But in this day and age, a committed, loving relationship—like that of "Bush and the Tush"—should to be celebrated rather than berated.We applaud should consider putting Robin Thicke on their next cover—the gorgeous blue-eyed white boy soul singer's endless devotion to his African-American queen of a wife (Actress Paula Patton) is articulated in every one of his songs.
"I'm a lawyer, and it's a job that takes up a lot of time," she says.
"I didn't know how I was going to meet someone, especially when with what little free time I had I wanted to spend it with my friends." Heeding advice from friends living in New York City, Allison turned to the Internet.
Whether a tiny container garden or a vast plot of intricate designs, these spaces bring joy to those who pause to look and enjoy. Read more Love is a small word with huge implications.
When it’s a healthy kind of love, it can help you become your best possible self and enrich your life with a new kind of happiness and meaning.
In 2000, Brenda Allison graduated from law school and moved to Chicago.
There, she found a supportive group of friends, an apartment within walking distance of the city's hottest spots..absolutely no time to date.
You excel in your career, are a go-getter and a doer.
You’ve honed in on your masculine energy to help take charge but you find yourself burned out, tired, and out of balance.
But when it comes to breakups, there’s another phrase that rings true: hindsight is 20/20. I’ve been taking myself on dates—going to dinner or lunch by myself, or taking myself to the movies alone.
In the aftermath of a messy split, it can be hard to have clarity. Sometimes, I’ll wander around an antique store, or enjoy a leisurely stroll through the Farmer’s Market....
Bottom line (no pun intended), no one can keep it in their pants anymore, regardless of race.