What can average citizens learn from the divorce mistakes of the rich and famous?
At this rate, the Indian tourism ministry is going to have to start including a health warning and a loyalty card with wedding permits.
I try to take absolutely no pleasure in celebrity breakups -- our national bloodsport in recent years. That said, this one just makes me sad -- two nice people who seemed so very happy, and then not. So here's my mostly downbeat playlist for Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher.
Demi -- your doormat days are done! Congratulations, you've just saved your self-respect.
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.
A lesson I took away from my two divorces: learn to flip the accepted wisdom, no matter how accepted or instinctive it is.
What is up with all the short-term marriages these days? Is it that we get so addicted to those feelings of lust that we have lost touch with the real meaning of love?
According to the Chinese calendar, 2010 was the year of the tiger. In the celebrity universe, it was the year of the Tiger divorce. Sandra and Jesse's...
Celebrities, you are now living in the fishbowl of a kiss-tell-and-sell society, and you need to learn that there are no secrets in a TMZ world. You can heed my warning or you can learn the hard way.
The fascination that we have about the "celebusphere" seems far beyond just mere interest and entertainment.
A few stars are particularly skilled at bouncing back from their painful splits in a nanosecond. Here's a look at eight celebrity rebounds we honestly didn't see coming:
In every marriage, whether a long or short one, "the part of me that is only me" is the hardest part to hang on to.
It's the curious case of Tipper and the former Veep Of conduct untoward we haven't heard a peep While there's no sign of a jaunt down the Appalachian ...
Just imagine the very special panel Larry King could assemble for this story. Personally, I'm a longtime Larry-head, so I genuinely hope that this is his best divorce yet.
Run, Sandra, run from Jesse James like he's the plague. His cheating won't hurt you but his association with Neo Nazism will!
Jamie and Frank McCourt's divorce proceedings reveal a narcissistic couple who spent lavishly on everything and yet haven't solved who actually owns their largest asset: the LA Dodgers.