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    LOVE Island's Indiyah Polack has a very famous fan, but her support has come a little too late. The London waitress came third in the ITV2 dating contest alongside her partner Dami Hope on Monday's finale. 4Love Island's Indiyah Polack has found a new famous fanCredit: Rex They might have ranked higher if their celebrity fan had spoken up a bit sooner. It turns out Good As Hell singer, Lizzo, was mad for Indiyah, 23. The singer, 34, tweeted her support for Indiyah earlier this morning, but the finale had already aired. Lizzo had been recommended Love Island to watch as she tried to get to sleep, but like most of us, got hooked instantly. She tweeted: "Y’all I put on #LoveIsland to fall asleep and now I’m hooked… Indiyah the baddest in the villa no kizzy." Indiyah's fans loved the shoutout from the Grammy award winning artist and encouraged Lizzo to follow Indiyah on all of her social media platforms. Read More Love IslandLOVE-LY TIME Love Island fans convinced Ekin-Su and Davide had ‘secret sex’ before final Speaking about before...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: Lately, everything has been feeling like too much. I’m a perfectionist, so I’m used to trying to be the best at everything — the best grades, friends, family, etc. My friends keep inviting me to have fun, and I feel a compelling need to say yes even though I’m exhausted, because I just want to keep up this perfect facade. Even though it’s summer, I’ve gotten a jump start on studying for my AP courses for next year. I feel like I’m going to burn out, but I also feel like the world may collapse if I’m not perfect at everything. I need to learn to let myself take a break, but I don’t know how to. What should I do? Perfectionist Drama DEAR PERFECTIONIST DRAMA: You are a perfect candidate for therapy. I strongly recommend that you seek out a therapist who can help you walk through your behaviors, emotions and sense of urgency and help you choose to make decisions that can positively impact your future. Perfectionism is a way of living for some people, but...
    KHLOE Kardashian follows a "militant" parenting style with four-year-old daughter True Thompson, an expert has revealed. But the mom-of-one has her own worries about the impact of being so strict - so does she have reason to? 4Khloe Kardashian follows 'militant parenting' with daughter TrueCredit: TikTok/@khloekardashian 4Parenting expert Kirsty Ketley has revealed what that meansCredit: Sian T Photo Mom-of-two and parenting expert Kirsty Ketley previously told The Sun US how Kim's 'koala parenting' style was to blame for her kids' 'obnoxious behaviour'. Meanwhile, she also revealed how sister Kylie Jenner's ‘self-discipline’ parenting lets Stormi pick her bedtime and if it is as bad as it sounds. And she explained how Kourtney Kardashian’s ‘attachment parenting’ style caused issues in her relationship with Scott Disick. Now she's done a deep dive into Khloe's method, and shares her thoughts exclusively with The US Sun... Read more KardashiansNOT QUITE RIGHT I’m plus-sized & spent $390 on SKIMS - almost broke a THUMB trying them onSQUEEZE BUY I tried Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS – it looked like it was for a PREEMIE baby Khloe Kardashian, 38, is the baby...
    A WOMAN whose 28H boobs gave her migraines felt frustrated when doctors wouldn’t help. Janel Nelson, 20, from Alberta, Canada, claims one medic even told her to reconsider a breast reduction for the sake of her future husband. 5Janel Nelson, 20, claims she was refused breast reduction surgery 10 times, with one doctor even warning her to think of her "future husband"Credit: Jam Press 5The 20-year-old suffered migraines and tingly fingers due to the pressure of her bra strapsCredit: Jam Press But when Janel did meet the love of her life, husband Chandler Nelson, he encouraged her to keep trying to get surgery. Janel had put up with headaches and constant sweating since the age of 16, and even had numb fingers due to the weight of her breasts.  She said: “My shoulders and neck were always extremely sore from the pressure of my bra straps. "My entire posture revolved around slouching to get some relief. Read more real life storiesHATE AWAY I’ve splashed £50k to get my dream body, it costs £1k a month but it’s worth itDATING DISASTER...
