90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Couples Clash at the Tell All and Colt and Larissa Finally Call it Quits

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90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?’s Andrei Tells Elizabeth “Don’t Terrorize Me With Your Pregnancy”

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Are These 90 Day Fiancé Couples Living Happily Ever After?

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Empowering Series Gives Princesses Lives Beyond Happily Ever After

The usual fairy tale goes: Prince Charming sweeps a princess off her feet, they ride into the sunset and that’s where the story ends. But that’s not how it works in Amelia Case’s fairy tale universe. 

Case, mother to 12-year-old Isabella and 9-year-old Sophia, is the creator of “Princesses with a Twist,” a book series that gives readers a look at what life is like for princesses after their happy endings. She came up with this added layer of princess fiction to spread a message of female empowerment to her daughters and show that these classic characters can accomplish their goals — even after they find their prince.

“It’s a way to give the princesses some self-esteem, too,” Case told the Chicago Tribune. “They’ve been through some serious stuff. Why on earth would any story end there?”

So far, Case and her daughters have written 15 stories about beloved princess characters. In Cinderella’s post-pumpkin carriage life, the princess finds meaning in starting a business that creates — you guessed it — glass slippers. Snow White faces her fear of apples in Case’s fictional tale, and they end up becoming her favorite food. Other featured princesses include Sleeping Beauty and The Little Mermaid.

From offering their imaginations to choosing an illustrator (and even sketching illustration ideas of their own), Isabella and Sophia have been there every step of the way. “Except for choosing the font and paying the bills, they have just about done it all,” Case said in an email to The Huffington Post.

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Case hopes to create the first three books with help from a Kickstarter campaign. According to a video featured on the page, the money raised will fund things like professional illustrations and legal fees. As of July 9, the campaign has raised more than $ 16,000 of the $ 30,000 goal.

With more than half of the money raised and two weeks left in the campaign, it seems like the “Princesses with a Twist” series is well on its way to proving that the life of a princess isn’t all ball gowns and cute animal sidekicks. Like the site suggests, “there is more to all of these lovely characters than just a pretty face and a handsome prince.”

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Why You Should Ignore the Pressure For ‘Happily Ever After’

I was about 7 years old when one of my neighborhood friends and I began discussing the frightful notion of growing up and never getting married. Looking back, it seems odd to me, for we were far from even approaching puberty at the time. I suppose our hours of viewing Disney movies must have done a fantastic job of creating an expectation that if we did not someday find our princes, our lives would be forever incomplete.

Upon reaching my 21st birthday, all of the little old ladies at my grandma’s church gradually began asking me when I was going to “settle down and get married.” Some ladies would say with a wink, “Well, somebody is missing out, honey.” Others would stare at me with a puzzled expression as I told them I wanted to do more with my life than just become somebody’s wife. I began to realize the expectation to be married often creates an urgency which then distracts people from what the true deciding factors in regards to choosing a mate should be. I have to wonder, why is there this expectation and judgment? What for, and, most importantly, who for?

Beware, For The Whisper Shall Become A Raging Roar…

Your soul is always going to whisper your truth back to you. You can only fool yourself for so long. If you get married because of some societal expectation to do so, because it is what all of your girlfriends are doing or because you believe another human being is going to complete you, your truth will eventually emerge, perhaps angrily, under however many layers of convincing it took for you to follow through with it. Your soul wants what is best for you and if you try to silence its voice, eventually the whisper will become a raging roar.

Prior to meeting my husband, I had a series of committed relationships, beginning just after high school. One of my boyfriends tried to convince me to elope with him in the midst of our relationship crumbling. I suppose he believed that marriage would wipe all of our issues away forever, however despite my wisdom to permanently leave the relationship at the appropriate time, I knew better than to marry him. I could not rest in such a decision. Each time it presented itself, my truth emerged, rather frantically. There was always a big, fat, emphatic banner marked “NO!”, flying high inside of my mind. Had I ignored it, I would have betrayed myself.

Later this year, I will be celebrating three years of being married. When I look in my husband’s eyes, I know he is the best friend I have ever had. However, the reality is that even the coziest marriage is not warm cookies and milk every hour of every day.

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Marriage is not a steamy love scene every night. It’s not always a chapter plucked from a romance novel, feeding each other berries and making out for hours on end until your lips are chapped and swollen. It’s not always the wind in your hair and hot breath on the nape of your neck. Sometimes it is those things, but not every day. Gaining a husband does not guarantee having your worries washed away forever. I promise you. If you believe that, you need a long, ice cold shower of a reality check.

