Not doubting your issues you've listed. What I do not understand is why you choose to continue to live there? Yes, you can maintain you're not going to be driven out, you'll stand your ground etc - and that becomes about expecting them to change. They have clearly and consistently demonstrated they will not change, so what benefit is it to you to stay? Feeling you are in the right (and you may well be) surely is not enough of a benefit to live with this? Expecting them to change, is futile. And we all know the definition of madness phrase - keeping on doing the same thing (standing up to them) and expecting different results....imagine the freedom if you moved to a new neighbourhood!?
😂🤣 where to start with this.....I am sorry to read he feels uncomfortable. I didn't know we were responsible for his emotional wellbeing, and had to change to accommodate his personal desires.
Wow! Just wow. The most beautiful man or woman becomes very ugly when we discover their inner workings are the opposite of beautiful. Also, when we love someone truly and deeply, which I would imagine you would your children, they do become genuinely beautiful to you. We see such beauty in their features. There are also so many expressions of physical beauty, because it really is in the eyes of the beholder.
What these children, now women have been through is horrendous. They have been abused on all adult fronts: mother, father and then this vile, sick, entitled teacher. With their community also letting them down.
Not that I want my eyes to ever see this - why doesn't Kanye declare 2024 is the year of baring his body the way Bianca is? A Mankini would be a comparative start! 🙄
2004 North & South as John Thornton - he was tremendous, smouldering. The train station scene in the finale was epic!
There are always two sides, and sometimes those two sides will see the other as the protagonist, so it comes down to the individuals doing what is right for them. I have consulted a clinical psychologist about my adult niece. Who according to the psychologist demonstrates narcissistic behaviours.
But she cannot and will not let go. And nor will he.
I loved this whole series. In the second half, it was really lovely to get a glimpse of the closeness of Margaret and the Queen. Even knowing it was a fictional dramatisation, I still found it moving. As I did the ending. I think it was a fabulous 'last hurrah' and look forward to if/when they decide to pick it up again and cover other pivotal times in their lives.
I found this such a appalling comment made by his attorney. Talk about try and flip the narrative that he is in fact not guilty:
I've read the two recent advice columns you've written, and want to commend you on approaching it in such an emotionally intelligent manner. You offer empathy and clarity of your point of view with sound reasoning. I look forward to your next advice column - more for your perspective than the problem. Really enjoying these, thank you! 😍
I wouldn't put Angelina Jolie or her previous relationship in the same category as Amber Heard. AJ comes across as someone who dances to the beat of her own drum and has been of measurable service to those in need at an international level. I have huge respect personally for her. Brad - never appealed to me.
What is important though is that these mistakes don’t define you as a person. Not if you admit them, apologise and work on the underlying issue behind them.
Thank you for providing an insight into your lives. I love how you, Dane and your family are committed to living life robustly and fully, exploring and enjoying all that interests you! You shatter paradigms! 💖
30 years ago, I had discussed with my now ex husband what sort of ring I wanted in response to his questions. Gold band and solitaire (round) diamond - I wasn't fussed about size of diamond at all.
I know this post references a younger woman. I am in my 50's. I was told I have 'lumpy' aka dense breasts. I wish that my past GPs had recommended an Ultrasound as a best practice for women with dense breasts.
I think it is good to understand the picture of this young man, for the reason that it reinforces that murderers come from all backgrounds. And if anything it might awaken readers to appreciating that even well educated, 'success stories' who appear to be living a life that gets lots of green ticks from society, can also commit the most heinous and shocking of crimes, taking another's life. Tragic for Lilie and her loved ones! Tragic for those that loved Paul, that they now have to live with the fact he chose to end Lilie's life.
Speaking to Vanity Fair to celebrate the milestone anniversary, Practical Magic director Griffin Dunne explained that, during filming and the time surrounding the movie’s release, she didn’t want to speak about the hex that was placed on production.
"At the time I would sort of deny it. I didn’t want the vibe," she said.
Really enjoyed this series. Gave me greater appreciation for both of them. His commitment to his football career, their huge love for each other, and also how supportive Victoria has been of his career. They both come across as likeable and real, which I’m aware is contrary to their public perception.
Appreciate you only know the generation you're in now, first hand. I would suggest each generation has their own challenges that can impede the fun we're hardwired to seek when we're in our early-mid 20's.