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Cancer survivor, Suzanne Somers, believes in balancing your hormones for a long, healthy life.
Suzanne Somers was born October 16, 1946 in California, and she has led a full, exciting life as a successful actress, author and businesswoman — paving the way for women in the health and wellness industry with her numerous best-selling books about aging, ridding your body of toxins and balancing hormones.
Somers was raised in an Irish-American Catholic family. Her mother was a medical secretary and her father was a laborer and gardener. Unfortunately, recalls her childhood as “joyless” due to her father’s battle with alcohol addiction.
Suzanne married Bruce Somers at the age of 19, gave birth to her son, Bruce Jr, in November 1965, and then divorced her husband not long after.
After becoming a model on the Anniversary Game show, Suzanne Somers met her second husband, Alan Hamel — they married in 1977 and have been happily together ever since.
Known for her roles as Chrissy Snow on the sitcom Three’s Company in 1977 and as Carol Foster in the 1991 TV show Step By Step, famously blonde Somers has appeared on a variety of television shows and movies over the past few decades.
In 2001, Suzanne Somers was diagnosed with breast cancer, which she successfully treated with radiation therapy and lscador, a drug made from a mistletoe extract.
After her acting career, Suzanne Somers started promoting beauty and fitness brands through her online store. She was most famous for her involvement with The Thighmaster, but she her expertise as a fitness guru to the next level by writing numerous books. According to Somers, “writing is my greatest passion because I can share the things that matter most to me with you.” As of this year, Suzanne Somers has authored over twenty books, 14 of them being New York Times bestsellers — including Sexy Forever, Knockout and The Sexy Years. Her most recent book release, A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging came out in January 2020, and it covers topics about aging well and natural alternatives that will increase your aging process to be a good one.
Over the last few months, Suzanne Somers has faced backlash for posting a nude photo on her Instagram with the caption, “Here I am at 73 in my Birthday Suit!!!“, but many of her fans praise her …
What is an intimate relationship? Quotes that define the characteristics of real emotional intimacy.
Intimacy in relationships is commonly misconstrued. It’s not all about the physical aspect of your relationship. It’s deeper and more meaningful and emotional than that. Love has to be given more credit. If someone only finds intimacy with their significant other in the physicality of their relationship, maybe that connection and those feelings should be reconsidered. Everyone deserves to be loved entirely for everything they are and stand for.
Intimacy is emotions, love, thoughts, effort, smiles, laughs, memories, fights, and passion.
Too many times love is taken for granted and not appreciated the way that it should be. Lust is so frequently mistaken for love. Feelings and attachments that develop from a purely physical relationship make things complicated when people are trying not to build an actual relationship. It’s so hard to be physical with a person without developing some sort of feelings or attachments for them. That’s how people work. A lot of love stories start from a simple hook up because they end up spending so much time together due to their moments of lust and horniness that they can’t help but start to get to know that person regardless of their intentions going into the situation.
Intimacy in a relationship is often not given enough respect either. People tend to dive right into the physical aspect of a relationship because that’s fun and exciting, but it can also take away from the real emotional connections between two people. Or it can even distract the couple from a lack of emotional connection between them that they’re not yet ready to address. If two people are in a bad relationship and they just avoid their problems by being physical, it prevents them from growing closer and getting better emotionally and mentally with each other because all they think about and focus on is the intimacy between them physically.
1. Open your heart to those who’ve earned it.
“There’s a place in your heart where nobody’s been. Take me there.” — Rascal Flatts
2. Honesty is the best policy.
“Intimacy is about truth. When you realize you can tell someone your truth, when you can show yourself to them, when you stand in front of them and their response is ‘you’re safe with me’, that’s intimacy.” — Taylor Jenkins Reid
3. Dreaming about those you love …
How is Brad Pitt doing? Better than ever.
If you don’t know the name Brad Pitt, you probably live under a rock. But if you have seen Fight Club maybe a few hundred times, you are in the right place!
