The Final Wish – Timothy Woodward Jr.

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The Final Wish

Timothy Woodward Jr.

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: February 8, 2019


From the creator of the Final Destination franchise comes a new tale of death. Following the passing of his father, Aaron Hammond (Michael Welch) returns to his hometown to help his devastated mother (Lin Shaye) and to confront his past demons. Sifting through his father’s belongings, Aaron comes upon a mysterious item that is far more than it seems.

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Wish Upon a Star – Jenny Oaks Baker

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Wish Upon a Star

Jenny Oaks Baker

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 2, 2011

© ℗ 2011 Shadow Mountain Records

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The Christmas Wish – Barbara Ankrum

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The Christmas Wish

Barbara Ankrum

Genre: Holiday

Publish Date: October 24, 2016

Publisher: Tule Publishing

Seller: Tule Publishing Group, LLC


Event planner Eve Canaday and her secret crush, Dr. Ben Tyler, are unexpectedly drafted to help a little girl fulfill her late mother’s wish—a magical Christmas to create some happy memories. Eve sees this opportunity as a sign; Ben, as a glitch in his plan to leave Marietta behind for good. As the trio checks off the to-do list of Christmas fun, Ben’s ‘bah-humbug’ opinion of the holiday fades, along with ideas about keeping his distance from Eve. Getting involved is the last thing he wants to do but, alas, there’s no accounting for cosmic interference. With the season of miracles upon this jewel of a town, will Eve find it’s possible that Christmas wishes aren’t only for little girls? The Canadays of Montana series Book 1: A Cowboy to Remember Book 2: Choose Me, Cowboy Book 3: The Cowgirl’s Christmas Proposal 

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Wish I Might – Kait Nolan

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Wish I Might

A Small Town Southern Romance

Kait Nolan

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: November 3, 2016

Publisher: Kait Nolan

Seller: Courtney Kathleen Gresham


An heiress in hiding… For graphic designer Cecily Dixon, building a successful life on her own terms, independent of her family's name and wealth, has been an all-important goal. That's why she followed her boss to tiny Wishful, Mississippi. While she's fallen in love with the town and the work being done to bring it back to life, her internship is over and it's time to take the next power-house step in her career…somewhere else.  A bookstore in trouble… Reed Campbell is Wishful born and bred. He loves his small town life, and it suits him just fine. When he needs help breathing life into his struggling bookstore, the brilliant and sexy Cecily is the last person he expects to volunteer. Since one chemistry-fueled summer weekend, she's been giving him the cold shoulder, and he can't figure out how he blew it.  A romance with an expiration date… Working together will start the thaw, but they both know the clock is ticking and Cecily will be moving on. Or will she? Wishful is just the right size for Reed, but can he convince Cecily that his small town can support her big dreams?  

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Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd

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Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: September 12, 1975

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Death Wish (2018) – Eli Roth

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Death Wish (2018)

Eli Roth

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: March 2, 2018


When his wife (Elisabeth Shue) and daughter (Camila Morrone) are violently attacked, Dr. Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis) hunts down his family's assailants to deliver justice. Fury and fate collide in the intense action-thriller “Death Wish.”

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Darcy’s Christmas Wish: A Pride and Prejudice Variation – Penelope Swan

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Darcy’s Christmas Wish: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

Penelope Swan

Genre: Classics

Publish Date: November 10, 2015

Publisher: Wisheart Press

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Fitzwilliam Darcy never forgot the little girl, with the beautiful dark eyes, who saved his life fifteen years ago… though he never expected to meet her again. But when he comes to Rosings Park to spend the Advent season with his aunt, he discovers that at Christmastime, miracles – and wishes – can come true… DARCY'S CHRISTMAS WISH is a sweet, clean standalone Pride and Prejudice variation romance, inspired by Jane Austen's novel. * ALSO BY THE SAME AUTHOR: DARCY'S WAGER DARCY REVEALED The DARK DARCY series : – The Netherfield Affair (Book 1) – Intrigue at the Ball (Book 2) – The Poisoned Proposal (Book 3) – Secrets at Pemberley (Book 4)

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Wish List (Unabridged) – Sylvia Day

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Wish List (Unabridged)

Sylvia Day

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 5.95

Publish Date: October 9, 2013

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The Christmas Wish – Herb Alpert

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The Christmas Wish

Herb Alpert

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 29, 2017

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Wish Upon – John R. Leonetti

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Wish Upon

John R. Leonetti

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: July 14, 2017


In the latest thriller from the director of ANNABELLE, 17-year-old CLARE SHANNON (Joey King) is barely surviving the hell that is high school, along with her friends MEREDITH (Sydney Park) and JUNE (Shannon Purser). So when her dad (Ryan Phillippe) gifts her an old music box with an inscription that promises to grant the owner's wishes, she thinks there is nothing to lose. Clare makes her first wish and, to her surprise, it comes true. Before long, she finally has it all: money, popularity and her dream boy. Everything seems perfect – until the people closest to her begin dying in gruesome and twisted ways. Now, with blood on her hands, Clare has to get rid of the box, before it costs her and everyone she loves the ultimate price. Be careful what you wish for. Broad Green Pictures’ WISH UPON is directed by John R. Leonetti (ANNABELLE) and produced by Sherryl Clark (CLOVERFIELD).

