Dear Meredith, I recently broke up with my ex. I am in my late 20s and she is in her late 30s. We had a great relationship at first. We met through swiping about two years ago. She was still living with her cheating ex-husband at the time, and to this day is still not divorced. She moved out in with some friends some months into our relationship, and that's when it really took off. We would spend almost every night together, enjoyed each other's company, and did a lot of fun things. But in recent months I began noticing that there was no compassion or empathy with her. We would hang out but she would constantly be on her phone. She saw the world through her phone more than her eyes. She then started going on five-hour happy hours (sometimes longer) with a friend, which did not bother me – but there was no communication. I would wonder for hours where she was. When I would see her, she wouldn't give me a hug or kiss – just a "whats up?" and that was that. I fell in love with … [Read more...] about ‘Did I make a major mistake?’
by Robert Bicknell I watch people at the driving range almost every week and am constantly surprised at the amount of them who really have no idea how to actually practice. Let me give you a tip – hitting balls endlessly with a 7-iron isn’t how you get better on the golf course. Even worse, most of them don’t spend any time at all at the practice green working on putting, chipping and pitching. Or bunker practice. Then they have the nerve to look surprised when they get on the course and don’t see any improvement. First of all, you need to understand how the brain works… As the brain is amazingly complicated, it gets bored very quickly. You might think that hitting 50 balls in a row with a 7-iron will help groove your swing, it’s not really doing much for your overall game. After the first 10 balls, the brain has pretty much checked out and is not paying attention anymore. It’s bored. Oh, and by the way, there is no such thing as … [Read more...] about (Good) practice makes perfect
PUBLISHED: 12:51 10 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:51 10 July 2018 Newsdesk The Norwich Three Lions.. Reporter Dave Hannant by the City Hall Lions. Picture: Nick Butcher Archant © 2018 Three lions on a... step. The Norwich Three Lions.. Reporter Dave Hannant by the City Hall Lions. Picture: Nick Butcher This newspaper made it three lions on the steps of City Hall ahead of England’s key World Cup clash on Wednesday evening. Local democracy reporter David Hannant borrowed a cuddly toy lion from Langleys toyshop in the Royal Arcade and took it to the two lions at the City Hall steps which famously flank the building. “Everywhere you turn at the moment people are singing about Three Lions on a shirt, so it just makes perfect sense for there to be three on the steps of City Hall as well. “Two just isn’t enough,” Mr Hannant said. “What better way to roar Harry Kane and Co on to glory as they make sure football’s coming home? “And … [Read more...] about We make it Three Lions at City Hall!
PUBLISHED: 18:49 18 April 2018 | UPDATED: 18:51 18 April 2018 Andrew Hirst The Seven's co-producers Amar Adatia, left, and Dean Cain. Picture: AMARICH PRODUCTIONS Archant Two stately Suffolk homes provided the “mysterious” backdrop for a horror film starring former Superman Dean Cain. Scenes from The Seven were shot at Seckford Hall Hotel. Picture: COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL Crew-members involved in The Seven, which includes scenes shot in Seckford Hall and Woodhall Manor, hotels near Woodbridge, said their visit to Suffolk provided “a lot of inspiration” – and plans for more movie making in the county. It is the latest sign of Suffolk’s burgeoning film industry, which has seen scenes from Jurassic World filmed at Rock Barracks, A Child in Time shot in Shingle Street and Detectorists filmed around Framlingham. The Seven visited Suffolk to capture its historic buildings for an opening scene set in the ‘60s. Produced by award-winning Essex … [Read more...] about Suffolk’s ‘old beautiful and mysterious mansions’ make perfect setting for Dean Cain’s new horror film The Seven
It’s a pointed attack located right on the banner of her new website, between “Meet Cynthia” and “Why I’m Running”: #CuomosMTA. Cynthia Nixon’s campaign announcement on Monday leaned strongly on the declining state of MTA subway service, which Gov. Andrew Cuomo has overseen during his two terms in office. It has become a point of frustration among New Yorkers that some observers believe could make the governor vulnerable in this coming election. “We want our government to work again on health care, ending mass incarceration, fixing our broken subways,” said Nixon in the video announcing her campaign, which features shots of her in the subway system. “We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us.” The “Sex and the City” star and political activist expanded on the theme on her website, which attacked Cuomo for his handling of the MTA and noted that, “unlike … [Read more...] about Cynthia Nixon makes subways a central focus of gubernatorial campaign announcement