, during which I tried to win points with my ultra-serious pet-owner face, it was time to come clean and tell the vet that I intended to have her rip those vile little claws right off my precious kitten. Of course I said it in a much nicer way. And I would expect anesthesia and pain meds. Lots of them, because I’m a caring person.

She took a breath. “We don’t recommend that.”

I told her that my mind was made up.

“It’s extremely painful for them,” she wanted me to know.

I stood my ground. During the height of the La Maze era in 1978, it took me 19 hours to give birth to a 9 lb. baby. I didn’t even have a Tylenol. This chick had nothing on me.

The day of surgery arrived and I got to the office in plenty of time, thanks to that glorious parking lot adjacent to the building. I was given the details of the pre-op routine from a vet tech who clearly thought I was not a good person, not a smart person, or both. Then I filled out forms and answered many questions, often twice. Apparently, declawing a kitten is slightly more complicated than — say — circumcising the future king of England.

Finn has been part of my household for a few months now. He is waiting for me at the door in the evening, and most of the time his food and water bowls are full. If they aren’t, he makes some cat noises, and I fill them.

As far as I can tell, he hasn’t yet figured out that he’s come to live with a woman who isn’t fit to meet the needs of a hamster. Instead, he curls up next to me at night, purring away, and sleeps the sleep of a prince. He seems healthy and content, but I’m sure the next time we’re at the vet, I’ll begin to second guess that, too. So I hope I’m not too old to reteach myself to parallel park because drooling dogs in the waiting room may be in my future.

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What I Wish I Could Tell My 20-Year-Old Self About Relationships

By Rosalind Sedacca for DivorcedMoms.com

Relationships can be the most challenging aspect of life. Few of us get the insights and savvy advice we wish we had embraced when we were young and starting along the relationship path. I’ve made many partner mistakes in my past, one of which led to a divorce. Today, I’m happily remarried. I’m also a busy dating & relationship coach and I have many suggestions that I wish I had known back when I was twenty years old. So here’s my list based on wisdom I’ve learned through personal experience and coaching dozens of clients.

1. Don’t bring unresolved baggage from previous relationships into your present relationship. And don’t find a partner who does that either. Identify your feelings of anger, hurt, pain, guilt and disillusionment and accept these feelings as lessons learned. It then becomes easier to move on. You can’t have a successful relationship when carrying old baggage from the past.

2. Avoid “fairy-tale” thinking. It’s not your partner’s job to fix you or make you happy. It is your responsibility to be all you can be when you enter a relationship. Dependency and neediness are not attractive qualities, so don’t assume anyone can meet all your needs or desires.

3. The basis for a healthy relationship is friendship. This level of comfort translates into a solid foundation for love to blossom and intimacy to develop. Strive for friendship first before you open the door to the physical and emotional closeness that is so essential to a solid partnership.

4. Be sure your expectations are realistic. Are your demands about weight, age, height, financial success and other factors limiting your ability to find the right partner who will love and appreciate you? You must be flexible, objective and fair in your expectations, so you don’t set yourself up for pain and disappointment.

5. Be able to communicate effectively by encouraging open, honest dialogues. Be attuned to your nonverbal cues and body language that can trigger messages and unconscious signals to your partner. Be alert regarding his nonverbal cues as well. We say more with expressions, voice tone and gestures than we ever realize.

6. Notice any uncomfortable behaviors that would be a sign of impending abuse. Jealously, quick attachment, mood swings, anger issues, verbal threats or distorted accusations are the red flags that spell caution. Address these issues directly and early on. Don’t let disrespectful or abusive behavior become part of your comfort zone.

7. Don’t sacrifice yourself for the sake of your partner. It’s important to be flexible whenever possible, while still maintaining the values, integrity and standards that are important to you. You want a partner who is happy to do the same and values you for who you are!

8. Trust your intuition, which is vital to your well-being. This internal antenna continually sends you messages and if anything or anyone makes you feel uneasy, don’t ignore it.

9. Successful relationships are built on mutual respect. Therefore, the more you focus on negative aspects of your partner, the more you will deny yourself the positive, attractive aspects you noticed when you first started dating.

10. Maintain your individual interests, including friends, activities and professional goals. You must be able to orchestrate your life and not feel smothered by any man or relationship. Don’t be clingy or choose someone who controls or clings to you. You’ll regret it!

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT is a Dating & Relationship Coach as well as co-author of 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! and True Love At Last for Women Over 40: Answers You Need for the Relationship You Want! Her Create Your Ideal Relationship Kit and free ebook on Smart Dating Advice for Women Over 40: Answers to Your Most-Asked Questions are available at www.womendatingafter40.com.

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How Do You Tell Your Children That You Are Getting a Divorce?

As a divorce specialist, I have noticed a trend of spouses who are really trying their best to settle their divorce in a positive way, which is a fantastic development. Not so long ago a New York City lawyer confronted me with the statement that New Yorkers always want to fight when it comes to a divorce. I told him that I don’t agree and his assumption is not only false, but financially not in the best interest of his clients. Messy divorces can sometimes lead to personal bankruptcy and financial ruin. More and more couples are realizing that the end of a relationship does not have to spell doom. Things are changing and mediation is gaining territory in the US.

But even with more positive and peaceful developments, there often is a second challenge: How to tell your kids that you are getting divorced. Despite parents’ best intentions, the wrong approach can create irreparable damage that follows children into adulthood. For this reason I consulted my mediators to come up with useful advice based on our experiences with divorcing parents. There are many resources available, but we are convinced that these tips should help you to break the news to your children in the most kind and loving way.

Stand together as parents
Even though your marriage is over, you are still parents and you owe it to your children to team-up where they are involved. It is important to focus on your children’s future and what’s best for them. In other words, put the mutual love for your children ahead of your negative emotions about each other. You could compare this effort with other team projects that make you proud. Remember that you were successful as a team of parents and you realized the wonderful project of “children”. Adopting a more businesslike approach benefits the future and minimizes incidental emotional outbursts you want to avoid when children are involved.