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Wicked Wish: The Wicked Horse Vegas, Book 2 (Unabridged) – Sawyer Bennett

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Wicked Wish: The Wicked Horse Vegas, Book 2 (Unabridged)

Sawyer Bennett

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: August 11, 2017

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Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd

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Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: September 12, 1975

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As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of the Princess Bride (Unabridged) – Cary Elwes, Joe Layden & Rob Reiner (foreword)

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As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of the Princess Bride (Unabridged)

Cary Elwes, Joe Layden & Rob Reiner (foreword)

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: October 14, 2014

© ℗ © 2014 Simon & Schuster Audio

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What People Wish They Knew About Divorce after Decades Together

When we plan our wedding, when we stand on the alter and say “I do,” and perhaps for many years after, we can’t imagine our life without our chosen partner. While some people only have a short time together before they divorce, there are the couples who have decades together before they decide that divorce is the only option.

This may be after numerous attempts at couple’s therapy, many years of a strained relationship, or even comes as a complete blindside to one of the partners. While this process may be exceptionally confusing and painful, there are some facts that many people wish they knew while going through the process and in the time after the divorce. These are the things that people wish they knew before, or while going through the process, that would have made the experience easier than it was. These tidbits would have made many realize that things were not as dire and permanent as they may have felt.

What are some of these things? You may not be able to live in the same place that you have lived for years, and you may need to adjust your standard of living. This may sound awful, but it does not have to be. When we think back at what we were able to live on, and the contentment we experienced with much less than we have now, we are able to realize that the adjustment may not be as bad as we imagine.

This is actually the opportunity for an exciting new start for you. Who wants to roam around that big house anyway? The kids are grown and have homes of their own, it is too much space, and far too much upkeep. Get a cute place, in a great area, that is simple to take care of. Did the two of you have a relationship where one spouse worked and one spouse helped raise the kids and take care of the house? Now is your time to shine and do all those things that you dreamed of doing. Volunteer, take some classes, work part-time, your options are endless and exhilarating.

Do you fear that you are going to spend the rest of your life alone, and never find love again? Think again! Unfortunately, at least 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. That leaves a lot of options and lonely people looking to meet a new match. While the idea of dating may be nerve wracking at first, it can be thrilling if you give it a chance. Are there great qualities about you that your partner always took for granted?

Perhaps there is someone out there looking for someone with those exact qualities. Maybe there is someone out there who treats you in a way that you never knew was possible. Of course you need to take the time to heal and be ready for a new romance or dating, but once you are, the possibilities are endless. This is your chance to date and do all those things you never got a chance to do in your previous relationship. Your ex hated to dance? Take some ballroom dancing lessons with your new potential suitor. Did your ex prefer to stay at home, now is your chance to see the world with a willing and excited partner.

The bottom line is that life does not end just because your relationship did. Things could not have been ideal if they ended in divorce, and there were likely numerous things that did not make you happy. While it may take some time, healing, and getting to know who you are as the individual you are now, this truly can be a fresh start and a reinvention of self.

You now have the chance to explore all the things you always wanted to do, but were not supported in doing. You have a chance to explore, learn, and put your unique mark on the world. When you are ready, you have a chance to meet someone who appreciates you for the unique person you are, and who has goals and interests in line with yours. Life is far from over, in fact some would argue it can just begin. Do not drop anchor, do not allow yourself to feel that things are hopeless when you divorce after decades, because there are many years and many adventures ahead if you are open to them.

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12 Things Men Wish Women Would Do On Dates

A while back, we asked women who read HuffPost Divorce to share the one thing they wish more men would do on dates. (One standout response? Actually ask her on a date — past a certain age, no one wants to “hang out and chill.”) 

But what about the guys? What do men past a certain age want to see more of on dates? Below, HuffPost Divorce bloggers share what they wish more women would do before, during and after dates.

Take it away, guys. 

