Wednesday, May 23, 2012 • 12:01 am
I have a word of encouragement for all the female readers and subscribers of my blog.
Spring is here. Hopefully that’s good news on the Vitamin D front and for general energy and outdoor activities.
But then there’s the other kind of ‘Spring Fever’ and crazy stuff like “ring by spring”. Depending on your perspective, some of it might feel like a downer. For example:
Some of your girlfriends are posting pictures of their latest excursions with their boyfriends; Some friends are changing their facebook statuses to ‘In a relationship’ or ‘Married’ or ‘I’m hot and you’re not.’
Whatever the deal, it’s time to take a moment to get perspective.
Just when you lost all hope on the charisma, charm, and chivalry of single men and considered giving up on your dream dude…
there is hope!
As much as folks want to knock online services Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: , e-harmony, match.com, relationships, video dating
Monday, November 22, 2010 • 12:01 am
Last week, a pastor in New Jersey, Rev. Cedric Miller, made somewhat global news by his edict to many couples in his congregation to delete their Facebook accounts as he witnessed evidence that FB was ruining marriages since it was a “portal to infidelity.”
The news – in itself – was fascinating and worth discussing but unfortunately, the story got a little more sensational (in a bad way) as news surfaced that the pastor engaged in some inappropriate relationships in his personal past.
In court testimony he gave in April 2003, Miller said his wife had an extramarital affair with the church assistant. Miller said he participated in many of the sexual encounters and said the assistant’s wife was sometimes present, too.
Miller said the dalliances — which occurred in the Millers’ home — sometimes took place during Thursday Bible study meetings and Sundays after church. But the minister said the encounters “came to a crashing halt” when several women in the church accused the assistant of having sex with them. [yahoo news]
What? Huh? I’m not even sure how to respond to this so I won’t… Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: , facebook, marriage, relationships, rev. cedric miller