Tell your children that you are going to split up together. No exceptions. With both parents present for this difficult conversation, children will have a chance to react and receive the reassurance that they need. Parents need to prepare themselves very well for this conversation and strive to stay strong and in control of their emotions in front of the children. Remembering the overall strategy of a businesslike approach will help with that.

The D-word.
The word divorce needs to be said to the children as early as possible in the process, but not before a concrete plan has been hatched and both parents are well prepared. It is very important to avoid creating uncertainty for the children. Make sure the message is clear and that both parents are there to support the children. This prevents children from feeling like have to “choose a side”. Both parents are equally important. No matter how angry the spouses are at each other, contact with both parents is essential to every child.

Different kinds of love
Explain to your children that mom and dad are divorcing because they are no longer in love with each other. But be careful to explain to the children that they are still loved and that nothing will ever change that. This is especially important to assuage any fears that parental love is finite or temporary. We recommend sharing these reasons with your children in a clear and convincing manner, so that they can brush off any gossip or rumors that might pop up on the schoolyard.

It’s not their fault
One of the most important things is to continuously emphasize is that the divorce is not their fault. Children are inclined to believe that fighting between parents may have started because of their bad behavior. It’s important not to involve the children in any conflict and to reassure them that mom and dad are taking care of everything and will do their best to keep things normal. Stick to the daily rituals such as reading in bed before they go to sleep, especially at this time.

Consistency and new plans
Uncertainty and lack of consistency can have a very negative impact on children. That is why it is so important for parents should present new plans and situations as soon as they can. Questions like: where will I going to live? With whom? Do I get my own room? Will I need to change schools? Can I stay with the same sports team? All these questions need to be decided and answered quickly. Preparation is key for parents to be able to roll out the next steps and curb all fears of disruption in the lives of their children.

Divorce Apps and moving forward
No two divorces are alike and most are complicated. But if you take the time to plan and prepare your response, the difficulties do not have to go on forever. Society is getting better at discussing how to divorce in a more positive way and that means considering the children and making the whole experience more bearable for them. A great example that we are moving ahead is the development of divorce apps. These apps help parents to support children through the divorce process. One of my recommended apps is: App Kids & Divorce. These technological developments are useful and I hope that there will be more to come.

We know that marriage is all too often not forever and ever, but remember that kids never asked for a divorce. Tell them it’s not their fault as much as you can and let them know the love of you and your spouse for them is forever…every day!

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Jon Stewart makes his living turning the news into jokes. But on the day after a racially motivated massacre left nine dead at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, Stewart said he had no jokes to tell.

“I have one job, and it’s a pretty simple job,” he said on “The Daily Show” on Thursday night. “I come in in the morning, and we look at the news and I write jokes about it.”

He continued:

“But I didn’t do my job today, so I apologize. I got nothing for you in terms of jokes and sounds, because of what happened in South Carolina. And maybe if I wasn’t near the end of the run, or this wasn’t such a common occurrence, maybe I could’ve pulled out of the spiral. But I didn’t. And so, I honestly have nothing other than just sadness once again that we have to peer into the abyss of the depraved violence that we do to each other and the nexus of a just gaping racial wound that will not heal yet we pretend doesn’t exist.”

But having been down this road too many times, he also knows what will happen next. Or, rather, what won’t happen next.

“By acknowledging it — by staring into that and seeing it for what it is — we still won’t do jackshit,” he said. “Yeah, that’s us. And that’s the part that blows my mind.”

Stewart ripped those who suggest this is one person who lost his mind rather than the product of that “gaping racial wound.”

“In South Carolina, the roads that black people drive on are named for Confederate generals who fought to keep black people from being able to drive freely on that road,” he said. “The Confederate flag flies over South Carolina, and the roads are named for Confederate generals. And the white guy’s the one who feels like his country’s being taken away from him.”

Stewart didn’t do any humor segments. Instead, he devoted the rest of the show to his interview with Malala Yousafzai, the teenager who won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.

“I don’t think there’s anyone else in the world I’d rather talk to tonight,” he said.

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How to Tell Your Child That They Have to Spend the Summer With Your Ex

As a child psychologist, I know how hard it is to tell your child that they have to spend their summer vacation with their noncustodial parent. I have assisted with these kinds of conversations a lot over the years and it never gets any easier. Whether it is for a few weeks or a few months, this is going to be a difficult conversation to have with your child.

When the custody schedule is anything other than a 50/50 arrangement (giving one parent primary physical custody and the other parent limited visitation rights) this creates a “home base” for the child at the primary parent’s house. This can have some advantages for the child, but it also makes the other parent’s house feel strange.

It’s natural for kids to want to spend their summer break at their “home base,” especially as they get older and more involved in a social circle. In addition, kids like the familiarity of the primary parent’s rules, routine, and environment, so suggesting that they leave their comfort zone and spend a significant amount of time at a strange house is a big deal to kids.

Unfortunately, custody schedules dictated by lawyers and court systems often do not take into account what the child prefers, and they are required to follow the dictate of the pre-arranged custody arrangement. Whether or not you agree with the custody arrangement, there are several ways the primary parent can help their kids with this transition.

1. Be positive. Your attitude rubs off on your child. If you act like this will be a good experience for your child, then they just might start to think that too.

2. Be understanding but firm. If you are wishy washy, your child will get their hopes up that they might not have to go. Unless there is a good chance that the court will change the custody order or your ex will agree to let your child stay with you, it’s best that you don’t create doubt with your child. The more firm you are about the decision, the faster your child will get on board with the idea too.

3. Listen to your child’s concerns and try to turn them into a positive. It will help for your child to talk about their feelings, but don’t get tempted to turn the conversation into an opportunity to bash your ex. Try to keep your personal feelings of your ex’s role as your previous romantic partner separate from their current role as your child’s parent. Try to turn your child’s objections about the visitation into a positive way they can bond with your ex.

