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    MARRIED At First Sight star Morag Crichton has hit back after a fan accused her of "leading on" Luke Dawson. Throughout the series fans, and Morag herself, have questioned her feelings towards Luke, but she has been reluctant to call it quits. 3Morag has hit back at a fan who said she was leading Luke on 3Luke and Morag have had a rocky romance During an Instagram Q&A with fans, one person asked her: “Why did you lead Luke on so much.? You knew you wasn't feeling him so why stay?” Clearly furious, Morag hit back:  “How did I lead him on when I was open and honest the whole way! “Leading him on would be lying! He’s a big boy if he didn't want to be there he wouldn't.” She continued: “Remember you only see snippets of our relationship on the show. We have had our ups and down sure but I will feel no shame in continuing to try!” Viewers were left devastated when Luke confessed he loved Morag, but she didn’t say it back.  Speaking to her...
    The Waxing Gibbous is a time to reevaluate plans.Equatore/Adobe Dear Oracle, I have a problem with constantly feeling overwhelmed. It’s something that I’ve dealt with my entire life, though I feel like I was better at managing it in college and when I was a younger adult. Now, as an adult with more responsibilities, I feel like I can barely handle what’s considered a “normal load” of things. I like my job, like my hobbies, so it’s not that. It just feels like everything is always happening at warp speed, and I have difficulty keeping up. I have ADHD, and I know that plays a factor in it, but do you have any advice on feeling less like a hamster on a wheel?—All Work And No Play Makes Jane Cry in The Bathroom A Lot Cards: Waxing Gibbous, Knight of Swords reversed, Knight of Pentacles.  Dear Sweet Jane, I’m so sorry that you’re feeling overwhelmed, and if it’s any comfort to you, I think a lot of us are feeling that way, myself included. However, before I get into the cards,...
    If you see a psychiatrist for your ADHD, you should talk to them about these symptoms—they be able to offer medication to help it.I.Ivan/Adobe Dear Oracle, I have a problem with constantly feeling overwhelmed. It’s something that I’ve dealt with my entire life, though I feel like I was better at managing it in college and when I was a younger adult. Now, as an adult with more responsibilities, I feel like I can barely handle what’s considered a “normal load” of things. I like my job, like my hobbies, so it’s not that. It just feels like everything is always happening at warp speed, and I have difficulty keeping up. I have ADHD, and I know that plays a factor in it, but do you have any advice on feeling less like a hamster on a wheel?—All Work And No Play Makes Jane Cry in The Bathroom A Lot Cards: Waxing Gibbous, Knight of Swords reversed, Knight of Pentacles Dear Sweet Jane, I’m so sorry that you’re feeling overwhelmed, and if it’s any comfort to you, I think a lot...
    VENICE, Italy — One of the most hotly-anticipated films of the 2021 Venice Film Festival is Spencer, filmmaker Pablo Larraín’s (Jackie) dramatization of three days in the life of the late Princess Diana—from Christmas Eve to Boxing Day, 1990. And on Friday afternoon, hours after the movie first screened for critics, star Kristen Stewart opened up about her stunning transformation into Diana, one that is sure to attract plenty of awards attention. “We found this miracle here, named Kristen, that can carry that mystery,” said Larraín. As for Stewart, she saw it as a daunting task to embody such a global icon. When asked what she felt made Diana such a singular presence, she replied, “I think it’s just something she was born with. There are some people that are endowed with an undeniable, just penetrating energy. The really sad thing about her is she, as normal and sort of casual and disarming her air is immediately, she also felt so isolated and so lonely,” offered Stewart. “She made everyone else feel accompanied and bolstered by this beautiful sort of...
