Mother of God. I want to tell you something. I have something at the pit of my stomach, and I have something that was dumped into my lap. I don’t want to be the one to have to tell you this.
A week before Quinn Duane’s wedding day, her fiancé decided to call the whole thing off, leaving Duane’s family with an empty banquet hall, a boatload of decorations, and enough food to feed over 100 people. So, what to do? The food was already paid for; the canceled wedding was still going to cost the Duanes $35,000.…
Diplo and Skrillex are having a banger summer, both individually (Major Lazer’s “Lean On”; Skrillex and Katie Couric’s “Untitled”) and together as Jack Ü. “Where Are Ü Now,” their chart-topping dance jam with Biebs, rides on the strength of Biebs’ lithe falsetto and a melancholy squiggle of synths; in the new video,…
I would think that if you tried to sell an unworn wedding dress with a wildly depressing description—which is actually written from the dress’s perspective—you might have a hard time finding a buyer.
There's a new app on the market: It's morally questionable, almost entirely useless, and marketed largely towards single women. Naturally, the world is abuzz.
TMZ reports that Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa are splitsville.
There are a myriad of well-trod paths away from heartbreak. You can go the Bridget Jones'/Cathy cartoon route and eat single serving Duncan Hines microwaveable cakes alone while listening to London Grammar. You can declare your friends BETTER THAN ANY MAN! over brunch, or have an temporarily esteem-empowering but…
New research suggests that dealing with bad shit might actually make you happier over time — as long as there's not too much bad shit at once.
This past week my boyfriend dumped me. Now, under normal circumstances, recovery would have been simple.
My most complicated and heartbreaking relationship is with a group of men who probably couldn't care less about me, and yet, I can't ever see myself leaving them.
Now, you no longer need to fear being confronted with happier times over morning coffee; Facebook has modified its perniciously insensitive "Photo Memories" box.
Hey, remember when that 10-year relationship ended, your life and home and future were sent into turmoil and all it took to fix it was some Chunky Monkey, a pair of PJs and a 2-minute sad-montage? No? Oh.
• The WSJ story about a woman who suffers "broken-heart syndrome" following her husband's death is both sweet and incredibly sad. But apparently not unheard of: severe emotional trauma can cause a surge in adrenaline, stopping the heart. •
Even though the business in this high-concept Adidas ad — a break-up service — doesn't actually exist, maybe it should. The commercial features a character named Akira, who races around Tokyo on a scooter informing people that they've been dumped, and why. "I finish relationships that have died," Akira explains. He…
Tokyo-based marketing firm Hime & Company allows its employees to take paid time off after a bad break-up, reports Reuters. And the older you are, the more time you're allotted. CEO Miki Hiradate, whose company of six women markets cosmetics, says, "Not everyone needs to take maternity leave but with heartbreak,…