4. Answer all of their questions honestly. Be honest with your child about how long they will be away and if you know any details about your ex’s plans with your child (i.e. if they will be vacationing or seeing extended family members), but don’t get too honest. They don’t need to know your negative feelings about your ex’s parents or sister, for instance.

5. Prepare your child for any difficult feelings that they might have while they are away from you. Make sure they know when you will call them each day and for how long you will talk with them. Having daily contact with your child will be helpful, but don’t use the conversations to make them feel bad that they are not with you. Make sure your child brings a comfort item (stuffed animal, special pillow, etc.) with them so that they can use the comfort item to help them feel better if they get sad.

6. Encourage your child to speak to your ex if they get sad or scared. Let them know that your ex’s job is to take care of them and protect them, just like that is your job, too. You might not be 100% sure that your ex will handle every situation just like you would (for example, your ex might not rub your child’s back until they fall asleep when they get scared in the middle of the night), but your ex should be able to handle all of the important stuff. Communicate this to your child.

7. Explain the reasoning behind visiting your ex, even if you do not agree with it. Above all, the reason your child is spending time with your ex is because kids who have a warm, positive relationship with both of their parents tend to fare better overall. Your ex might not have been a great romantic partner for you, but they can still be a good partner for your child. By allowing your child the opportunity to bond with their other parent, you are doing your child a huge favor.

If you have this difficult conversation with your child early and often before they leave for your ex’s house, they should be pretty prepared. On the day your ex comes to pick up your child, be positive and brave for your child’s sake. Above all, remember that this could be a great summer visit for your child and having the opportunity to bond with their other parent could lead to a better future for your child.

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“Saturday Night Live” cast member Cecily Strong addressed recent legislation aimed at women’s rights and abortion on both the federal and state levels during her remarks at the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

As she started her speech, Strong said she didn’t plan on using her remarks to tell politicians what to do.

“I’m not going to tell you how to do politics, or whatever,” Strong said. “That’d be like you guys telling me what to do with my body. Can you imagine?”

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What Your Girlfriends Won’t Tell You About Kids and Divorce

Ending a marriage when you have children can elicit feelings of guilt (“What could I have done differently to save the marriage?”) to panic (“How am I going to be able to support my kids financially and emotionally?”) to reluctance and doubt (“Maybe we should just move into separate bedrooms and ignore each other?”)

Lots of couples stay together for the kids. I can remember well-meaning acquaintances and even armchair Internet pundits advising, “Stay together till your children are done with college,” as if providing them with a dysfunctional model of a relationship might mitigate the future therapy bills. Kids are aware things aren’t the way they should be.

Stephanie Haen, Director of Behavioral Health at Fairfield County, Connecticut’s Family Centers says even infants can sense tension and anger. Constant yelling in the house may impact temperament, ability to attach to parents and others, and may be confusing for an infant.

The breakup of a couple is a loss for the children when all they know is the nuclear family. There’s a lot of fear about what that’s going to mean. “Am I going to have to side with one parent? Are my parents going to change in some way? Will they be able to provide for me like they have been? What are my peers going to think? How are other adults going to treat me?”

Haen says lots of parents think by not talking to their kids, they’ll shield them from the process, especially if the parents are angry. As with most situations, being open with a child in a developmentally appropriate manner is a healthier approach. Explain what is happening, assure kids that they didn’t cause this in any way. Let kids know what it will look like when one parent moves out of the house.

Reassure young children that they will be safe and will still spend time with each parent, depending upon the situation. Young kids emotionally buy into “magical thinking.” “If I hadn’t had a tantrum, they’d still be together.”

During adolescence, kids may experience anger about the situation, whether because they are reacting to frequent fighting between the parents or because they don’t want to admit their parents are splitting. They might not understand the situation that is throwing their world into a tizzy. “What will my friends think?” In general, the adolescent brain isn’t fully developed so preteens and teens tend to question what they’ve done to bring this on.

As parents, we want to go to protect kids, attempting to shelter them when all kids are going to skin knees, fail a test, or fight with a friend. “Kids will become stronger going through the process, learning that life throws obstacles,” shares Haen.

Divorce, advises Haen, can bring “a good educational moment to help kids understand intimacy in a relationship and what a family is, that parents can still be part of the family even if they are divorcing.” We also have the opportunity to work on how we communicate with each other, encouraging kids to be part of the discussion about loss without talking at them or using them as part of an agenda. We may be scared to hear how kids feel but we need to provide a safe place to share feelings in a way that encourages a healthy outlook. That doesn’t mean hiding sadness or anger, nor dwelling on these feelings so they interfere with the rest of our lives.”

Acknowledge your child’s feelings as well as your own.

Haen adds, “We all have feelings and sometimes those feelings get the best of us. One thing we remind parents is that you are role modeling for your child. That is your role, whether you want it to be or not. Try for the kids’ sake to not just scream and yell but also don’t ignore the elephant in the room. At some point, your child will be in a relationship. Move on from that and give your child what he or she needs to succeed.”
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1,000 Lies And Counting: A Husband Who Can’t Tell The Truth (VIDEO)

Melisa claims her husband Chris, 27, is a pathological liar. He admits he’s had a problem with lying since he’s been a kid. But now she’s 16 weeks pregnant with their second child, they’re separated, and she’s desperate for help.

She tells Dr. Phil, “If I could guess how many times Chris has lied to me over five years, you would laugh. There’s no number. Literally, insanely, every day all day.”

Looking back, Melisa says, “In the beginning of our relationship, I was so smitten by our chemistry.” But now she realizes, “There were so many red flags in the beginning, but I was very oblivious. Love is blind.”

Now she is struggling to put an end to their marriage. “I am in a scary, vicious cycle with him because I just get sucked in,” she says. “I can’t get out.”