    PARENTING can be the most beautiful job in the world for many, but not all folks feel that way. In fact, one stressed mother admitted that she absolutely hates raising her child – and it turns out she's not alone. 3Being a parent isn't everything it's cracked up to be, according to one momCredit: Getty 3In fact, she even said she sometimes regrets having a kidCredit: Getty In an anonymous post to Reddit, the venting mother said she loves her kid "so much it hurts," but absolutely loathes the responsibilities and consequences of being a mother. "I hate everything about [being a parent]," she wrote. "The constant need, no rest, no time off, 24/7 unpaid labor on top of full eight [to] nine hours of paid labor. "There is no freedom, only responsibility and worrying about everything. "Not to mention the lack of finances that come with it." She went on to explain that her child was planned, but deep down, she never really wanted a kid. Most read in LifestyleROYAL HEAL Desperate Queen hopes Lilibet could help...
    HAVING A favourite family member is something that many of us would hate to admit. But one woman has taken to kidspot.com.au to reveal that she has a favourite niece and nephew and isn’t sure how to feel about it. 3A woman has revealed that she has a favourite niece and nephew and doesn't know how to feel about itCredit: Getty The woman revealed that she is an aunt to seven nieces and nephews and in her heart, it’s clear that she has favourites. She explained: “Don't worry, I don't make any child feel less loved. Even though they are (joking!). “I am super close to my siblings so it makes sense that I adore adore adore their kids.  “We all love each other's kids; have helped raise them, discipline them, spoil them, and feed them. “But all nieces and nephews are not made equal.  “I have an extra special relationship with one nephew and one niece - and you might be able to see why when I explain further down. Most read in LifestyleFISH OUT OF WATER Harry 'clearly...
    (CNN)As Shirley Oldale tucked her 3-year-old son into bed, he said, "I am sad because I wanted to play, and I don't want to go to bed."Oldale, a mother in West Yorkshire, United Kingdom, has been teaching her child how to express his emotions since he was 30 months old. "I feel so proud when I hear him express his emotions as I know I was not encouraged to express emotions associated with challenge or so-called difficult emotions such as anger," she said.To teach her son about emotions, she reads flip books with pictures of facial expressions that show how children feel and why they might feel that way. With Omicron, parents of kids under 5 are even more stressedThat ability Oldale is teaching her son is called emotional literacy, and it's something many parents and caregivers are taking a proactive role in teaching their children.Read MoreEmotions drive many aspects of the human experience like the quality of relationships with friends and family, said Marc Brackett, director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and professor at the Yale...
    What would you take? Imagine the moment – hearing the sound of sirens, the crump of weapons, the crash of bombs – when you know you must flee from your beloved home to any place of safety. You grab a bag or two – you can't carry much – your children are crying, your heart cold with terror. Do you take your little one's beloved teddy bear? Will you stuff that treasured framed photo of your late parents into the rucksack, as you hold back your tears for the sake of the kids? Ukrainian civilians who came to Poland due to Russia's attacks on Ukraine, are seen at the train station in the city of Medyka Armed Military Police talk to gendarmes as they watch refugees that fled the conflict from neighbouring Ukraine at the Romanian-Ukrainian border, in Siret, Romania Of course somebody must carry your cat, your dog, because they are family too. The nightmare of the Ukrainian people is all too real and in this, the 21st century, we have a ringside seat at a humanitarian catastrophe. Through...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s called the most wonderful time of the year. But for many who are grieving the loss of a loved one, the holidays can be hard. However, there are ways to cope with grief during the holidays. READ MORE: Florida Lottery Launching New Draw Game 'CASH POP' In 2022“You can’t exactly know what to expect. Just know you might feel differently moment to moment or day to day and that’s completely normal,” said Jody Baumstein, a therapist with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Strong4Life. Baumstein says grief is different for everyone, so allow yourself and your family to feel any emotion, whether it’s sadness or even happiness. “Allowing yourself to laugh and experience joy is actually going to make you feel more connected and more hopeful,” said Baumstein. Baumstein says you have control over your choices. If you don’t want to go to that holiday get together or keep up with old traditions, don’t. READ MORE: Long Lines Form Again For COVID-19 Testing, Tropical Park Site Out Of Regeneron“You don’t have to do anything that causes you more...
