The ad reads: “I would like to say congratulations to Shara Cormier and Patrick Brown… They are expecting a baby. Hope you both are really in love and I hope it works out. Always, Patrick’s Wife, Timeshia Brown”
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January has earned the nickname “Divorce Month.”
Marital psychologists and divorce lawyers say January is better described as “I’m Starting to Research My Options Month,” but they both agree there is some accuracy to the whole thing.
FindLaw.com did an analysis of American divorce filings between 2008 and 2011 and found a spike in divorces in January, followed by a rise and peak in late March.
The site also found that searches for “divorce” and related phrases like “family law” and “child custody” jumped 50% from December to January and continued to swell through March.
So what is it in those first three months of the year that makes happy couples divorce?
It seems that people don’t want to be accused by friends and family that they were heartless right before Christmas. But if somebody decides to divorce in January, it’s likely they clearly made the decision before the holidays.
For others, it’s all about the money. The end of the year means bonus season, which can be claimed as an asset from a spouse. Holding off until January won’t interfere with tax filings for the previous year, which most couples file jointly.
** Experts say that “there’s nobody that can hurt you like the person you love because love is an opportunity to feel validated. But that vulnerability that allows somebody to acknowledge you is the same vulnerability that allows you to feel devastated. The best time for divorce is when you’re feeling centered about who you are and what you need.”
1. Microwave Oven — yeah, “lightwaves.” OK, sure.
2. The Magnetic Strip — but where’s the money?!
3. The Walkman — why would you walk around in public with things jammed in your ears? Does it even record?
4. Hair Dryer — sounds pretty vain.
5. Mouse — ha, next thing you know, we’re just going to touch the screen.
6. GPS — what is this, a McCarthy spy investigation? lol
7. Remote Control — so there’s just NO knob anymore?
8. Webcam — hmmmm… seems pre-recorded
9. Electric Toothbrush — oh, sure, a bunch of wires in my mouth? Thanks but no thanks.
10. Can Opener — ummm, I think we have this figured out already, thank you very much.
11. ATM — sounds like Pandora’s box of thievery.
12. Video Games — make sense, but I doubt it’s more fun than playing outside.
13. Digital Pet — doesn’t make sense, definitely less fun than playing outside.
14. Mobile Phone — sounds like a nuisance.
If you wear very high heels often–You stand on solid ground with your shoes and they carry you through life so they do say a lot. Wearing very high heels might mean you feel inept and can’t look at people at eye level. You use the shoes to elevate, both physically and mentally.
If your wardrobe is trapped in the ’90s (or ’80s, or any other time)–No updating means you’re stuck in a time period. The clothing could symbolize a time when you were at your best. So you’re stuck in a mold from when you were most confident, when you were younger and hip and in your heyday, instead of thinking: How am I evolving?”
If you are slavishly, hyper-trendy—You look awesome, but you’re constantly changing. Are you ever slowing down to settle in and ask, ‘Who am I?’ Are you hiding from something?”
If you refuse to ever dress up — or down–“You purposefully won’t dress up for anything because you don’t know how to dress up and it’s a comfort-level thing, but you literally do it to piss people off. Then, you might wear a fur and stilettos for brunch because you want all eyes on you. In both cases, you want validation. Maybe you’re not getting it somewhere else in your life.
If you cling to too-tight clothing–It could be ignorance of not knowing how to dress for your body type. Or, culturally, and in an urban world, it’s very cool for clothes to be tight because it gets a lot of attention. So it could be a way for you to feel sexy and that you just don’t know how to portray sexy without clothes that are tight.
If your outfits are too baggy—Maybe you don’t like your body and don’t want the world to see it. You could have low self-esteem and don’t know how to feel comfortable in your own skin.
123456 has been named the worst password of 2013.
Researchers at a security firm analyzed millions of stolen passwords posted online in 2013 to compile their annual list of the worst.
123456 topped the list knocking off password from the top spot… password had topped every list since it started.
Password fell to second, followed by 12345678 and qwerty.