Having a husband will not complete you. It will not quiet the truth inside. It will not wipe the tears of your heart’s cry. It will not silence any storm inside of you. It will not complete your life’s mission. It will not paint the sky blue forever. I’m sorry that I’m not sorry to tell that it just won’t.

Can you handle some truth? Fasten your seat belt.

You’re not just marrying his charm, his wit and his blue eyes that sparkle in the sunlight. You’re not just marrying the smirk that makes your stomach flip every time you see it. You’re not just marrying his manly architecture, earth-shattering as it may be. You’re also marrying his spending habits, idiosyncrasies, knee-jerk reactions, insecurities and worst of days. You’re also marrying his family. And, you know what? He is marrying all of yours, too. Bless him, right?

Even the most compatible of circumstances will consist of trying times, so it would not be wise to commit to something you will be unable to live with for years to come. For example, if you are a passionate animal rights activist, it would not be wise to marry an unapologetic carnivore, regardless of how magical of chemistry the two of you share. If you hate the smell of patchouli, you are going to be in a great deal of trouble if you marry someone who loves bathing in its oil.

A husband is not a savior. He cannot be your zen. He is not a white knight waiting for the perfect moment to ride in. Some nights I have tears in my eyes because it feels as though there have never been two people more in love than my husband and I. Some nights the fireworks light up the sky effortlessly, however some nights I must consciously participate in creating them. Loving, honoring and cherishing in good times and bad is not always the easiest task. My life is undeniably more joyful, richer and sweeter since marrying my husband, however it is not perfection. There is not a person on the planet with a perfect life.

You Are Better Off Alone Than Married To The Wrong Person

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So, before you get married, take off your rose-tinted glasses, wipe the fairy dust from your eyes and take an honest look at him in the light of reality. Do not allow yourself to die to your truth. Forget what society says is the norm. Forget how many of your friends are getting married. Forget settling. For a moment, forget the notion of feeling like a princess in that extraordinary dress you saw on Pinterest, or the possibility of doves flying above your head. You are better off alone than being married to the wrong person.

Marry him because when his heart connects with your heart, it feels like a call from home. Marry him because you have confidence in his character. Marry him because he inspires you to be a higher version of yourself. Marry him because he is the only person you foresee wanting to eat puréed potatoes with when you’re 90.

I’m just being honest.

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Into Our 40s: 10 Signs You’re Comfortably (and Happily) Married

I’ve been married 15 years, and no, it hasn’t been easy. In fact, it’s been a 15-year Ironman that requires the equivalent of a daily training regimen. Throughout the years, we’ve confronted major adversity and also have experienced moments of nirvana and immense joy. We’ve grown to appreciate that marriage is a lifelong journey we’re on together. And it has taken us 15 years to get to the place we’re at today and like all other couples, are continuously evolving in our communication, roles and relationship as a whole.

So without further ado, in true Letterman fashion, I humbly present my top 10 signs you’re in a good place:

1. You either finish each other’s sentences when out in public or sit comfortably in absolute silence when alone together.

2. Daily dialogues exist in your own peculiar code language. For example, taken from your network of contacts, you’ve developed a vast database of aliases whereby each one conveys an entire life perspective. Thus, when your spouse’s behavior requires a tune-up, you effectively snap him to his senses with a quick “alias (name) drop.”

3. You still make each other laugh a lot, and have built up a repertoire of witty material that would rival that of any career comedian.

4. You’re 100 percent yourself and unreservedly confide your hidden agendas and Machiavellian aspirations.

5. You come clean about your biggest insecurities, anxieties and fears and encourage each other when the other feels weak.

6. Your kids know they face a united front and no longer bother trying to play one parent against the other.

7. You challenge your spouse to sniff unwashed parts of your body — just for kicks, because you’re still immature like that.

8. Your spouse forces you to look in the mirror and face your biggest flaws then mercilessly challenges you to somehow work them out.

9. You attend weddings and witness newlyweds profess their undying love and devotion to one another. And in unison, nod knowingly, for only through pain and suffering will those proclamations ultimately prove true or false.

10. You know that together, you can conquer the world and have the years, wrinkles, gray hairs, and history to prove it!

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I Used to Be a Lesbian. Now I’m a Happily Married Man

Diane and I first met at Idaho Gay Pride in 1990 when we were 22. We were lesbians. Actually, I wasn’t just a lesbian—I was a lesbian feminist with separatist tendencies. I believed that patriarchy and compulsory heterosexuality were keeping women down. I hadn’t heard of trans men, and I couldn’t imagine wanting to be a man.




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Happily Ever After?The Leftovers Finale Recap

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 1, Episode 10 of HBO’s The Leftovers, titled “The Prodigal Son Returns.”

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This is what I was waiting for all season. Total and complete chaos.

