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    DEAR HARRIETTE: One of my oldest friends is going through a messy separation with his wife. He was caught having an affair, which resulted in his wife kicking him out of the house. He asked me if he would be able to stay with me and my wife for a few weeks. I wanted so badly to let him stay with us, but my wife was opposed to the idea. I hated to leave my friend when he needed me, but I could not force my wife to get involved in something so messy when she is good friends with his wife as well. I’m worried that our friendship will never be the same. Did I betray my friend by not helping him out? Out of My Control DEAR OUT OF MY CONTROL: Your friend’s behavior is having negative repercussions throughout his life. Please know that this is not your fault. He is the one who cheated. He is the one who is now suffering due to his unethical behavior. Of course you wanted to throw him a lifeline. And...
    Dear Amy: Over 40 years ago, I committed a significant crime. No one was physically hurt, but I scared the devil out of a small group of people. The crime was for financial gain, and I had planned it in advance. My wife knew and begged me not to do it, but I felt I had no other choice. My wife benefited from the proceeds of the crime and willingly spent the proceeds. I was never caught. For 30 years we never spoke of this incident, as the memory was too painful for us both. Over the last 10 years, however, when she is very angry at me or is trying to force me to do something she wants me to do, she threatens to tell my adult children and our grandchildren about “the kind of man you really are.” It is pure blackmail. Sometimes she says she will tell the whole story to the family in her own way after I am dead. I have never repeated any unlawful acts in all the time since and have shared a...
    Dear Amy: I recently joined a meditation group that has sessions both in-person and online. During an online session, I put a note in the chat saying that everyone could go and look at the full moon after the session. The group leader became irate. He said aloud to the group that I was distracting and that no one should read what was in the chat. I found that odd because if he did not want it, he could have disabled the chat function in Zoom. At the end of the meeting, I told everyone that I hoped they enjoyed looking at the beautiful full moon and signed off. The teacher contacted me after the session and said that I had been disruptive. I had not. Nonetheless, he suggested that I find a different group. I live in a small town and there is no different group. (I do have a weekly online group with a different teacher.) Before this incident, I privately asked him to stop saying unkind things about his ex-girlfriend behind her back on a public newsletter...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am going through a messy divorce. I would have preferred to keep the situation private, but my soon-to-be ex-husband has been outspoken about our separation on Facebook. Things are getting a little awkward at work now. I am sure all of my co-workers know that I’m going through some personal issues, but I haven’t addressed anything directly. I have a good relationship with my team, and I want to be transparent. I want them to be understanding of how these personal problems may affect how I show up at work on certain days. How do I address this? Transparency DEAR TRANSPARENCY: If there is a chance that your co-workers could see your husband’s comments on social media, you need to address the situation. You do not have to go into detail, but it is wise to tell them that you are going through a divorce right now. It is unfortunate but real. For the next few months, you ask for their discretion and kindness as you deal with this aspect of your life. Do not get into...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My wife has become friendly with my friend’s fiancee over the past two years or so, but when she asked my wife to be in her wedding party, the request came as a bit of a surprise. My wife said yes, and has been regretting it ever since. We knew that the wedding was going to involve travel, but the list of responsibilities keeps expanding. It now includes multiple wedding dress fittings, a bridesmaid’s dress fitting, a bridal shower and a New York City bachelorette weekend — not to mention the wedding itself, also in New York. So she’s paying for two $700+ plane tickets, plus all the other gifts, dresses, travel expenses, etc. Behind all this are dozens of planning emails that require delicate opinions and compromises, adding further stress to my wife’s normal day-to-day work responsibilities and social schedule. Having gone through my own “this is way too much” groomsman experience, which required way more time and money than I expected, we kept things simple for our own wedding. We did not have a wedding...
    DEAR ABBY: In our 20 years of marriage, my wife’s two sons have frequently stopped by or called ahead with literally 10 minutes to a half-hour’s notice. It usually happens around mealtime, when we aren’t prepared for feeding multiple people. I plan every meal in advance, and would welcome them to visit with a little common courtesy. We had two lamb chops in the oven, and 10 minutes before we were ready to eat one of the sons and his wife called to say they’d be over right away. I was furious, but my wife said they’ll be gone in 10 minutes. It turned into an hour. I was waiting for them to leave, but then my wife invited them to stay for dinner. I blew up and hollered loud enough that they all left, which later led to a huge argument. My wife insists family can stop by anytime. I disagree. Common courtesy should be taught, and there’s nothing wrong with saying, “Now’s not good. How about in an hour or two?” Who’s right? HUSBAND IN THE KITCHEN DEAR...
