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    Dear Bel, I’ve been unhappily married for 43 years — why have I stuck at it? I’ve never thought he loved me. When we married I got the job of a housekeeper/nanny, certainly not a wife. My husband retired last November. While working, he was out of the house and I could cope with his controlling behaviour — in money matters and where the children were concerned. Luckily, I had good support emotionally from my family and worked part-time so had my own money. He was always a shouter, but since retiring he’s worse. He’s always around — apart from when he goes to the doctor’s or for an eye test etc. Narcissistic and a pathological liar, he says he’s discussed things which I’ve forgotten. It’s not true. Our daughter is married with one child, living abroad; our son lives with a partner. They had such an awful childhood I keep quiet about my marriage and I don’t think they want to know. My daughter talks to me on Zoom, but I haven’t had a private conversation with her for...
    A WOMAN has told how the "horrendous stench" coming from her neighbour's house is so bad it leaves her "feeling queasy." The anonymous woman took to Mumsnet where she admitted that she can see the "ridiculousness" of the issue but added that it's becoming "unbearable" for her to live with. 1A woman has told of the "horrendous stench" coming from her neighbour's house. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty She went on to explain how her neighbours are in their 30s and have just had a baby like she has, and pointed out that her house is attached on their side, so the properties are joined. In the post, she continued: "The houses are very old - ours is having some renovations done, theirs was done several years ago so they’re not doing any work or anything like that." There is this horrendous stench from their house and I can’t for the life of me understand what it is..." I can tell when their back door is open because I can smell the smell.. I have racked my brains as to the...
    THEY’RE the Love Island sweethearts of the series, coupling up in the early days and sticking together since. Gemma Owen and Luca Bish have given us plenty to talk about - and a psychologist has weighed in on her thoughts for the pair. 1Gemma Owen and Luca Bish have stuck together for weeks, but not without their challengesCredit: Eroteme It’s clear the two dote on each other, with romantic scenes on Wednesday’s date night episode.  But throughout the dramatic series, Luca has been labelled as both “intense” and “overprotective” by both viewers and fellow Islanders. The 23-year-old fishmonger admitted he was protective when seeing Adam, 26, chatting with Gemma one-to-one. Dr Veronica Lamarche, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Essex, said Luca’s reactions are partly motivated insecurity, which drives jealousy.  She said: “Luca is clearly a little bit insecure, and clearly likes a lot of validation from a partner. "And I get the sense from Gemma that she is someone who doesn't necessarily feel comfortable showing that kind of emotion or vulnerability. “When you have those two personality...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I went through a very tough personal loss a few months ago and took bereavement leave from work for two weeks. Harriette Cole  My boss and supervisors were wonderful and understanding, but my co-workers didn’t seem to understand at all. I came back, and most of my co-workers seemed to be upset with me for being gone. It’s really like they resent me for leaving them to make up for my absence. I’m extremely hurt, and I don’t feel supported in my grief at all. How do I handle this? No Empathy DEAR NO EMPATHY: People who have never suffered loss sometimes lack the capacity to feel others’ pain. The very definition of empathy is one’s ability to understand and share the feelings of another. It sounds like your colleagues were thinking about themselves, not you. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: My friend says I’ve gotten cocky, and they’ve started excluding me Advice | Harriette Cole: Was it a mistake to tell this one friend so many secrets? Advice | Harriette...
    Kevin Winter/Getty Images Charlize Theron opened up about the tension between her and Tom Hardy on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road, saying she felt unsafe enough to hire security while filming. The revelation comes in an excerpt from reporter Kyle Buchanan’s new book Blood, Sweat & Chrome: The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road, in which the film’s cast and crew detailed the feud between co-stars. “It was like two parents in the front of the car. We were either fighting or we were icing each other — I don’t know which one is worse — and they had to deal with it in the back,” Theron said of filming with Hardy. “It was horrible! We should not have done that; we should have been better. I can own up to that.” The tension between the co-stars escalated after Hardy showed up late to set one day, which he had done multiple times before, according to Buchanan’s book. “Whether that was some kind of power play or not, I don’t know, but it felt deliberately provocative,” first assistant camera...
