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In the past, television was only distributed by cable, satellite, or terrestrial systems.  broadcaster in the world with the announcement today of a four-year contract with Nexstar Broadcasting Group, bringing the online entertainment company’s total affiliated news stations to 59., the parent company of, will provide all the technical expertise, equipment and streaming costs to the new stations throughout the length of the four-year agreement.

Nexstar Broadcasting Group’s 14 stations span the U.S. — from Rochester Rochester (rŏch`ĕstər, –ĭstər).

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Children And Divorce: Common Reactions And What To Say And Do

All children, no matter what their age or developmental stage will experience some effects of the divorce. Younger children may not be able to verbally express themselves but they are still impacted by these changes. Whereas, older children may have more understanding they may feel torn about the breakup of the family. This can be a very confusing time for children and adolescents. Below is some helpful information to help you and your child through this time in your lives.

Talking to Young Children (ages 4 to 8) – Common Reactions of Young Children

• Tantrums, crying or irritability

• Anger or aggression

• Negative behaviors or acting out

• Expressing fears of being alone, unloved, abandoned

• Clinging, need for parental attention

• Regressive behaviors (thumb sucking, “baby” talk, etc.)

• Blaming themselves for the divorce, parent leaving

• Withdrawal, emotional distance

• Fantasies about parents staying together, idealizing the other parent

• Disturbances in sleep

• Difficulty in school: difficulties with concentration, focus, staying on task.

What to Say and Do:

• Give verbal reassurance to young children.

• Give physical comfort.

• Give developmentally appropriate information about the divorce.

• Maintain consistent routines that are familiar to them.

• Discuss upcoming changes or schedules before they occur. Use a calendar to show in concrete ways what will happen.

• Give young children tangible items to provide them security.

• Read books or watch shows that address divorce.

Talking to Adolescents (ages 9 to 12) – Common Reactions of Adolescents

• Feelings of being hurt, lied to or betrayed.

• Anger or aggression.

• Feeling conflicted about loyalty to each parent, feeling “stuck in the middle.”

• Confusion about who they are and where they fit in

• Sense of shame about family situation.

• Negative behaviors, such as withdrawal, acting out, etc.

• Manipulative behavior, playing “games” with parents.

• Disturbances of sleep.

• Difficulties in school.

What to Say and Do

• Help children express and cope with grief, anger and other feelings of concern.

• Avoid placing the child in the middle of conflicts.

• Speak about positive aspects of the other parent.

• Avoid open criticism and support your child in maintaining a positive relationship with the other parent.

• Spend one-on-one time with your children to strengthen your relationship.

• Keep your child’s activities normal.

Talking to Teens (ages 13 to 18) – Common Reactions of Teens

• Feelings of anger and powerlessness about the divorce.

• May “grow up” more quickly, distance themselves emotionally from parents.

• Conflicted about loyalty to each parent.

• Sense of a loss of “home” or family security.

• Emotional withdrawal, depression, isolation.

• Self-destructive behaviors (drugs, alcohol, etc.).

• Increased sense of responsibility for their younger siblings.

• Questioning the permanency of relationships in general.

• Discomfort with parents’ new romantic relationships.

What to Say and Do

• Be honest with teens to avoid feelings of distrust.

• Reassure them of your love and ease any of their fears.

• Be consistent in your parenting and family rules.

• Avoid criticism of the other parent.

• Provide a consistent and stable routine of living.

• Support your teen’s positive relationships with friends.

• Identify other supportive adults that they can talk to.

Other tips in helping your child through a difficult time:

• Reassure them that it is not their fault.

• Remain consistency with discipline.

• Keep your promises.

• Be available to talk with your child when they are ready.

• Let your child be a kid (not taking on adult responsibilities).

• Take care of yourself. You are the backbone of the family.

• Seek professional help if you notice that your child’s symptoms are not improving.

Heidi Culbertson is the Director of Client Development at Harris Family Law. Harris Family Law specializes in Denver divorce, Colorado family law and Colorado child custody laws.