1. “If we’ve never met before, make a definite first move to establish whether we’re doing a handshake or hug. Doesn’t matter which, just help ease that awkward first greeting.” — Barry Gold 

2. “Please forgive the first 10 dumb things I say and do (if they are not deal-breakers for you) as I’m a mess. The second date will be better, I promise.”  – Antonio Sacre, author of My Name is Cool: Stories from a Cuban-Irish-American Storyteller 

 3. ”Don’t ask why I’m divorced until at least the third date. I know you want to know about past relationships but on the first date I’m not ready.” – Elliott Katz, author of Being the Strong Man a Woman Wants: Timeless Wisdom on Being a Man

4. “Let me hold the door open for you.” – Chad Stone, author of The Love Magnet Rules

5. ”If you are a heart surgeon waiting for an urgent text to save someone’s life, by all means, have your phone on the table. Otherwise, please put it away.” – Antonio Sacre

6. “Offer to pay. I have no problem paying for dinner but please at least give us ‘the reach.’ Make a move for the check  a) so the guy can say, ’Please, let me get this!’ and b) it proves you are at least interested enough to invest in the evening.” – Craig Tomashoff

7. “Compliment us.  I work out and one of the reasons I do so — outside of staying healthy — is so women can see that I’m a man who takes care of himself.” – Lee Kronert, author of Mental Cruelty: A Novel for Divorced Men

8. “A little encouragement goes a long way. Silence is not golden. ‘I’m having fun’ is cool.” — Ken Solin, author of The Boomer Guide to Finding True Love Online

9. “Disagree with us! Quiz us. Debate us. Really throw down the gauntlet by claiming ‘Die Hard’ isn’t the greatest movie of all time. Challenging us means you’re interested in how we think and that’s the sexiest experience a guy could ask for.” –– Craig Tomashoff

10. “During the date, a light touch on the hand or arm says a lot about your interest in us. No, we won’t consider it foreplay.” — Ken Solin 

11. “Don’t talk badly about your ex because if you are going to talk badly about him, then I have no doubt that at some point, you’ll be talking badly about me to some other stranger.” — Al DeLuise

 12. “After a date, please pick up the phone when I call. A call means I really like you.” – Chad Stone

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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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16 Things Women Wish Men Would Do On Dates

Dating after divorce is a scary, scary prospect. Between crotch shots from random dudes on Tinder to rants about ex-wives on dates, is it any wonder that so many of us throw in the towel and say “thanks, but no thanks” to getting back out there? 

It’s time to raise the bar, gentlemen. To that end, we asked our readers on HuffPost Divorce’s Facebook page to share the one thing they wish more men would do before, during and after dates.

Read what they had to say below: 

1. ”Be ready to talk and don’t ask ‘where is this heading?'” – Denise Robinson

2. “Dating is nerve-wracking! I wish guys would admit that they’re a wreck, too. It’s nice to know I’m not the only one sweating.” — Kasey Ferris

3. “Don’t talk about your sex life — or lack thereof — on the first date.” — Lori Shively

 

4. “Let me pick up the check sometimes. My first date with my now ex-husband was a pleasant surprise; he wouldn’t let me pay for my dinner but he let me buy us both coffee afterward. It felt like he saw me more as an equal than someone he was expected to take care of.” — Kate Fruehling

 

5. “Be honest about who you are and what type of relationship you’re looking for and are capable of having.” — Vicki Richards

 

6. “Hold doors open for me. Pull out my chair!” — Amy Mudd

 

7. “Don’t examine the bill when you get it. I already feel bad enough that you’re paying, let’s not make it awkward too.” – Renee Hamilton

 

8. “Candy Crush can wait. Just sayin.'” – Kimberly McGrain

9. “Please, no d*ck pics beforehand.” — Kelly Connolly 

10. ”Be yourself and have no ulterior motives. Just enjoy the encounter with another human being, without hidden agendas or stupid games.” — Ana Nita 

11. “Don’t discuss your negative opinions about monogamy. So many divorced men have this anti-relationship mindset and love to vocalize it. It may be because they aren’t taking enough time to heal from their breakup. Whatever the case may be, asking me out and then slamming the idea of relationships is unsexy and probably won’t get you a second date. (Or laid, if that’s what you’re after.)” — Kimberly McGrain 

12. “Listen to my response after you ask a question. Make real conversation with lots of give and take. Good conversation is the best.” — Kate Winter Davis 

13. ”Appreciate the date. Single men in their 40s act like women have to accept scraps. As if they’re our last hope, saving us from a life of spinsterhood!” — Kathi Williams Robinson

 

14. “Ask us out on a date. I don’t want to ‘hang out’ or ‘chill.’ I’m a grown woman.” – Heidi Beale

15. ”On the date, treat us like a priority, not just an option.” — Amy Kuniholm

 

16. “During the date, refrain from saying,  ’I’m better at being single than in a relationship… So do you want to go out again?'” — Janice Songer 

 

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16 Things Women Wish Men Would Do On Dates

Dating after divorce is a scary, scary prospect. Between crotch shots from random dudes on Tinder to rants about ex-wives on dates, is it any wonder that so many of us throw in the towel and say “thanks, but no thanks” to getting back out there? 