Chris understands Melisa’s frustration. “I do not blame Melisa for not trusting me,” he says. “I’ve lied about basically everything with her.”

After pointing out that he wishes she didn’t have a temper, and claiming that if she calmly confronted him he might own up to his lies, he adds, “Ultimately, I want Melisa to be proud of me. I want her to be respect me and to be her Prince Charming.”

Dr. Phil confronts Melisa: “What the hell are you thinking? This guy’s been lying to you since day one minute one, right?”

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What Your Girlfriends Won’t Tell You About Sweatpants: # 1 Cause of Divorce?

Eva Mendes, celeb-tress/spokesmodel partner of heartthrob Ryan Gosling made Twitter’s trending feed by commenting during an interview on Extra that sweatpants were the #1 cause of divorce, a statement her plus one attempted to clear up via social media.

Online media feeds off sound bites. My first reaction to Ms. Mendes was that she’s onto something. As the other of a newborn, she likely gets the challenge in maintaining sex appeal when you’re exhausted and covered with infant spittle.

No, sweatpants don’t cause divorce any more than yoga pants cause infidelity.

But the elastic waistband (replace with stained t-shirts, baggy panties, take your pick) is a definite passion killer.

The insouciant or even careless approach to appearance is like the comfort food of long term relationships, the sartorial equivalent to leaving the bathroom door open when you are “otherwise engaged.”

Men and women would like to believe the safety zone is built upon a love so strong no man can put asunder but maintaining passion is important to a relationship. Letting yourself go isn’t especially respectful to a partner. It’s like bait and switch.

Pregnancy, childbirth, and late night feedings don’t exactly call out “sex kitten” and more than a few men have turned the switch to think of a wife as a mom and no longer that playmate in a negligee. Keeping those fires stoked takes work on both sides. (So men, lose the ratty college sweatshirt and straight leg jeans!)

How we dress does impact how we feel about ourselves. Loose sweats and a stained tee shirt call out an evening on the couch with Netflix and a pint of Ben & Jerry’s much more than an evening of romance and passion. It’s pretty hard to get in the mood when you or your mate are dressed like slobs.

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Beware of stories that come in beautiful packages. Two recent nonfiction books about lesbians in Illinois tell two very different stories. One is a beautiful, hardbound book from the once-feminist publisher Seal Press (now part of a New York-based corporate publishing conglomerate). The other, published by the independent Chicago-based enterprise, Prairie Avenue Productions, is more modest — a paperback original, though available in an edition with color photos. One book tells a vibrant, overlooked story about a lesbian activist whose work shapes our world today; the other offers a closet parable and demonstrates how some people today take advantage of the labor and lives of those in the past who worked for LGBT equality.

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Under This Beautiful Dome: A Senator, A Journalist, and the Politics of Gay Love in America by Terry Mutchler (Seal Press, 2014) is the story of Mutchler’s relationship with a state senator, Penny Severns. In 1993, Severns was a rising star in the state democratic party (the book belabors the parallel between Severns and another young party member, Barack Obama). She met Mutchler, who was working as a journalist covering the Illinois state house. The two fell in love, eventually living together and sharing a life that they understood to be committed and “married.” While they had this mutual understanding, they did not share the nature of their relationship with their families or anyone else. They were closeted. To the public, Mutchler was simply a devoted friend and press agent for Severns.

You can imagine how this ends: Severns is diagnosed with cancer. Treatment, struggle, treatment, struggle, death. Severns’s family, not knowing the relationship, quickly acts to exclude Mutchler from Severns’s estate and legacy. It is a sad story. I do not want to minimize the pain and anguish the situation caused Mutchler, but remember this was the mid-1990s. These two women had other options. They could have come out; many courageous gay and lesbian people came out, refusing to live their lives in the closet.

At some points in Under This Beautiful Dome, it seemed like this story was happening in the 1950s or maybe the 1980s. The fact that it was happening in the 1990s makes the book more of a farce than a tragedy. Mutchler’s talent as a journalist makes Under This Beautiful Dome a good yarn, but anyone with a political consciousness recognizes that both of these women made choices that are fundamental harmful to themselves–and to the broader LGBT community.

The fact that Severns and Mutchler hurt themselves is one thing. What galls me about this book is that after Mutchler choses to be closeted and not speak out, she writes this book in 2014 and wants to position herself as a part of the story of the achievement of marriage equality in the state of Illinois. This claim is offensive.

Particularly when Under This Beautiful Dome is considered in tandem with the wonderful biography of Vernita Gray by Tracy Baim and Owen Keehnen. This delightful book, part biography, part oral history, part tribute volume to Gray, provides a rich history of the Chicago-based activist. Subtitled From Woodstork to the White House, Vernita Gray covers Gray’s early years (she was born in Chicago in 1948), her engagement in the civil rights movement, coming out as a lesbian in the 1970s (with rich anecdotes about Chicago lesbian-feminist institutions), and her activism during the last four decades of her life. Gray lived a life worth emulating. She gave to the community in numerous ways. Her death, also from cancer, affected the Chicago community tremendously.

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Baim and Keehnen provide an entertaining and highly readable account of Gray’s life. In addition to that, this book is a service to the community in at least two ways. First, it is a way of honoring and respecting the work of an out, African-American lesbians–and making that work more visible. Second, Gray’s life provides an important window into queer history, both in Chicago and in the United States during this period.

Sadly, these two books, both with life stories about lesbians in Illinois are not dueling in the marketplace. Mutchler’s unapologetic story of her own life seeks to capitalize in the advances of gay and lesbian people over the past twenty years; advances to which she did not contribute. Yet, because it is published by a New York-based publishing house, packaged in an attractive way, it gains the attention of readers–and even of the Lambda Literary Foundation which named it one of the finalists for Lesbian Memoir/Biography. Maybe that is appropriate if lesbian now means women who sit back while other women do difficult activist work and then step up when it is easy to take credit for some of it.

