If you had told me when I was 25 that at 50 I would be divorced and raising a daughter on my own I would have looked at you like you were nuts.
Some people are better at romance recovery than others. Recent reports suggest that Elin Nordegren is struggling to accept the new partner of her ex-husband, Tiger Woods.
'm not sure that any custody battle is worth it. Kids are always sucked into the vortex of conflict and the richer, crazier parent is usually the victor.
Christie Brinkley tied the knot four times, but that's nothing compared to some of the stars on this list.
Music always makes unpleasant things just a little bit more enjoyable: cleaning, commuting, working out, breaking up. So it occurred to me, why not make a playlist for getting divorced? After all, isn't divorce the ultimate "break-up"?
You know what word the magazine used to describe Bethenny? Driven. And they said it like it was a bad thing. Here's why I have a problem with this: Because I have a daughter. And on any given day she wants to be a wife, actor, mother, dancer, writer, doctor, rockstar, teacher.
The next time you feel challenged by being -- or getting -- unmarried, ask yourself: "What would Emily Post say?"
When the Internet told me that Amy Poehler and Will Arnett are splitting after nine years of marriage, I audibly gasped.
Celebrities are the population at large that we hear about when it comes to break ups (not Jane & John Doe so much unless they're our personal friends or next-door neighbors) so let's run down the list of post 50 celebs who bailed out of relationships after 15 -- or more -- years together.
While settling a divorce that quickly in Hollywood -- or anywhere for that matter -- would normally be a "mission impossible," Holmes and Cruise did it in record time.
Will Tom Cruise decide that it's more important to be a devoted dad or a disciple of Scientology? Katie Holmes may force him to choose.
Now that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have dissolved their mutually beneficial union, where do they go from here? Nowhere but up. One of the things the American consumer of celebrity loves even more than a love story is a reinvention.
Tom Cruise may have been -- and still is -- a handsome, rich superstar and a gorgeous guy who starred in your Top Gun bedroom poster, but Katie Holmes and all the women out there have to marry the real man and not a fictionalized man of your dreams.
The Today Show just went through a divorce. Based on statistics, the scene which played out on our television screens was familiar to more than half the viewing audience. It was to me.
What can average citizens learn from the divorce mistakes of the rich and famous?
Celebrity marriage is almost oxymoronic if not just moronic and we don't need a study to tell us that. What we do need is to learn from the flawed foundations of famous marital flameouts so we, and who knows maybe some celebrities, can avoid becoming sudden bachelors (again).