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    She stars as a hard hitting defense attorney in the riveting legal drama The Mauritanian, which hit theaters earlier this month. And Jodie Foster earned the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for the role during the 78th Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday evening. As she graciously accepted her honor, the 58-year-old planted a joyous smooch on her wife of nearly seven years Alexandra Hedison. Best Supporting Actress: Jodie Foster earned the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for the role during the 78th Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday evening Smooch! As she graciously accepted her honor, the 58-year-old planted a joyous smooch on her wife of nearly seven years Alexandra Hedison Beaming into the event from home like the rest of the night's nominees, Jodie sat comfortably with Alexandra by her side and her beloved pooch Ziggy in her lap. The award was presented to Foster...
    DEAR ABBY: I met my wife when we were very young and into partying. We’re now middle-aged and heading in different directions. Jeanne Phillips  I focus on physical and mental well-being. I work out daily, eat healthy and maintain a positive attitude. She spends her free time lying around, drinking, smoking and constantly exposing herself to negativity through the internet. She’s now on medication for depression and anxiety. My attempts at discussion are mostly met with anger and defensiveness or are dismissed as “a bad time to talk.” I feel we have reached a crossroads in our health. I want her to be as fit and healthy as possible so we can enjoy our golden years together. How do I get her to join me in a healthier lifestyle before it’s too late? WILLING IN WASHINGTON Related Articles Dear Abby: I was told never to speak to her again,...
    Evan Rachel Wood has said she was forced to file a police report last year after allegedly learning that Marilyn Manson's wife Lindsay Usich was 'conspiring' to release photos of her to 'ruin my career' and 'shut me up'. Hollywood actor Wood, 33, shared screengrabs of an online chat discussing someone named 'Lindsay' asking for 'pictures of Evan doing things that would ruin her career.' She also shared a photo of the police report and what she said was one of the incriminating pictures Usich was seeking, showing Wood in Manson's stage hat and a Adolf Hitler-style mustache drawn on her face.  Wood posted the latest accusations on her Instagram story Saturday just days after she first broke her silence to name Manson, 52, as her alleged abuser who she said 'horrifically abused me for years.' On Friday, she posted fresh claims that Manson hurled anti-Semitic abuse at her, has three...
    Dear Moneyist, My wife and I have been married for 18 years and met at work in 2000. She is college educated and has worked her entire life with the exception of a few years off when our kids were very young. For the past 13 years of our marriage my wife has worked for the same employer and, in my opinion, it is an abusive and opportunistic relationship. The company simply does not value her, and is taking advantage of her good will. I have good reason to believe that they are making a healthy margin contracting her out to government projects. Each year her company has a sob story about why raises will not be given or will be so small (1% or 1.5%). Each year, she says to me, “They can’t afford to pay me more.” In inflation-adjusted dollars she makes less now than when she did...
    Dear Moneyist, I divorced my ex-husband in 2017. It was a difficult divorce. and later he quit paying child support and we were in a long court battle, which now continues after his death. The 2017 divorce decree stated my ex was to maintain the current life-insurance policy we had when we were married, which was established in 2004 until the children graduate high school or turn 24 years old. Fast forward to October 2020 and my ex husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He asked if he could add his girlfriend to the policy, or add more insurance for her. I said no. He then married his girlfriend; he didn’t tell the kids or me. The Moneyist: When my parents died, my sisters and I split their estate. I chose a painting that was appraised at $50,000. Should I tell them? He went on to have his...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: When the father of a friend died, I sent what I thought was a nice letter of condolence. I later heard that my friend was somewhat insulted by my note, as I “hadn’t even bothered to send a sympathy card,” but wrote a letter instead. I know Miss Manners prefers a handwritten personal sympathy note to a card with a preprinted sentiment — and I do, too! Evidently my friend feels otherwise. Now, unfortunately, her mother is gravely ill and I know I will soon need to express my sympathy. Which is better: to do the proper, polite thing as I did before, or do what my friend expects? Related Articles Miss Manners: She called our wedding plans tacky and made us change them Miss Manners: What can I say to a customer’s unwanted comment? Miss Manners: I’m 13 and...
