51-Year-Old MLB Manager Gets Wild Haircut After Losing Bet

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Episode 182 Scott Adams: John Brennan Losing His Security Clearance While Sipping the Tears of His Critics

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Losing Sleep – Chris Young

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My friends and I had joined a weight-loss organization. At one meeting the instructor held up an apple and a candy bar. “What are the attributes of
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“Low in calories” and “lots of fiber” were among the answers. She then detailed what was wrong with eating candy, and concluded, “Apples are not only
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Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police – Andy Grieve & Lauren Lazin

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Based on the acclaimed memoir by renowned guitarist Andy Summers, CAN'T STAND LOSING YOU follows Summers' journey from his early days in the psychedelic 60s music scene, when he played with The Animals, to chance encounters with drummer Stewart Copeland and bassist/vocalist Sting, which led to the formation of a punk trio, The Police. During the band's phenomenal rise and its dissolution at the height of their popularity in the early 80s, Summers captured history with his candid photographs. Utilizing rare archival footage and insights from the guitarist's side of the stage, CAN'T STAND LOSING YOU is "a unique exploration of the trio's history" (National Post) that brings together past and present as the band members reunite, thirty years later, for a massive world tour.

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Kelela on Losing Luggage in Paris and Finding a New Look on Louis Vuitton’s Front Row

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It’s the stuff of Paris Fashion Week lore: The R&B singer whose breathy vocals have become something of a siren call to designers for the Spring 2016 season, is en route to take her place front row at Louis Vuitton, one of the most highly anticipated shows of the season—and yet, her luggage simply doesn’t make it.



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Panic could have set in, but as Kelela, whose throwback slow jam “Rewind” popped up on the soundtrack everywhere from Opening Ceremony to Fendi, reveals, all was not lost.

“Luckily, Vuitton saved the day and outfitted me for my entire stay,” says the D.C.-born, L.A.-based singer, who chose a selvedged denim maxi skirt, cropped jacket, and ’90s raver-girl platform boots for her Paris Fashion Week debut. Perched on the front row at Louis Vuitton alongside Grimes, her ensemble was right in step with the cyberpunk-inspired looks Nicolas Ghesquière sent down the runway.

But it was the orange ribbed knit skimmer she wore later that night, to a dinner in celebration of the house’s new collection, that really spoke to Kelela’s sense of personal style. “My favorite piece of clothing was a ribbed tangerine dress that tulips out below the knee. The garment fit like a glove, and that second-skin made me feel sexy and confident,” she says. “Whether it’s body-con or an oversize silhouette, I focus on achieving that feeling when picking my clothes.”



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And of course when her music inspires the people making those clothes, it makes the art of dressing seem more like a collaboration. “It’s a very fulfilling experience to see my music paired with another artist’s blood, sweat, and tears,” says Kelela who recently released her new EP, Hallucinogen, a follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2013 debut mixtape, Cut 4 Me. “I know a lot of the designers have put so much in, so it’s an honor to provide context for those pieces to shine.”



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How to Negotiate Your Divorce Without Losing Your Shirt

Most lawyers will tell you not to even try to negotiate your own divorce settlement. That’s because most lawyers believe that they can negotiate for you better than you can negotiate for yourself.

For many people, that is probably true. Negotiating, especially with someone you can barely stand to speak to anymore, is tough. Negotiating something as emotional as your own divorce, is even tougher. But, it’s not rocket science either. For many people, it’s also necessary — hiring high-powered attorneys and fighting in court is just too expensive.

What many divorcing couples don’t realize is that, even if they have lawyers, they often end up negotiating at least a part of their case themselves. Either their lawyers are arguing in circles and getting nowhere (while the legal bills mount up), or the couple just gets so sick of fighting that they work out a deal on their own.

While divorce negotiations are definitely not for everyone, negotiating even a part of your own divorce settlement can save you time and money, if you do it right! Here are 10 tips for how to negotiate your divorce directly with your soon-to-be-ex.

1. Understand Your Finances BEFORE You Open Your Mouth. If you don’t know what your financial situation is, or you don’t understand your finances, you MUST get help BEFORE you negotiate anything! You wouldn’t ride in a car being driven by a blind man. Don’t try to negotiate yourself unless you have a firm grasp on your finances and understand what you own and owe.

If you need help, hire a financial advisor to explain your finances to you. If, after doing that, you still don’t feel comfortable talking about finances, or you don’t understand how they work, then don’t negotiate for yourself! The cost of lawyer-led negotiation is nothing compared to what you will lose by negotiating a bad deal.

