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    This optical illusion can supposedly depict the qualities that you're looking for in a relationship. The piece of artwork - which has five different paintings combined into one - can allegedly reveal what kind of attributes you value most in a partner. According to The Minds Journal - an online outlet dedicated to providing 'accessible resources for better living' - the first thing that catches your eye in the photo can say a lot about the features that are most important to you when it comes to love.  This optical illusion can supposedly depict the qualities that you're looking for in a relationship RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Vietnamese venture capitalist tearfully reveals she was... Glamorous film producer raised in Beverly Hills who's won Al... 21-year-old reveals she was almost sold into sex slavery as... Share this article Share What the first thing you saw in the optical illusion reveals about the qualities you're looking for in a relationship A man standing in a coat: you need...
    TikTok has sparked an increase in 'weird' one-sided relationships where people believe they're friends or even in love with their favourite influencer. Users on the social media platform have been drawing attention to the concept of parasocial relationships, in which individuals feel they ‘know’ a person by directly observing the way they are portrayed in the media and act in real life situations. Parasocial relationships are nothing new in popular culture, but the explosion in social media which gives people more access to the private lives of celebrities and influencers is believed to be fuelling an increase.   Many TikTok users have been sharing videos slamming the unusual behaviour, with US TikTok star Joe Bartolozzi commenting: 'You guys should view me as an entertainment outlet, not a friend. The reason being, I don't know you guys. I don't know the vast majority of my followers - I don't know your name, what you look like, where you're from.  'If you view me as a friend and you say something like, "I love you so much, I'll never stop loving you." That's weird.'  British relationship expert Lucy...
    American fashion designer and filmmaker Tom Ford, 60, attributes his long-lasting romance with journalist Richard Buckley, 72, to true love and respect. Ford, who secretly married Buckley in 2014 after 27 years of dating, says he knew the journalist was 'the one' from the moment they met. 'I went to a fashion show and this silver-haired guy was staring at me with these piercing water-blue eyes. It scared me because I absolutely saw and knew my entire future,' Ford recalled in a 2016 interview ahead of their 30-year-anniversary, MSN reports. 'About 10 days later, someone asked if [Buckley] was seeing anyone. He said, 'No, there was this guy I had seen at a fashion show,' and at that moment, the elevator door opened and there I was. Richard jumps in the elevator and he's practically tap dancing.' American fashion designer and filmmaker Tom Ford attributes his long-lasting romance with journalist Richard Buckley (pictured together in 2017) to true love and respect 35 years strong: Ford originally met Buckley in 1986 at a New York fashion show and they wed...
    Mother-in-laws can be difficult at the best of times but many women find the relationship is put under extra strain during pregnancy, as these social media posts show.  Pregnant women from around the world took to anonymous secret sharing app Whisper to share horror stories of the way they've been treated by their mother-in-law during pregnancy.  One mother-to-be revealed her mother-in-law is still trying to get her son to end the relationship, while another said she is constantly teased for eating pizza and putting on weight.  Others feel unwanted tension on their part, with one woman admitting she is desperate to get her mother-in-law to stop smoking but doesn't know how to broach the subject.  Here, FEMAIL shares some of the best posts...   Terrifying: This woman had no choice but to climb through a window when she was locked out  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next No sleepless nights here! New mother Princess Eugenie looks... 'He's treated me the way he was treated': Harry claims he... Silver haired male model, 44, who fell...
    A Georgia hairdresser who divorced her husband and is now in a relationship with another woman has been told by her church that she must repent for her 'sinful behavior' or else be publicly denounced and excommunicated. Krystal Cox was informed in writing by the elders of Woodstock Church of Christ that they were concerned about 'the condition of your soul'. Cox, who has been attending the church in Woodstock, 30 miles north of downtown Atlanta, for around five years, told her local news channel she was deeply hurt by the letter. 'When I opened it, I was kind of enraged,' she told CBS 46. Cox, who owns a hair salon in Woodstock, Georgia, is to be excommunicated for her sexuality Cox, pictured with her musician girlfriend Tayler Jacques, was attacked by the church elders for the 'public display of your homosexual relationship', which they said was 'sinful' 'Like, why am I getting picked on and getting called out when everyone has sin? 'The fact that they're going to point it out and release my personal...