    THE WIFE of a Trump fan who was arrested at the Capitol riot found his body in the basement and told police, “My husband is dead.”  Christopher Stanton Georgia’s wife found him dead on Saturday morning and called 911 and reported there was “blood everywhere.”  5Christopher Stanton Georgia's wife found him dead in their basement on SaturdayCredit: Linkedin Georgia, 53, was charged last week in connection with the insurrection at the Capitol last Wednesday, according to 11-Alive. His death in the basement of his home in Alpharetta, Georgia, is under investigation and the cause of his death has not been revealed.  A police report obtained by The Sun states that Georgia’s family members were “extremely distressed” at the scene.  Georgia’s wife provided gruesome details to cops and said she was searching for a gun.  5Christopher Stanton Georgia and his wife lived in Alpharetta, GeorgiaCredit: Google Maps Police had reportedly confiscated...
    Pro volleyball player Morgan Miller took to Instagram to share how she got her body back into shape - and eradicated her stretch marks - after giving birth to twin boys 14 months ago.  Morgan, 33, who is married to Olympic skier Bode Miller, made the revelations in a series of Instagram Stories posts Saturday.  She began by sharing a picture of her stomach while she was still pregnant with the twin, Asher and Aksel, which included vivid, red stretch marks covering her belly.  Morgan Miller shared how she got back into shape after giving birth to twin sons 14 months ago. She showed her belly while she was pregnant (left) and as it is now (right) Morgan (left, pictured with husband Bode Miller in 2017) gave birth to the twins in November 2019 in a home birth. Bode helped deliver the babies  RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    Dear Amy: I am married to a much older man. My husband is 83 and has declining vision. He prefers that things he uses daily (such as certain tools, and condiments he uses for his food) be kept out where he can easily locate them. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Until recently, I have been a breadwinner. I am now retired and enjoy several hobbies. His children are mostly younger than I am. One daughter-in-law, “Brenda,” is my age. Brenda has always been a homemaker — a good one. The issue is that during a recent visit, Brenda moved things that my husband uses regularly.   Two days later I figured out where his ketchup, peanut butter, butter and power strip were. Brenda has no hobbies other than cleaning and television. Are we wrong to expect our son to corral his wife? Should we say something? Hubby says that he...
    Brad Raffensperger lamented Monday that he still hasn't received an apology from Senator David Perdue for the death threats his wife received after he asked the Georgia secretary of state to step down in November. While appearing on Fox News on Monday, Raffensperger deflected when asked about Perdue calling him 'disgusting' for releasing a damaging call between himself and President Donald Trump. 'Senator Perdue still owes my wife an apology for all the death threats she got after he asked for my resignation,' Raffensperger said. He complained: 'I have not heard one peep from that man since. If he wants to call me, face to face, man to man, I'll talk to him, off the record. But he hasn't done that.' The Fox News host told Raffensperger that it 'feels like this is a grudge' between himself and the president and himself and Perdue. Georgia Secretary of State Brad...
    Alec Baldwin has defended his wife Hilaria after she was forced to admit her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston and not Majorca.  The SNL star took to Instagram Sunday after his wife told her followers: 'Yes, I am a white girl. I am a white girl.' That came following claims on Twitter that she's spent years misrepresenting her heritage. Alec called those allegations 'a lot of s***'. He added: 'You have to kind of hack your way through the debris of Twitter. Twitter is just a vast orchard of crap. 'And I have certainly slung some crap in that orchard myself every now and then with things I've said. So, that's not lost on me that I'm guilty of that as well.'   On Monday he posted two quotes seemingly about the incident to his Instagram page. One read: 'A lie can travel around the world...
    A British pilot accused of beating his one-year-old baby girl to death in a five star hotel has claimed he 'would never hurt my own daughter', a court heard.  Airbus captain Mohamed Barakat, 42, faces a life sentence if convicted by a judge in Almaty, Kazakhstan. He is accused of murdering his daughter Sophia by banging her against a wall in a drunken rage at the five-star Intercontinental Hotel in Almaty after a night out.   Kazakhstan state prosecutors have called for a life sentence for Barakat. The commercial pilot pleads not guilty of murder and claims he is a long standing sufferer of epilepsy who had a 'seizure', causing an 'accident' which killed the British baby at the prestigious hotel. British pilot Mohamed Baraket is accused of beating his one-year-old baby girl to death in a five star hotel and has claimed he 'would never hurt my own daughter',...