    DEAR ABBY: Every year my girlfriend and I take each other out for dinner on our birthdays and bring a gift. This year, even though I am currently experiencing financial hardship, I bought her a gift and offered her dinner. At the restaurant, she ordered the largest portion of what she wanted. She stated it’s what she always orders in that restaurant. I responded that she always takes half of it home, and that I had offered to buy her dinner for that night, not for two days. She got very angry and said I was ruining her birthday. She then said she’d pay for her own meal. I declined her offer and paid, but now I’m wondering if I was wrong. She did pay for half the appetizer, which I didn’t want or eat, and she left the tip. Should I have told her before we went out to dinner that I was on a tighter budget? Can our relationship be saved? LOSING IN LAS VEGAS Related Articles Advice | Jill On Money: Secure Act 2.0 ...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: My wife’s nephew just moved in with us after getting into some trouble in his hometown. He’s a good kid, but he has been around the wrong crowds, which has influenced him negatively. What are some ways I can help him to adjust to his new environment with us and leave his old ways of thinking behind? Nephew Reform DEAR NEPHEW REFORM: This process will take time, so I encourage patience all around. You need to establish a bond of trust with your nephew that allows for open communication and boundaries. First, let him know what the rules of your household are, everything from chores to curfew to language/profanity to alcohol and drugs to visits at home. Establish a check-in time when the two of you talk each day. You can start by telling each other a highlight of your day and a challenge of your day. Both of you should participate. This creates a framework for engagement that is somewhat neutral because you are both doing it. Nobody likes being told what to do all the time....
    DEAR ABBY: My wife and I enjoy wine and the tasting and selecting of fine vintages. We also enjoy learning more about and tasting fine spirits like single-malt scotches and Kentucky bourbon. The challenge is, my wife pours whiskey like it’s wine. She fills a glass halfway to the brim and drinks these spirits at the same pace she would drink wine. As you can imagine, she quickly becomes very intoxicated. She seems unaware that her behavior changes when she’s drinking large volumes of spirits. I don’t think she’s an alcoholic, because she goes for weeks without drinking. But when she does, the amount of whiskey she imbibes makes her very drunk. There have been times at social events when I had to intervene because her behavior became erratic. This is new behavior and I’m concerned she is developing a dependence. What strategy can I take to discuss this with her? WHISKEY’S NOT WINE IN OREGON Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: I give my granddaughter lots of money, and she still won’t follow my influencer cat ...
    DEAR ABBY: I have a best friend of 15 years. (We even got matching tattoos.) However, I feel like I’m always put on the back burner. I’m easygoing, so maybe she feels she doesn’t need to be a good friend in return? I understand we all have busy lives, but there are 24 hours in a day and seven days in a week. It doesn’t take but a minute to send a text to ask how I’m doing. Am I being unrealistic for wanting a friendship that goes both ways? LOST IN A FRIENDSHIP DEAR LOST: It is only unrealistic if you have spoken to your longtime friend about how you feel (15 years late) and she’s unwilling to expend a little more effort in your direction. I recommend you have that long-overdue conversation with her and let her know what your needs are. Related Articles Advice | Dear Abby: The other grandmother gets me in trouble with the baby’s mom Advice | Dear Abby: How do I have a funeral for my husband and not let...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: A few years ago, a good friend of mine told me that he had romantic feelings for me. I didn’t feel the same, and it made things awkward for a moment in time. Eventually, he cut off all communication because he was angry with me for dating someone else. We randomly reconnected a few weeks ago, and it’s been great. I really missed him. He seems to be completely fine with the fact that I am going on dates. I haven’t been able to completely let my guard down, though, because I’m worried that he may cut me off again for some reason. Is it possible that he could be completely over those romantic feelings and now our friendship can resume without conflict? Reconnecting DEAR RECONNECTING: I recommend that you be direct and talk to your friend about the past and present. Tell him how much you missed him and how deeply you appreciate his friendship. Apologize for not wanting the type of relationship that he had in mind for the two of you as you acknowledge...
