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I met Kathie Lee Gifford in 1992 on the set of Live with Regis and Kathie Lee. That is if you count exchanging a simple smile, but hey, give me my moment. It was 1992, just weeks after losing our mother …Read More

Ask any parent of divorce their greatest heartache and they will tell you it’s their children’s suffering. Ask any child of divorce their greatest heartache and they will likely spare their parent’s the truth. I’ve ridden both sides of this …Read More

It’s hard not to love Miranda Lambert. She makes herself immensely vulnerable letting the world into her life and mistakes via her music lyrics. Case in point? We somehow still loved her after she broke the World’s Sexiest Man’s heart! …Read More

The divorce discussion seems to be elevating in Hollywood.  And not in the typical fashion of announcing the latest couples to fall prey to this relationship malaise. But rather bringing much-needed awareness to the conversation. Most importantly, it shows the …Read More

There have been numerous articles out recently about Flip or Flop star Tarek El Moussa’s divorce. What caught my attention were his comments (and I paraphrase) that his adverse reactions to medications and his divorce were worse than cancer. This …Read More

I miss Oprah. The Golden Globes reminded us exactly why daily television just isn’t the same without her. Oprah is what I refer to as a ‘Missionary of Life.’ She is devoted to helping others, lifting them up and carrying forward …Read More

Really? How do two people make divorce look like a fairy tale? Or rather THE very BEST Christmas PRESENT Ever??!! There’s a reason we can’t get enough of Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. Just watching them perform You Make It Feel Like …Read More

I chat with women who say they have aged due to the stress of divorce, moving, caregiving, and other mid-life challenges.  This is a reminder to look for inspiration during these difficult and transitional times. And to seek to take better …Read More

I remember the day I sat in my marriage counselor’s office and declared, “I will do anything to save my marriage. Anything! Just tell me what to do.” I was so naive. I believed one person could care enough for …Read More