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    Nobody will ever love me again. Those were the words I wrote under the heading ‘your greatest fear’, as part of an exercise at a divorce bootcamp three years ago.  I was more scared of being single than I was of ending up homeless or stuck in financial purgatory.  That said, I wasn’t exactly fearless about the prospect of finding someone to love me. Single friends had warned me about online dating. The self-confidence-crushing no-show dates, unwanted nude pictures, ghosting and love bombing and so-called ‘bread-crumbing’ (i.e leading you on by showing morsels of interest with no intention of actually going out — surprisingly common online).  It is daunting, especially when your confidence is at an all-time low post-divorce, but I learned it really doesn’t have to be dismal. You just need a strategy.  At the age of 45 Rosie Green's (pictured) marriage broke down and she found herself single. The UK-based journalist has complied her ultimate lists of DO's and DO NOT's for finding a man There are ways of gaming the system, tipping the scales in your favour...
    Laurence Fishburne is open to the idea of getting back in the dating scene. The “Matrix” star, 60, was married to “Suits” alum Gina Torres for 16 years, but the pair divorced in May 2018 after Page Six revealed the previous September that Torres, 53, was dating a man described by a friend as “the cowboy type” while quietly separated from Fishburne. Fishburne and ex-wife Gina Torres were married from 2002 to 2018.WireImage And while is seems that Torres was quick to, er, get back on the horse, Fishburne is not quite there — at least not yet. “Eventually I would like to date, but there is nobody in particular on my radar,” he told Page Six at the Tribeca Festival on June 13. Fishburne shares daughter Delilah with Torres.CBS via Getty Images Recently, his 15-year-old daughter, Delilah, has been his date. Delilah went to the 2022 Tony Awards with her father earlier this month and also walked the red carpet for the premiere of his documentary “The Cave of Adullam,” which is about four young boys at a martial...
    MANY people dream of becoming a millionaire - but one girl became CEO of her own multi-million dollar business at the age of 11. Despite her young age, Mikaila Ulmer, from Texas, created her own brand of lemonade and scored a sweet $11million deal from Whole Foods back in 2016. 3Mikaila Ulmer created her own lemonade - and landed a $11million deal with Whole FoodsCredit: instagram/mikailasbees 3Mikaila was just 11 when she secured the deal with Whole Foods for her Me & the Bees LemonadeCredit: instagram/mikailasbees Mikaila, now 17, first thought up the idea for her company when she was four years old and received an old cookbook from her great-grandma. Although the book was in tatters, the young girl found a 1940s recipe for flaxseed lemonade and decided to give it a go. She started selling it on a stand outside her house and even added her own twist; honey. The inspiration came after she was stung twice by bees and was left terrified, according to NBCBLK. More on entrepreneurs THE BOMB I created bath bombs with my sister aged...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she’s the proud mum of twelve children after giving birth every year from the ages of 16 to 19, and then welcoming triplets when she was 30.  TikTok user Britni Church, who has found fame on the social media site under the name @ourlargefamily, recently opened up about how her family has continued to grow and grow over the years.   2The mum of twelve lifted the lid on the ages she was when she welcomed her childrenCredit: TikTok / @ourlargefamilylife In a short video clip posted for her 1.8 million followers, Britni lifted the lid on how old she was each time she gave birth.  Opening up about the first four times she welcomed little ones, Britni explained she was just a teen. As a column flashed up that said “Teens”, Britni pointed to the ages 16, 17, 18 and 19, demonstrating how she was pregnant four times in a row for four consecutive years.  She then explained how she also fell pregnant aged 21, 23, 26 and 28, before welcoming triplet sons when she...
    More than three in four American children and teenagers have caught COVID-19 since the pandemic began — the most out of any age group, a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed today. In the major study, the agency looked at the prevalence of Covid-fighting antibodies in more than 200,000 people across the U.S. over the last two years — but despite the heavy disease burden among minors deaths remain low. Official figures show 1,001 Americans under 18 years old have had the virus mentioned on their death certificate, accounting for just 0.01 per cent of the almost a million deaths reported since the pandemic began. Dr Monica Ghandi, a top infectious disease expert from the University of California, San Francisco, said the data was yet more evidence booster shots are 'not needed' for youngsters. They are currently being offered to everyone aged 12 years and older. Among people above 65 years old — who are most at risk from the virus — barely a third had been infected with the virus over the last two years....