    Just weeks before HBO's highly-anticipated House of the Dragon debuts, the stars are opening up about advice they got from the original Game of Thrones stars. House of the Dragon is set 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones, following the reign of House Targaryen, where Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) both descended from. Several House of the Dragon stars opened up to The Hollywood Reporter to reveal who in the original GoT cast they reached out to, including Maisie Williams.  Opening up: Just weeks before HBO's highly-anticipated House of the Dragon debuts, the stars are opening up about advice they got from the original Game of Thrones stars Maisie: Several House of the Dragon stars opened up to The Hollywood Reporter to reveal who in the original GoT cast they reached out to, including Maisie Williams Olivia Cooke plays Lady Alicent Hightower, the daughter of Rhys Ifans' Ser Otto Hightower, who serves as Hand of the King to King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine).  It's no surprise, then, that she reached out to Maisie Williams, who...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My wife and I have a friend who often hosts gatherings at her home with an eclectic mix of people, including her next-door neighbors. These neighbors are nice people, but my wife and I have only ever had lukewarm, perfunctorily polite exchanges with them. It’s just an “oil and water” personality dynamic — cordial at best. The feelings appear mutual. They have a young son the same age as ours, and the boys have hit it off at these gatherings more than us parents have. Our son was invited to spend the night and attend an amusement park the next day with this boy and his parents. He was excited, and our mutual friend enthusiastically facilitated these plans, so we agreed. We dropped our son off with money to cover park admission and any meals the following day. Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: I tried to separate these party guests, and I got attacked Advice | Miss Manners: I dislike my co-workers’ children in our virtual workplace Advice |...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I hosted a small outdoor brunch for a group of ladies I often socialize with. I invited all of the usual group, including a woman I will call Nellie, who dislikes another woman in the group, whom I will call Tessie. I let Nellie know that Tessie would be arriving for the latter portion of the party due to a work conflict. This meant that Nellie, who was adamant that she did not want to see Tessie, could still enjoy a majority of the event. I told her that I would understand if she left early. When I suggested this amicable solution, I was met with an absolute tirade. Nellie called into question our very friendship, saying, “We all know that I’m not going to come if she’ll be there, so I think the plan was always for me not to come.” I did my best to explain that I did not feel comfortable excluding anyone from the group, and that I was trying to accommodate both her and Tessie. Related Articles Advice | Miss...
    DEAR ABBY: Two years ago, at a national conference, I bumped into a woman I had dated decades ago. We started dating again, even though she lives in Phoenix and I live in the Midwest. The geographical distance between us is challenging, but we made it work through phone calls and traveling to see each other at least once a month. It was working so well that we began discussing my relocating to Arizona so we could move in together. I thought that was our future until this week. My lady friend just told me she wants to reduce the number of phone calls we’ve been having each week to three or less. She explained she needs more time to herself to deal with “challenges” she has been facing, and everything is fine with our relationship. Related Articles Advice | Dear Abby: I do my job, so why is he insisting I put in 8 hours? Advice | Dear Abby: Is the bride allowed to say this man is too creepy for her wedding? ...
    Dear Amy: My long-term friend decided to ghost me a few months after his wife went in for a “routine heart procedure” and tragically never woke up. Amy Dickinson  He was devastated, as was everyone that knew her. I know he has alcohol and drug problems. The last thing he told me was that he was chasing a widow in town who “has a lot of money” and that he was done with me. I asked, “So this is the end of our friendship?” He never responded. Many years ago, he sent me a piece of artwork he made out of wood. There are many hours of work that went into this. I don’t want it in my house anymore. I thought about donating it to Goodwill here, but it’s kinda weird and I doubt if they’d want it. I thought to simply mail it back to him with no explanation, but is that cruel? Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: I need to be the driver, even in other people’s cars Advice | Ask Amy:...
    Dear Amy: I have been divorced for two years. I frequently see my two young daughters and remain on decent terms with my ex. Amy Dickinson  Several friends, dating back to my college years, have chosen to “side” with my ex-wife. There was no side to take, as I believe our divorce was our business and not theirs. Some have simply said nothing, and others have intimated that they are surprised by our marriage failure and do not want to be around the person (me, allegedly) who caused the failure — which of course is a classic “he said, she said.” But I recognize that they are free to choose. In an angry moment, I unfollowed all of these people on social media, but now I miss keeping up with their families and lives, even through a screen. Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: He says I’m too old for him but we have sex. Am I being used? Advice | Ask Amy: Should I tell my husband’s daughters about their mother’s affair? Advice...
    Dear Amy: I understand the angst of individuals who seek to contact (or are contacted by) previously unknown DNA relatives. Amy Dickinson  I received an email about three years ago from my biological father. I wasn’t sure what to do, as my mother always told me that he wanted nothing to do with me. At the time, I was 59 and he was 79. I decided to say yes. During our first conversation, my biological father apologized for not being part of my life and took responsibility for his actions. My parents were 18 when I was conceived. They were young and scared and made decisions they regretted. Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: I’ve always liked women, but there’s the matter of my husband Advice | Ask Amy: I want to date her, despite what my wife would have thought Advice | Ask Amy: He came home from work, asked for a divorce and walked out Advice | Ask Amy: I told him I found his ‘funny’ gift disturbing, and he...