Baim and Keehnen’s book, on the other hand, receives less attention. Vernita Gray is the more interesting book, however. It tells the story of a woman with extraordinary integrity, a woman who lived a life that both made a difference to those around her and to the LGBT community in Chicago and nation-wide. Through Prairie Avenue Productions, Baim is increasingly telling these important and overlooked stories. She is a woman worthy of our collective admiration–and support.

Current readers should be aware of what stories are being told and packaged by New York publishing houses and engage in healthy skepticism. Looking beyond the glossies, readers can find gems like Vernita Gray. Future historians, looking for breadcrumbs to understand what was life like for lesbian and gay people in the Midwest during the 1990s, should read Vernita Gray carefully and give Under This Beautiful Dome the little regard it deserves.
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What Miles Teller Wishes He Could Tell People About ‘Fantastic Four’

In an era where most superhero films come with an army of advanced promotional material, the Twentieth Century Fox reboot of “Fantastic Four” stands out as an anomaly. Due in theaters this August, the Josh Trank film has unveiled precious few of its secrets so far, beyond a teaser trailer and handful of photos featuring cast members Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell.

“I wish I could tell people there are six of us. It’s really the ‘Fantastic Six’!” Teller joked during an interview with The Huffington Post on Friday. “We created two characters on our own.”

While extra superheroes are unlikely to appear, Teller, who plays Reed Richards aka Mr. Fantastic in the film, wouldn’t necessarily know either way. He hasn’t seen the finished product yet and only watched the film’s trailer a half-day before the general public.

“It’s going to be really interesting to be a part of a movie that size,” he said, before expressing hope that people think “Fantastic Four” is “good enough” to push the sequel forward. (The second “Fantastic Four” film is already scheduled for release in June of 2017.) “I’m as excited as everybody else is to see what it looks like.”

Teller can be seen in “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” in theaters on March 20. A full interview with Teller about the film will run closer to release.
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Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her home five weeks ago, and reportedly remains in a medically induced coma. As the 21-year-old fights for her life, reports have surfaced that her boyfriend, Nick Gordon, has been banned from visiting her in the hospital, leaving him distraught.

In a national television exclusive, Dr. Phil speaks with Gordon and his mother, Michelle, offering the 25-year-old treatment, as he appears to be battling a drug and alcohol addiction. “You can’t help Bobbi Kristina the way you are. You can’t help Krissy like this. It’s not healthy,” Dr. Phil tells Gordon. “You’ve got to man up, you got to straighten up.”

“I’ve been so strong for so many people for so long,” an emotional Gordon responds. “So please don’t tell me to man up.”

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What Your Girlfriends Won’t Tell You About Dating in a Techno World

Those of us whose last experience as a single predated even Blackberry, Palm Pilots, and laptops might need a refresher course on the iOS of Dating 2015. Unless you’ve been squirreled away binge watching Sex in the City, you’re invariably familiar with online dating, the PG-, R-, and maybe even X-rated variations of texting. You may even have chuckled when a divorced friend regaled you with tales of dates from hell.

Nevertheless, the first time you upload a profile photo and attempt to capture your persona and your partner laundry list in a couple of paragraphs is a game changer. You’ve entered some alternate universe where being asked your favorite sex position before you’ve even met for a cup of coffee is semi-standard practice. Many of the boy/girl conventions seem to have gone the way of typewriters and payphones. Buckle your seatbelts.

Match 101: Back in the days of dial-up and AOL, founder/former CEO Gary Kremen and team launched the first online dating site, which today has well over a million paid subscribers worldwide. Today, there’s a niche dating site for just about every group you could imagine, including vegetarians, farmers, and numerous religious affiliations. The Match Group now owns free site OkCupid and How About We, where singles suggest a date and see who bites.

Dating sites reflect everything from lifestyles to relationship goals or in the case of Tinder and Grindr, tracking Mr. or Ms. Right Now via GPS. I’ve always thought of dating sites as an extension of your image. OkCupid is more of an Earnest Sewn/Prius/Mini site while eHarmony seems more sedan or maybe even minivan. Find the site that reflects your style and goals.

Image is Everything: Think of your online dating profile as a marketing hook. You’ve got maybe three seconds to catch someone’s eye. Avoid group shots and selfies reflected in the mirror. Use a photo from the past six months and please, no pics of a beautiful sunset, your slobbering dog, or the Pyramids! Ditto your description. Be succinct but capture your personality. Everyone loves wine tasting, hikes, and long walks on the beach. Next…

Communication Breakdown: If the last time you dated, the only ways to contact someone you liked was by landline or U.S. postal service, times have changed! Text, email, Facebook message, voicemail, maybe even a video message. The downside to all this is you can tell via iMessage if your text was read. And there are so many ways to reach out 24/7. Sometimes at 1 a.m. after a few glasses of wine!

The bottom line is though technology may have provided additional tools, communication in any relationship is about being upfront about your needs and listening. When we don’t “Facetime” in person, it’s far too easy to lead someone on or to enter the Witness Protection Program, never to be heard from again. A friend recently shared that a guy friend had attempted to break things off with a woman he had dated briefly, using the “I need to focus on my son” excuse. The woman tried to convince him otherwise until my friend took the phone, texting on his behalf that he “hadn’t been honest and just didn’t feel the relationship could move forward.” The woman appreciated his (or her!) candor.

Dating in the 21st century may mean we can Google prospective suitors and read through questionnaires on sites like OkCupid, setting the discovery process aside.

But in the end, it’s still about a boy, a girl, and maybe, just maybe, a first kiss.
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This afternoon, after Kanye West unveiled his new Adidas collaboration at New York Fashion Week, André Leon Talley sat down with the musician turned designer and his wife, Kim Kardashian West. The subject at hand was not just his new Yeezy Boost sneakers—or the fact that Taylor Swift was perhaps the only A-list celebrity not sitting on West’s front row but also West’s other Internet-breaking moment of the week. So what’s it like to go viral? “I feel like a man,” West said. “I feel like I have blood in my veins.”