    Dear Moneyist, For 10 years, my wife and I saved up and, in 2018, purchased our first home before we hit the age of 30. Over the last two years, events have not gone in our favor, especially with COVID-19. In March, I had to have gallstone surgery, and that’s when our money problems came to the forefront. My wife and I don’t discuss bills, debts, savings or even spending. And yet a combination of overdue bills and unpaid debts have led to us missing mortgage payments, and have created a constant and stressful reminder that she is constantly spending money, and even asking about constant vacations that we can not afford. Multiple attempts to get my wife to see the light have ended in heated arguments with no resolution. The Moneyist: He doesn’t give me any money’: My husband has been making secret payments to his parents. Should...
    Dear Moneyist, My wife and I purchased a home a year ago. I believe we overpaid by 20%, but the appraisal matched what we paid. I do not like the house. It is attached. There is noise pollution, and I don’t think the neighborhood is the safest. We spent most of our savings on the down payment, and the rest we invested in her business and a little in stocks. The process of getting the house was rushed because, at the time, my wife and I were living with my parents in their house to save money. After a year of living there, my wife was adamant in moving out as soon as possible. We were looking for a house for less than a month when she decided on the house we are living in now. The Moneyist:I got a promotion and a raise, but my colleagues undermine...
    Dear Moneyist, I am 31 years old and my wife is 30. We both live in New York. We have been married for four years. She makes a little more than me, but doesn’t really save. Three years ago, she started her online entrepreneurship master’s degree, which cost $50,000. I was against it because I think it is a waste of money. It was her dream to get a master’s degree even if it is unrelated to her job in banking. We have one joint checking account into which I deposit my entire paycheck. She, however, only put in the same amount as me and her extra pay into her own secret account. Her tuition and student-loan debt comes out of our joint account. The Moneyist:I got a promotion and a raise, but my colleagues undermine me. How do I balance work and my happiness? ...
    LEARNING TO love your post-baby body can take time for some new mums, and it's totally normal to have some insecurities. One mum was breastfeeding at home when she faced unwanted comments from her father-in-law. 3He told her that he could see why his grandson was so well fedCredit: Getty Images - Getty And when her husband didn't completely support her reaction, it even caused conflict between the two of them. Posting on Reddit, her husband wrote: "On Friday night my parents dropped by our house on short notice (literally as they were pulling up). We weren't really prepared for them but we let them in anyway. Right from the off, the situation sounds far from ideal, with a new mum expected to entertain in laws without being given any notice. The new dad continued, "My wife was [...] breastfeeding our son when my dad walked in. He did not...
    Dear Moneyist, Honestly, I can’t believe I’m writing this but here we go. My wife and I are in our 30s and have two young children. She is a stay-at-home mom. I am a resident physician who currently makes about $60,000 per year, but this will markedly increase next year. We have always been frugal. Five years ago, she and her sister inherited a substantial amount of money (equally split between them). Think low six figures. I have always done 100% of the finances for our family and have invested the inheritance diligently and been able to multiply this amount to quite a reasonable sum. We always mentioned this is for the future (retirement and to help our kids when they grow up). The Moneyist:My mother saved $10,000 for my wedding. I’m now 41 — should I spend it on a house? Her sister is a young professional...
    Dear Amy: My former wife and I were married for almost 30 years. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Eight years ago, she informed me that she wanted to change careers and move to a different part of the country. For many different reasons, I chose not to follow her on her new path, and we went through an amicable divorce. My ex and I have had little contact, but always cordial, via telephone and text message. We have no children, and there was never any expectation that we would reconcile. Six years ago, I developed a relationship with another woman. I told my ex-wife about my new relationship, and she seemed happy for me. Related Articles Ask Amy: The bride’s pretense could lead to wedding humiliation for me Ask Amy: She’s in a snit about our Christmas gift plan and acts like she’s the victim...
    I have measured out my life with coffee spoons;I know the voices dying with a dying fallBeneath the music from a farther room.So how should I presume? “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T.S. Eliot Dear Moneyist, My wife and I purchased a home a year ago. I believe we overpaid by 20%, but the appraisal matched what we paid. I do not like the house. It is attached. There is noise pollution, and I don’t think the neighborhood is the safest. We spent most of our savings on the down payment, and the rest we invested in her business and a little in stocks. The process of getting the house was rushed because, at the time, my wife and I were living with my parents in their house to save money. After a year of living there my wife was adamant in moving out as...
