Daily News & Analysis Yoko Ono opens up about John Lennon's infidelity Daily News & Analysis Ono said that Lennon was staggering around and went into another room and started making love to a woman. File photo of John Lennon - Getty Images.
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“Words really flattering are not those which we propose but those which escape us unthinkably.” ~Ninon de L'Enclos
Suddenly, I realized that the people sitting around that table possessed something that I didn’t: a passion for life coupled with an arsenal of intellectual and conversational skills that had somehow escaped me during my over three decades on this earth.
As I watched the playful and at times tense (think Italians flailing their arms around in the air and the French shrugging their shoulders and rolling their eyes) exchange of ideas and opinions, I made another observation. The most captivating woman in the room was not necessarily the most beautiful one or the one carrying the Birkin (now don’t get me wrong, I love a Birkin). She was the one who knew how to use her passion paired with words to charm the audience.
"Ever wonder how your relationship went from kisses, smiles and fun, to way too much work?"
The good news is that you are not alone, and it’s pretty typical for the passion to wane as relationships grow in length.
We could look for the “why’s” in that all day long, but it really is not going to get us anywhere—and might even have us going ’round and ’round.
What we do know is that relationships ebb and flow. We've learned that the initial lust and passion that is felt at the beginning of the relationship is not sustainable and that love evolves throughout our lives.
A new sodium-laced report about the GOOP-y bombshell Vanity Fair is about to drop in its Gwyneth Paltrow cover story next month may have the answer as to why the actress has been feuding with the magazine and warning her friends to decline...
Church discipline: How accountability has changed — and hasn't — for today's ... Chattanooga Times Free Press Meanwhile, extramarital affairs and premarital sex are moral crises facing congregations across the country, he said.
Woman burned by husband dies at Goa Medical College and Hospital Times of India Vasco police said, "The couple often fought as the wife suspected the husband of having an extramarital affair." Last Sunday, August 25, Hemamari Kadarkhot and her...
“Romantic goals change from finding boyfriends to finding hook up buddies… a guy we don’t actually really like, but we think he is really attractive and hot and good in bed.” ~ Student at University of Pennsylvania
"The death of love and romance for our youth is not really news. I have been witnessing the diminishing numbers of kids choosing to partner for over a decade within my own kids. They were among a small minority of their peers in high school that had steady boy and girl friends. As singles at the University, they both reported how dating was dead.
This generation of college students doesn’t believe in romance. How could they when everyone they know is hooking up? This new form of relationship is actually just sex without the relationship. "