    COMPULSIVE buying has been recognised as a disorder but what do impulse purchases say about how you are feeling? Tanith Carey finds out. 9We reveal what your impulse purchases really say about how you are feelingCredit: Shutterstock MAKE-UP: You have insecurities FEELING short of cash, having an off day or feeling insecure about a facial feature? Then beware of overspending when you visit the make-up ­counter, which is deliberately laid out like a sweet shop to make the ­cosmetics hard to resist. 9A study found that if you have a facial feature that you are self-conscious about, you are likely to buy more make-up than you needCredit: Shutterstock If you feel you deserve a pick-me-up but don’t have a lot in your bank account, an item of make-up is something you can buy to make yourself feel better – without the guilt of a new pair of shoes or an outfit. If you have a facial feature that you are self-conscious about, you are also likely to buy more make-up than you need, according to a study in...
    Even the pros get nervous sometimes. Kelly Clarkson admitted that she rarely gets timid while performing on stage, but her participation in a recent tribute to Garth Brooks was an exception. The 39-year-old singer and talk show host performed a rendition of the country icon's own song, "The Dance," at the Kennedy Center Honors event held in Washington D.C. when she experienced some feelings of anxiety. "I was texting Trisha Yearwood before the show and then I go on stage and I saw them and like all of a sudden I am the sweatiest human on planet earth," Clarkson said (via Entertainment Tonight). "And I got a little nervous, and I don't get nervous singing. Yep, I didn't enjoy that!" KELLY CLARKSON TO REPLACE ELLEN DEGENERES’ DAYTIME SLOT Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce from Brandon Blackstock in 2020. The two share two children together. (Getty Images) The 43rd annual event featured tributes to a number of stars in addition to Brooks, including Dick Van Dyke and Midori, Joan Baez, and Debbie Allen, according to the outlet. It took place in...
    Dear Amy: I can’t make people understand what I need. I say: “This is what I need,” but they don’t understand. My friends aren’t apathetic, but they seem to lack empathy for me. Amy Dickinson  At different times this year I have said, “I’m overwhelmed, I can’t keep working this hard.” My colleagues, who I know like me, said, “Just keep going.” These same people then came to me and said, “We have to watch out for ‘Julie’ (another co-worker) — she might need help.” In cases like this, we would help the colleague who was stressed by taking some of her burdens from her. At the same time, I would think, “I just told you I need help. Why won’t you help me?” Later, a co-worker said to me, “You’re the only one of us who is always OK, and always happy.” It felt so unfair. I had literally told that person, several times: “I’m not OK. I’m overwhelmed. I’m not happy.” Related Articles Ask Amy: I went to HR about an inappropriate workplace gift and they...
    CHICAGO — Francisco Lindor’s bat was conspicuous in its presence on a night just about everything else cratered for the Mets. The firsts in a Mets uniform for the All-Star shortstop included a home run and three-hit game in his team’s 16-4 loss to the Cubs on Wednesday. Lindor improved his slash line to .222/.357/.311. with the 3-for-4 performance. The homer came in his first-inning at-bat against Zach Davies. “All it takes is one swing to feel like I’m in a good spot,” Lindor said. “I got that one swing and after that … it was just a matter of seeing pitches.” Before the game, hitting coach Chili Davis said he was confident Lindor would soon emerge from his slump. “I kind of look at treating [Lindor] like I would a David Ortiz,” said Davis, who worked with the Red Sox slugger in 2015-16. “Lindor has had so much success in his past and he’s so young he’s been a great hitter, he’s still a great hitter.” Francisco Lindor Getty Images “I think I have got to listen to him,...
    Anna Sorokin, who claimed to be a German heiress named Anna Delvey, during her trial in April 2019. Mary Altaffer/AP In her first post-prison interview, Anna Sorokin — AKA Anna Delvey — says being behind bars was "a huge waste of time." She's now working on "Anna Delvey TV" to take back control of her narrative, as well as a memoir about prison. She also isn't dwelling on the past: "I'm just trying to fix things and move on." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After nearly four years behind bars, Anna Sorokin was released from prison Thursday. Sorokin — who also goes by Anna Delvey — became famous in 2018, following stories in Vanity Fair and New York magazine about her living a lavish lifestyle and grifting her way through Manhattan's socialite scene while posing as a German heiress with a $60 million trust fund. The New York magazine story is now turning into a Netflix limited series produced by Shonda Rhimes, with "Ozark" star Julia Garner playing Sorokin. After using her false identity to attempt to...