It’s time to raise the bar, gentlemen. To that end, we asked our readers on HuffPost Divorce’s Facebook page to share the one thing they wish more men would do before, during and after dates.

Read what they had to say below: 

1. ”Be ready to talk and don’t ask ‘where is this heading?'” – Denise Robinson

2. “Dating is nerve-wracking! I wish guys would admit that they’re a wreck, too. It’s nice to know I’m not the only one sweating.” — Kasey Ferris

3. “Don’t talk about your sex life — or lack thereof — on the first date.” — Lori Shively

 

4. “Let me pick up the check sometimes. My first date with my now ex-husband was a pleasant surprise; he wouldn’t let me pay for my dinner but he let me buy us both coffee afterward. It felt like he saw me more as an equal than someone he was expected to take care of.” — Kate Fruehling

 

5. “Be honest about who you are and what type of relationship you’re looking for and are capable of having.” — Vicki Richards

 

6. “Hold doors open for me. Pull out my chair!” — Amy Mudd

 

7. “Don’t examine the bill when you get it. I already feel bad enough that you’re paying, let’s not make it awkward too.” – Renee Hamilton

 

8. “Candy Crush can wait. Just sayin.'” – Kimberly McGrain

9. “Please, no d*ck pics beforehand.” — Kelly Connolly 

10. ”Be yourself and have no ulterior motives. Just enjoy the encounter with another human being, without hidden agendas or stupid games.” — Ana Nita 

11. “Don’t discuss your negative opinions about monogamy. So many divorced men have this anti-relationship mindset and love to vocalize it. It may be because they aren’t taking enough time to heal from their breakup. Whatever the case may be, asking me out and then slamming the idea of relationships is unsexy and probably won’t get you a second date. (Or laid, if that’s what you’re after.)” — Kimberly McGrain 

12. “Listen to my response after you ask a question. Make real conversation with lots of give and take. Good conversation is the best.” — Kate Winter Davis 

13. ”Appreciate the date. Single men in their 40s act like women have to accept scraps. As if they’re our last hope, saving us from a life of spinsterhood!” — Kathi Williams Robinson

 

14. “Ask us out on a date. I don’t want to ‘hang out’ or ‘chill.’ I’m a grown woman.” – Heidi Beale

15. ”On the date, treat us like a priority, not just an option.” — Amy Kuniholm

 

16. “During the date, refrain from saying,  ’I’m better at being single than in a relationship… So do you want to go out again?'” — Janice Songer 

 

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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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Here’s the One Thing Dermatologists Wish You Would Stop Doing

By Renee Jacques, Allure

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You follow your skin-care routine with religious dedication but still don’t have the Neutrogena-commercial-perfect complexion of your dreams. That could be because you’re still making one of the mistakes dermatologists dread most. We asked eight of the top derms in the country to let us in on the one thing they wish their patients would stop doing when it comes to caring for their skin. And some of their answers might surprise you.

Being lazy about cleansing. “Many patients don’t make it a habit to cleanse twice a day and think they can get by with just rinsing their faces in the morning and that they can get away with sleeping with their makeup on. I always advise thorough, gentle cleansing both in the morning and evening. I particularly like wipe-off cleansers, such as Avène Micellar Lotion Cleanser and Make-up Remover. “–Jeanette Graf, a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City

Using so many different products. “I wish patients would stop overdoing it. Dedication to one or two products with proven efficacy is much better than trying to use everything. Using too many products often leads to irritation and can potentially cause ingredients to inactivate, since certain ones are not meant to be combined. A good morning antioxidant, along with sunscreen and an evening retinoid, is a great place to start. If you consistently stick to this simple regimen, you will see a difference in your skin. Just give it a few weeks.” –Joshua Zeichner, an assistant professor in the dermatology department at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City

Picking your pimples. “It’s a surefire way to take something from minor to major. So often we see benign things that, if left alone, would heal and leave only minimal scarring, if anything. When you pick, or squeeze, or scratch, you introduce bacteria. Suddenly the issues multiply, and infection and other issues become part of the picture. And it’s always a shame to have to deal with completely avoidable problems.” —Ranella Hirsch, a dermatologist in Boston who serves on the editorial board of Dermatology Times

Overwashing your face. “Squeaky-clean skin is overcleansed, meaning it’s stripped of its priceless lipids. Your skin should feel supple, not like plastic. Use gentle cleansers with a low lather for the healthiest skin barrier.” –Ellen Marmur, an associate clinical professor in the department of dermatology and the department of genetics and genomic research at the Mount Sinai Medical Center