How Can I Get Back With My Ex Girlfriend

When relationships end all of a sudden, typically one or both involved will still doubt that the relationship is really over, especially if the relationship is in its early stages. Accepting that their girlfriend is really gone is something that men sometimes simply cannot do. They live hoping that they will wake up to their girlfriends face the next morning. If you are asking yourself “how can i get back with my ex girlfriend”, you need to start by coming up with a strategy regarding how you are going to do this.

There are multiple steps you must take if you want to successfully get back with your ex girlfriend. I am going to provide some tips that will be useful during this process.

First of all you need to realise that if you play your cards right, you can get a second chance. Getting back with your ex girlfriend is not impossible. First of all, you want really think about if you want her back, do you still love her? Do you still want her to be a significant part of your life? Will things be better than they are now if you get back together? Do you want her back for self-orientated reasons? Is getting back with you ex girlfriend in her best interests? Think about these things and make sure you do really want her back, and for the right reasons.

Even though the only thing running through your mind all day every day is “how can i get back with my ex girlfriend”, do not let her know this. In other words, do not let her see that you are desperate. It is completely understandable to want her back more than anything else, just don’t let her know it. Try talking to friends or family to let some of your emotions out. Don’t unleash them upon her. And most importantly, don’t turn into a stalker!

Let your emotions out in a healthy way, learn to control them. Don’t spend all of your time feeling sorry for yourself. Think about getting her back, not how bad you feel. If you show her how badly this has affected you she will most likely see you as weak and this will only reinforce her decision to be single even more.

Try to stay in touch with your ex. Before I go any further with this do not use this as an excuse to talk to her minute of every day. This will damage your chances massively, just try to keep means of communication open (you don’t even have to start the conversation). Don’t try to contact her every day, but you should by no means avoid her. Preferably you should discuss things other than your relationship. Just be casual.

Figure out what it was that went wrong with the relationship. There would have been a problem that led her to break up with, try to find out what that problem was and work on setting those things right so they can be avoided.

Most importantly, have a plan to get your ex girlfriend back, this will benefit you in the long run. Do not simply improvise and hope that things will work out, you will only damage your chances of getting her back even more. If you follow the above tip you won’t be asking “how can I get back with my ex girlfriend” for much longer.

Family is a Lie

I moved back in with my mother. Shara, my sister, stayed with Dad, of course. Somehow, though, despite our different opinions about Mom, we stayed close. I suppose that can be explained by the fact that we simply didn’t discuss her on our alternating weekend visits. Even when she came over to visit Mom, Shara was kind and polite to her. She simply preferred to live with Dad. His money helped her come to that decision, as well, I suppose.

Soon after the divorce, Dad started dating. He dated a short, mouthy schoolteacher for awhile, but dumped her when he met tall and tight-lipped Estelle. Estelle, the weenie. She acquiesced to my father in all matters. She was everything that my mother and I were not. She was milquetoast. And to make it worse, she had a daughter my age.

After she and my father married, Estelle enrolled Janelle in my high school. Janelle ended up in my senior English class. Janelle was an embarrassment. Nobody cared for her. She was aloof and withdrawn. She did not attempt to befriend anybody, spurning the advances of the most kindhearted and ardent of my friends. Eventually, we all forgot about her. Even at Dad’s house, she maintained a high level of invisibility.

One day, between classes, I ran into Janelle in the girls’ restroom. Her eyes were red and swollen. Her cheeks were still wet with tears. But more importantly, she was holding a bloody fingernail file.

“Janelle? What did you do?”

Janelle dropped the nail file in the trash can before she answered.

“Pretty is as pretty does.”

I laughed. Keep in mind, the amount of blood on the nail file was miniscule. She had obviously not killed anybody or mortally wounded herself. But someone had been hurt on some level and now she was talking nonsense. I was at a loss as to what to think about the situation. I laughed again. A short and unfelt haha.

Janelle turned to the mirror and smoothed her hair with her hands.

“Janelle, what the hell does that mean?”

She didn’t answer, she just left. Later, in our English class, she read her essay on family aloud.