    A Missouri man who wanted to ban LGBTQ books from North Kansas City Schools school libraries over sexual images and situations was charged with molesting a child, court documents show.  Ryan Utterback, a 29-year-old parent, allegedly fondled a child and was charged with that a felony for crime as well, alongside a misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree domestic assault, according to court documents. The Kansas City resident is also facing misdemeanor charges of furnishing or attempting to furnish pornographic material to a minor in separate case. Utterback is accused of two instances of child molestation in 2020, allegedly touching a 12-year-old girl under her clothes in one case, and rubbing another teen’s leg underneath her jeans in another case.  He had been advocating for the removal of several LGBTQ books that featured sexual situations or imagery, while citing the issue of parental rights in choosing what his children are exposed to.  'I definitely understand their struggles, and it's not lost on me,' he told KMBC in November prior to his arrest this month. 'But again, those conversations are to be had at...
    DNA analysis of 35 people buried in a Neolithic tomb in the Cotswolds has revealed that most were descended from four women who all had children with the same man 5,700 years ago. Researchers said they couldn't be sure whether it was an example of polygamy – which involves being in a relationship or married to more than one partner – or serial monogamy, where a person has one 'other half' at any one time. But genetic testing showed that 27 of the individuals were from five generations of a single extended family, allowing experts to put together 'the oldest family tree ever reconstructed'. The group lived about 3700 to 3600 BC — around 100 years after farming had been introduced to Britain. Discovery: DNA analysis of 35 people buried in a Neolithic tomb in the Cotswolds (pictured in a reconstruction) has revealed that most were from five generations of a single extended family Lineage: The majority of the individuals, 27 in total, were descended from four women who all had children with the same man and lived around 3700 to 3600 BC. Researchers...
    One of Ghislaine Maxwell's accusers will give testimony detailing a 'repugnant' sexual act by Jeffrey Epstein at her sex trafficking trial later this month, after a judged ruled that she will be allowed to testify. The woman, identified as 'Minor Victim 3', is set to describe the 'morally reprehensible' encounter with the billionaire pedophile as evidence of his sexual preference for young women and underage girls.  However, Maxwell's lawyers accused prosecutors of making 'eleventh hour' changes to the case against their client after it emerged that two out of the four 'minor victims' set to testify were over the age of consent under local laws at the time.  The defense claims there's a danger that the jury may convict Maxwell based on a 'moral judgement of sexual activity which was entirely legal.'  Maxwell, 59, watched on as her lawyers sparred with prosecutors over how the testimony of the four victims should be presented to the jury in a final preparatory hearing on Tuesday. Her sister Isabel was sat in the public gallery. The court is still in the process of selecting jurors for...
    A 35-year-old mum claims she looks so young that everyone mistakes her and her 18-year-old daughter for sisters when they go out clubbing together - leaving people 'gobsmacked' when she proves her age with ID. Laura Phillips, from Stoke-on-Trent,  started clubbing with daughter Levi when she turned 18 this year but each time they go they're bombarded with comments likening them to be siblings or friends. The stay-at-home mother-of-four say most people she meets thinks she's in her early twenties, and that people have even asked her daughter Reese, 16, if she's adopted, as they 'can't be mother and daughter'.   But Laura, who was just 17 when she had her first child, says that the confusion is likely down to her 'acting like a teenage' combined with her daughter looking older than her age.  A 35-year-old mum claims she looks so young that everyone mistakes her and her 18-year-old daughter for sisters when they go out clubbing together - leaving people 'gobsmacked' when she proves her age with ID. Left Mum Laura, right: Levi, 18 Laura Phillips, from Stoke-on-Trent, started...
    The young athlete chosen to replace USA gymnastics captain and Olympic champion Simone Biles at the individual all-round competition final is a 5”1’ blonde who has had a vault-jump named after her. Jade Carey, 21, from Phoenix, Arizona, pulled out of a place at Oregon State University four years ago to concentrate on representing her country at Tokyo2020. The four-time world championship medalist did not initially qualify for the four-discipline event, after finishing third behind team-mates Biles and Sunisa Lee. Only two athletes per country proceed to the all-round finals. Jade Carey was chosen to replace Simone Biles in the women's individual all-round competition. She competed in the women's vault qualifications on July 25 Carey is a  four-time world championship medalist who fell in love with gymnastics when she was just four years old Simone Biles has dropped out of the women's individual all-around to recover her mental health Carey, right, completed floor excersises with the rest of Team USA on July 25. She is with, from the left, Crace McCallum, Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles, Simone Biles...