    WHEN it comes to good sex this couple know what they are doing. Asa Baav and David Chambers, who have been together for two years, run sex and relationship courses across the globe. 4Asa Baav and David Chambers have been together for two years 4The couple run sex and relationship courses across the globe The duo, who are both qualified intimacy coaches, hold couples sessions as well as 1-2-1 courses with men and women. David, 37, started coaching ten years ago while Asa began in 2019. They also run lots of workshops and say there are several mistakes we all make when we are trying to please our partners. Asa, 35, says: “As intimacy coaches we are always exploring new things, such as tantra and BDSM, and we pass on our new-found knowledge to those we teach.” Just in time for Valentine’s, Asa and David tell GEORGIE CULLEY the top turn-ons for women and men. For men Understanding and compassion – don’t say: “Is it me?” AROUND 52 per cent of men experience some form of erectile dysfunction (ED) in...
    Arch Manning is a highly sought-after high school quarterback recruit from the class of 2023, and he’s coming down to the very end of his recruiting trips to some of the best college programs. While the whirlwind of anticipation swirls around the Isidore Newman High School quarterback, the son of Cooper Manning, the nephew of Eli and Peyton and the grandson of Archie isn’t affected at all by the outside noise. The teenage sensation mostly is off social media, isn’t playing video games and sometimes has to babysit. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM AUSTIN, TEXAS - OCTOBER 16: Arch Manning of Isidore Newman School attends the game between the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on October 16, 2021 in Austin, Texas. "I check it for other stuff, but I'm not really on there much," Arch Manning, of Louisiana, told ESPN in a story published Friday. "I don't really feel like dealing with all of that." The 17-year-old told the outlet he believes he’s just a "regular guy."...
    Monica Lewinsky: Im nervous about Impeachment: American Crime Story 12 Colleges That Cover 100% of Your Financial Aid © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Raiders have compiled a record of 19-29 since Jon Gruden returned as head coach in 2018. As the team begins its second season in Las Vegas, no one really expects that Gruden will be on the hot seat if the season doesn’t result in a playoff appearance. But there are no guarantees in the NFL. So even as the Raiders have ostensibly made some significant improvements to their defense, their competitive division of the AFC West could leave them on the outside looking in when January arrives. In an interview this week with Vinny Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Gruden wouldn’t go as far as General Manager Mike Mayock did last week in setting playoff expectations. The head coach also said he’s not feeling additional pressure to succeed entering the fourth season of his second stint with the franchise. “I don’t really feel pressure,”...
    Here’s How to Pick the Perfect Pair of JBL Headphones and Earbuds Comparing U.S. swimmer Caeleb Dressels vertical leap to NBA stars © Provided by People Dominik Bindl/Getty Genevieve Gorder is giving an update on her health. On Saturday, a day after the 47-year-old Trading Spaces alum revealed in an Instagram post that she is sick with COVID-19, Gorder updated her fans on her condition as she spoke about how she is feeling in the current moment. Detailing that it is her sixth day of battling the Delta variant of the illness, the reality star said, "I wanted to just report and tell you how I feel because I don't think we have a lot of content from double [vaccinated] people who've gone through this." "... But I think this is important," she continued. "This really sucks, it feels horrible. But I'm just starting to feel better today where I can do this. I am so grateful to be vaccinated because I know as a person who's had asthma since I was a little girl — and two autoimmunes as an adult —...
    SHOCKING images have revealed the impact burnout is really having on your body, including headaches and poor posture. Over the last 12 months around 40 per cent of Brits said they had experienced burnout at work - but it could be leading you down a slippery slope if you don't take action. 2 A constant stream of emails, social events and even working out what you're going to have for dinner can contribute to burnout. Most people are just trying to make their way, but for some that means caffeine-fuelled diets and staying late at work. Burnout can manifest itself in a variety of mental and physical ways that could see us out of action for weeks or even months if we don't take control of our behaviours. The phenomenon has become that prominent globally that in 2019 the World Health Organisation (WHO) recognised it as a syndrome - defining it as a result of "chronic stress that has not been managed". A survey commissioned by Tide found that burnout is common in working Brits - with 40 per cent...