    Getty James Harden dribbles during the second half against of Brooklyn's game against the Los Angeles Clippers at Barclays Center on February 2. Now about a month removed from being traded to the Brooklyn Nets from the Houston Rockets, James Harden can step back and look at how things unfolded with a bit more clarity. In an interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols that aired Friday, Harden delved into his messy breakup with the Rockets, who sent him to Brooklyn in a four-team trade on January 14.Messy Breakup With Houston RocketThe dust may have settled, but the way things ended between Harden and Houston still doesn’t sit well with the former. “I don’t like it at all because that’s not who I am,” Harden told Nichols. James Harden sits down & opens up about his new role in Brooklyn, what he didn't like about his departure from Houston, and the Nets' championship chances: "We're more than confident that it's going to be difficult for a team to beat us four times in a best-of-seven series." pic.twitter.com/rZKkwFs1jg — Rachel Nichols...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said he feels liberated now that President Biden is at the helm instead of former President Donald Trump. Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, appeared alongside White House press secretary Jen Psaki at the Biden administration’s second press conference on Thursday and took questions from journalists. Early on he quipped, “One of the things new with this administration is if you don't know the answer, don't guess. Just say you don't know the answer.” When a reporter later said that Fauci “joked a couple times” about the difference about his role in the new administration and asked him to explain what was different, Fauci said the difference was plain to see. “When you said I was joking about it, I was very serious about it, I wasn’t joking,” Fauci said while bursting into laughter. “Obviously I don’t want to be going back over history, but it was very clear that there were things that were said — be it regarding things like hydroxychloroquine and other things...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — While most people’s focus is on COVID, there are other health issues to still consider, including mental health. Many health providers are doing what they can to make seeing a doctor as easy as possible. Telehealth visits have become increasingly popular during the pandemic, allowing people to go see a doctor without leaving their home. Dr. Pinar Miski, director of psychiatric services at St. Agnes Hospital said even under normal circumstances, it can be difficult to see a mental health provider. “Just because there aren’t a lot of mental health providers, period,” Dr. Miski said. Pair that with the ongoing pandemic and the challenge only grows. “It’s been difficult because offices have had to shut down due to lack of PPE in the past year. Also, patient reluctance, I think, to go into physical offices due to concerns of contracting COVID,” Dr. Miski said. It’s for these reasons that Dr. Miski said they have added mental health providers to Ascension Online Care. “There will be things we are just not comfortable discussing with the family. Maybe you...
    Nevada becomes first state to constitutionally protect same-sex marriage People are painting their walls more now — and these are their go-to colors Brie Larson Says She Struggled with Feeling Ugly and Like an Outcast for Much of Her Life © Provided by People Kevin Mazur/Getty Brie Larson Brie Larson is looking back at her past struggles with feeling "like an outcast." The Captain Marvel star spoke to W magazine while promoting her partnership with the Japanese beauty brand Decorté and touched on Hollywood beauty standards. "I don't believe that there is a beauty standard. I struggled with feeling ugly and like an outcast for so much of my life," she said. "And so I really, really feel for that. It took me a long time to be able to be totally comfortable with myself." © Kevin Mazur/Getty Brie Larson She continued, "The thing that has brought me solace is knowing that I can be whoever I want to be with myself. What breaks my heart is to think of people in the world who don’t feel that they have safety within...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A new study finds more than half of Americans expect Election Day to be the most tense day of their lives, with younger people experiencing the most stress. Whether it’s the election or the ongoing pandemic, meditation apps are seeing a spike in usage as more Americans look for ways to cope. Doctors say the health benefits of a little quiet time are enormous. Meditation app Headspace says its downloads are up about 20% since mid-March. The Calm app reports its daily downloads have doubled. Experts say meditation can introduce mindfulness. Psychiatrist Dr. Seema Desai says it can help regulate emotions and counter the negative physiological effects of stress. “It can have an effect on our immune system, our blood pressure, heart rate,” she says. Meditation can look like many different things – from a more formal seated practice, to mindfulness that is incorporated into daily activities, like household chores. “So, for washing the dishes: What is the water temperature feel like right now? Can you smell the soap? Can you see all the bubbles or...