    A fashion designer and entrepreneur who rubs elbows with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Kendall Jenner is opening up about walking away from her ultra-Orthodox Jewish community where 'women were to be rarely seen and never heard' after 42 years.  Julia Haart, 50, is the CEO of Elite World Group, designs the label e1972, and previously served as creative director for the luxury brand La Perla. But until 2013, when she left behind her ultra-religious upbringing and her husband of 23 years, none of that even seemed within the realm of possibility. In Netflix's 'My Unorthodox Life,' which premiered on Wednesday, Julia opens up about her childhood in the Haredi Jewish Orthodox community in Monsey, New York, getting married at 19, and ultimately leaving that life behind — and how she's adjusted and excelled in the secular fashion world. 'It's really hard to imagine that just a few years ago, I was living in an extreme ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, and then I just packed up and left,' she says in the series. A leap: Julia Haart, 50, is the CEO of Elite...
    Edwin Edwards, the legendary and controversial Louisiana Democrat who served in the U.S. House from 1965 to 1972; in the governor’s mansion from 1972 to 1980, 1984 to 1988, and 1992 to 1996; and in federal prison from 2002 to 2011, died Monday at the age of 93. Edwards’ supporters remember the state’s longest-serving leader for bringing women and African Americans into state government, for using oil money to improve the lot of the state’s underprivileged residents, for his work replacing Louisiana’s outdated constitution with its current governing document, and for his many signature quips. His detractors, though, emphasize the chaotic tenure of the “Cajun King” after the oil bust of the 1980s, his reputation as a womanizer, his lengthy corruption trials while in office (he was ultimately found not guilty in 1986 after a mistrial), and his 2000 conviction for extortion and money laundering. As is our wont at Daily Kos Elections, we’ll be taking a look at Edwards’ lengthy electoral career, as well as the all-party primary system that he instituted early in his governorship, an electoral system...
    Richard Branson’s daughter has told how she lived as a boy throughout her childhood. In a remarkable revelation, Holly Branson said she spent years wearing boys’ clothes and adopting male names. Ms Branson, now 39, explained: ‘I, at the age of four, decided I was a boy. It wasn’t that I wanted to be a boy, it was that I was a boy. ‘It was just after my brother was born and I don’t know whether looking back on it now it was some sort of psychological thing that a boy was born and was getting lots of attention and I wanted to be like him. ‘I stood up to pee, I dressed like a boy, I even gave myself different male names.’ Speaking on Natalie Pinkham’s In The Pink Podcast with her father and brother Sam, she added: ‘This wasn’t just a quick thing that stopped after a few months or years, it lasted until I was nearly 11. ‘It was quite unusual, especially because it was nearly 40 years ago. ‘I was so lucky to have parents that...
    A mother who decided with her husband to puruse 'gender creative parenting' and let their child choose their own gender, has revealed how people have accused them of 'child abuse'.  Dr Kyl Myers, who is originally from Salt Lake City but now lives in Australia with her husband Brent, told Mamamia that they've been flooded with social media comments, emails and even letters at her workplace from people who believe four-year-old Zoomer should be taken away. She explained: 'We didn't assign a binary girl-or-boy gender to our child, Zoomer, at birth; we don't disclose Zoomer's genitals to people who don't need to know.  'We used the gender-neutral pronouns they/them/their for Zoomer until they could tell us what pronouns and labels fit best; and Zoomer learns about and explores gender without stereotypical expectations or restrictions.' The couple decided to do 'regular pronoun checks' with Zoomer who told them: 'I love he/him', around his fourth birthday in March 2016.  Dr Myers said that their methods have not 'confused' Zoomer, but given him a more 'nuanced understanding of sex and gender than a lot...
    Tivito died in Las Vegas on Monday, his friend Alfredo Nittoli said First posted the news on Facebook.The other two founding members, Frankie Valli and Bob Guardio, were also released A statement on social media. “In this very difficult time we send our love to his family. He will miss all those who loved him,” read part of the message. Together with Joe Long, the men started all four in the 1960s, and became known for their compliments and falsesets. Divito and Valli have been performing together since 1954, when the band began. During their time together, the band had four No. 1 hits, including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” and “Rock Doll.” There were four seasons Admitted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame They were immortalized in the 1990s and 2005 with the creation of the hit music “Jersey Boys”. It tells the story of the band and won four Tony Awards in 2006, including Best Music.Divido was born on June 19, 1928, in Belleville, New Jersey, the youngest of nine children. He...