    Dear Amy: My partner, “Chris,” just showed me a gift he bought for his adult son. This gift is a “verified” personal calling card once owned by Adolf Hitler (Hitler allegedly gave them out to people he would meet). Amy Dickinson  Chris purchased this card from an American museum’s rare-items collection and spent quite a bit of money for it. He finds this gift funny and amusing. Chris is a nice and kind person, and he doesn’t have any prejudice against any ethnic groups. I felt very disturbed, angry, disappointed and perplexed by the nature of this gift. I don’t find anything related to Hitler an appropriate item for gift-giving, laughter or amusement. The night I learned of this gift, I was plagued by horrific images and thoughts of the crimes against humanity brought about by this monster. Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: I’m nervous about telling my wife I want to play basketball with the other dads Advice | Ask Amy: She’s been freeloading for months, and my husband says let her stay ...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am the youngest of three brothers. My oldest brother and I have never gotten along, and one of the many issues at the core of the disagreement was my coming out many years ago. I have been with my partner for 32 years, and we married 12 years ago. We had a small, lovely wedding and, out of courtesy, my brother and his wife were invited. We did not receive any recognition of the invitation. When he heard that a cousin had attended, his remark to me was, “I didn’t realize it was a real wedding.” He has six children, and one of his sons is now getting married. In the past, I have been within earshot of this nephew spouting homophobic comments. (Normally, I only hear from him when he is raising money for something.) Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: This woman’s long grudge against us could ruin graduation day Advice | Miss Manners: Surprise party at my office created unnecessary drama Advice | Miss Manners: My husband...
    Barack Obama advised Democrats worried about the upcoming midterm election to just tell their story if they want to get re-elected. 'You've got a story to tell — just got to tell it,' Obama told reporters at the White House when asked about the November election. The former president was at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, his signature healthcare law, and to watch President Joe Biden sign an executive order to expand its coverage base.  His appearance and advice came as Biden sees an approval rating in the low 40s, faces an international crisis in the Ukraine, and record high prices at home - a combo of which has Democrats concerned voters will take it out on their party at the ballot box. Polling backs up those worries with many showing Republicans winning on the generic congressional ballot.  Republicans garnered 44.7% in the Five Thirty Eight polling average on the 2022 election while Democrats came in at 42.6%. Barack Obama advised Democrats worried about the upcoming midterm election to just tell their story ...
    A WOMAN who got married in December has revealed that she’s already planning her divorce after her husband ruined her wedding. The new wife wrote to Slate’s advice column, Dear Prudence where she asked for advice following her disastrous nuptials. 1A bride has revealed that she plans to divorce her husband after less than a month of being marriedCredit: Getty - Contributor In her letter, she wrote: “I got married just before Christmas and am hoping to be divorced or annulled by the end of January. Obviously, that wasn’t the plan originally.” She went on to explain that she had never cared about getting married but had decided to go for it when her boyfriend proposed in 2020. The bride explained that she had just one request of her husband on their wedding day - not to rub cake in her face at the reception. She continued: “Being a reasonable man who knows me well, he didn’t. Instead, he grabbed me by the back of the head and shoved my head down into it.  “It was planned since the cake...
    A WOMAN has urged people not to go out drinking before having lip fillers, after being left with a swollen, bruised pout as a result. Niamh Harkin took to TikTok to share a video of her filler experience, alongside which she wrote: "Don’t drink the night before fillers." 5Niamh Harkin took to TikTok to share a video of her lip filler experienceCredit: @niamhharkin_/Tiktok 5Her lips were left swollen and bruised following the fillerCredit: @niamhharkin_/Tiktok After having the filler injected, the right side of her lip started to swell and bruise, before things got increasingly worse. In the end, she was left with a huge bruise on the right side of her top lip, and two smaller lumpy bruises on the left side. While Niamh didn't go into detail about why the reaction had occurred, it's a known fact that cosmetologists don't advise drinking for 24 hours ahead of having fillers. This is because alcohol is thought to enlarge blood vessels which, in turn, increases susceptibility to bruising. In the comments section, many people were left stunned...
    GARY NEVILLE criticised Arsenal defenders Ben White and Gabriel after last night's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace. The Eagles surged back from a goal down at Emirates Stadium through goals from Christian Benteke and Odsonne Edouard. 3Ben White drew criticism from Gary NevilleCredit: Reuters 3Gabriel didn't cover himself in gloryCredit: Reuters Substitute Alexandre Lacazette salvaged a point with his 95th minute effort. But Neville, 46, believes that the Gunners will have been disappointed to find themselves 2-1 down in the first place - specifically taking aim at their centre-backs. He said on Monday Night Football: "‘I think Gabriel on the first goal and Ben White on the second have got to do better. "You’ve got to stop Benteke coming on his right foot. So many times you see defenders do this. "Benteke is going to get a shot away, there’s no doubt about that, but make him have a shot from a worse position. Make him have a shot on his weaker foot and he doesn’t do that. "Once Benteke comes back in he takes it really well and he...
