Can Taking A Break Ever Work In Long-Term Relationships?


  By: Debby Gullery/ YourTango.com Like most things, it’s complicated. All long-term relationships and marriages have their challenges. People change. Circumstances change. Someone loses a job or gets sick, or the need for a big move comes up. Change is inevitable, and every change brings with it opportunities for growth along with challenges to face.Continue reading “Can Taking A Break Ever Work In Long-Term Relationships?”

Loneliness Is Fatal. Video Games Can Keep Men Alive


Guys say their gaming friendships are as “real” as any IRL bonds. By: Sean O’Neal /Mens Health MEN ARE LONELY, or so we’ve heard. Not from our friends—that would require actually sharing our feelings, which we’re not great at—but from an endless cascade of think pieces and scientific studies sounding the alarm on the growing crisis of male loneliness.Continue reading “Loneliness Is Fatal. Video Games Can Keep Men Alive”

Palestine: Documentary “The New Women of Gaza”


As the crippling blockade of Gaza by Israel and Egypt continues, poverty levels continue to rise in the territory, a narrow strip of land along the eastern Mediterranean coast. Gaza is home to more than 1.5 million Palestinians, half of them under the age of 15. Unemployment stands at 52 percent, according to the World Bank. Gazans face poor water and sanitation conditionsContinue reading “Palestine: Documentary “The New Women of Gaza””

Australia: 150 times a Bridesmaid


A professional bridesmaid who has walked the aisle more than 150 times has lifted the lid on her unique career – and how many dresses are stacked in her closet. Kerstyn Walsh charges up to $8,000 to stand by the bride on her big day. The 29-year-old said she was perfect for those who don’tContinue reading “Australia: 150 times a Bridesmaid”

Madonna 2 hours late in Las Vegas…Fan (Fans) sue


    “There’s something that you all need to understand,” Madonna said during her Las Vegas concert, while perched atop a piano, legs swinging. “And that is, that a queen is never late.” The mega star spoke those words to fans during the show this week, posting the video to Twitter on Saturday. And despiteContinue reading “Madonna 2 hours late in Las Vegas…Fan (Fans) sue”

Trapped: Fast Love and Good Intentions


It was real love,true love, you didn’t know each other long, but it made sense to move in together. After a few weeks, some realities being to settle in. Undiscussed realities begin to surface. Your love spent their very last dime to be with you. While you’ve talked of colors, dreams and positions. No oneContinue reading “Trapped: Fast Love and Good Intentions”

Is the movie you want to see sold out tonight? Try these two Theaters in Sacramento


Its Friday night, and the “Block Buster seems to be sold out at every theater in town.  So you choose another movie. Not so fast! There are two theaters in town that few people know about and one is completely invisible A few years ago the Century @ Downtown Plaza was closed and renovated.  ItContinue reading “Is the movie you want to see sold out tonight? Try these two Theaters in Sacramento”

Thank you Pete Wilson and a Warning to The Republican Party


Between 1952 and 1988  Republicans won the state in nearly every presidential election in California.   The majority of the population were Republicans.  In 1994, the state had over a million illegal immigrants.  A Republican authored a Proposition that would prevent illegal immigrants from receiving services, including education in the state. After Propersition 187,Save our State (SOS) Continue reading “Thank you Pete Wilson and a Warning to The Republican Party”

Immigration Cloaked in Racism California’s 1994’s Proposition 187 (Story and Podcast)


  On Nov. 2, 1994, over 10,000 teenagers across California walked out to protest proposition 187. The initiative sought to punish undocumented immigrants by denying them certain services, including access to public healthcare and education. Proposition 187 split the psyche of the state like few things before or since. Californians, confronted with a more diverseContinue reading “Immigration Cloaked in Racism California’s 1994’s Proposition 187 (Story and Podcast)”

Why Denmark’s politicians are posting their school photos on social media


PM Mette Frederiksen posted her school photo on Instagram. Photo: Aris Oikonomou/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix   School photos have been the subject of public debate in Denmark this week after a report featuring parents who have their children’s images digitally enhanced. Broadcaster DR earlier this week reported on the trend of parents requesting an idealized outcome ofContinue reading “Why Denmark’s politicians are posting their school photos on social media”