Everyone's a-Twitter about the latest Hollywood marriage to crash and burn. It seems like only yesterday when Kim Kardashian exchanged vows with pro-basketball player Kris Humphries and, after 72-days, and it pretty much was.
Why, after such devastating pain from the actions of her unfaithful partner, would a woman do this to herself? It is actually due to a faulty coping mechanism.
How many of us have ever attended a wedding or bought a gift and thought,"This couple ain't gonna last?!" Yet somehow, that doesn't stop us from crying during the vows.
One can only imagine how Kim Kardashian will be able to monetize the divorce. I suspect there is another two-part television special and numerous magazine covers already in the works.
When we hear about celebrity couples splitting up, it's often due to infidelity -- or so we're told by the gossip magazines. What is never reported are the couples who divorce due to one or the other having a sexual dysfunction.
Like all things preventative, if you can detect relationship problems early on, you have a better chance of fixing the relationship before it dies.
Where does this unresolved anger come from? How can a couple who were once so enchanted and in love with one another end up in such a hateful and venomous place?
Celebrity gossip is Aesop's Fables for adults: a based-on-a-true-story morality tale that teaches a life lesson.
You may have been hearing about rising rates of divorce among married, heterosexual baby boomers. While I am an advocate for any adult couple choosing...
A lesson I took away from my two divorces: learn to flip the accepted wisdom, no matter how accepted or instinctive it is.
It's hard to normalize the celebrity marriage and divorce for the rest of us. After all, we're highly unlikely to end up married to an immigrant ex-b...
Some not-so-shocking news last week when it was announced that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver are getting a divorce.
What happens between adults is none of our business. What is our business is how we discuss this with our own children and, I hope, how we can leave the children of these public and private people alone.
With the bombshell that Arnold had a baby 10 years ago...
Fifty-four years after publication, Ayn Rand's magnum opus..
When handling a legal matter for a celebrity client, especially in the family law arena...