William Bradley Pitt —known to all of us simply as legendary heartthrob, Brad Pitt — is an American actor and producer who has a lengthy and impressive resume. Born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Pitt didn’t start out famous — he started his career in the film industry in college, after having a change of heart and dropping out of school just two credits shy of graduating from the University of Missouri. Brad Pitt headed straight to Los Angeles, California, at the age of 24, where he spent his first couple of months as a chauffer and delivering refrigerators while trying to figure out how to become an actor.
After he enrolled in an acting class, his scene partner asked if he would accompany her and her agent for an audition. The agent decided to sign Brad Pitt and his acting career skyrocketed almost immediately.
Brad Pitt’s first couple of appearances were in television series such as Dallas, Growing Pains, and Glory Days. In 1989, Pitt made his big day debut in the horror film Cutting Class. Soon after, he landed a role in the film Across The Tracks, which gave him the attention to be picked up for Thelma and Louise. Although he received a short bit of screen time in this film, it was enough for everyone to rewind their VCR’s and pause those moments where the (a little older than) teenage heartthrob was present.
Pitt went on to grab numerous acting roles, but one of the biggest was the adaptation of Interview With the Vampire, where he worked alongside Tom Cruise.
Brad Pitt has won multiple awards throughout his acting career, such as Golden Globes, Emmy awards, as well as many nominations. Pitt has a producing company called “Plan B Entertainment,” and he is a global activist who advocates for stem-cell research, poverty, and AIDS. Pitt is also one of the founders of “Not On Our Watch” — an organization that raises global awareness to violations of human rights in countries like Darfur and others.
Brad Pitt is easily one of the most recognizable actors in Hollywood, even to this day, and continues …
Inspire someone on Twitter during this dark period in history.
One post on Twitter can go viral on social media. Words make a difference in someone’s life.
So, why not post a comforting Bible verse during today’s COVID-19 crisis?
Why post comforting Bible verses on Twitter?
We are always looking for inspiration and social media is a great way to communicate globally during times of social distancing.
The potential of death and the fear the world faces at the prospects of losing someone they love open the hearts of everyone.
People are searching desperately for a kind word, a thought that inspires or to reach for the faith and the great beyond in hopes of finding answers.
There are so many questions swirling around on social media when it comes to the COVID-19 crisis.
From what it looks like, feels like and what to do if you suspect that you have caught it.
But, one question that many people have in their hearts also involves a question about their faith — why would God allow something like this to happen.
A post on places like Twitter informs the world and gives them a reason to think deeply.
When people go on Twitter, they want to find poetry in life.
Social media fuels our motivation (or demotivates us) for living, working and loving others during times of hardship.
What makes Twitter so powerful is its ability to make a point in a concise way.
It’s because we generally want our inspiration and comfort to come in a few short words.
During this COVID-19 crisis, we have heard celebrities give us their point of view.
They help us to change our perspective and to see light in the darkness, too.
When people post on Twitter, they turn to poets and philosophers to retweet their words, but sometimes a hashtag may lead someone to you.
But what we don’t realize is some of the best one-liners can come directly from the ancient texts, such as a comforting Bible verse.
It may seem like the Bible is too old or out of date to apply to our lives in modern times, but I encourage you to give it a chance.
Regardless if you are a religious person or not, these stanzas provide comfort to us all.
Here 10 best Bible verses to use as comforting quotes as posts on Twitter.
1. Nothing is impossible.…
Here are their secrets to a successful relationship.
Falling in love? That’s the easy part. But once the honeymoon dust settles, how do you nurture a loving and lasting relationship? What’s the glue that holds it all together?
From New York to Los Angeles and towns in between, YourTango set out to discover that answer by asking, “What’s the best love advice you ever heard?”
Here, you’ll learn the marriage mantra Kyra Sedgwick shared with Angie Harmon, why actor Eric Dane considers himself so lucky in love, and much more.