Overdoing it with a cleansing brush. “For people who have sensitive skin, cleansing brushes can cause irritation. I’m not a fan of the majority of them, unless you have very oily, thick sebaceous skin.” –Jason Emer, a cosmetic dermatologist and aesthetic surgeon in Mountain View, California

Skipping conditioner (yes, this relates to your skin). “Your scalp is skin, and many people forget that. Many thin or oily-haired women skip conditioner because of concerns that it will weigh down their hair. Big mistake. That’s like skipping moisturizer on your skin. Scalp nourishment is critical to beautiful hair.” —Francesca Fusco, an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and assistant attending dermatologist at Mount Sinai

Exfoliating the wrong way. “Patients have in their heads that they need to exfoliate to have healthy skin. Unfortunately, that’s only one part of the process of getting soft, supple skin. After exfoliating chemically [with a peel] or physically [with a scrub], it’s critical to apply a moisturizer to seal and heal the skin barrier. Keeping the skin barrier well-hydrated not only improves the feel and look of skin but it also feeds back to improve the way the skin cells turn over. In an ideal world, healthy skin exfoliates on its own. So as your skin becomes healthier, you need to exfoliate less often.” –Heidi Waldorf, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Being rough with your skin. “I watch patients touch and point to areas of concern on their face, and I’m often taken aback at how rough they are on their skin when they touch it. They rub hard and pick and pull, rather than gently patting it. I see the marks left behind from picking, and I see the skin stretched for no reason in directions it doesn’t necessarily naturally move. Part of the problem may be magnified mirrors that make everything seem bigger and closer and can distort the way the skin looks and how much pressure is safe to apply. I’d love for everyone to be more thoughtful and gentle when touching their skin.” –Doris Day, a clinical associate professor of dermatology at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City

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The “real-life superhero” and WWE star now has yet another good-guy accolade under his belt: he’s just granted his 500th wish for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Cena, who’s long held the title for the celebrity who’s granted the most wishes through the charity, appeared on NBC’s “Today” show Wednesday to mark the milestone moment. He granted his 500th wish to an 8-year-old boy named Rocco Lanzer.

Rocco, who was diagnosed with leukemia in January, is a huge fan of Cena. “He’s nice and strong and inspirational,” he told Today of his idol. “He reminds kids to never give up.” 

Earlier this year, the wrestler visited the boy in the hospital, but Rocco said he hadn’t been feeling his best that day. “I didn’t get a chance to talk to him like I wanted to, and I hope someday I could meet him again,” he said. 

On Wednesday, Rocco’s wish came true. 

Cena showered the child with gifts, including ringside tickets to see him at “Monday Night Raw.”

The wrestler also had some words of encouragement. 

“He’s a very brave young man and a true fighter,” Cena said of Rocco. 

Cena, who was recently named the the second-most charitable athlete in the world by DoSomething.org, has said in the past that his commitments to Make-A-Wish trump most other priorities in his life. 

“It’s something that I’ll bend my schedule around,” he said in 2012. “I’ll make time for the wish and then do everything else later because whatever it is, it’s not as important as making a child’s or a family’s experience. It’s just been a great thing.”  

 

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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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What I Wish Every Co-Parent Knew

My job is to work with families, primarily divorced families, and help them overcome conflict. That conflict usually comes from the same place — fear. Every co-parent I’ve worked with, myself included, has felt fear over at least one of these things.

1. Fear of your children loving their other parent more, or worse, wanting to live with the other parent. Let’s be honest here. In the age of custody hearings and long divorce proceedings, we all know that friend of a friend who got sole custody and placement just because their child asked for it. Just hearing these stories creates this sense of fear over what might happen one day if you’re not the “better” parent.

What I wish co-parents knew was that as much as you read about judges giving primary placement to the “better” parent, more and more judges are actually awarding joint custody because they realize that having both parents in children’s lives is what’s best for them. I also wish that co-parents knew that their child will love both parents in different ways, neither one is more than the other. You may provide emotional support whereas your ex provides academic support. Both are needed and both are appreciated, one isn’t better than the other.

2. Fear that your ex will hurt your child physically or emotionally. Many times this fear comes from a lack of control over what’s happening when you’re not with your child. We all have that fear whenever they aren’t with us, right? What if something happens? What if I can’t get there quick enough? What if I can’t prevent it? Now combine that natural parenting fear with the bitterness and resentment that many high-conflict divorced couples feel and suddenly everything your ex is doing is painful to your child. What’s worse, there’s not much you can do about it because, unless you can prove that it’s creating real, lasting pain in your child, judges won’t do anything.

