When you’re down and out and unable to go on, sometimes you need to borrow the courage to move forward. Once you do, a time may come when someone else needs it — and you can pay it forward.
Jess and her husband broke up, made up, broke up, and now they’re together again. Will it last? Jess realizes that’s not the most important question when it comes to love.
Ever since I started reading Us Weekly (and I honor its title by religiously reading it weekly), I’ve been under the impression that there had to be some sort of conspiracy theory to explain why nearly every single Hollywood couple divorces.
When marriages break up, what do we take with us and what do we leave behind? Is it too little? Is it ever enough? Michael Lebowitz offers up his moving day list.
On Father’s Day, a woman contemplates the fathers she has known and never known, and how she came to the conclusion that men leave.
On a Mother’s Day, a man in the grip of addiction, encounters a Reiki healer, a healing tree, and the grief he thought he had detoured around when he lost his Mom 13 years earlier.
I have had a great love in my life. A 14-year marriage that ended with a great crash in March of last year. Understanding the how’s and why’s a marriage end is largely irrelevant to the bystander. However a marriage ends, the saddest part is the loss of that connection. The loss of that love in the universe.