“My mom always used to say, “You can’t say I love you before you can say I.” And I think that sort of makes sense.” — Mindy Kaling
“From my mom and dad, because they’re happily married for a long time: Just listen. Listen to him. I’m so independent and driven and stubborn. Just let him talk. It’s about not being so stubborn and having to win every argument. My parents set a great example. They love each other and take care of each other so much.” — Erin Andrews
“It’s kind of cheesy, but my mama, who you all have seen on the show, says to cook for your man. She’s Southern, so when he comes home, be pullin’ a pie out of the oven. That’s always been her advice, and you know what? It works. Your man wants to see you in the kitchen, puttin’ some love into some food; it works for Eric, that’s for sure.” — Jessie James
“The best advice I’ve ever been given is being handed a Bible. That’s the blueprint for marriage that we go by, and that’s what our marriage is grounded in. We also have other married couples who are examples in our lives. My parents have been married over 40 years, and both sets of grandparents for over 65 years. When you see couples in long-term relationships and you see them go through good times and bad times, you realize it’s about being committed enough and loving your partner enough to hang in there regardless.” — Candace Cameron Bure
“My mom told me, “It shouldn’t be that difficult.” My parents had their moments for sure, but the majority of their relationship has been really great. It shouldn’t be that much work to make love work.” — Anthony Carrino
“Always be honest.” — John Colaneri…
A true woman of God.
Want to be inspired by a woman of faith?
Joyce Meyer is an evangelist, American Christian author, pastor, and president of Joyce Meyer Ministries who has helped countless women overcome their fears in life.
Who is Joyce Meyer?
Joyce Meyer is an evangelist, American Christian author, pastor, and president of Joyce Meyer Ministries.
She built her industry from nothing, except her strong faith in God, and her call to deliver others using the Word of the Lord.
Meyer was born as Patricia Joyce Hutchison on June 4, 1943.
She didn’t have an idyllic childhood. Her father left to fight in World War II after she was born.
Upon his return, she has reported that he sexually abused her throughout most of her childhood.
Her sexual abuse survivorship is a topic she discusses openly in her conferences.
Coming from difficult circumstances, it was no surprise that she married young.
Directly after high school, she was wed to her first husband.
This was not a happy marriage. Meyer was often cheated on and her then-husband would coax her into stealing payroll checks from her employer.
After five years, she finally ended her marriage. Soon, after her divorce was finalized, she met and married engineer Dave Meyer.
They were married for almost ten years before Joyce was called to preach the word of God.
Joyce Meyer is a woman of faith.
She cites that she was driving in her car when she heard the Lord call her name.
She started out small, leading a Bible study on Sunday mornings in the church basement, but it didn’t take her long to rise up.
Within five years in ministry, Meyer was the church associate pastor.
During this time, she began airing a small 15-minute radio broadcast.
As the program gained popularity, Meyer decided that it was time to leave her current position at the church and try to expand her radio show.
The broadcast was picked up by 6 networks. She was officially syndicated!
In 1993, Meyer moved her radio show to the silver screen. Her television show, Enjoying Life Everyday, is still airing today.
In 2005, Myer was listed as one of the most influential evangelists in America.
Today, Meyer is worth over 8 million dollars.
Her books were bought by Hachette Book Group for $10 million dollars, and she as her own televised ministry called, “Life in the …
Legendary Country Music Star dies, Kenny Rogers at 81.
Award-winning singer/ songwriter, Kenny Rogers was born on August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas. He was the fourth of eight children to Lucile Lois, a nurse’s assistant and Edward Rogers, a carpenter. He worked as a busboy at the Rice Hotel and swept floors at a hat store for nine dollars a week. In 1949, he won a talent show at the Texan Theatre. His music career spanned over six decades.
From the 1950s, Rogers was a teenage rock sensation with a hit song, “That Crazy Feeling” which resulted in his National TV appearance on “American Bandstand”. He worked along with bands and as a solo artist.
His album and song, “The Gambler” released in 1978, the hit song became huge in the country and pop industry in which he won a second Grammy award. Rogers had 24 number-one hits and he is a sixth time Grammy award-winning artist. In 2013, the hit country legend was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Besides being a legendary musician, Rogers has published several books including a 2012 autobiography.
Until recent years it has been quoted that “he would choose success over family”. He has also stated that he has “regretted that decision because he missed out on the good years of his children growing up”.
Sadly, Kenny Rogers, 81, died at his home on March 20, 2020, from natural causes while he was under hospice care. He was surrounded by family. He leaves behind his wife, Wanda Miller and five children (three from previous relationships) in which he loved to spend most of his time.
