“i was wondering if you could please post anonymously. I’m looking for some advice: my best friend (since we were infants, we’ve been inseparable) has a 9-month-old son. She’s a single mom who lives with her parents. She is 29, has a decent job, but she went through a breakup and moved in with them when she was pregnant.”
We were all heartbroken to learn that, after experiencing ongoing complications, cookbook author and Twitter queen Chrissy Teigen lost her third child late in her pregnancy. The former model has bravely shared her grief with the world and just posted a touching thank you note to her dear friends who are showing up to honor her loss.
A woman writes in asking for advice about a situation involving her best friend. This woman says that her best friend’s fiancé hit on her. She has texts and other receipts proving this. She ended up telling her best friend that this happened, a decision which, though she feels was right, has caused a great deal of pain for both women. The fiancé in question has been working to keep the women apart and to convince his fiancée to stay with him and drop her best friend. This woman is looking for support and advice, and she wants to know: Was telling her the right thing? And if so, why does she still feel so bad?
Sia recently revealed how she stopped Maddie Ziegler from boarding a plane with fallen filmmaker Harvey Weinstein, who is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence for rape and sexual assault. Sia recalls the moment in an interview on the Zach Sang Show, revealing how she always had this “extreme compulsion” to protect Maddie, sharing how she loves her as if she were her own. “I mean, as soon as I met Maddie I felt this extreme desire to protect her, and I think that it was part of my own healing, and I felt this extreme compulsion to protect her,” the singer revealed. “So I thought, how’s a good way I can keep her safe is just keep making projects for her, and therefore most of the time we’re working together.” She went on to reveal how she may have saved Maddie from a major Hollywood predator: “I kept her off a plane that Harvey Weinstein tried to get her on,” she shared. RELATED: 44-Year-Old Sia Shares How She Is A ‘F–king Grandma’ “I know there are times where my insight has really made a difference… like kept her safe. Yeah, that was really disgusting.” And while Sia did not …
A mom writes in asking for advice about a situation with her friend. She says her friend’s mom recently passed, and this mom had planned to attend the burial service. However, all of her options for having someone look after her daughter while she planned to go fell through, and for a variety of reasons, this mom does not want to bring her daughter to the service. After telling her friend she couldn’t make it, her friend told her that she was pulling the “mom card” and that her behavior would not be forgotten. Is the friend overreacting? Or did this mom make a mistake?
A woman writes in asking for advice about her friend. She says her friend is “proudly” dating a taken man, and this woman is confused about whether she should say something. She feels bad for the woman who doesn’t know she is being cheated on and wants to know if she should say something to her, even though it would effectively end her friendship with the woman who is dating the taken man. Should she say something or mind her own business?