Many divorced parents tell me that their ex is hurting their child. One parent tells me that their ex isn’t there for their child. The other parent tells me that their ex is too controlling. What I wish co-parents knew is that you may have different styles, but that it’s good for children to see a balance between them. Think of everything you learned as a child. You learned some from your Mom and some from your Dad and some from everyone else that was part of raising you. Your children are learning the same.

3. Fear that they’re missing out on their child’s life. This is the big one, isn’t it? You went from seeing your children everyday to seeing them half of the time, maybe less. You talk to your children, but that’s not the same as seeing them everyday. It’s not the same as dinnertime conversation, movie nights, or midnight snacktime catching up. You can’t get that time back, either.

What I wish co-parents knew is that being divorced allows your children the opportunity to build this time with both of their parents. I am not trying to romanticize co-parenting in saying that. I’m a co-parent, too, and hate every second away from my children, but I wish co-parents knew that, yes, you aren’t there for every dinnertime, movie night, or midnight snack, but that you are there for them and your child appreciates that. Just making sure they know that you’re there for them goes a long way.

Co-parenting is the number one way to ensure your children thrive through divorce. I wish co-parents knew that if they’re able to manage their fears and work through them, if they’re able to put those fears aside in order to work with their co-parent, that they’re on the way to giving their children everything they need to prosper after their parents divorce.

Comment below and tell me which of these ring true for you, or tell me what I’ve missed.

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Archbishop Of Dublin: “I Have No Wish To Stuff My Religious Views Down Other People’s Throats”

You don’t hear this from a religious leader every day.

“I have… no wish to stuff my religious views down other people’s throats, but I also have a right to express my views in the reasoned language of social ethics.” That’s what the Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, stated in a column in The Irish Times in light of Ireland’s historic same-sex marriage vote on May 22.

“As a bishop I have strong views on marriage based on my religious convictions,” Archbishop Diarmuid Martin wrote in a column for The Irish Times.

Martin said he plans to vote against same-sex marriage in Friday’s referendum, but noted the example Pope Francis sets on the topic by encouraging people not to make judgments against individuals. He went on, however, to offer what he calls “reasoned argument” on the topic of married couples and child-bearing.

“There is a unique complementarity between men and women, male and female, rooted in the very nature of our humanity,” Martin wrote. “I believe that this complementarity belongs to the fundamental definition of marriage.” Despite his personal views, he concluded by saying he would not tell people how to cast their ballots, but encouraged them to vote.

Martin’s stance on the referendum falls in line with the Irish Catholic Church’s largely muted voice on the topic. Eamon Martin, the Archbishop of Armagh, told RTE News that Catholic leaders were reaching out to their own flock by distributing literature in churches to encourage a “no” vote.

Even Petra Conroy, a prominent campaigner against same-sex marriage, told Reuters on Monday: “For any faith, it’s not good if the people are only doing something because somebody else is telling them to.”

A February 2014 survey conducted by RED C in conjunction with RTE News and The Sunday Business Post found that 76 percent of adults in the country favored legalizing same-sex marriage.

All of the country’s political parties support a “yes” vote, NPR notes, as do a majority of businesses and unions. Roughly 18 countries around the world allow same-sex marriage, but Ireland could become the first to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote.

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As a school counselor, kids tell me things. Here are seven things most kids wish they could tell their new stepparent:

  1. I want my parents to get back together. Maybe that’s not really a secret; you probably already know this. The secret part is that it’s NOT because I don’t like you. It sounds weird, but it has nothing to do with you. I just want the two people I love most in this world to live in the same house so I don’t have to go back and forth or worry about either one.
  2. I want my parent to myself. I really, really still want and need one-on-one time with my parent. I know you love my dad/mom. I get that you are married and want to spend time together and that your marriage has to stay strong. BUT I really need time with my parent. Just us. Again, it’s not because I don’t like you. But they are different with me alone and I really need to see that is still there so that I can feel secure. When my family-as-I-knew it split up, it was a huge loss for me. And even though my parent is happy now with you, I’m still grieving and trying to adjust. Please understand I’m not trying to push you out. I just need to keep the connection strong.
  3. It hurts when you make me choose sides. I know that there is a good chance you do not like or respect my other parent. I know you probably have seen and heard a lot more than I have so maybe you are even justified in your opinions. But regardless, please don’t drag me into it. I need to stay neutral because I love them both. I know it might be hard, but if you are able to do this, it will help me trust you and look up to you as a great role model.
  4. I know that you love your biological kids more than you love me. I get that. But my little brother/sister doesn’t understand why you treat them differently than your “real” kids. We didn’t pick this situation. You guys made the decision to blend our two families. It’s going to take time for us to know each other, trust each other and love each other. In the meantime, please try to be fair and consistent.
  5. Your kids and I need time to “blend.” Your kids are pretty much strangers to me. It’s going to take a long time to feel like a family. You can’t put strangers in the same house (let alone in bunk beds in the same bedroom) and expect everything to be great just because you and my parent love each other so much. Please give us time and allow us our own space, privacy and belongings. This isn’t easy for any of us.
  6. How I act is not all about you. Regardless of what has happened with you adults, I am still a kid, which means that I will sometimes be moody, withdrawn, mouthy and rambunctious. Please don’t take it personally. Not everything I do is because of “the divorce” or because I don’t like you. Please try to remember what you felt like when you were my age. No matter how good a parent you are, I’m probably going to try to pull away or even rebel in small or big ways. I need fair and consistent limits and rules and patience and love from you guys.
  7. I don’t need or want a “new” mom or dad. What I really need more than another parent is a strong, consistent role model I can look up to and learn from. If you just take the time to get to know me, and let me take the time to get to know you, we have a good chance of building a strong relationship. (But remember, as I said earlier, I’m still a kid and kids don’t always want to bond with adults, not even their biological ones!)

