The Strength card suggests that you should try to be flexible and receptive. Listen to your instincts and believe there is light at the end of the tunnel and you will be able to persevere, take action or get over it. Be honest with yourself and open to suggestion. Trust in your own ability to demonstrate patience and hang in there; courage, determination and action -- not words -- can help you more effectively influence and deal with the demands of daily life.
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Joey Fatone and PinkCelebrities are a fickle bunch, especially when it comes to their personal lives. In fact, many of them have past relationships that few of us even know about. Take Pink, for example. Today, the rocker-who's on the cover of Glamour's June issue told the magazine about a shocking celebrity ex, none other than boy band veteran Joey Fatone.
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This got us thinking about some other stars who've dated fellow famous folks in the past, most of whom we've totally forgotten about as couples. Read on for the most surprising celebrity relationships!
1. Pink and Joey Fatone: In the June 2013 issue of Glamour, Pink opened up about some of her past loves-and this one was a shocker. "Joey Fatone was in love with me," she said, referring to the 'N Sync star. "He took me to Friendly's on a date and he bought me an ice cream. Such a sweetheart. He asked my dad's permission!" Between her pink hair and his
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The latest in the seemingly never-ending pool of celebrity sex tapes involves Farrah Abraham, one of MTV's "Teen Mom" stars who hired porn star star James Deen to shoot a "home video" with her. We all scoffed at her shameless ways-but today it was confirmed that she sold the video for $1.5 million.
Of course, a huge sum of money doesn't make an act like this okay, but celebrity sex tapes have been big business for years. While many only seem to remember recent examples like Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton, there actually have been a number other (and not so famous) stars who have had their intimate business released for the world to see. And, in some cases, they've even released the tapes themselves, like Abraham.
For a look back at the most shocking celebrity sex tape scandals, click through the slideshow above-and let us know: Who surprised you the most?
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- Lylah M. Alphonse, Senior Editor, Yahoo! Shine | Love + Sex – Tue, Apr 30, 2013 3:32 PM EDT
American Express survey of 1,518 people, guests will spend an average of $539 per wedding this year—and that's just to attend the event, not to be a member of the wedding party. The wallet-busting figure is up $200 from 2012, when guests reported shelling out an average of $329 on clothes, hotel rooms, and gifts.According to an
The real cost is probably even higher given the estimates for some of the costs. The credit card company says that guests will budget just $57 for new clothes, $27 for a babysitter or pet sitter, and $95 for a hotel room—all of which seems astoundingly low, even for a local event. Members of the bridal party can count on spending a little bit more, thanks to slightly higher clothing costs: about $577 per wedding, according to American Express.
Wedding-industry experts say that's definitely on the cheap side. With destination weddings, bridalRead More »from The Cost of Attending a Wedding is Now $539. That's Not OK.
- Sarah B. Weir, Yahoo! blogger | Love + Sex – Tue, Apr 30, 2013 3:03 PM EDT
From the very beginning, the tabloids dubbed Amanda Knox (who was twenty at the time of her arrest) "Foxy Knoxy." Last year, lad mag Maxim, even awarded her the dubious honor of being on their "Hot List" of the world's sexiest women. Her new book, Waiting to Be Heard, which includes a frank discussion of the fact that she had casual sexual encounters as an exchange student in Italy (as well as smoked pot), has once again tweaked the libidos of the press who are treating it less as a tale of destroyed youth and entrapment in a terrifying web of judicial incompetence and more as the next installment of "50 Shades of Gray."
Knox was arrested in 2007 (along with her Italian boyfriend) for the sexual assault and murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher, in Perugia, Italy. Prosecutors portrayed the incident as a botched Satanic sex ritual. She was convicted in 2009, and her sentence was overturned in 2011—only to be reversed in late March this year. Her own account of the events wasRead More »from Amanda Knox's Memoir Is Not The Next "50 Shades of Grey": Sleazy Coverage Masks Real Story, Again
Spending quality time with your bridesmaids is often one of the happier parts of wedding planning, but it's normal to have the occasional disagreement with your ladies, especially when tensions are running high. That being said, there are instances when a 'maid, or maid-of-honor seriously shirks on her responsibilities, and when this happens, can you ask her to resign from her duties?
While it's within your rights to "fire" her, this will likely end your friendship. Instead, try talking to her first. You may end up cutting her some slack. She might be so overwhelmed with work or life issues that her wedding duties are taking a back seat. Another option is to let her step down of her own accord. You could say, "I don't want to force you to do anything that makes you unhappy, so please let me know if you're not up for this. I won't hold it against you."Read More »from Can You Fire a Bridesmaid?
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Sarah Dill and her boyfriend Ben.Online dating comes in many forms. But who knew a Web site as salacious as Chatroulette could render a real relationship? Sarah Dill, a senior at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology, shares her sweet story of how her now boyfriend went from Internet stranger to man of her dreams. As told to Dara Adeeyo.Read More »from I Met My Boyfriend on Chatroulette
By Sarah Dill
It started on February 19, 2012 when I was hanging out in my friend's dorm room. It was late and her other friend popped open her laptop and suggested we go on Chatroulette just for fun. I had never been on the site, but always thought it was a place where most people only had the intentions of flashing their goods. (Chatroulette is a place where you can interact with random strangers around the globe via Webcam.)
We got started and crossed paths with some pretty, um, interesting people: A super drunk dude with a British accent, and so, so, sooo many weird men dancing (what's up with that?!). Several sudden clicks later, we came to a guy with a guitar named Ben.
- Cosmopolitan.com | Love + Sex – Tue, Apr 30, 2013 2:35 PM EDT
The Chandler effect.Sorry, Chandler. Today in studies we completely disagree with, UK social researchers have discovered that while funny guys are often the first to get laid, they're the last to be chosen to, say, meet her mom or pick out shower curtains with her at Crate and Barrel. That is to say: Ladies don't want to get serious with dudes who are funny, according to Metro UK. Boo.Read More »from Study: Women Are into Funny Dudes for One-Night Stands, but Not Relationships
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The study filmed 40 psychology students - half men and half women - answering a basic hypothetical question. Nineteen students whose answers contained humor were termed "actors," and their videos were played for the following students, who were asked to rank them in terms of suitability for a short-term relationship (as short as a one-night stand, in fact) or a long-termone. Based on the answers, the researchers determined that male wit "nurtures an impression of not being serious or willing to invest in a mate."
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- Babble.com | Love + Sex – Tue, Apr 30, 2013 1:50 PM EDT
wordsBelow is a photo of my teenage daughter with a teenage boy. They've known each other for years, go to the same school, been in the same musicals, and belong to the same a cappella group. Last month, during that choir's trip to Italy, the two of them decided to make things a bit more official. But what were the words used for this teenage romance?
"Did he ask you out?" I asked my daughter. "No," she replied. "It's not 'going out.'"
"But are you going steady?" I tried again. "Nobody says that, no," she answered.
"Is he your boyfriend?" I finally asked. "Are you married, engaged, living together, is he your baby daddy, just, what?!"
It seems the language of love has become a more complicated playing field than the one of my childhood, which included first base through home run in an easy to understand matrix of escalating making out.
Recently I conducted an exhaustive survey of teen love parlance, which means I texted my daughter and son a few times. This is what IRead More »from From "Talking" to "Hooking Up": 6 Phrases that Describe Teenage Relationships — Decoded
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