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21 Things People Wish They Could Tell Their Exes

There’s always something left unsaid after a divorce or bad breakup. And while many fantasize about texting or calling an ex to give him or her a piece of mind, few act on it.

It can be cathartic to let it out, though, so over the weekend, we asked our readers on Facebook and Twitter to share the one thing they wish they could say to their exes post-split.

Read some of the most interesting responses below.

1. “I forgive you for trying to crush my spirits. I know you just felt bad about yourself at the time.”

2. “I actually learned a lot from you. It’s just too bad you won’t benefit from what I learned.”

3. “It was great! Then it was good. Then it was so lonely. And now it is behind me and I am genuinely happy. We should have done it a few years earlier!”

4. “The moment we created another human was the moment you were supposed to choose to spend the rest of your life putting somebody else first.”

5. “The sex is better now that you’re gone.”

6. “I forgive you for never admitting you need to be forgiven.”

7. “Sorry, I gave away your crap Bryan Adams CD.”

8. “I’m sorry that we couldn’t work as a team to show our children that a marriage is something sacred enough to save.”

9. “Thank you for letting me go. Your decision has allowed me to meet a wonderful man and I’m having the time of my life with him.”

10. “I am sorry. I wish I could turn back time. I really do miss you.”

11. “You promised me forever and made me promise you that I would never ask for a a divorce… and yet you left me. I will never thank you for leaving me because I could have been happy with you for the rest of my life. Still, I never could have become the woman I am today with you by my side so for that reason alone, I’m grateful.”

12. “Our lives are so much sweeter and serene without you in it. We’re having a blast and making up for years of craziness.”

13. “Thank you for walking out on me and our children that night. It forced me to become the independent, college-educated ambitious person I am today.”

14. “I truly don’t regret anything. The way I see it, you served a specific purpose in my life at one time.”

15. “Please know that it’s possible to find love again after your first heartbreak. Meanwhile, focus on yourself and the kids!”

16. “He’s gone now, sadly, but I would say thank you for giving me two beautiful boys. I’d let him know that I’ll share with them all our happy memories. They’ll know how much we laughed and loved each other, in spite of our differences. We did the the best we could.”

17. “At the time, I thought I’d never be able to go on. The truth is, you having an affair was actually the greatest gift you ever gave me. I have become a very successful person and an asset to the community. I found my inner strength. Heck, I’d like to thank your mistress as well.”

18. “I want more for you than the life you have chosen. I hope someday you truly realize what you had and gave up on. Life is so much more than material things, status, and superficial relationships.”

19. “Just FYI: Relationships that start out as affairs don’t tend to last.

20. “Take care of yourself because I no longer can.”

21. “Thank you for asking for a divorce. I didn’t realize how good life could be without you.”

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Teen Accused Of Being A Bully: ‘Somebody Has To Tell People They’re Ugly’

Why do bullies do what they do? Dr. Phil sits down with a group of girls — some of them who admit they’ve been bullies and others who’ve been the victim of bullying — as part of his “Dr. Phil House” show.

Nicole, 19, says people consider her a mean girl because she’s popular on social media and has no problem speaking her mind. “When people post a picture, I feel the need to let [them] know how terrible [they] look,” she says. But Nicole says she’s not a bully; she’s just being brutally honest. “I speak the truth, and if you can’t handle it, then it’s not my problem,” she says.

Dr. Phil shares with Nicole what he believes might be driving her behavior. “I have this theory that people who do what you do are playing a game, and the game is ‘Get them before they get me,’” he says in the video above, explaining that people who engage in this behavior don’t care if someone doesn’t like them because they don’t like the other person, or they reject people before people can reject them. “That way, you’re always on the attack. You tell people things that are hurtful for a reason.”

Nicole says she doesn’t have a motive. She says people hurt her sometimes, and she’s just doing it back.

“What if they weren’t going to get you at all?” Dr. Phil asks. “What if they were going to become a loyal friend and supporter that would have your back for the rest of your life, but you went zero to bitch on them like that, so you ran them off and missed a good friend?”

“I think that’s where my observing [comes in],” Nicole says. “I watch people’s actions. I watch what they say. I’ll know if I like you or not.”

Dr. Phil says that statement is telling. “I didn’t realize how scared you were,” he says, pointing out that she hides behind a confident air but is really afraid. “You don’t have the guts to see if somebody would like you. You don’t have the guts to see if somebody would accept you, and befriend you and have your back.”

“I don’t think I’m scared at all,’ she says.

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How to Wear a Literal Print in 2015: Show, Don’t Tell

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I’m sort of allergic to prints, I think. (The kind you wear, not the kind you hang on your wall.) And considering the fact that we, as a nation—and I’m not sure whether it’s geographical or generational, but it’s true—fling the adverb “literally” around so rashly, so widely, and so blatantly incorrectly as to really do it irretrievable harm (try typing “misuse of the word” into Google and watch the search bar fill it in for you, literally), when it comes to the matter of next season’s quite holiday-party-perfect literal prints, well, could you blame me for my hesitancy?



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Photographed by Phil Oh

I love them on other people, the way I imagine you might appreciate your friend’s penchant for lobster if you had a shellfish allergy. Oh, how terrific! What an interesting protein! What claws it has! What a ruddy sheen!  But I actually can’t remember the last time I even touched a printed article of clothing in a store. It’s almost like I don’t even see them there, the proposition is so beyond my comprehension. Like most things, I feel free to blame some early life incident that I’m sure has been subsumed into my personality and that I can’t remember but has left me with the deeply held belief that goes something like: “Prints? Unflattering. Too loud. Too look-at-me. Too brash. Tough to wear. Tougher to repeat wear! Not me. No thanks.” Let alone literal prints, which seemed just sort of intentionally “wacky” in the way that a) I’ve never found particularly appealing, and b) renders them unrepeatable because everyone remembers the last time you wore a dress printed with some elaborate rendering of seahorses. So my acquisition of a raincoat printed with a leaping zeal of zebras (too bizarre to refuse, too beautiful to avoid) was a departure enough to provoke my editor to suggest this article.

