There was a virtual collective gasp on the internet when Jay-Z dropped his 2016 album 4:44, in which he seemed to admit he cheated on America’s Sweetheart and his wife: Beyoncé.
A new report cites popular video game ‘Fortnite’ as a cause for 200 divorces in the United Kingdom since January 2018, or in other words, 5 percent of the 4,665 petitions handled by Divorce-Online, an online divorce service.
Imagine getting a home DNA test kit, just for fun — only to find out that your father wasn’t your biological father at all. That’s precisely what happened to Colorado resident Kasi Mireles Taylor.
Finding “the one” can be hard enough, but as a single parent, the search seems even more difficult. Whether you’ve been raising your child or children on your own since the beginning, you’ve been widowed, or you went through a nasty public divorce, jumping back into the dating scene might seem intimidating.
Anyone who’s used a dating app or website knows how hard it can be to make meaningful connections there. It’icult enough to create a profile that accurately summarizes who you are and what you want in a partner; it’s eve’ier to sort through matches and separate the ones who want romance from those who just want a casual fling.
Dating can be difficult, and there’s no guarantee things will work out when you’re first starting a relationship. Many people tend to overanalyze every little interaction and exchange, searching for a clue as to how things are going:
Ever wish it was easier to meet someone new at your favorite bar or coffee shop? Tinder’s new “Places” feature wants to help you out.
It’s common – almost cliché – to hear stories about parents not liking their adult child’s partner. But just as often, adult children of divorced or widowed parents aren’t too keen on Mom or Dad’s new love interest, either.
Breaking the news of your separation or divorce to your parents, children, friends, and relatives can be awkward and painful. You may not even want to tell people at first in case there’s a chance you’ll get back together.
In the days before smartphones, dating apps, and constant internet connectivity, teenage couples would meet each other at school or through their friends, and communicate with each other primarily through phone calls (and maybe a few secret notes passed in class).
Money is one of the biggest stressors for married couples, especially if one or both partners have bad spending habits and a lot of credit card debt.
College graduation season has come and gone, and another batch of newly-minted degree holders is now taking their first steps into the “real world.” For some grads, that means moving back in with their parents while they look for a full-time job and save up to afford their own place.