    Jazz Jennings loves her body just as it is — and though she is trying to lose weight after putting on 100 lbs. in the past couple of years, she is doing so for her health, not the way she looks. The transgender 21-year-old reality star revealed the results of her weight gain this summer, admitting that it was due to a binge eating disorder. She tackles her size and body image in this season of her reality show, I Am Jazz, and confidently proclaimed in a recent episode she feels beautiful no matter her size.  'I honestly feel beautiful at every shape and size. Like I love my body the way it is,' she said to applause at a LGBTQ mixer while answering a question about body positivity. 'But I will say, I am trying to lose weight for health reasons. I have to feel good too, and I don't feel good with some of the foods that I have been eating. So I have been working on this eight loss so I could be healthier and just more me.' Jazz...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: A good friend of mine is depressed, and honestly she’s becoming a bit of a drag. Harriette Cole  Am I a bad friend for wanting distance from her? She’s just not the same person she once was. I tell her all the time that I want to help pull her out of this state, but I realize that’s something I may not be able to do. Depressed Friend DEAR DEPRESSED FRIEND: One sad reality for many people who have a depressed friend in their midst is that they can feel the burden of the depression, especially if the one who is suffering is not getting professional help. No matter how well-meaning you may be, when you do not have the professional capability to navigate your friend’s mental health challenges, the relationship can become stressful, taxing and impossible to manage. For starters, approach your friend with empathy. She is in crisis and is reaching out to her loved ones for help. Understand that this is her reality. Yours is that you do not have the tools to help her...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am neighbors with this boy who is the same age as me. When we were little, we would ride our bikes around town, make lemonade stands, play soccer in the yard, and do what little kids would do. Harriette Cole  The issue is that we aren’t little kids anymore. My mom keeps pushing our friendship, but we are two different people in two different places in life. I don’t think our priorities and morals are the same. I feel obligated to be friends because of my mom and because he doesn’t have many friends, but I don’t think it’s fair to me. I’m busy with my own life, and I’m not sure if I’m being selfish by neglecting him. What do you think? What should I do? Boy Next Door DEAR BOY NEXT DOOR: Kindness goes a long way. While you do not need to be close friends with this boy, it would be nice of you to maintain a rapport with him. Without disrupting your burgeoning social life, consider carving out time intermittently to check...
    Simone Biles won her fifth world all-around title at the 2019 World Gymnastics Championships. AP Photo/Matthias Schrader Simone Biles recently shared that she goes to therapy, despite initially resisting it. The gymnast said she went through an emotional rollercoaster when her training was paused due to the pandemic. She said she didn't talk in her first session but she now looks forward to her sessions. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When her training was paused due to the pandemic last March, Simone Biles went through "all the emotions." "Angry, sad, upset, happy, annoyed," she told Glamour for a recent cover story. "I got to go through all of it by myself, without anybody telling me what to feel." At first, the 24-year-old Olympic gymnast filled her newfound free time with self-care. She took lots of bubble baths, spent time with her boyfriend, and attempted to do her own hair, nails, and makeup. But eventually, Biles decided to seek professional help. Even though she felt depressed and at one point considered dropping out of the Tokyo Olympics,...
    John Gress/Getty Images Many people halted their sex lives during the pandemic, doing it after a dry spell can be daunting. Sex therapists and personal trainers gave Insider simple mind and body exercises to boost comfort and confidence in bed. Experts recommend core workouts and good communication to reconnect with your sexy side. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If you're one of many singles preparing for a hot vax summer after over a year of little to no sexual contact, you may feel anxiety about getting back out there. Whether you're worried you don't know how to communicate with a casual hookup, or you're concerned your body has lost its ability to contort into your favorite go-to sex position, these mental and physical strategies can help you ease back into an active and fulfilling sex life.For better sex through exercise, work on a strong core, flexibility, and staminaIf you want to translate your gym gains into the bed room, key areas to focus on include your hips, glutes, and abs, according to Michael Bultman, a personal...
