One Direction, the UK boyband that you reluctantly grew to like (love?) after the blog you write for made you go see This Is Us multiple times in the theater, is no longer on hiatus. Good news? More like LIFE RUINING NEWS: They are no longer on hiatus because they are permanently breaking up, according to US Weekly.
It's winter season, but there are four other seasons allegedly converging as we speak: If you're in a relationship, you're straying. If you're not committed, you want to be. If things are serious, you might be popping the question. And if they are too serious, they may be ending.
I’m a 28-year-old professional, and my relationship of five years recently ended. The breakup was friendly, mature, heart breaking and complicated. His family was my family. We had shared assets to divvy up, an apartment to set a timeline on moving out of, and long-formed habits to break like talking to each other…
Jonathan and Ivory have been together for five years. But Jonathan wants to have kids, and Ivory really doesn't. So they have to break up, and they're telling all of their friends (and the world) by singing about it together in a music video.
I once received a breakup Facebook message—more of a cease-and-desist, really—so diplomatic that it was used afterwards by more than one of my friends to break up with the person they were dating. (I've largely forgotten its contents, other than the phrase "vis-a-vis me").
Today, the Maryland Supreme Court is considering the curious case of a couple who has decided to go their separate ways. The same-sex couple was originally married in California, where gay marriage was legal. But when they decided to split up, the state of Maryland denied their request on the grounds that their…
An attorney from New Jersey has sued two of his ex-girlfriends after both of them posted unflattering things about him on a website called LiarsCheatersRUs. The man says the vitriolic postings are ruining his career, the women won't back down, and the site can't even be bothered to fully spell out the word "are" in…
Breaking up is one of the most difficult social minefields of all — but today, we offer you tips on how to cut ties with everyone from a bad date to your therapist.
Attention spineless wimps: You can now pay someone else to unfriend people on Facebook, dump your significant other, or even initiate a divorce. This charming dude, from iDump4u.com, will do it all. And put it online. Let's try it out.