“Family implies cohesion. Family implies love. Family is a lie. Couples divorce and split up their offspring. New relationships are formed. New couples emerge. New step-siblings meet. New step-siblings endure life with each other. Someone has to make sacrifices. Someone has to change schools. Someone has to make themselves get up everyday in a house without their cat because the new step-dad is allergic. Someone hates family. Someone ponders ways out.”

The class was silent, but for a few soft chuckles. By the end of the school day, the incident had been discussed and exaggerated amongst every clique and social forum.

Mrs. Reynolds, our English teacher, had Janelle’s counselor call her in. As a result of that meeting, Janelle ended up at County Hospital in the psychiatric ward for a month. It was only supposed to be for one week, but she made a suicide attempt. When she finally came home, Shara told me that Estelle and Dad screamed at Janelle. Apparently, Dad was furious about the hospital bill. It was bad enough that she had to go there in the first place, he said, but did she have to add more time on? Next time she wanted to kill herself, he said, she should make sure that she succeeded.

If nothing else, this scenario was valuable in that it caused Shara to grow up and see Dad for the beast that he was. Even more importantly, though, it taught us both that we were not alone in this mess called family. And we certainly were not the ones who had suffered.

Susan Sonnen, BA Psychology. I am a freelance writer with a focus on literacy and preschool education.  View profile

Increasing Divorce Rate

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Divorce rate in the USA is so high that more than 50% of the marriages are likely to end up in divorce. Statistics have also revealed that many other growing countries have the same high divorce rate. It appears that people have been so accustomed to the on-the-go services offered by fast-food chains or supermarkets that some of us today consider that marriages are also “disposable”.

Marrying today is taken only as a means to comply with the tradition rather than making it the solid foundation of a family.

Oftentimes, public figures like the celebrities, athletes, politicians and entertainers are the ones who are often involved in a divorce.

It is interesting to know that US policemen have the highest divorce rate compared to any other profession. This is because of the following: A risky profession, authoritative uniform, badge and guns attract the opposite gender. But soon after the policeman’s partner becomes aware of the danger and the hurricane-like life with his type of profession, it ends up with divorce.

Almost 50% of first marriages ended in divorce in the US along with many other countries like Russia, UK, New Zealand, Denmark, Australia and Canada. While two-thirds of second marriages end, three-quarters of third marriages are dissolved.

What happened to the wedding declarations that were supposed to be sacred? Does divorce become an “escape route” for couples who found problems with their marriage without trying to settle them first?

The value of marriage dropped dramatically over the years. This is based from the number of individuals who prefer not to marry their partners and just live in a civil union, but still decide to have children. What the couple does not know with this form of relationship is that the losing end here are the children.

Apart from the couples’ dilemmas in a relationship, how a person was raised by his or her parents can also be a cause for the lack of commitment to marriage. There’s a saying that “what you sow is what you reap”. If a child was not taken care by her parents very well, should we expect him or her to take care of his or her family in the future?

Religion can also influence a person towards marriage. It is not enough that you know what your religion is, and what is it about. You must also live it by heart.

On the other hand, there is a 40% less divorce rate for couples who already have children –significantly low compared with couples who have none. But how about the children from those broken marriages? As explained earlier, how a child was raised will reflect what he or she will do in the future. There’s a risk that the child can also be involved in a broken marriage. How can they be informed about the consequences of marriage if at their young age, they have also become a victim of it?

Remember that one-third of the children out there came from broken families. First divorce happens at the age of 33, which is also the average age of people with children. Due to this, kids are raised in a house with just a single parent. A stage in their life where there should be guidance provided to them by their mother and father.

Even if you will be supporting your children financially or you will be visiting them every now and then, there is always a big difference between being raised in a complete and bonded family than a broken home. Broken homes do not have the emotional security that can support a child as he or she grows up.

As our technology advances, so is our way of living. The sad part is that we become so modernized that we opt to forget the meaning of such traditions (just like the marriage vows) that are the basic foundation of a family. If an individual has lost the meaning and importance of marriage, how can we say that he or she is committed to the relationship? When you don’t know the essence of marriage, then how does it differ from a casual relationship?

If your child will be involved in casual relationships, can you claim that you’ve been a good role model? How can we say that we’re different from those animals who do not have a permanent partner?