    It has been seven months since Marimar, a transgender woman, was infected with the coronavirus, but the disease and the pandemic still affect her physically and financially. Behind on rent by five months and her body weakened by illness, the 57-year-old Los Angeles County resident doesn’t know where to turn for assistance. “The help I have had has come from my transgender friends, but from the government I don’t know where to ask, since there is no specific help for my community,” said Marimar, who came by herself from Veracruz, Mexico, to the United States in 1993 in search of work. “I feel abandoned,” she continued, “but my instinct tells me that I am not the only one who feels that way. The LGBTQ community, especially Latinos and immigrants, is suffering even more with this pandemic economically, but many do not say it out of shame.” Marimar’s impressions are backed up by national figures in a recent report by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation in conjunction with PBS Insights. The report, released in September, shows that Latino LGBTQ...
    JON Gosselin was hospitalized for Covid-10 and is now struggling with oxygen as he fights battle at home. The reality star said the "brush with death" made him rethink his relationship with his eight children. 1Jon revealed he tested positive for Covid-19Credit: Dr. Oz The 43-year-old revealed he had tested positive for Covid-19 when he appeared on The Dr. Oz Show on Wednesday. Jon's stepdaughter Jordan took him to the hospital when he had a fever of 104.8. Once at the hospital, he was placed in a wheelchair and waited in the ER. He recalled: "It was packed like the hospital was full and then they put me on a gurney and put me in the hallway in the waiting room, so I could get a temporary room, and then once they evaluated me and once they drew my blood and did all my blood work, all of a sudden I'm getting antibiotics, steroids, and a plasma antibody transfusion for COVID. "It happened really fast. "Then they moved me, pardon me, up to another room, a more permanent room, and...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Kemba Walker is pretty bummed that he won’t be starting the 2020-21 season with the rest of his Celtics teammates. The point guard will sit out the opening weeks of the new campaign in the hopes that his balky left knee will get better with more rest. Walker, as always, was his upbeat and jovial self when talking about his health situation with Boston reporters on Wednesday. But his disappointment was evident as he spoke about his near future. “This sucks,” Walker said bluntly during his Zoom session with reporters. “But I also love the game of basketball and I want to play at a high level for the fans who watch this game. I want to be at my best. Last season in the playoffs, I wasn’t at my best and it sucked. I don’t want to be that way no more.” Walker spent the offseason trying to figure out the best way to treat his bothersome knee, and after getting additional opinions from two other doctors, all parties involved decided that stem cell injections into...
    This stretch screamed for points. Basically begged for it. The Jets were down just 10 points and twice the defense created a turnover, twice gave the offense the ball back early in the third quarter. The first time, Sam Darnold and Co. managed just a single yard. Just one. The next time, they lost 8 yards on second down and failed to convert a fourth-and-1 from the Miami 17-yard line. At that point, the game was over. The Jets wouldn’t threaten again, falling to 0-11 after this one-sided 20-3 loss to the Dolphins at empty MetLife Stadium. “That’s just not playing complementary football,” offensive guard Greg Van Roten said over Zoom. “I think our defense played really well today. They gave us a lot of short fields. They put us in position to be successful and to help them out. You can’t get a turnover and go three-and-out, or get stuffed on fourth-and-1, and expect to win a game.Quinnen Williams sacks Ryan Fitzpatrick during today’s loss.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post“I feel bad for our defense, personally. Seeing them in the...