    Emmanuel Sanders is no longer worried about when he will be able to return to the field. The Saints receiver — who tested positive for COVID-19 — is concerned what happens when he wakes up in the morning. “Every night I go to sleep I’m like, ‘Lord, please, let me like wake up in the morning feeling good,’” Sanders said on Uninterrrupted’s “17 Weeks” podcast. “Like, I don’t want to wake up in the middle of the night and like, can’t breathe. And like, s–t just goes south, right? That’s like my biggest fear in watching that s–t, it intensifies my fears, right? Because people can say whatever you want and everybody could say, ‘Oh yeah, I’m not scared to get COVID.’ But in the back of your head, and you may think you’re healthy but in the back of your head, you don’t know this virus. Nobody knows anything about this virus. You don’t know how your body’s gonna react and you don’t know at any moment, like if shit will go south, right?” Sanders, who tested positive for...
    Emmanuel Sanders is no longer worried about when he will be able to return to the field. The Saints receiver — who tested positive for COVID-19 — is concerned what happens when he wakes up in the morning. “Every night I go to sleep I’m like, ‘Lord, please, let me like wake up in the morning feeling good,’” Sanders said on Uninterrrupted’s “17 Weeks” podcast. “Like, I don’t want to wake up in the middle of the night and like, can’t breathe. And like, s–t just goes south, right? That’s like my biggest fear in watching that s–t, it intensifies my fears, right? Because people can say whatever you want and everybody could say, ‘Oh yeah, I’m not scared to get COVID.’ But in the back of your head, and you may think you’re healthy but in the back of your head, you don’t know this virus. Nobody knows anything about this virus. You don’t know how your body’s gonna react and you don’t know at any moment, like if shit will go south, right?” Sanders, who tested positive for...
    Savannah Rychcik October 7, 2020 0 Comments Actress Meryl Streep is reflecting on how the United States has changed course over the past few years and her predictions for how it will move forward in the wake of a Supreme Court nomination. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to promote her new Netflix movie “Prom,” Streep discussed how the story behind the film plays out now after Former President Barack Obama (D) took office and marriage equality passed. “I don’t think we were in a vastly different place. At that time, there was one sort of freedom and hope alive, but it sat on top of a pretty immovable set of circumstances that have been in America for a really long time,” Streep said. She added, “We weren’t in a different place, we just weren’t paying attention to what was always there.” Streep weighed in on the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and what is at stake. “Well, I was lucky because I had my daughters with me here in Connecticut. The whole family was all together....
    Tristan Fewings/Getty Images Meryl Streep opened up in a new interview about the current state of the country, saying she hopes America will “get back on track,” but acknowledged that “it does feel particularly dark” at the moment. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to promote her new Netflix movie Prom, Streep gave her take on how the country has changed over the past few years. The actress used California’s devastating Bobcat Fire as an analogy for what’s transpired. “The Bobcat Fire just seems to be surrounding all the advances of the late 20th century, in terms of gay rights, in terms of women, and the election of Barack Obama,” said Streep. “All these markers that felt like signs of where we were going. And of course, history doesn’t move that way. It’s two steps forward, seven steps to the right.” Streep continued, “Maybe we’ll get back on track, I don’t know. I’m hoping, but it does feel particularly dark.” The Oscar-winning actress went on express her hope that those opposed to progressive ideas could be convinced otherwise without...