And sure, I may never have quite given prints a fair shake. (My typical garment assessment usually coming down to an equation along the lines of Is this flattering? + Blending potential into existing wardrobe/Where does this fit into my sartorial narrative? x Would Jane Birkin/Belle de Jour–era Catherine Deneuve/Jacqueline Bisset/Charlotte Rampling wear this? Prints, historically, have rarely passed muster.



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And then Louis Vuitton spring 2015 happened. All sorts of leggy, gamine dream girls with the hair I want and the eye makeup I want (essentially, the look I want) trotted out in the best of all of 2015′s trends, a good portion of which were printed with, ahem, very literal renderings of things like race cars, salt and pepper shakers, hair dryers, and even last season’s hotly coveted LV-emblazoned micro-trunks. Add a good dash of Opening Ceremony’s pre-fall green juice–inspired mélange of pineapples, et al., and you’ve got a recipe to start gunning for the literal print. And when I really think about it, there’s something so holiday-friendly about prints: They’re cheery. They’re interesting. They’re lively. Why am I hiding behind a fear of looking busy? I am busy. And it’s not like I’ve ever been afraid of standing out before. Why not look alive this party season?

Here, six printed looks to carry you through.

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For parents who celebrate Christmas, one of the joys is watching their young children marvel at the magic of Santa Claus. But every parent, at some point, will get the question: “Mom, Dad … is Santa Claus real?”

On the one hand, parents could tell their children that no, there is no Santa Claus. It’s all fake. Good luck living that one down later.

On the other hand, parents could stick to the story and reinforce the myth of the jolly old elf from the North Pole who comes down the chimney bringing presents in the dead of night. But if the kids ever find out that’s not true, will the parents have any credibility left?

Dr. Phil says that when kids are under 6, it’s more about the spirit of Christmas, and Santa Claus is an icon representing that spirit. “I think it is a harmless and productive fantasy that children can be allowed to live with for a period of time,” he tells parents in the video above.

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8 Years a Divorcee: 8 Things I’d Tell My Freshly Divorced Self

The holiday season is a crazy one. Time seems to move faster, obligations pile up all around us and there are hundreds of things we think we should be doing at any given moment. It’s hard to put the brakes on in November and December. But that’s exactly what I’ve been doing.

You see, there are two dates that have special meaning to me during this rushed, exciting season. Not special like the birth of a child or a holiday, but things happened on those dates that have made indelible marks on my life. Kind of made me who I am today. And for those reasons, I acknowledge them. Not with any fanfare, mind you. There are no announcements made, no celebrations to be had. But still. I pause, momentarily on each of these days, and remember.

The first one hits in November. It’s my now-defunct wedding anniversary. We got married on Thanksgiving. I was a blushing bride, five months pregnant and giddy with anticipation to begin a new phase in life. I have nothing but good memories of that day; despite the giddiness gradually giving way first to complacency and then to much darker emotions, the memories are nice.

Then, just around the corner, is the anniversary of my divorce. That one lands in the beginning of December. Thirteen years, a house and four kids later. The memories of this one aren’t pretty or fun or dotted with sweet flashbacks. It was the final blow of a two-years-long beating, and in some ways it was a blessing. The date used to be a black mark on my calendar, THE DAY EVERYTHING ENDED. Now, I see it more as THE DAY EVERYTHING BEGAN.

It’s 8 years now. There were times I didn’t think I’d live through the first year, but I did. And each year after that as well. Some were harder to get through than others, but here I am: older, wiser and somehow…happier. I wish I could go back in time and let Newly Divorced Jenny know that things were going to be okay. I’d sit down with that terrified, sad woman, make her a dirty martini (which she didn’t know would become her favorite cocktail) and tell her what I’ve learned:

1. You did the best you could. There will be people who are going to make you feel guilty about being divorced. Make you feel as if you didn’t try hard enough, didn’t make the right sacrifices. Your ex is going to do this, too. Head games and guilt trips and bizarre behavior that will make you question every single thing you’ve done to get to this point, this consciously uncoupled state. Screw them. And screw the notion that you didn’t try to save your marriage with everything you had. You did try, you tried harder than most people would have. You showed more grace than necessary, more class than needed. You became the poster child for dignity, and you did all of that while solo-parenting four children. Own your part in this, my dear: you rocked it.

2. You should sell the house, right now. Sell it, give it to your ex, do whatever you can do to get this albatross off your neck. Yes, I know it’s a box full ‘o memories, but my friend…it’s time to be done. The three mortgages will end up breaking your back, and your credit. You’re going to discover, albeit a little bit late in the game, that home is indeed where the heart is. And you can move your heart somewhere better. You’re hanging onto it for all the wrong reasons. To quote a movie that your kids will thankfully be too old to become obsessed with, “LET IT GO.”

3. Don’t rush into the dating thing. Honey, I know you’re hellbent on getting back into the game, that you need to show yourself and everyone else that you can still do it, but slow down. Focus on repairing. There is brokenness all around you, and despite the nagging feeling that you’re missing Mr. Right, you need to be in fixing mode for a while. Believe me…if Mr. Right is out there, he’ll wait until you’re ready. That’s why he’s Mr. Right. Oh, and FYI: when you see the Mullet guy on eHarmony, just say no. Dude did time for domestic assault. And he’s still married. A married felon. You’re welcome. And now please see #4.

