Most of us struggle with the parts of ourselves that we don’t love the most, whether it’s a physical trait or a characteristic we wish we didn’t possess. From not speaking up to lacking self-discipline and more, we’re writing an apology to ourselves.
Say What?! Debt Collectors Can Now Legally Text, Email, and Connect with You on Social Media
From emails and text messages to requests to connect with you on social media, a new law has gone into effect where debt collectors can legally send emails and text messages – and even connect with you on social media to settle any outstanding debt. Tell us: Fair or foul?
Tye Tribbett: Infusing Hope in His Songs, Sustaining 24 Years of Marriage, New Single ‘Anyhow’
Grammy Award-winning Gospel artist/songwriter, musician, and pastor Tye Tribbett is back with new music! He dishes on his new single, “Anyhow,” and the importance of infusing hope and encouragement in his music. Plus, he opens up about the realities of marriage and staying in love after 24 years.
Secondhand Embarrassment: Lipstick on Teeth, Dirty Nose &... Lubricant in the Background of a Zoom?!
We want to know how you deal with secondhand embarrassment! From noticing something on someone’s face to an embarrassing item in the background of a Zoom call, do you say something or keep it to yourself?
Accepting Compliments from a Stranger: ‘You’re My Husband’s Hall Pass!’
What’s the weirdest thing a stranger has ever said to you? From “I love you” to “you’re my husband’s hall pass,” we’re sharing the strangest compliments that made us go “Huh?”
Fair or Foul: Lying to End Long-Winded Conversations? Lisa Rinna Just Might Have the Secret!
Is there ever a time when it’s okay to lie to end a long-winded conversation? Guest co-host Lisa Rinna just might have the secret! Plus, we’re sharing the movies that we think deserve a sequel!
Is Closure Necessary? Garcelle & Lisa Rinna Reveal How They Moved On After a Brief Rift
Is it fair to expect closure after a bad situation? Garcelle and guest co-host Lisa Rinna open up about why closure was necessary for them to move on after a brief disagreement. Tell us: Is closure really necessary or should a person’s actions be enough?