Female chimps can have more than one partner –and have children from each of them. Since her current mate cannot distinguish which baby is his, he takes full responsibility for all the babies. A righteous trait that even a human will find hard to do.

Let us say that you are not really a religious person, this does not excuse you from giving value to your marriage. If you really value, love and care for your partner, these should be enough reasons for you to think twice and fix things up rather than seek divorce. Also, faithfulness and respect for the vows you have made in front of the church and to each other will enlighten you with a deep meaning of what marriage is all about.

Marriage is a lifetime commitment not just to your partner but also to yourself. We should never think of entering this kind of relationship if we’re only up for an immediate gratification instead of long lasting happiness.

Breaking Up Over Phone or Email

It’s amazing what people will do to avoid breaking up in person and having an honest conversation about their feelings. For example, there is even a reality show coming up on the Oxygen Network, called Breaking Up With Shannen Doherty where Shannen does the dirty work for you!

But there has to be some middle ground between having an awkward face-to-face conversation and involving Brenda from 90210 in your personal life- right?

The truth is, in some situations, you can get away with breaking up over the phone or email without being a complete asshole. Once I broke up with someone by text message and felt completely justified- but that was a special case. If it’s at all serious of course you have to break up in person. If it’s fairly casual, your conscience will tell you if a face-to-face conversation is called for but here are some guidelines.

You absolutely have to break up in person if:

-you were introduced by a mutual friend. This is a manners thing. You need to be extra careful because you don’t want to offend the friend who made the introduction.

-you have had sex more than once. Again- manners thing. Whether it was casual or not you should be nicest to the people who you have had sex with.

But online dating has changed everything and if a mini-relationship was born over IM, why shouldn’t it die the same way? Email can be even better because it can be composed at leisure and you don’t have to worry about an overly emotional real-time reaction.

Let me give you a case study from my own life. I went out with drinks with… let’s call him Joe. I felt odd about him, the conversation was stilted and he started acting strangely the more he drank. He was inappropriately affectionate and at one point tried to playfully bite my arm- which really creeped me out. I escaped quickly and went home. The next day I had an email from Joe saying that he had a great time and wanted to get together again. I responded with something along the lines of “It was really nice meeting you. You are a great guy but I don’t think we are a very good match. Best of luck finding someone you are more compatible with.” I had an almost instant email from Matt saying “Yeah, I was thinking the same exact thing.” Even though my email was polite and neutral I was scared to send it. But it was totally the right thing to do. After one bad date an in person breakup is certainly not required.

A phone conversation is a little trickier, but you can use similar strategies. A phone breakup is more appropriate if you have gone on a couple of dates- or if he calls to ask you out and you aren’t interested.

When ending a short term fling, honesty is not the best policy. You barely know each other so why not make it as painless as possible? Here are a few tips that will work in person, on the phone or email.

-Compliment them. If you can’t think of something specific, “You’re a great guy/girl” will do.

-Do not say “It’s not you, it’s me.” Seriously. Even if it’s true.

-Blame the dynamic between you- anything but the other person. It’s much easier to hear “I just don’t think you and I had the right chemistry” than something personal like “Your lazy eye creeped me out”

-End by sincerely (or fake sincerely) wishing them well. Like my grandmother said, “There’s a lid for every pot.” Even that creepy biting guy with the lazy eye.

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Gay men, straight lives: like a certain governor, many gay men married to women are now coming out, longing to live the life they’ve been missing.

On a second date in the early 1980s, Michael Sklar took his girlfriend to see Bloolips, a popular British show featuring gay men in drag, in Manhattan. Outside the theater his date told him that he seemed remarkably open-minded for a straight man. “That was my moment of opportunity,” Sklar says. “I told her I wasn’t exactly straight. I said, ‘I think I’m societal so·ci·e·tal  


Of or relating to the structure, organization, or functioning of society.

so·cie·tal·ly adv.

Adj.  acceptance that came only with marriage to a woman.

However, with recent advances for gay rights, including the fall of legalization LEGALIZATION. The act of making lawful.

