The Peter Facinelli/Jenny Garth Divorce

After eleven years of marriage, Peter Facinelli has officially called it quits from his wife, Jennie Garth.

The 38-year-old actor cited the common “irreconcilable differences” in a Los Angeles Superior Court petition filed on Wednesday (March 28) and will seek joint custody of their three daughters, Luca, 14, Lola, 9, and Fiona, 5. Continue reading

Twilight’s Peter Facinelli Now Single

So one of my favorite Hollywood couples is calling it quits.  Celebrity couples split up every day but I actually really liked Peter Facinelli and Jennie Garth because they seemed like they are both nice, down to earth people who truly cared for one another.  They are both celebrities who seem like good people and don’t get negative press.  I am wondering if it is Peter Facinelli’s new found fame thanks to the Twilight Series that struck a chord in the marriage and broke the two up. Continue reading

The Sneak Up Effect of Love

So earlier this week I was out with some friends at a bar trying to have a good time.  I met a guy who wasn’t really my type and whom I really had no interest in but I allowed him to buy me drinks.  After all, this is what I’m supposed to be doing to get over a broken  heart, right?  Well the night wound up being a disaster when the guy thought buying drinks equaled free reign of his hands on my body.  I tried to be polite but after a while it really started to irk me.  By the end of the night I left in tears not just because of the groping jerk but because out of the blue I was struck with the sadness of heartache and it’s been almost a month since I was dumped. Continue reading

Jennifer Lopez Dishes the Divorce Dirt

Opening up about her split from Marc Anthony for the very first time, Jennifer Lopez is does an interview in the September 2011 Vanity Fair Style Issue and also graces the cover with her award winning beauty. Continue reading

Heartbreak and Healing

I always have found it odd that breaking up with someone or negative events within a relationship could hurt so bad.  No one actually touched me, punched me in my gut, got inside my body and stabbed my heart without leaving a mark, or banged around inside my head yet I ache like I’ve been beaten.  I cry, I gasp for air, I struggle to get through each day all because of a few words someone said.  How absolutely crazy heartbreak is. Continue reading

“You’re a Cool Chick and All But I Don’t Want to Be Obligated to Hang Out With You”

Over the years I’ve been dumped in practically every imaginable way.  One guy claimed to be moving to Maryland (my personal favorite).  Others have decided that they just want to be single.  Another told me he didn’t want to be obligated to hang out with me (my least fave).  No matter what they say, what excuse they use, getting dumped hurts.  Well, I just got my heart broken yet again and this time it was by someone I really saw a future with. Continue reading

Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony Split

In case you haven’t heard yet, Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez are through.  The couple wed in June 2004 and everyone thought this would be one to last especially when she gave birth to twins in 2008.  This comes as a shock to the entertainment world but not so much of a surprise to the real world since Hollywood couples never seem to last.   Continue reading

Charlie Sheen and Girlfriend Break Up…Shocking

Charlie Sheen is officially back on the market after parting ways with his last “goddess,” Natalie Kenley.  Honestly, when I saw the picture of the two of them I thought she was his daughter.  She is pretty much half his age and he is a nut job so what on Earth was she doing with him in the first place? Continue reading

Fear of Happiness…Why Be Afraid of What We Crave Most?

I recently wrote about my finally finding  happiness in a great guy.  I’ve talked in the past about my friend who dates the most romantic guy who “makes love” to her while listening to Sade.  We spend out lives searching for Mr. Right or at least a guy who makes us happy and completes us when we didn’t even know that we weren’t whole.  Well, what happens when we do find that special someone?  Do we just suddenly accept happiness and spend our days smiling about our great lives and ruminating over how it could possibly get any better than it already is?  Chances are sadly, no.  We tend to want what we can’t have and when we get what we want we fear losing it.  So, when we finally meet the right guy rather than living in a love struck bliss we wallow and weep over the dread of losing this new found happiness because now that we know what love and contentment feels like we can’t live without it. Continue reading