    COMPULSIVE buying has been recognised as a disorder but what do impulse purchases say about how you are feeling? Tanith Carey finds out. 9We reveal what your impulse purchases really say about how you are feelingCredit: Shutterstock MAKE-UP: You have insecurities FEELING short of cash, having an off day or feeling insecure about a facial feature? Then beware of overspending when you visit the make-up ­counter, which is deliberately laid out like a sweet shop to make the ­cosmetics hard to resist. 9A study found that if you have a facial feature that you are self-conscious about, you are likely to buy more make-up than you needCredit: Shutterstock If you feel you deserve a pick-me-up but don’t have a lot in your bank account, an item of make-up is something you can buy to make yourself feel better – without the guilt of a new pair of shoes or an outfit. If you have a facial feature that you are self-conscious about, you are also likely to buy more make-up than you need, according to a study in...
     Matthew McConaughey opened up about his potential gubernatorial run, laying out his political goals while also blasting anti-maskers. The actor referred to masks as a “short-term inconvenience for long-term freedom” while speaking to Carlos Watson for an interview on the OZY CEO’s talk show. “We have got to make some sacrifices for larger rewards tomorrow,” McConaughey said during the episode’s promo, released Thursday, referencing the “damn dispute over the masks that got politicized.” McConaughey has been vocally team mask throughout the pandemic, releasing a video showing his followers how to craft a face covering with just a bandana, a coffee filter, and some rubber bands. “I’m not believing you’re really scared of this little cotton thing. I don’t really feel that takes away your identity and your freedom,” McConaughey said to Watson about anti-maskers, adding, “There’s no data that says it’s not a good thing. No data that says it’s harmful.” McConaughey also teased his potential run for Governor of Texas, revealing he is “not interested in going and putting a bunch of Band-Aids on that are gonna be ripped off” as soon...
    Parents who regret having children have anonymously opened up about what it's really like to raise kids you resent and wish you never had.  Reddit user u/SniperGlizzy started the viral thread, asking: 'What is it like to have children you don’t want?' Many of the people who responded admitted that often think about what their life would be like if they never had kids.    'I really thought I wanted kids because that’s what I thought I was supposed to do... be a wife and have kids. I love them, and I want the best for them. But I don’t have the same connection to them that other moms seem to have,' one mother of three confessed. 'I don’t miss them when I have to go on a long trip, I just feel relief.' Candid: Parents have anonymously opened up about what it's like to regret having kids in a viral Reddit thread (Stock Image) Hard to handle: Many of them detailed what it's like to raise a child you don't want  She noted that...
    More On: new york yankees Brian Cashman explains Gleyber Torres’ dismal 2020 Yankee from infamous incident dead at 81 Yankees were hit hard in the Rule 5 draft Clint Frazier desperately wants Yankees to keep DJ LeMahieu It has been more than a year since Aaron Hicks underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, and the outfielder said even now, he’s not back to his old self. “I still don’t really feel 100 percent,’’ Hicks said Thursday on the YES Network’s “Yankees Hot Stove” show. The outfielder said his strength has improved, but “I still kind of don’t feel the same.” He underwent the surgery in October 2019 and was able to return for the 2020 season after the delayed start caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 31-year-old had a solid season, although he hit just .225 and his power numbers were down. Hicks said he has yet to begin his offseason throwing program. Hicks will be an integral part of a Yankees outfield that has some question marks, with the injury-prone Hicks in center, Aaron Judge —...
    This is a complicated Thanksgiving for counting our blessings. The traditional cornucopias still spill with harvest abundance; what’s empty are the chairs. Throughout Minnesota, too many thousands of spots at tables are unoccupied because of COVID-19 deaths. Far more belong to loved ones who are safely staying away. And how many restaurant chairs sit idle? All of them.  Some of our vacant seats would otherwise be filled this election year by certain family members of certain mindsets. A welcome reprieve, that? We who do gather are not the same people we were last November. We’ve been made urgently aware that, while most of us will have some chair somewhere come Thursday, many of us have never been invited to share in the spreads that privilege and prosperity offer. Widespread divisiveness and hurt manifest as anger, which hardly encourages our coming together.   Regardless, the calendar calls on us to give thanks. To whatever degree gratitude has been a simple reflex for us in the past, this Thanksgiving it can’t not be reflective. We get to—it would seem we rather have to—practice...