     2. By legalization, is also understood the act by which a judge or competent officer authenticates a record, or other matter, in order that the same may be lawfully read in evidence. Vide Authentication.  of Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center provides a broad array of services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Its clinic and on-site pharmacy offers free and low-cost health, mental health, HIV/AIDS medical care and HIV/STD testing and prevention. . “But at a certain point many of these men overcome their own internalized companionship companionship

the faculty possessed by most truly domesticated animals. They are social creatures and have a great need for the companionship of other animals. Animals in groups are quieter and more productive as a rule.  [of our marriage].”

Sklar’s story fits with his age, says David Leddick, author of The Secret Lives of Married Men. He interviewed 40 gay men, age 29 to 88, and broke them into three age groups: 40 and younger; 40 to 50; and 50 or older. People in the younger group were fluid in their treatment of sexuality, he says, and their reasons for getting married varied too greatly to define in simple terms. The middle age group, like Sklar and McGreevey, typically got married for what Leddick terms “socially responsible” reasons: Family and society expected it, so they did it. “And the older group really married for social advancement,” he says. “Many of them married women of wealthy backgrounds whose families made it possible for them to have successful careers. And they had a whole thing about wanting to have children.”

That was Cape Cod Cape Cod, narrow peninsula of glacial origin, 399 sq mi (1,033 sq km), SE Mass., extending 65 mi (105 km) E and N into the Atlantic Ocean. It is generally flat, with sand dunes, low hills, and numerous lakes.  was married right out of college because he wanted a career and a family. And he didn’t identify as gay. “I was attracted to men, and I was attracted to her as well,” he says. “I thought everything would work out just fine, and I very much wanted to have children. We had three.”

Jim made regular trips to New York New York, state, United States

New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of  attended by a lot of gay men,” he says. “I’ll see gay couples and I’ll feel like I should be with them. But a couple of things are holding me back. Somebody’s going to get hurt, and there’s an awful lot of comfort in being married for 22 years. When I project myself into a future without my wife, I get very sad. There’s a lot invested in this marriage. I love my wife. I “always have.” men, straight lives: like a certain governor, many gay men…-a0123077765

High Profile Celebrity Breakups of 2011

Hollywood is known for its high profile stars and blockbuster movies that hit the big screen; however, there is plenty of heartbreak going on throughout this town of glitz and glamour. Many celebrity couples have put an end to their relationship, could it be from all the pressure that comes with the Hollywood lifestyle? Let’s take a look into the most recent breakups that have made headlines across the world.

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony

This power couple married in 2004 after Marc Anthony divorced Dayanara Torres and Jennifer had just ended a relationship with actor, Ben Affleck. On July 15, 2011 they announced they are separating and filing for a divorce. The couple became parents to twins Max and Emme in 2008.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shiver

In early May of 2011, Maria Shiver announced that she and her husband of twenty-five (25) years are separating. Maria is currently asking for spousal support from Schwarzenegger as well as asking that he pay all her attorney fees during their divorce process. The couple has cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their divorce; however, it has become known that her husband Arnold Schwarzenegger had fathered a child by their housekeeper over ten (10) years ago.

Joe Jonas and Ashley Greene

This very famous couple began dating in the summer of 2010. Joe and the Twilight actress broke off their relationship in March of 2011. Known for being seen around Hollywood holding hands and only having eyes for each other, the couple seem to have called it quits due to scheduling conflicts and the lack of time to spend together.

Charlie Sheen and Rachel Oberlin

Charlie Sheen announced in late April of 2011 that he and one of his “goddess,” Rachel Oberlin had called it quits. Rachel, also known as, Bree Olson, was not Sheen’s only goddess. He also had another gal by the name of Natalie Kenly. Before the breakup, neither lady’s ever left Charlie Sheen’s side. The both lived with Sheen in his home, as well as accompanied him on the road while he traveled.

Star Jones and Al Reynolds

Star, a former co-host of, “The View,” met and fell in love with Al Reynolds. The couple wed in a fairytale wedding in 2004. However; fairytales don’t last a lifetime, the couple called it quits and in March of 2008, Star filed for a divorce.

