It hasn’t always been a social norm that men can’t hold hands with other men in public. Luckily, this arbitrary and pointless taboo is going by the wayside, mostly thanks to celebs like these who are holdin’ proud.
We all have a few embarrassing exes in our closet—it doesn’t mean you can’t hold your head high and go on to better places.
Rich and famous actress or no, there is one thing that is beyond debate about Jolie’s experience: it’s very hard to sit in a doctor’s office and hear that you have a near-90% chance of getting cancer (the same cancer that killed your mother) unless you undergo major surgery.
Whether they’ve been married six months or 25 years, all of these pairs show that love, humor, and honesty can build a relationship that survives anything – even fame. Everybody all together now: awwww.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve nursed most of my breakups with Facebook stalking, Ben & Jerry’s and a chaser of Tequila.
Maybe those Sonic Youth songs will never sound the same again. Maybe the band will never record another note. Here’s what I do know: these two people have plenty of power on their own, and they don’t get it from being with each other.
You don’t get to be America’s Sweetheart by playing dumb. Witherspoon instantly knew to spin the situation to win maximum brownie points from the couple-loving public.
There’s still a lot that needs to be understood about the science of stalking—most interested researchers believe it has been woefully understudied.
Delaying that big party not only gives you something to celebrate and to really look forward to, but it also lets you craft a ceremony that means more to you as a couple.
A few months ago, longtime couple Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito announced their separation. But then a few weeks later they made another announcement: they were going to work it out. Meet eight other couples who called off the divorce – or who got married all over again.