    Hoda Kotb has opened up about how 'horrible' she felt after receiving a cruel letter mom-shaming her for adopting her two daughters in her 50s.  The Today star, 56, was talking about mom-shaming with her co-host Jenna Bush Hager, 38, on Friday's show when they recalled some of the harshest and unwarranted criticisms they have received as parents.   'I got a physical letter in the mail, a letter that came to my address, from a woman who wrote: "Who do you think you are having kids at that age?"' Hoda said. 'I literally read it and I thought, "Oh my god, I can't believe someone put a stamp on it and sent it."' Scroll down for video   Looking back: Hoda Kotb, 56, opened up about being mom-shamed for having children in her 50s during a conversation with her co-host Jenna Bush Hager, 38, on the Today show  Awful: The host, who has two adopted daughters, said the letter was mailed to her home address and said: 'Who do you think you are having kids at that age?' Hoda, who...
    Rural families without internet face tough choice on school Cramer expects unbelievably positive reports from big-box retailers this week Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Motley Fool Issues Rare “All In” Buy Alert Ad Microsoft 20+ Gadgets We Bet You Haven't Seen Yet Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © Chelsea Lauren/Shutterstock Major mood! Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union’s 17-month-old daughter, Kaavia, has had the most relatable reactions to quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic. The couple have been sharing funny photos of the toddler while quarantining via social media, from her trying out new hairstyles to intently watching TV. Wade and Union welcomed their baby girl in November 2018 via surrogate after suffering multiple miscarriages. “We are sleepless and delirious but so excited to share that our...
    New York City mayor says would take Trump to court on federal troops How to get a refund on Postmates due to cancellation or missing items, using any device For Black Women, This Sudden Feeling of Validation Leaves Us Overwhelmed © Allure Imposter syndrome is defined as feeling like a fraud or a phony in your profession, despite your education. People who suffer from this feel like their success is not meritocratic, but actually luck. So how do you tell someone who previously wasn’t valued in their profession that new, abundant opportunities aren’t due to pure luck from being the flavor of the moment? Compliments have always made me uncomfortable. I don’t mean one or two, but being constantly flooded with them feels like a gratuitous participation prize. This is what it's been like for me the last couple of months. When the pandemic started, I was furloughed and tapping into my writing skills to make ends meet. The build up was slow, but after George Floyd's death and the Black Lives Matter protests began, I felt like editors...
    New York City says child care will be available for 100K children in the fall as schools partially reopen KFC will sell Beyond Fried Chicken at 50+ California restaurants after wildly successful test launches in Atlanta, Nashville, and Charlotte Empty ballparks and the Astros: Are MLBs newly appointed villains still feeling the scorn? On the question of whether there remains a mandate to hate the sullied and dastardly Houston Astros, there should first be a reminder to consider life over the past four months and ask if a baseball player or team is even worth that sort of emotion. Onward. The Astros did cheat, they were caught, they do have rings and a trophy to show for it and these things do burn deep, so the guess here is a few months without the Astros — or the game — changes little. Empty ballparks may alter the volume, but personal demons and public trolls will have their say, somehow, as nothing is so drafty as an exposed conscience. It has been mentioned — often, actually — how a suspended...
    NEW YORK – Bachata singer Prince Royce says he got a wake-up call with a COVID-19 diagnosis and now he wants to try and wake others too. Royce revealed that he is recovering from the virus in an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday. Royce, 31, said he decided to speak up out of a growing frustration with seeing people going out and gathering without masks — even while cases are spiking in several states. And like many, he is worried that more people will get infected over the Fourth of July weekend. “At first, I was very scared, like ‘Nobody can find out, I shouldn’t tell anybody.’ But I felt that I have a duty to tell my communities, you know. I live in Florida, I’m from New York, I have a place in California. And I’m seeing what’s happening across the country. I see what’s happening in the world,” said Royce via Zoom from his home in Miami. For him, it all started about two weeks ago on a Sunday, when he woke in the middle of...
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