    Ciara Shows Some ‘Love’ for Her New Fashion Line in Bodysuit & Combat Boots Giants HC Joe Judge: This is definitely going to get better © Trae Patton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Ariana Grande and Kristin Chenoweth couldn't be more excited to be working together on The Voice! Kristin is the celeb Battle Rounds advisor for Team Ari this season, and last week, they shared the adorable story of how they met (backstage at Wicked when Ari was 10, of course). This week's rehearsal raves, however, were devoted to how much they've learned from each other. "She teaches me all the time," Kristin noted in a super sweet clip she shared to social media on Monday. "Shut up!" Ariana fired back, telling her team members, Raquel Trinidad and Hailey Mia, "I learned everything I know from watching this woman, so, no." It's not just talk. Ari went on to share a life lesson she learned from the Broadway legend that shaped the way she looks at her career and her life. "When we were doing Hairspray Live, you would pitch a joke, or like, a melody...
    Retired Gen. Don Bolduc called for top generals involved in the U.S. withdrawal of Afghanistan to resign during an interview on "The Brian Kilmeade Show" on Tuesday. He urged Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and CENTCOM Commander Gen. Kenneth McKenzie to apologize, take accountability, and resign for the failure to do their jobs, all while the trio testified on Capitol Hill over the chaotic exit which ultimately left 13 U.S. service members dead.  "Ultimately, I've been saying all week long leading up to this that really what we needed to hear first and foremost was an apology for not doing their job, accountability for not doing their job, and a public resignation," said Bolduc, a retired Army brigadier general who served 10 tours in Afghanistan. "All three of those gentlemen up there today have let down the very service members that they were talking about." MILLEY, MCKENZIE SAY THEY RECOMMENDED 2,500 TROOPS STAY IN AFGHANISTAN AFTER BIDEN CLAIMS HE WAS NEVER TOLD  During his testimony, Gen. Milley explained he did recommend keeping 2,500 troops in...
    Young adult novelist Bennett Madison turned in 25 fake letters seeking advice from Slate's Dear Prudence column starting in 2018 A disillusioned novelist turned in fake letters to an advice column to avoid the 'cultural revolutionaries' in the writing world, but cut his experiment short when Tucker Carlson shared one of his fake missives detailing a wife's despair at her COVID-conscious husband's insistence on wearing a mask during sex.  Bennett Madison used fake emails to submit 25 letters to Slate's Dear Prudence column starting in late 2018. Twelve of the letters were answered in print or on the column's podcast. The one that got Carlson's attention - 'My Husband Won’t Take His Mask Off - Even for Sex' - was published in May and describes a wife's frustration over her husband's seemingly permanent pandemic-era accessory.  Madison, writing as 'Maskless and Alone,' vents: 'He wears it to sleep, to do most of his bathroom activities, and, yes, even during lovemaking. To eat, he pulls it up to expose his mouth, and then quickly pulls it back down between bites. 'I...
    A woman has revealed the potentially life-saving advice her Amazon delivery driver gave her while dropping off a package at her new home.  Jessica Huseman, who is known as @_jesshopehuse on TikTok, recently shared a doorbell video that shows her driver, Kelsey, walking up to her front stoop with both a package and a warning.   'Hello Jennifer, I hope your Monday is going well. You have no markers on your house that says what number you are, and that [makes it] hard to find your house, my dude, and it's unsafe, honestly,' the Amazon Flex employee from Texas said in a singsong voice.  Scroll down for video   Viral: Jessica Huseman, who is known as @_jesshopehuse on TikTok, recently shared a doorbell video that shows her Amazon delivery driver, Kelsey, giving her life-saving advice  Advice: The driver from Texas explained that it was difficult to find her home because there weren't any visible house numbers, which could be life-threatening in an emergency  'What if you needed medical assistance and the paramedics didn’t know your town well? Come on man,'...
    More On: scott disick Lisa Rinna says daughter Amelia Hamlin is ‘very happy’ with Scott Disick Amelia Hamlin debuts ‘Lord’ necklace dedicated to boyfriend Scott Disick Scott Disick bails on event after asking small-town restaurant for private jet Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin snuggle up on a boat Scott Disick’s been stealing scenes on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” for a decade and a half — and during his time on the reality show, he picked up some invaluable advice from his famous family. “The one thing I would say I learned from the girls is to always look your best, because there is a high probability that someone is going to take your picture no matter where you’re at,” the 38-year-old entrepreneur told Page Six Style. These days, Disick stays camera-ready with the help of a “pretty simple” skincare routine — “I just wash my face in the morning and before I go to bed with Dove soap, and I also use Neutrogena moisturizer,” he shared — and hair products from In Common Beauty, which he joined earlier this year as...