4. You will have sex again. And again, and again. Remember that day, after some of the fog began clearing, and you realized your sole source of all things sex-related was gone? I do. You were getting the mail and actually said, out loud, “Oh my God. Who am I going to have sex with now that he’s gone?” Fifteen years of being with just one person is kind of habit-forming (well, at least it was for you). For a long time after he left, sex was the furthest thing from your mind. But then it wasn’t. It was pretty damn close to your mind. Like, on top of it, in heat and quite possibly humping it. Know that the desire to have sex is natural and the fact that your Sexy Spidey Senses are tingling again is GOOD and NORMAL. But take this advice: choose wisely. Believe it or not, you will have several fellas to choose from. Some of them will be great for scratching that itch. Some will be fun to flirt with, and some will be best left alone. I will tell you that the guy who is remodeling your neighbor’s kitchen is definitely one of the latter. I know you’re lonely, girl, but do you not see his striking resemblance to Captain Caveman? PASS.

5. You aren’t going to hate him forever. No, not Kevin James. It’s 2014 and we still can’t stand that actor. Seriously, must you pull out the ‘dancing fat guy’ shtick in every single movie, Paul Blart? The “him” I’m referring to is your ex-husband. Right now, there is nobody on earth you love less. Lucifer himself sounds like a fabulous companion compared to the man who broke your heart. But there will be a day when the hate is just gone. Poof. You will change his name in your phone from “A HOLE” to “HIS REAL NAME.” Your lips won’t purse and your nose won’t wrinkle and your eyes won’t scrunch when you speak of him. No, you will never be the president of his fan club, but you will be relieved of the back-breaking burden that is hate. And it will feel all kinds of amazing. In the meantime? Take advantage of that hatey energy. Clean the damn garage.

6. Wait, what? Another dirty martini? Of course! Didn’t I say you’d love them?

6. Your kids will survive. Oh sweet Jesus of Nazareth. The children. It’s almost unbearable to look at them right now, isn’t it? The pain is so fresh and so vivid in their faces. That’s where most of the rage comes from, my dear. I mean, yeah, it bites the big one to be cheated on, but your kids? The dismemberment of your marriage has hurt your offspring, and that evokes an almost-otherworldly fury from you. Know this, woman: each one of them hurts, that’s true. They handle their pain in different ways. Four kids, four ways of dealing with it. None of them are easy, and a couple of them are downright horrifying. You’re going to be tested, my friend. Your limits to what you can take are going to be pulled and stretched like taffy, until you think you cannot possibly handle anything else. And then you get more to handle.

Spoiler alert. You handle it like a goddamn boss. The two older ones? They are almost 21 and 19 now. Both in college. Both thriving and healthy and happy. One of them is in love! The two younger ones are still home with you. They are both giant teenagers now and spending time with them is like a salve on your soul. You have wonderful relationships with all of the kids. Thick as thieves, you are. And you know why? Because you stuck it out with them. You were there for them when they needed you, and you never, ever gave up.

(P.S. For Christmas of 2012 our daughter Molly buys you a toaster. You hide in the kitchen so the kids can’t see you bawling over a freaking toaster. Yeah, you are still a big crybaby. Sorry.)

7. This is going to feel like the worst thing ever. Until you realize it’s not. Your middle name is going to be Woe Is Me for a while, and honey, that’s okay. Woe is you, no question. But then you’re going to notice that planet Earth has been merrily spinning away while you were embroiled in what felt like mortal combat. People’s lives were changing, kids were growing, the economy was getting ready to take a massive dump. Things are going to happen, some bad things, some scary things. People you love are going to get sick. You and the kids are going to hit some hard bumps in the road.

You’re going to discover that your divorce, as painful and exhausting and traumatic as it was, wasn’t the end of the world. It sucked, no doubt about it. But it didn’t kill you. You will learn the difference between “bad” and “awful”, my friend. It’s not a pretty lesson, but it’s something you never forget.

8. There is no limit to what you can achieve. This one is the most important, so I’m going to repeat it: THERE IS NO LIMIT TO WHAT YOU CAN ACHIEVE. Oh, what’s that? You say that getting out of bed these days takes all you have? I get it. And that’s okay. It’s to be expected. Your world was torn asunder, girl, it takes time to recover. Time to work everything out. And when you’re living in the aftermath of a brutal divorce, everything doesn’t always work out with ease. You’re going to face obstacles that scare the crap out of you, challenges that make you feel like a tiny, trembling David staring up at a gnarly, giant Goliath.

Get this: You’re going to learn how to manage money and balance a checkbook and do your own taxes! You’ll figure out how to change the bulbs in your car lights. You’ll install a garbage disposal and hook up wireless routers and you’ll talk to your teens about sex and love and condoms. You’re going to become a fierce advocate for your children, you’re going to ask for help when you need it and give help when asked. You’re going to be stronger and smarter and tougher and more tender than you ever imagined you’d be. You’re going to write like a mofo, and find so many friends and opportunities when you do.

You’re going to love. You’re going to be loved. You’re going to adopt a dog who sheds so much but who will own substantial real estate in your heart (and much to your chagrin, the couch).

The day is going to come when getting out of bed is easy and you do it early every morning and work hard all day and then go home to be with your family at night. You’re never going to master cooking much more than your curry chicken and a decent pot roast but that’s okay. The kids still love Costco pizza.

Eight years will pass in the blink of an eye even though some of the days and nights seem as if they will never end. Eight years, and look at all the good things that have happened. Look how much light and love and laughter there is in your life. I can’t even begin to picture what the next eight will bring.

So, my younger, freshly divorced self (and anyone else who fits the bill), hang in there. You’re in for one hell of a ride.

But…I’m here waiting for you at the end. Waiting with a hug and a spot on the couch next to me and an ice cold dirty martini. It’s all going to be okay, and it’s all going to be worth it.

I promise.

This post first appeared on Jennifer’s semi-neglected blog, The Happy Hausfrau. You can read more about divorce, single parenting and her obsession with Louis CK there.

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