    Dear Moneyist, I am 31 years old and my wife is 30. We both live in New York. We have been married for four years. She makes a little more than me, but doesn’t really save. Three years ago, she started her online entrepreneurship master’s degree, which cost $50,000. I was against it because I think it is a waste of money. It was her dream to get a master’s degree even if it is unrelated to her job in banking. We have one joint checking account into which I deposit my entire paycheck. She, however, only put in the same amount as me and her extra pay into her own secret account. Her tuition and student-loan debt comes out of our joint account. The Moneyist:I got a promotion and a raise, but my colleagues undermine me. How do I balance work and my happiness? ...
    Grace, Andrew and Princess My journey to widowerhood began three years ago in an oncologist’s office in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja. Had my wife, Grace, followed the doctor’s advice rather than seek the help of religious healers, I believe that she would have survived breast cancer and still be with me and our three-year-old daughter. She had gone for tests on a large lump on her breast and the doctor said they had revealed that there was an “invasive carcinoma”. I did not understand what this meant and he explained that “the tumour is cancerous and we need to begin the process of managing it immediately to avoid a spread”. Grace looked fearful and weak, and I remember taking our baby – who was then just one month old – out of her arms as I was afraid of what she might do next. There was a solution But the...
    Dear Moneyist, My wife and I had our first baby in June. As the breadwinner, my wife just returned to work after 12 weeks of unpaid maternity leave. Our savings are a bit low and she is now “asking for my blessing” to work part-time. This is distressing to me for several reasons. We do fairly well, making about $200,000 between the two of us, but my wife makes about 60% of our income. If she went part time (she is proposing 30 hours per week) this would cost us about $30,000 a year. Losing $30,000 a year will limit our ability to save for our child’s education, save for retirement, and take vacations. We currently have child care 100% covered between two sets of grandparents who are both eager to watch after their first grandchild. We are both 31, but my wife just finished her professional...
    Dear Moneyist, My wife and I had our first baby in June. As the breadwinner, my wife just returned to work after 12 weeks of unpaid maternity leave. Our savings are a bit low and she is now “asking for my blessing” to work part-time. This is distressing to me for several reasons. We do fairly well, making about $200,000 between the two of us, but my wife makes about 60% of our income. If she went part time (she is proposing 30 hours per week) this would cost us about $30,000 a year. Losing $30,000 a year will limit our ability to save for our child’s education, save for retirement, and take vacations. We currently have child care 100% covered between two sets of grandparents who are both eager to watch after their first grandchild. The Moneyist: He doesn’t give me any money’: My husband has...
    Dear Amy: I am approaching 70. My wife (71) and I have seen our marriage steadily decline into a relationship more like roommates than spouses. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  We met while working together in the media. She eventually was laid off (for business reasons) and took it personally. I still work in that industry (and have for the last 47 years). My wife never wants to talk with me about work, because she’s still resentful about how she was pushed out years ago. In fact, we talk very little about anything. We have had zero intimacy for four years, and while she sleeps in the bed, I stay on the couch all night because she refuses to stop watching videos on her phone while I try to sleep, despite repeated requests for that to cease. I handle the finances since she refuses to even talk about money....
    A BLOKE who hates the baby name chosen by his wife says he's scared the tot will face bulling in years to come and end end up resenting her parents because of the unusual choice. His wife settling on George - an name usually reserved for boys - leaving the bloke puzzled as he at first 'assumed she was joking'. 4 A bloke has clashed with his wife, after she told him she wanted to name their baby girl GeorgeCredit: Getty Images - Getty Later, the discussion became heated and the man offended his wife, saying 'only a lunatic' would think George was a good name for a baby girl. His wife refused to compromise with a more traditional female name, like Georgia or Georgina. Writing on Reddit, the man explained: "We both are very normal and average, so at first I didn't believe her and thought she was joking...
    The wife of a prominent Sheikh from Dubai's royal family has posted a harrowing video pleading for help crying that she has been persecuted since leaving him nine months ago with officials trying to snatch her three children. Sheikha Zeynab Javadli made the startling revelations in a series of moving videos to her 15,000 Instagram followers on Thursday morning during what appeared to be a 'raid' by people linked to her husband Sheikh Saeed bin Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the nephew of the current ruler of Dubai. Ms Javadli is a former is a former Azerbaijani gymnast and World and European Championship medallist.  Sheikha Zeynab Javadli (pictured with one of her daughters), the wife of a prominent Sheikh from Dubai's royal family, has posted a harrowing video pleading for help crying that she has been persecuted since leaving him nine months ago She married Sheikh Al Maktoum, 43,...