    Simone Biles. Getty/Carmen Mandato Simone Biles asked her fans to entertain her on Instagram while in quarantine before the Olympics. "Tell me a secret — I'm bored," she wrote in a story. Fans told her about everything from their dating lives to secret pregnancies. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The United States gymnastics team had, until Monday, been unable to go anywhere except their hotel and practice sessions since arriving in Tokyo on Thursday ahead of the Olympic Games. So to pass the time, Simone Biles decided to get her fans to entertain her by sharing their juiciest secrets about everything from dating to pregnancy. "Tell me a secret - I'm bored," she wrote in an Instagram story, according to Reuters. Her 4.4 million followers responded. "I have one of my closest friends muted on Instagram cause she posts the dumbest things," wrote one fan. Biles replied: "Me too. Sometimes it's needed." Others said they had received a secret inheritance, were buying surprise presents for their mothers, and described how they had skipped school. One even...
    James Wiseman was a highly touted prospect when he entered the NBA. And while his progression has been slow, he has shown glimpses of his brilliance. At 7’0″, Wiseman adds great size to a Warriors team that desperately needs it. Right now, it appears that Wiseman is finding his rhythm with the team. And two superstars have been helping him along that road. James Wiseman getting advice from KD and Kyrie Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman spoke to the press recently. Wiseman mentioned Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving have been helping him. Irving told him to continue developing and working hard, while KD explained how the Warriors system works and how he could bring the best out of himself. “Kyrie Irving just told me in order to separate myself from my class, I have to have the effort and just keep putting in the work. Just keep putting in more minutes and more hours into my craft. Just work hard every day. I talk to KD every day. We talk about the system, how he was able to fit...
    New York (CNN Business)Tori Dunlap joined TikTok in March 2020 for the same reason that most people do: To watch quick-fire videos of people dancing, lip-synching and telling jokes. It wasn't until mid-July that Dunlap, the 26-year-old founder of Her First $100K, a money and career website, created her first personal finance TikTok video on why you should have a high-yield savings account. Soon afterward, things started to take off. Within a couple weeks, she landed her first viral video, which called out the myth that you won't be able to afford a house if you buy lattes every day. Now she has over 800,000 followers. Much of Dunlap's content is specifically geared toward women and helping them navigate their personal finances, including how to ask for a raise and negotiating expenses like rent and medical bills. Read MoreDunlap, who notes on her website that she is not a licensed financial adviser, says her parents taught her a lot about money growing up, but she quickly realized that wasn't the case for everyone, especially for women. "Having a financial education...
    Actress Triptii Dimri recalls how one of the best advices she has received in her career so far came from filmmaker Karan Johar. “On my first meeting with K.Jo he said to me, ‘don’t ever restrict yourself, try picking different genres and different roles, so that you keep growing as an actor’. It was a beautiful piece of advice. I think it i best if we as actors keep challenging ourselves,” Triptii said. Bulbbul Actress Tripti Dimri Joins Karan Johar’s Newly-Launched DCA Talent Agency (View Pics). After a small role in the film Poster Boy in 2017, she gained visibility with her role in the romantic tragedy Laila Majnu the next year. However, it was her role in the OTT-released horror thriller Bulbbul last year that won her critical appreciation too, along with popularity. Fashion Face-Off: Mithila Palkar or Tripti Dimri in Pink Porcupines? Whose Sunshine Chicness Is Better? The actress celebrates her birthday with special people on Tuesday. “I like to celebrate my birthday with people who are extremely important. Last year I was at home but this year...
    DONALD Trump got “bad advice” that Mike Pence had powers to overturn the election result, the Vice-President’s former chief of staff has said. During the Capitol Hill siege, rioters appeared to scream "hang Mike Pence" after Donald Trump blamed the "furious" Pence for not blocking Joe Biden's win. 6Donald Trump speaking at the 'Save America' rallyCredit: Reuters 6Mike Pence announcing Joe Biden's certification as President-electCredit: Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved The MAGA fans stormed Congress as lawmakers were voting on certifying Joe Biden as the then President-elect on January 6. Mark Short has now told CNN that Pence “had a strong viewpoint as to what his role was” supposed to be that day  “I think unfortunately the president was getting bad advice from people who had articulated that the Vice President would have some extraordinary powers that had never been used before in the history of our country,” he said. He went on to say that the “poor legal advice that the president was receiving…I think led him to believe that there was a different role the vice president could play on that day”. The apparent chants for...