    This stretch screamed for points. Basically begged for it. The Jets were down just 10 points and twice the defense created a turnover, twice gave the offense the ball back early in the third quarter. The first time, Sam Darnold and Co. managed just a single yard. Just one. The next time, they lost 8 yards on second down and failed to convert a fourth-and-1 from the Miami 17-yard line. At that point, the game was over. The Jets wouldn’t threaten again, falling to 0-11 after this one-sided 20-3 loss to the Dolphins at empty MetLife Stadium. “That’s just not playing complementary football,” offensive guard Greg Van Roten said over Zoom. “I think our defense played really well today. They gave us a lot of short fields. They put us in position to be successful and to help them out. You can’t get a turnover and go three-and-out, or get stuffed on fourth-and-1, and expect to win a game. Quinnen Williams sacks Ryan Fitzpatrick during today’s loss.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post “I feel bad for our defense, personally. Seeing them in...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is following through on his commitment to help former NBA guard Delonte West, and following up with the world on West’s recovery from drug addiction. On Tuesday, Cuban shared pictures of West at a Florida recovery center. In the pics, he’s playing frisbee with other people at the facility and kayaking. “Because we all want something to feel great about today, here is your Delonte West update. It’s still an uphill battle, but he is climbing,” tweeted Cuban. Because we all want something to feel great about today, here is your Delonte West update. Its still an uphill battle, but he is climbing ! pic.twitter.com/qLDVJDrSOQ — Mark Cuban (@mcuban) November 3, 2020 Up until eight years ago, West was at the top of his game. But after a couple videos showing a haggard, homeless West appearing under the influence went viral this year, it was time for a timeout. Cuban intervened, picking West up at a gas station earlier this year, and offered to pay for his treatment at a drug rehab...
    When restaurants were ordered to close to in-house customers last March, some never reopened. Wendell's, a breakfast eatery at 3838 Tennyson Street, was one of them. But rather than completely scrapping the diner, co-founder Kade Gianinetti sold it to new owners, who reopened Wendell's the last week of September. "We first looked at it on May 28, and we loved everything about it," says Casey Keller, who purchased Wendell's with her husband, Roy Benoit. They closed the deal in mid-August and have been working ever since to train new staff, plan the menu and relaunch during the pandemic. We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Keller says she and Benoit have 35 years in the restaurant industry between the two of them — as servers, bartenders, managers and cooks — but this is their first leap into ownership. "Wendell's had a...
    United Nations Attacks Fast Facts Ozuna hits 3 HRs in Braves 10-3 rout of Red Sox Selena Gomez Says Her Mental Health Once Seemed Hopeless but Shes Stronger After Seeking Help Over the last few years, Selena Gomez has been increasingly candid about her own mental health journey. © Provided by People Rare Beauty Selena Gomez But though she may make honesty look easy, the Rare Beauty founder, 28, acknowledges it's been difficult at times to share her toughest moments with the world. "[Being open] isn't an easy thing to ask of someone. I've had to go away a few times for stuff I didn't know [I was struggling with] and was confused by," the singer — whose highly anticipated beauty line drops Thursday — tells PEOPLE exclusively. "And then this stigma came: What would people think? But when I thought about it, my first answer was, 'I don't care, this is my truth.' I'm not a stigma. I'm a person that walks their life." © Rare Beauty Selena Gomez By being vocal about her ups and downs, Gomez...
    Joyce Carol Oates in 2018. Walter McBride/Getty Images Joyce Carol Oates tweeted a cringe-worthy photo of her foot rash on Saturday. People who probably wouldn't want to see Oates's blisters in person were quick to click on and share the image online. Disgust is a powerful emotion evolved to keep us safe, and some people may be chasing the thrill that comes with grossing yourself out. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Joyce Carol Oates, the 82-year-old acclaimed author, took a walk in the woods wearing sandals this weekend and ended up with a puffy, blistering rash and a collection of oozing boils on her left foot. She tweeted a photo, which you can view at here at your own risk. Consider yourself warned.  Even if you don't truly want to see Oates's foot, you still might feel compelled to click. So why do we seek out images that we know will cause us disgust? Insider spoke with a psychologist who specializes in disgust to find out. Viewing a disgusting photo online lets you feel a strong emotion...
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