    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Tommy DeVito, a founding member of the 1960s Four Seasons band, has died from the coronavirus at the age of 92, NJ.com reported. His former bandmate Frankie Vallie wrote in a post on Facebook that DeVito had died, and said, “We send our love to his family during this most difficult time.” Actor Alfred Nittoli said in a separate Facebook post that DeVito died Monday evening in Las Vegas at the age of 92. DeVito along with Valli, Bob Gaudio and Nick Massi founded the Four Seasons in 1960. They sang huge hits such as “Oh, What a Night,” and other sensations from Valli’s solo collection, like, ″Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” The Broadway musical Jersey Boys, which opened in 2005, tells the story of the band. The musical eventually won a Tony award for best musical, a Grammy Award for best cast album, and was made into a feature film. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Over at Politico, Tim Alberta takes the pulse of the very white, very leafy, very affluent suburb of Cedarburg, Wisconsin. It’s massively pro-Trump, of course, but when Alberta asks people why they like the guy he gets the same answer over and over: abortion. “The Democrats are so far to the left on abortion now that it’s impossible to vote for them,” says one resident. “I’m pretty close to a one-issue voter,” says another. “Abortion is the thing I care about most.” Half a dozen others followed suit. Before you scoff at this as just the product of chance, check out the most recent Gallup poll on abortion as a voting issue: Since Donald Trump was elected, the number of single-issue abortion voters has increased from 23 percent to 30 percent. Trump himself doesn’t talk much about abortion, but it’s an issue that’s driven a big change in voting behavior. With Brett Kavanaugh having taken the place of Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, there are now five pro-life justices instead of four-and-a-half. If Ruth Bader Ginsburg (age 87)...
    A young boy, four, has learned how to ride the waves completely unaided on his own surfboard after astounding his parents by standing up without assistance on his second ever wave at the age of two. Joao Vitor, from Guaruja, Brazil, a coastal town 55 miles from Sao Paulo, was inspired to start surfing after watching his father and older sister take part in the activity every day. His mother, Camilla Chuque Braga, a 39-year-old housewife, said: 'He started swimming school when he was seven months old. Four-year-old Joao Vitor, from Guaruja, Brazil, has perfected the ability to ride the waves completely unaided and practices almost every day at the local beach The young boy impressed and shocked his parents when he asked to surf and on the second wave he was able to stand up completely unassisted at the age of two His mother, Camilla Chuque Braga, (pictured with her three children) a housewife, says her son Joao learned how to surf by watching his father and sister catch the waves 'His sister Maria Clara and his father...
    (CNN Business)A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here.Critics have derided the political conventions as a glorified TV show for several election cycles. This year, that's what it really truly is: a television production with live shots and short clips from all across the country.The Democrats' big show begins on Monday -- "the slimmed-down convention will be a mix of live and prerecorded speeches and highly produced visual elements," the NYT's Astead W. Herndon and Reid J. Epstein wrote Sunday. Their story carried a Milwaukee byline, but noted that "there will be no official business conducted in Milwaukee." A virtual convention, indeed...Hundreds of live feedsFrom CNN's Jessica Dean: "The Democrats' virtual convention will feature hundreds of live feeds from across the country and four stage set-ups located in New York City, Los Angeles, Milwaukee and Wilmington, Delaware, according to a source who has seen recent convention plans."Read More"The entirely virtual convention will feature emcees to lead the evening's two hour program, with those people broadcasting primarily out of...
    A mother-of-four has admitted she misses being 'immature and selfish' and often feels she is 'drowning' in tears as she opened up about the challenges of parenting.  Jessica Hood, 31, who lives in Melbourne, revealed how motherhood has 'played havoc' with her mental health while raising four children under the age of six with her husband.  Posting on Instagram, the blogger explained to her 54,000 followers how she 'doubts every decision' she makes for her family and admitted that some days she doesn't want to be the 'responsible one'.  In the emotional post, she wrote: 'It’s hard being a mother even on a good day. It’s hard trying to raise my children to be good people when I don’t think I’m even one myself.'  Jessica Hood, 31, who lives in Melbourne, opened up about how motherhood has 'played havoc' with her mental health in the process of raising four children The stay-at-home mother added how she sometimes 'fantasises' about 'running away to a deserted island with endless cocktails and sunshine' after speaking about how she has lost her identity through...
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