    Former Robinhood customer service staff have revealed how the app's users are left to fend for themselves as agents do not have the qualifications that authorize them to give financial advice. The former employees claim that pleas from users often going unanswered as licensed brokers are too busy to give support and the staff hired to answered the company's hotline – which has since been terminated – unable to offer the help that was needed. Customers have previously raised concerns over the response time from the company with more than 650 complaints filed with the Federal Trade Commission about Robinhood Financial LLC and its subsidiaries in 2020 alone. It comes after the family of a 20-year-old college student who killed himself last year after seeing a negative cash balance of more than $730,000 in his Robinhood account sued the company this week for wrongful death. Alex Kearns, 20, died on June 12, 2020, after apparently throwing himself in front of an oncoming freight train in his hometown of Naperville, Illinois. Scroll down for video  Former Robinhood employee Katy LaPlante...
    Supreme Court blocks enforcement of some California COVID-19 rules for churches AP analysis: Federal executions likely a COVID superspreader Joanna Gaines reveals best advice she got from other moms in celebration of sons 16th In celebrating her eldest son's Sweet 16, Joanna Gaines took a moment to reminisce about the early days. The former HGTV star and current Magnolia businesswoman marked her oldest son Drake’s 16th birthday Friday with a post on Instagram, alongside an adorable photo of her Drake as a toddler. Gaines also took a moment to pay tribute to the support she received as a new mom. “Drake was my little shop baby and he came to work with me every day,” she wrote. “I was either wearing him on me or he was sleeping in the pack n play behind the counter.” When Drake was born, Gaines and her husband Chip Gaines were buying and remodeling homes. It would still be nearly a decade before their hugely popular HGTV show “Fixer Upper” would launch. In 2005, when Drake was born, she was a first-time mother...
    Whether it's trimming the tree or trying out new treats, Martha Stewart has been the Queen of Christmas for decades and she's dolling out her seasonal advice for 2020 to DailyMailTV's Alicia Quarles. Despite festivities being toned down because of the pandemic, Martha is still making spirits bright with a new sparkling wine offering from the Martha Stewart Wine Company, as well as her eponymous line of festive holiday decor. During her exclusive interview, the domestic goddess also revealed how a few words from Oscar winning director Steven Spielberg helped her truly understand the impact of Martha Stewart Living. Yuletide cheer: Whether it's trimming the tree or trying out new treats, Martha Stewart has been the Queen of Christmas for decades and she's dolling out her seasonal advice for 2020 to DailyMailTV's Alicia Quarles
    The 7 Best VR Headsets for Immersive Gaming Joey Logano, Hailie Deegan team up with Ford for holiday food drive The Voice Winner Carter Rubin Shares the Career Advice He Got From Coach Gwen Stefani (Exclusive) © Trae Patton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Carter Rubin is the newest winner of The Voice, and he says he has coach Gwen Stefani to thank! ET's Cassie DiLaura spoke with the 15-year-old performer from Shoreham, New York, on Wednesday after his big win, where he admitted he was "still in shock." "I'm just so grateful and so blessed, because there's been so many incredibly talented singers this season," he raved. "I think my win was due to Gwen's coaching. She's phenomenal." Carter became the youngest-ever male winner of The Voice on Tuesday night, after wowing the coaches all season with his powerful vocals and mature stage presence. And he said his time on the show was a literal dream come true. "It means everything and more," he said. "I'm a huge fan of the show, I've been watching the show forever. I was just thinking back...
    Never mind the political messenger: When it comes to COVID-19 guidance, trust the message, experts say First look: Puzzle game Maquette puts a new spin on the classic love story Drew Lock got great advice from backup Brett Rypien Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock had the best game of his young career in Sunday’s win over the Carolina Panthers, and the former second-round pick says he has his backup to thank for that. © Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock Lock completed 21-of-27 passes for 280 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in Denver’s 32-27 win. When asked about the performance, he told reporters he received some great advice from backup QB Brett Rypien during the week. “You’re good enough to make the big play,” Lock says Rypien told him, per DNVR’s Zac Stevens. “Make it when it’s there. Check these balls down if it’s not there.” Lock has a big arm and tends to force the ball downfield and into coverage. Learning to take the checkdown rather than always trying to make the big play...