Kenny Rogers’ music has impacted the history of American and Country Music. His music has touched the lives of many people across the world. Rogers’ legacy will continue to live on through his music. Here some of the best Kenny Rogers’s quotes to remember him by.
1. There is no in-between in friendship.
“You can’t make old friends. You either have them or you don’t.” —Kenny Rogers
2. Sometimes singing has more impact rather than saying them.
“If you want people to know what your message is, just sing it.”—Kenny Rogers
3. If you love something it is who you are not what you do.
“Music is what I am, everything else is what I do.”—Kenny Rogers
4. Know your battles.
“You gotta know when to …
For anyone who’s hanging on by a thread, there is hope.
Everyone gets sad sometimes. But if you (or someone you love) is severely depressed, you know it’s more than just feeling sad.
Sometimes people get to the point of not wanting to live. Sadly, people may consider turning to suicide when they feel they have no other options.
If you or someone you know is at this point, it’s time to get some outside help.
As you do, we want to remind you that things really do get better, even though, sometimes, it seems impossible to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
If you have contemplated suicide, or even survived an attempt, don’t be ashamed. You are not weak — you are strong. And you will get through this.
But sometimes getting a little help from someone that is not yourself is exactly the thing you need to keep on going, even when you don’t feel the drive to live anymore.
For immediate help, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 to speak with someone who knows exactly what you’re going through.
Or if you have a loved one that’s having a tough time, or if you need just a little boost yourself, read on.
We’ve collected a these 10 uplifting suicide prevention quotes to remind you this is not the end of the road — there are better, brighter, happier days ahead.
1.”The real reason for not committing suicide is because you always know how swell life gets again after the hell is over.” — Ernest Hemingway
2. “Grit your teeth and let it hurt. Don’t deny it, don’t be overwhelmed by it. It will not last forever.” — Rabbi Harold Kushner
3. “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” — Winston Churchill
4. “The pain passes, but the beauty remains.” — Pierre August Renoir
5. “Hope is a necessity for normal life and the major weapon against the suicide impulse.” — Karl Menninger
6. “When I was 14, I came very close to becoming a gay teen suicide ‘statistic,’ but I then turned to music, my piano, my loved ones, and discovered that it does in fact get better.” — Blake McIver Ewing
7. “Place your hand over your heart, can you feel it? That is called purpose. You’re alive for a reason so don’t ever give up.” — Unknown
8. “Think …
Distance and time makes the heart grow fonder.
First, if you or someone you know is in a long-distance relationship, please accept the round of applause I am giving you all right now. I couldn’t imagine being apart from my significant other for more than a week, let alone weeks or months on end!
The real question is, how do you do it? How can you get through those days and nights without embracing your loved one, or setting up a coffee date with your partner when your workweek has just been too hectic?
The long-distance relationship quotes below prove that life isn’t easy when you’re far apart, but a lot of the time it is worth it.
Being miles apart from the person you love can feel like you two will never see each other. Even with your closest friends and family around, they won’t be able to give you the love your significant other would give you.
After all, the greatest love songs and poems may have come to fruition because of long-distance love.
Why is it that the strongest bonds are often miles apart from one another? There may be certain times in our lives where a long-distance romance isn’t something we’d consider. However, when you meet the person you truly love, distance is nothing but a mere pebble in your walk of life together.
Both of you know that this separation may be temporary, and you are two very emotionally strong people to get through it together.
One thing I will say is to stay strong. Do not give up on this relationship just because you may not be physically together.
What are some things you turn to for reassurance during these times? Here’s one thing to do: read the list below of our picks of the best long-distance relationship quotes that we have compiled just for you!
Use these uplifting quotes for the days where you’re feeling extra lonely, in need of a nostalgic feeling, or even just a relatable couple words.
1. We are still together.
“I don’t cry because we’ve been separated by distance, and for a matter of years. Why? Because for as long as we share the same sky and breathe the same air, we’re still together.”— Donna Lynn Hope
2. The distance can do strange things.
“I know we loved each other, but distance can do strange things to people …