    Poll Should you tell your new partner if you've cheated before? Yes, honesty is best No, it will only hurt them Should you tell your new partner if you've cheated before? Yes, honesty is best 11 votes No, it will only hurt them 16 votes Now share your opinion       An Australian dating coach has polled the public about whether you should tell a new partner if you cheated in a previous relationship.   Relationship expert Louanne Ward, from Perth, Western Australia, posed the controversial question on her Facebook page She Said, He Said, calling on members to decide if 'honesty was the best policy'. Some people were of the opinion that meeting someone new should be like 'turning over a new leaf' and the past could be left unsaid, while others insisted that couples should be an 'open book' with one another. Relationship expert Louanne Ward, from Perth , Western Australia, posed the controversial question on her Facebook page She Said, He Said ,...
    TAYLOR Swift has revealed her desire to have a baby with her actor boyfriend Joe Alywn. The 30-year-old teased she wants to start a family with her other half on her new album Folklore. 4Taylor Swift wants to give boyfriend Joe Alwyn a childCredit: Getty - Contributor Taylor sings "give you my wild, give you a child" in the telling lyrics on the song Peace. She also says she “would die” for the Brit and sings about wanting to escape showbiz to spend time by Lake Windermere. The singer-songwriter dropped her eighth album unexpectedly after spending lockdown writing 16 tracks. Taylor is notoriously private about her relationship with Joe - who starred alongside Oscar winners Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman in The Favourite. 4Taylor has released her eighth album 4They've been dating since 2016Credit: Splash News 4The 30-year-old has hinted she wants a baby with JoeCredit: Instagram MOST READ IN CELEBRITY'Real Trash'Jenelle Evans slammed for dressing stepdaughter in Confederate flag shirtLEGGING GOJill Duggar ignores family rules by showing off legs in ‘swimsuit’ExclusiveLIFE AFTER LOSSDog's daughter believes mom Beth 'was with her' during...
    Molly and Andrew on HBO's hit series "Insecure." Merie W. Wallace/HBO Dating a person of color doesn't mean you aren't racist, therapists explain. Introduce your groups of friends to prevent code-switching. That will help conversations at home. Don't assume you know each other's experiences, and approach these ongoing conversations openly. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Since the death of George Floyd during an arrest, there has been a near-global conversation about race, racism, and anti-Blackness — and conversations about how to have those conversations with your friends, family, and colleagues. The Black Lives Matter movement challenges people not to be "colorblind" and not to assume they are anti-racist, regardless of how diverse their friendship group is. It's no different for interracial couples, who make up a growing proportion of both newlyweds in the US. Speaking to Insider last month, two interracial couples described the unique challenges of confronting their different experiences, and even realizing that they had to address it more directly. For other interracial couples mulling similar conversations, Insider spoke to New York City-based psychiatrist...
    When Christopher Rim and Wafa F. Muflahi met seven years ago as undergraduates at Yale, they became close friends, which evolved into a strong working relationship. For the past five years they’ve been colleagues at education and college consulting firm Command Education in Midtown, where Rim’s the CEO and Muflahi’s a partner and senior program director. They’ve become what’s colloquially known as “work spouses” — they’re not married, but professional partners who have each other’s backs, in recession and in wealth, no questions asked. “When we’re in Hong Kong, I’m really bad at jet lag. I can’t get through the first day or two,” says Rim. “Wafa has no problem, so she’s filled in for some of the calls I have to be on.” As Muflahi quarantines in Park Slope and Rim in Tribeca, constant communication is the norm by Slack, e-mail, texts, WhatsApp, FaceTime, phone calls, Zoom and Instagram. “It’s not in person, but still feels like we’re connected,” says Muflahi. Studies have shown that a deep connection with a work colleague is valuable regarding job satisfaction, performance and...
    Queen Sugar star Nicholas Ashe and Justice Smith who has featured in Jurassic World have publicly come out with their relationship, insisting that Black queer lives must be part of any revolution. Smith made a post in honor of Pride Month and to stand with those who are protesting against police brutality. He wanted to stand up for Black queer lives, announcing that he and Ashe attended a protest in New Orleans Friday. They both felt that the mantra of Black Lives Matter often did not include those who identify as LGBTQ. Nicholas Ashe and Justice Smith (Credit: Justice Smith/social media) READ MORE: Da Brat feels ‘weight has been lifted’ since coming out as a lesbian “@nckash and I protested today in New Orleans. We chanted ‘Black Trans Lives Matter’ ‘Black Queer Lives Matter’ ‘All Black Lives Matter’. As a black queer man myself, I was disappointed to see certain people eager to say Black Lives Matter, but hold their tongue when Trans/Queer was added,” he posted. Smith, 24, insisted that any revolution must include people like him and those...
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