Some say in Hollywood that dreams come true, but for these couples, heartache came crashing down and they are left to pick up the pieces and move on.

I live in Tennessee with my husband and my kids. I am a freelance writer who enjoys writing on many different topics. I understand it is a tough business out there, I will continue working on my dream and ne…  View profile

The most Frequent cause of Divorce

Top 10 causes of divorce. (not necessarily in order)

1. Communication.Communication, communication, communication. We can never say it enough. The problem in most cases of divorces is not the communication by itself, but lack of communication between the couple. It is very is easy not to tell your partner how you feel or say to him that you your relationship is going down the drain. What’s difficult is to keep communicating. At the first sign of trouble, you the couple should express their worries, hopes, problems with the other person, etc. The couple should not hesitate in consulting with a marriage counsellor.

2.Absence.Your spouse is never home. You start to think that you live with a ghost. He/She is always at ‘work’, rarely comes home to have supper and start having all kinds of meetings that you never heard about and have long names. Cherchez la femme/l’homme! (Look for the woman/man!)

3.Loss of interest in you.Hello? Earth to spouse, Earth to spouse! When you talk, you feel like nobody listens to you. Even the kids seem to take you for granted (you feel more keely because nobody is there to share your feelings and emotions).

4.Disinterest in the family.Leaving the chores to one person only. You start to think that you are always the one doing everything and feel like a slave. Your the father-mother-maid-chef of the year! Did I mention that you still have to provide for your family? Bring the money!

5. The Affair.Your spouse is having an affair and still think he/she can get away with it.

6. When lying is breathing.You are the one who’s having an affair and still think that you can get away with it.

7.Caught in flagrante delicto.Your spouse is caught with another man/woman (directly or because you’ve got your proof with the pictures taken by the private detective your hired) or you are caught. The case of being of both parties being caught (not at the same time, of course, is also to be considered).

8.The in-lawsThey start to give the evil eye, because you are obviously the one who’s wrong. Fix it brother/sister!

9.Playing at ‘losing the battle’You feel that no matter what you do, you lost, are losing, or will lose the battle in the long run. You can’t see the end of the tunnel.

10.No longer thinking as a couple.You spouse is a stranger in your house and you want him/her out. You feel that you don’t share anything with him/her and can’t think about what you liked in him/her in the first place.

If you recognize yourself there, I’d say start communicating if you want to salvage your marriage. Good luck.

Voice Blogging Your Way to Income – Talk Radio Does It, Why Not You?

Millions and millions of people spend their free time listening to Talk Radio. The revenue from these shows must be good or the likes of Rush Limbaugh wouldn’t be there.

How can we cash in on this market?

You could buy advertising, if you have that kind of budget. You could write a book, get it published and hit the airwaves.

There are endless ways to get yourself out there and noticed. Some are good but most are questionable.

What you need is your own Talk Radio show! That way you control the message.

You can go to one of your local radio stations and buy air time. Once again, you have to have the budget to do this and remember the cheapest air time is at night… late at night!

Remember too… if you are not trained in the ways of radio broadcasting, you will need to hire people to help you; get phones set up for people to call in on, a switchboard to handle the calls and a thousand other things that make it happen. Do you have a small army of people who can help you?

As you can see, there’s a good reason why Rush Limbaugh works with a company that specializes in doing Talk Radio.

There’s a lot of software out there to help you do this from your home! But once again, do you have the budget? Cost is the barrier here and knowing how to use the whole ball of wax takes time to learn.

This is where the internet comes to our rescue once again!

There are websites out there that make it as easy as 1-2-3 to broadcast your own radio talk show.

They have integrated all the elements together for you:

* Most are web-based and listeners have no software to download

* Online chats

* Phones numbers for the call-ins, even 1-800 for a fee

* Switchboard to handle all the calls

* Many of the services are FREE

* Shows are broadcast from the host’s page directly from the web and it’s all live broadcasting

* Shows are archived as podcasts and listeners can download or stream the archives directly or subscribe to the show

* All those thousand and one things are handled by the website

All that is left to do is to find your niche and broadcast it to the world wide web. Are you the next Talk Radio superstar?

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