I was sure we were stuck with Kevin in the woods and wondering what the heck the GR were doing laying out baby clothes.

They crossed a line — making people remember with wax figures of the departed.

Jill had gone to be with her mother on the very night they were going to leave figurines all around town, and then almost dies in the riots.

Nora? If I could use profanity I would. I was convinced she was going to shoot herself, so the little twist on the porch was well worth it.

Things I Love About This Show:

1) The use of sound and silence. Maybe it’s overdone every now and again because the show is so dark. But the silent screams and the physical acting being good enough to work under that theme song? Not an easy combo.

2) Of course, the story’s about the family. Cue the piano. I was annoyed that we kept forgetting about Tom. And trying to figure out how he was going to fit in. I’m glad he’s back in the center — almost “Walking Dead”-style.

3) Not being sure if I should laugh or cry. So yes, the family. But the dog?

What did you think of the finale? Is this show cheesy or am I totally cynical? Are we almost happily ever after? Let me know @karenfratti or in the comments.

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13 Secrets Of Happily Married Couples

It’s often said that marriage is a lot of work — so it’s refreshing to hear from couples who not only figured out how to make their love last, but are having an awesome time doing it.

On Sunday, a Redditor posed the question, “Why are you still married?” The replies, from real-life couples who are just as in love now as when they said “I do,” give a glimpse into the makings of a lasting marriage.

Below, 13 secrets of happily married couples:

1. They trust each other.

“We don’t judge each other. We trust each other. We don’t have one of those wild tempestuous marriages. No one will ever write a book about us and there will never be a Lifetime movie based on our relationship. But I am in exactly the kind of relationship I have always wanted.”

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2. They take the good with the bad and become stronger for it.

“We are coming up on 19 years next week. I am still married because I totally respect him for how he has held my hand through the bad times. The good times were good, but the bad times were 10x worse. His friendship and commitment never wavered.”

3. They respect each other.

“Married for 39 years. Why? I still get that funny warm feeling in my stomach when I hear his car drive into the driveway. He treats me with respect and he’s a hell of a lot of fun on a road trip.”

4. They’re honest with each other.

“11 years together, two years married … he provides me support when I need it and tells me when to ‘suck it up, princess’. He deals with all of my family bullshit and brings me ice cream … he gives the best hugs and is amazing in bed.”

5. They find joy in the little things.

“He’s the person I most want to hang out with whether it’s going out eat, acting like an idiot at a concert, or just sitting together watching TV. And he feels the same way about me. It’s great. No matter what life throws us (and it’s thrown a lot so far!), we always know we will be there for each other.”

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6. They embrace each other’s differences.

“I love being married. My wife and I are opposites. I am impulsive, she is detailed. I am aggressive she is reserved. Together we are like a fucking superhero, winning and conquering all!”

7. Sure, they argue, but they always fight fair.

“[My husband] never has unkind words for me, even when he’s upset. It means the world to me that we can ‘argue’ and still say ‘I love you.'”

8. They have fun, even when doing absolutely nothing at all.

“The most important thing starting out was that we loved being with each other. We made each other laugh. We could do something or nothing and have a great time because we were together. We just fit.”

9. They cheer each other on.

“Married for 25 years. She is a force of nature, all 104 pounds of her. This woman does everything, sings like an angel, dances, cooks, mixes cement, lays tiles, does woodworking, quilts, builds mosaics, gardens, runs her own restaurant and bed and breakfast. She is so alive. She lights up the room every time she walks in with her joy.”

10. They love each other — flaws and all.

“[My wife] made a man out of a mess. She allowed me to make mistakes without hating me for it … she loves me when no one else does … she made me whole.”

11. They feel lucky that they found each other.

“We’ve been together for 10, married for three. He is literally the best person I have ever known. I would do anything for him. We make each other ridiculously happy, it’s kind of gross … We play video games together, go climbing together, cook together, you name it. Sometimes I cannot believe how lucky I am because this relationship is so damn easy.”

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12. They support each other.

“[My husband] is so supportive in everything I do. He lifts me up when I’m down, always encourages me when I feel discouraged and when I need to talk about my feelings, he’s always there to listen. I mean it when I say I married my best friend.”

13. They understand that “in sickness and in health” is more than a phrase — it’s a promise.

“We’ve been married nine years, together for 13. Eight years ago I became significantly disabled. We were a two income house and I took care of pretty much everything at home. And then I couldn’t work anymore. I couldn’t cook or clean. I couldn’t do our grocery shop or pay our bills. I know he didn’t think he could do it, but he does it all. He finished his PhD while still working and having to do all the housework and even down to having to bathe me when I couldn’t … He’s a remarkable man and I adore him.”

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