I may be alone but I am routing for Tiger. He made huge mistakes but I hope he continues to do the work to become a man of honesty and integrity, a "good" man as he put it.
When I found out Tiger Woods would offer a public apology last Friday, I wanted to hear it. It isn't my responsibility to judge his sincerity. But I was interested because of my own experiences with amends.
"Once we heard Tiger's claim 'My wife never attacked me' said a GM spokesperson, "it was obvious that the vehicle itself must be at fault. Sports celebrities are attracted to Cadillac Escalades like magnets, and apparently so are golf clubs."
God is going to speak on Friday. Not Churchill or Lincoln. Tiger Woods. Himself. Here's the speech Tiger will give and here's the speech he'd like to give.
After expressing regret for his "transgressions" in a written statement in December but maintaining that "(p)ersonal sins should not require press rel...
In the days leading up to Valentine's Day, several real-life romances have emerged as potential threats to the on-screen classics like Bogart and Bacall and Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
On Saturday (Feb. 6), radaronline was first to report that Tiger Woods left a rehab clinic in Mississippi. The "World Exclusive" reported that Tiger immediately joined his wife, Elin Nordegren.
Plenty of celebrities have seen their marriages exposed on the public stage with embarrassing details. Often, the wife not act on any revenge impulses until the spotlight fades and the marriage crumbles.
"I'm Tiger Woods," the golf legend says in the spot, which is to be aired on all the major broadcast and cable networks. "Texting while married is not only stupid, it's dangerous - you can wind up totaling your car."
I predict that to mark his grand return, Tiger Woods will appear on 60 Minutes, Oprah and ESPN, and then disappear again.
t's clear from his resolutions that Tiger Woods is moving from the denial phase to the change phase of this life-altering moment.
What happens to grown men who lose a hero? My husband is one of many men who admired Tiger because he had it all - success on the course, generosity, ...
The media is filled with details and stories about Tiger Woods, and sprinkled with the folks saying, 'What's the big deal?' It is a good question. Why is it such a big deal? I have a theory...
I don't really care that he can play golf. In the game of life, where integrity and character is the measure of the person's true worth, Tiger Woods is a loser.
It has been a banner year for marital tankings. We're talking supreme tankage here. So, let's do a round up of the extreme highs and the lowest of the lows of marital woes 2009.
Having a partner of great physical beauty is like moving into a home with a fabulous view. At first the view is all that you see. After a year you notice the view less, focusing more on the things that "need to be fixed."