    4 WELCOME to Ask Chloe, the no-holds-barred advice column with Chloe Madeley. Each week Chloe answers sex-and-relationships problems, offering unflinching advice on how to deal with everything from lacklustre sex to finding the perfect partner. 4Fabulous' new agony aunt Chloe Madeley gives no-nonsense advice to two women with different sex problems this week Do you have a problem for Chloe? Send them to her here Q. What should a couple do if one of them is into kinky stuff and the other isn’t? I’ve been with my girlfriend for years and I love her so much, but I’m not sure we’re compatible sexually. I have some kinky fantasies I just can’t get out of my head, but she’s much more straight-laced than me. I don’t think she’d be into it and I’m too nervous to even raise the topic in case it makes her uncomfortable. Sometimes she makes me feel like a freak for thinking about anyone other than her… but surely that’s normal? 4One bloke is worried he and his girlfriend are sexually incompatible Credit: Getty Images - Getty A....
    The Scream, Edvard Munch For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter.I’ve seen and heard from a surprising number of liberals who feel like they need to be talked off the ledge over the upcoming election. In one sense, this is hardly surprising after 2016. If Donald Trump could pull an election victory out of thin air four years ago, what’s to say he can’t do it again? I am here to talk you down from this particular ledge. Consider: First off, it turns out that the 2016 polls weren’t actually off by more than two or three points at most. There’s really no reason to worry that this year’s polls are likely to be wildly off. What’s more, in this year’s polls Joe Biden is much farther ahead than Hillary Clinton was in 2016. The Economist has him 8.4 points ahead. 538 has him 10.2 points ahead. Real Clear Politics has him 8.6 points ahead. Even an error of two or three points wouldn’t change things much, and...
    Diversifying the flight deck: Less than 1% of US pilots are Black women Why Regional Supermarket Wegmans is the Best in the Country ‘Save early and save often’ is great advice, and here’s what to do if you got a late start We all know the advice on retirement planning. © Provided by CNBC Amy Blacklock, 52, managed an early retirement by cutting expenses and boosting her salary. The younger you start, the easier it will be, and the less you'll have to save. Load Error Not everyone, however, is able to get that early start. Ironically, the most common retirement savings account, the 401(k) plan, is not delivering adequate savings, according to the Economic Policy Institute. Americans ages 56 to 61 had a median 401(k) balance of just $21,000 in 2016, the institute found, using Survey of Consumer Finance data. The good news is, it's never too late. For one thing, you've still got compounding interest on your side. Even over a short period of time, it is a powerful tool, says Morgan Hill, CEO and owner...
    Q: What happens to lemon cars after manufacturers buy them back? Do they scrap those cars or sell them as used cars? Simon Chng, Fremont Like Mr. Roadshow’s Facebook page for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commuting. A: Brace yourself. Some lemons get resold. While all states have lemon laws, California requires that the certificate of title and registration be marked “Lemon Law Buyback” and a decal be attached to the car which reads “Lemon Law Buyback.” In California, a vehicle is presumed to be a lemon if, within 18 months of the vehicle’s delivery to the buyer (or 18,000 miles on the odometer), there were two or more attempts by the manufacturer to repair a warranty-covered problem significant enough that it could result in death or serious injury. Q: I was struck by the story about the person with the lemon BMW. I had a Dodge pickup with engine problems, and more specifically, pistons not firing evenly. I took it back to the dealer where I purchased the vehicle several times while under...
    Virus updates: Texas passes staggering 10K deaths British retailer M&S to slash 7,000 jobs over the next 3 months following COVID-19 sales slump Today Show host Al Roker on how he balances his many side hustles — including starring on Broadway — and the powerful career advice he got from William Shatner © Provided by Business Insider Al Roker. Heidi Gutman Guillaume Dan Schawbel is a bestselling author, speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the "5 Questions with Dan Schawbel" podcast, where he interviews world-class humans by asking them just five questions in under 10 minutes. He recently interviewed Al Roker, the co-host of NBC's The Today Show and author of "You Look so Much Better in Person." Roker is able to manage a full-time job and seven side hustles by getting up an hour early. When asked for his best career advice, Al said that it's important to know the the power of saying yes — and the power of saying no. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Born in Queens, New York, Al Roker...
    Being a dad is hard work, but these fathers know all the tricks to keep their kids happy.In celebration of Father's Day, we're highlighting dads who are winning the parenting game.In the media player above, we feature some pretty cool dads: one rides his skateboard while holding his toddler and another flies a plane with his daughter in the passenger seat.But everyday dads can win too, whether it's by using a vacuum to make a ponytail or cracking their kids up with their best dad joke!VIDEO: Real people share the best advice they ever got from their dadsEMBED More News Videos We asked people from across the U.S. to share the best advice they got from their father figures.
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