    On the afternoon of October 29, 2003, my husband Conrad — grey-faced with despair — told me: ‘It’s finished. This is the worst day of my life.’ He was 59, and 37 of those years had gone into building his publishing empire — which included the Telegraph newspapers — and his private company. Both would splinter in days and be a memory in a month. Once there is an accusation that you have sidestepped the rules and ‘looted’ millions from your company, you’re done. Present yourself for execution. No one wanted to know the one essential detail: the truth. And it would take years for the allegations against Conrad to be revealed as false. Losing status, money, reputation and security is a shock when it happens all within a few days. The feeling of falling down that elevator shaft is impossible to capture. And gradually you realize, falling, falling, that...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO was "aired" by Jermaine Pennant's ex Alice Goodwin, the glamour model has claimed. Talking to fans in an Instagram Q&A, the model recounted a moment she stunningly blanked the five-time Ballon d'Or winner. 6Alice Goodwin revealed her side of the story when it comes to Cristiano RonaldoCredit: Instagram 6Goodwin claimed she rejected the superstar footballer When asked by one of her 340,000 followers if she had ever hooked up with Ronaldo, she remarked: "No I aired him he's not my type." The winger was romantically linked to Goodwin back in his Manchester United days, over a decade ago. Goodwin has hit headlines over the years for her relationship with another former Premier League star in Pennant. They married in 2014 but the ex-Arsenal midfielder was involved in cheating allegations after appearing on Celebrity Big Brother. They even went on The Jeremy Kyle Show in a bid to save...
    John David Duggar, 30, and his wife Abbie, 28, are looking back at Abbie's 36-hour-long labor in Tuesday night's episode of Counting On. The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Grace Annette, back on January 7 — and TLC is just getting around to spotlighting the little girl's birth in the newest episode of the show. In a preview clip obtained by Us Weekly, Abbie talks about only being dilated to five centimeters after a day and a half in labor, and how she needed Pitocin to finally move things along at the hospital before she gave birth. New episode: John David Duggar, 30, and his wife Abbie, 28, are looking back at Abbie's 36-hour-long labor in Tuesday night's episode of Counting On Documented: Though TLC's cameras didn't come into the delivery room, they did have photographs taken  Baby: The couple welcomed  their first...
    DEAR ABBY: I have been married a little over a year. My wife took a trip to Florida to get some things out of storage and turned it into a two-week vacation. She’s now traveling back with the in-laws, which I wasn’t expecting. Jeanne Phillips  Yesterday she announced she doesn’t want to talk to anyone, including me, and will only text for the next three days during the trip because she’s too tired. I feel rejected and like yesterday’s news because she hardly calls me and she almost forgot to say good night. I don’t think this is healthy for our relationship, and I have separation anxiety to boot. Is this normal? NEWLYWED GUY IN IOWA Related Articles Dear Abby: His affair was a shock, and so was the reason he gave Dear Abby: He won’t tell her the real reason their affair is doomed ...
    DEAR ABBY: My wife and I retired five years ago. I have adequate savings and an excellent pension for us to live comfortably. Jeanne Phillips  I took up a hobby three years ago that generates about $5,000 in annual income, which I put aside in a separate bank account. My wife asked, “What are you saving that money for?” I said maybe a classic car, helping with a family reunion (on my side), etc. She responded, “We need to be on the same page about how it gets spent because half of it is mine.” When I reached out to my son for his insight, he sided with her because (legally) half of what I have is hers. I have no problem consulting with her on a major expenditure coming out of our other savings, but on this one I feel she is controlling and petty. Your thoughts? HOBBY IN...
    Dear MarketWatch, I just recently retired at age 60, have $130,000 in savings and sufficient funds in my 401(k) for retirement. My current source of income is a $4,600 per month pension. My wife plans to retire next year. She makes $150,000 a year. Our only major debt is our house mortgage which we owe about $60,000. My questions are: a) should I pay that off using funds from my savings or b) using funds from my 401(k) (which will incur tax), or c) a combination of savings and 401(k) or d) none of the above and continue with wife paying mortgage till she retires? Uncertain in San Diego See:We have $190,000 in retirement savings and want to use the COVID-related distribution rules to pay off $40,000 in debt — should we? Dear Uncertain in San Diego, Congratulations on your recent retirement, and the fact that your only...