For more parenting help, go to www.joycelinder.net. Or order Joyce’s new book,“Parental Guidance: a School Counselor’s Guide to Understanding and Raising Today’s Tweens and Teens”.

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Wish I Was Here

Zach Braff

Genre: Drama

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Release Date: July 18, 2014


From Zach Braff, the creator of Garden State, comes this touching and funny story about being a parent, spouse and child – all at once. Aidan Bloom (Braff), a husband and father of two, is set on pursuing his dream as an actor when his father (Mandy Patinkin) reveals he’s battling a serious illness. As the announcement disrupts Aidan’s day-to-day existence, his decision to homeschool his children will lead him on an unexpected journey of discovery about fulfillment and family. Co-starring Academy Award® nominee Kate Hudson, Josh Gad and Donald Faison, critics call Wish I Was Here, “Excellent! Wonderful!” (Scott Mantz, Access Hollywood)

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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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Don’t Wish. Do.

George Clooney’s acceptance speech upon receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at last night’s Golden Globe Awards had everyone talking this morning. The women I listened to were wishing more guys were like him, while the guys were mostly wishing he hadn’t set the bar so high, as they’ll never be able to reach it. It’s great when someone sets an example for the rest of us, but it also got me thinking about why we are always wishing and not just doing.

I decided to think about what I can do and not just freak out about the Clooney bar. This is what I came up with and want to share. How difficult is it to do this?

To my wife Lori:

I don’t tell you this often enough, but you mean the world to me. You’ve loved me in the good times and the not-so-good times. When I told you I couldn’t return to the the career I once had and was successful in, you supported me financially and emotionally. I know it wasn’t always easy for you, and the sacrifices you made by changing your lifestyle have made me love you more than you will ever know. I am committed to telling you how special you are to me with my words and my actions. My heart was once broken, and after I thought I had fixed it, you showed me how full it could be. Your smile and laugh brings warmth to my heart. I wouldn’t be the person I am without you, as together we have become stronger, both as a couple and individually. You agreed to move to New York when I had a chance to pursue my dream job. You left your family and friends to join me and put up with a place you didn’t want to be, for us. You are selfless with your love. You have given in more ways than I could imagine. As the years go by, our age is only a number, as your beauty has me mesmerized every morning when I awake and see you sleeping next to me. You fulfill me as a person. I love you.

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I don’t share this to compare myself to George Clooney, especially in the looks department. I share it because as I was talking with my friends about how wonderful his acceptance speech was, I was reminded that I don’t tell my wife things like this enough. I could have gone on with my day, and the news would have died down, and everything would have remained the same. But I didn’t. I was inspired and shown hope by George’s speech and the words to his wife, and even more so by the reaction that so many people had to them. That hope let me know that I could step out and share my feelings for someone I love. I could change the fact that I don’t tell her how much I love her nearly often enough. I could do something that lets her know how I really feel. I could stop wishing for something to change and just do it.

My question to you is: Did you feel moved and inspired by George’s acceptance speech? Are you still wishing you had what it takes to share such words with your loved one? Don’t wish. Do.
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Robin Williams Once Secretly Fulfilled A Dying Girl’s Wish

Since Robin Williams’ passing on Monday, there has been no shortage of inspiring stories to help mourners honor the late actor.

But one particularly poignant event in the beloved comedian’s life was kept a secret, until now.

Back in 2004, the “Good Will Hunting” star arranged through the Make-A-Wish Foundation to meet with Jessica Cole, a young Greensboro, North Carolina, girl who was dying from brain cancer at the time, WFMY News reported.