    Musicians Mayfield, Markham plead guilty in fraud case Pizza Hut to launch Beyond Meat sausage topping in the US We Cant Really Wear Sweatpants Forever - What Are We Shopping For Next? You probably still remember that scene in The Devil Wears Prada, where Miranda Priestly coolly schools Andy Sachs on the trend cycle. You know, the one that made "cerulean" blue famous: "What you don't know is that that sweater is not just blue, it's not turquoise, it's not lapis, it's actually cerulean." She says, glancing at Andy offhandedly. "You're also blindly unaware of the fact that in 2002, Oscar de la Renta did a collection of cerulean gowns. And then I think it was Yves St Laurent, wasn't it, who showed cerulean military jackets? And then cerulean quickly showed up in the collections of eight different designers. Then it filtered down through the department stores and then trickled on down into some tragic 'casual corner' where you, no doubt, fished it out of some clearance bin." © Getty / Raimonda Kulikauskiene We Can't Really Wear Sweatpants...
    6 Best Stocks in the Nasdaq Wednesday Escape This Nonsensical World in a Cummins-Powered Ford F-450 EarthRoamer I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life Here's How Chip and Joanna Gaines' Kids Really Feel About Being on TV Celebrities choose to live their lives in the spotlight, but their kids, on the other hand, usually don't get a choice. Take Chip and Joanna Gaines, for example. The couple from Waco, Texas, first found fame in 2013 when their show Fixer Upper premiered on HGTV and became a surprise smash hit. The show often featured the couple's four children: Drake, Ella, Duke, and Emmie. The pair went on to add a fifth child to their family after the final episode of Fixer Upper aired in 2018. At the time they announced the end of the series, Joanna said they were planning to "step back and just get kind of fresh vision, get...
    Ricin poison found in mail package addressed to Trump The last time successful college football programs were terrible Jena Malone on taking the villain role is Antebellum: I dont really scare easily While her new film Antebellum, has been pegged as an important film due to it directly addressing America's history of oppressing Black people, Jena Malone doesn't think it's useful to say what any particular viewer should take away from the film. "I don't believe that films are like McDonald's. I don't think there is anything to take away from the film except for your own personal journey," she tells EW over the phone. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Matt Kennedy/Lionsgate "I don't like it when people are like, 'Man, I just hope people understand compassion and racism,' or something like that, because then people are gonna go into it thinking, 'Oh sh—, I gotta understand compassion and racism,'" Malone explains. "It's too much pressure." Without saying too much about the plot of the twisted thriller, Malone plays a horrifically cruel, almost openly white supremacist woman named Elizabeth,...
    A bit stunned. Chris Randone just lately revealed solely to Us Weekly that his estranged spouse, Krystal Nielson, had filed for divorce. Nonetheless, that doesn’t imply the Bachelor in Paradise star is used to dwelling his life with out her in it. “We don’t discuss in any respect. I’m gonna hold it actual — that is nothing in opposition to her, however even all through this complete time, like, she by no means referred to as me as soon as to see how I’ve been doing, how I’m feeling,” Randone, 32, stated throughout Blake Horstmann‘s “Behind the Rose” podcast on Tuesday, August 25. “I do know she’s moved on. I do know she has — I’ve gotten affirmation on that a number of occasions and I perceive that’s what she’s doing. I can’t power anybody or change any final result.” The Bachelorette alum famous that he’s “nonetheless damage typically” when it hits him at totally different occasions that they’re getting divorced and he or she hasn’t reached out.Chris Randone and Krystal Nielson Craig Sjodin/ABC; AFF-USA/Shutterstock“Like, if an individual cares...
    Lili Reinhart shot to fame because of her role on the CW series "Riverdale" and is very aware that young girls look up to her. The 23-year-old actress admitted that she, like many others, deals with body confidence and insecurity issues. “I don’t have the CW girl body — tiny waist, nice-shaped legs, skinny, small, tiny,” she told the Los Angeles Times. “I had to do a bra and underwear scene in this last season and I felt really insecure about it. I really, really didn’t want to do it. I didn’t tell anyone this. I wasn’t pressured into doing it. I did it because it was my job. But I felt bad about myself doing it. I really did. And this is where it gets complicated.” ‘RIVERDALE’ STAR LILI REINHART REVEALS ‘INSECURE’ FEELINGS ABOUT HER WEIGHT WHILE ON SET “I can’t preach body positivity if I don’t practice it,” Reinhart continued. “So even if I’m not feeling amazing about my body, I felt it was important for me to do the scene anyway in my bra and underwear so people could...
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