    Dear Moneyist, I am a full-time student and I’m 50 years old. I graduate in December 2020 and maintain a 4.0 GPA so I work hard to achieve academic success. Due to achieving such academic prowess, I was limited to work hours throughout the 2019 year and my combined income was $13,000. I separated from my wife, Sharon, four years ago. She inherited a pension worth $172,000 as a result of an untimely death of her ex-husband. Sharon lives in Oklahoma and I live in Arkansas. Sharon had a gambling issue and exhausted all of this income throughout the 2019 tax season. I never saw any of that money other than a birthday cake, a gift, and a night at the casino that she gave to me as part of my birthday present. It was brought to my attention in November that her money was gone. I was...
    San Antonio – A San Antonio family’s life changed abruptly after their loved one, a wife and a mother of four, passed away from Covid-19 complications Sunday. Andres Garcia, the husband of Erica Garcia said he is frustrated by people’s lack of respect for the virus and those it may affect. “I lost my wife because of careless people,” Andres said. “I am by myself. A single parent of four having to figure out funeral arrangements and how to make sure my children are holding up. It is frustrating because people won’t wear their masks.” Andres said his wife, who was also diabetic, went to the doctor around her birthday after she began feeling ill. That’s when the family was told were told Erica had pneumonia. “They let her go,” Andres said. “She was checked into the hospital soon afterward and she died Sunday on the 5th.” Andres said...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I posted on social media that I was excited to have received a stimulus check. One comment on my post said that others were giving their checks to those more in need, “maybe even family members.” Judith Martin  The comment was from the wife of my cousin. She clearly implied that I should consider giving funds to her husband, whom she has long been separated from, and from whom she is financially independent. (Her husband scrapes by and, unlike us, was negatively affected by the lockdowns.) My wife and I disagree about the propriety of the comment. One of us thinks the public solicitation crossed the line. The other thinks the comment placed the wife’s reputation at risk for the benefit of another, and so was actually praiseworthy. Your thoughts? GENTLE READER: Demanding that people hand over their money or they will get hurt, where the threat...
    Q. My wife is 10 years younger than me. She is here legally and working, but she was born in Germany and is not a U.S. citizen. Can she collect Social Security survivor benefits if I die before her retirement age?— HusbandA. Non-citizen spouses need to meet the criteria that the Social Security Administration has outlined in order to qualify for any Social Security benefits.If your wife is lawfully in the United States and meets all the eligibility requirements, then she would be entitled to benefits, said Jody D’Agostini, a certified financial planner with AXA Advisors/The Falcon Financial Gr… Read More
    Dear Amy: I have been married for 20 years (no kids). It has been a good marriage and we’ve worked at it. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Now I am befuddled. Ever since the pandemic hit, my wife has stopped wearing makeup or dressing up. Intimacy has stopped. Hugging and kissing has to be initiated by me. Even showers are optional, sometimes. My wife has an extensive collection of clothes and shoes that she loved wearing on weekends. Well, Amy, all of that has stopped. I feel like she is a shell of what she used to be. I am not sure what to do. Now she will wear the same jeans for three days in a row. She provides vague excuses and reasons that don’t make sense to me. Related Articles Ask Amy: My sister uses me to enable her eccentric lifestyle Ask Amy:...
    (CNN)The wife of a popular Nigerian preacher has died aged 39, prompting shock and sadness in the country. Ibidunni Ituah-Ighodalo died in the early hours of Sunday morning in Port Harcourt, in the southeast of the country. The cause of death has not been officially confirmed, although local media reports say she suffered a cardiac arrest. Ighodalo, 39, was due to celebrate her 40th birthday next month and had been traveling across the country to build isolation centers for coronavirus patients, her family said. As well as being the co-pastor of Trinity House Church in Lagos, Nigeria, along with husband Ituah Ighodalo, she also ran upscale, luxury events services Elizabeth R, a leading event management company in the country. Read MoreHer husband described receiving the news of her death as "the call that shattered my life," "A lot of you know that I really shouldn't be here," he said during...
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