Her final wish was to meet Williams — her “hero” — whom she particularly loved because of his role in “Mrs. Doubtfire.”

But when Jessica became too sick to travel to California to meet the Academy Award winner, he wouldn’t backtrack on his promise. He chartered a private plane, and they spent an afternoon playing cards and watching football.

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“He acted like he had known her forever,” Mark Cole, Jessica’s father, told the news outlet. “He was a lot of fun to be with.”

Jessica passed away two months later.

Though this specific story is first making its rounds now, it was well-known that supporting sick kids was one of Williams’ passion points.

The comedian was a long-time advocate for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He often visited young patients and surprised others in the hallways, MS News Now reported.

To help the organization raise funds, he got involved in their holiday campaigns. Last year, he appeared in a fundraising video with a girl named Darcy who was battling an inoperable brain tumor.

“Today the world lost an iconic man and entertainer, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital lost an incredible friend and supporter,” the organization said in a statement on Monday. “His humor brought bright smiles and laughter to our patients and families and his generosity deeply touched the hearts of all who knew him.”

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Summer Movies Like 'Neighbors,' "Wish I Was Here' Focus On Transition From 20s To 30s

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Films about transitioning to adulthood have been a Hollywood staple for years. Some of today’s biggest stars got their start as 20-somethings in mostly carefree coming-of-age movies.

But what about the often more complicated progression from our 20s to 30s? There have generally been fewer of those treatments on the big screen — that is, until now. This summer, charming indies and raunchy comedies — including this weekend’s “Neighbors” — explore what could be one of life’s most challenging decades, but always with humor and also some surprising box office potential for studios.

While the 30s can be a satisfying time, full of firsts like marriage, buying a home and having children, the period can also bring tough crossroads both personally and professionally.

Yet films like “Neighbors” and the upcoming “Happy Christmas” and “Wish I Was Here” highlight the humor in common 30s plights while offering everyday relevancy to audiences in that age group.

In “Neighbors,” a couple (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) and their newborn baby buy their first house, but their life is disrupted when a fraternity (led by Zac Efron) moves in next door.

“Yes, there are ridiculous, outrageous jokes,” says Dave Karger, chief correspondent of movie ticket-seller Fandango. “But there’s also real poignancy there and very relatable characters in their 30s.”

In “Happy Christmas,” due in July, an irresponsible 20-something (Anna Kendrick) moves in with her 30-something brother (Joe Swanberg), who has a 2-year-old with his wife (Melanie Lynskey), a stay-at-home mom who starts writing a trashy novel to ease her boredom.

A decade after Zach Braff tackled tragedy as a 20-something in “Garden State,” he portrays love and loss in his 30s in July’s “Wish I Was Here,” which follows a struggling actor (Braff) who must homeschool his two kids after his father’s cancer worsens and he can no longer afford private school. Kate Hudson plays his wife, a woman who hates her job, but must stick it out to provide for her family.

“What that age group is going through, it’s not just a wacky high school night out or a college first love,” says Karger. “The particular themes, like an early mid-life crisis, are really interesting.”

Character-based films have never been an easy sell for studios or audiences, notes Karger. “The main audience that you think of at the theater is teen boys and 20-somethings.”

But the 25 to 39-year-old demographic actually makes up the largest amount of frequent moviegoers.

In 2013, they equaled 23 percent of those who go to the movies more than once a month, according to the 2013 Theatrical Market Statistics Report by the Motion Picture Association of America. This age group was also highest in both 2011 and 2012.

Other films targeted for the 25-39 demo this summer include “Blended,” starring Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler; “Begin Again,” with Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley; and “They Came Together,” featuring Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd.

Though they won’t tally as much as the superhero flicks, films targeting 30-somethings can be among the most profitable because they don’t cost as much to make.

Additionally, “the good ones have a long shelf life,” says Alex Ben Block, senior film editor of The Hollywood Reporter. “With classic movies of the genre like ‘When Harry Met Sally.,’ ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ or ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary,’ you got a pretty good run in the theater and then in home video, DVD or digital.”

But initially, they’re often hard to market. It’s key, says Block, for studios to do a lot of screenings to ignite buzz — and hope for rave reviews, because people in this group still read reviews and are affected by them.

The stars’ likability and familiarity also matter, adds Block. “This audience is sophisticated. They aren’t going to the movies just to go.”

If “Neighbors” dominates on its opening weekend as expected (projections have it making nearly $ 50 million), could the studios’ view of these types of films change?

“Three years ago ‘Bridesmaids’ was a smash and now this summer there are all of these hard R-rated comedies,” says Karger. “It takes about two or three years to see the effect of a game-changing movie. If ‘Neighbors’ becomes this smash, then I think there will be more of an appetite at the studios for films of this type.”

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