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    1. I’m having issues with my youngest brother, and I need some advice. He’s 25, divorced and has two kids. He only wants to play dad when it’s convenient for him, and he’s very irresponsible with money as well. Our parents passed away a few years ago, so this leaves me to be the big brother and dad at the same time. I worry about him, but I’m not sure how to help him grow up. Any advice?

    2. From Our Readers: Someone I Can't Call Mine

      Candy MagazineOct 10 03:03 AM

      I have swung back and forth, wondering Whether to hold on still or just let go What we have is like an endless tunnel Where it leads us is a blur, I really don't know The waiting is absolutely tormenting. It made me question love. Ambivalent feeling, wishful thinking, Waiting at the end of the crossroad, Waiting, just waiting. ...

    3. The fighter part of "Fighter & The Kid" won't be doing any fighting any time soon. Brendan Schaub announced  he'd be taking a sabbatical from the UFC on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast Friday night, citing his burgeoning entertainment career and his unwillingness to sign the UFC's uniform deal with Reebok. "Do I want one more?" Schaub said. "F*ck yes, man. But it just doesn't make sense. I can...

    4. Stars React to Whitney Houston's Death

      Haaretz DailyOct 09 02:48 PM

      -"First of all, I want to tell you that I love you all. Second, I would like to say, I love you Whitney. The hardest thing for me to do is to come on this stage."

    5. Hey there! It's been a year or two and here I am still thinking about the things we might have been through. What if I asked you to stay? What if I never let you walked away? I know you already have someone new, but still when I see you I still can' t help but think about the things that we used to do. How we used to talk from the moment we wake up until we fall asleep. How w'd spend days and ...

    6. One night 14 years ago, bored and on a whim, writer Abby Higgs entered her name into a family reunion website. Would her adoptive parents understand? Fourteen years ago, I found my biological mother online. In my most vivid memory of that night, I’m sitting at my friend Ellen’s desk, scribbling a name into a notebook: Judy, Judith, Juday, Judea. Ellen tells me to stop, but I cant. A website has...

    7. What It's Like Having Your Mosque Targeted

      The Huffington PostOct 09 03:34 PM

      Image taken from Muslim Women's Prayer Spaces , a cool blog on women prayer spaces. Having gone to this mosque my whole life I can tell you this is what a typical day there looks like: people scattered, praying privately and peacefully after the congregation is over. I'm a Muslim American. And everything I am is because of this country, specifically, because of Maryland. I've grown up in ...

    8. Thanks for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again later I am so proud to be standing in front of you today – back in government, and not just any government – a truly bloody awful government that doesn’t give a toss about anyone else!

    9. The time has come. After almost three years as Mediaite's resident west coast editor, today is my last day with the site. And while I will most certainly miss my colleagues, past and present, instead of writing a sentimental love note to those I will leave behind I have decided to share with you 15 of the most insane things I've seen while working here, in chronological order.

    10. Bel Mooney advises a woman who cannot decide whether to end a relationship with her long-term boyfriend in favour of a more exciting man.

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