2. Make Sure You Understand What the Law Requires and Allows, Especially When it Comes to Your Kids. Judges care about children. Unless they are given a really good reason not to do so, they will require you to comply with the child support laws of your state. They will require a parenting schedule that allows both you and your spouse to have a relationship with your children. They will demand that your overall divorce settlement be fair.

You don’t need to have a law degree to understand the basics of what you need to know to negotiate your divorce settlement. Spend an hour or two with your lawyer or a divorce educator learning how the divorce system works and what the law requires. Do your homework before you start negotiating.

3. Know What You Want. This sounds so simple. Yet so many people wander through their divorce wanting “what’s fair” without ever stopping to consider what “fair” really looks like. Be precise. What exactly do you want? Write it down. Write all of your “wants” down. Then rank them in order of importance. You will never get everything you want, but if you know what is most important, you can negotiate for that.

4. Know What You Need. To know what you need you have to have a budget and a balance sheet. You need to know what you and your spouse earn, what you have, and what you owe. Having enough income and support to be able to pay your bills is not just a want, it is a need. That is something you should not bargain away.

5. Know What Your Spouse Wants and Needs. The more insight you have into what your spouse wants and needs, the more you can negotiate in a manner that will satisfy both of you. You may think you don’t care about what your spouse wants or needs, but that kind of attitude is short-sighted. The more you can create a “win-win” situation for both of you, the more likely you are to succeed in settling your case amicably.

6. Know Your Bottom Line. As Kenny Rogers says, “You gotta know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em.” If your spouse won’t settle on terms you can live with, then you have to be ready and able to walk away. Sometimes, only a judge can make someone become reasonable. You also need to reality check your settlement proposal and make sure that you are not the one who is being unreasonable. (Hint: If your lawyer tells you your demands are unrealistic, listen!)

7. Check Your Emotions at the Door. Yes, this one is tough. This is why most people would rather let their lawyer negotiate their divorce than try to do it themselves. But nothing will derail your discussion faster than falling back into the same old argument you have had with your spouse for the last few years of your marriage. Also, if things get too heated, take a break. Don’t start talking again until things have cooled down.

8. Be Willing to Brainstorm Alternatives. Your way is not the only way to do things. (Sorry!) Try to keep an open mind. Ask your lawyer and financial advisor to help come up with various settlement scenarios that might meet your needs, your spouse’s needs, and your children’s needs. Listen to your spouse’s ideas. The more options you have to choose from, the more likely it is that you will land on a settlement that works for everyone.

9. Set the Ground Rules Before You Begin. If you want to be able to have your lawyer review your agreement before you make the terms final, make sure you tell your spouse that BEFORE you start negotiating. You don’t want your spouse won’t feel like you are going back on what you agreed if, at the end of your negotiation, you say that you want your lawyer to review your agreement. (PS Having your lawyer review your agreement before it is final is always a good idea!)

10. Always Have a Strategy and a Plan. If you don’t know where you are going, you will end up wherever you end. That is not a plan. A plan is knowing what you want and having some idea about how you can get it. A strategy is the approach you will take in implementing your plan. As a general rule, never lead with your bottom line. Know what you are willing to give up. Then negotiate.

Negotiating with your ex is not for everyone. If you can’t do it yourself, but you still want to hold down your legal costs you might think about hiring a mediator to help you and your ex negotiate more effectively. You can also look into collaborative divorce, which will allow you and your spouse to negotiate with the help of divorce professionals who are in the room with you.

Any way you do it, though, negotiating a settlement will always be way less expensive and time consuming than fighting with your spouse in court.

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The Touching Thing This 5-Year-Old Did After Losing Her Dad To Cancer

A Wisconsin preschooler celebrated her fifth birthday with a special tribute to her father, who died of cancer. 

Olesia Clark was 2 years old when her dad Kyle passed away in December 2012 after a 17-month battle with brain cancer, her mom Elizabeth told The Huffington Post. 

“Olesia and Kyle were very close,” Clark said. “They spent a lot of time hanging out, going for long walks and reading books. He even took her to the gym with him where he worked part-time where she would sit behind the desk with him to greet clients.”

Around the time school ended last year, Olesia asked her mom if she could cut her hair and give it to kids who have cancer. When Clark asked her daughter why she wanted to do that, “she said that a friend from her class had done it and that she thought it was a really good thing to do,” the mom said. 

As Olesia and her mom were starting to plan her fifth birthday party, they decided that would be the perfect time to make the hair donation. On July 18, Clark’s stylist friend Tracie came to their house, and cut off 12 inches of Olesia’s hair to donate to Wigs for Kids.

Though the little girl “seemed a little nervous,” her mom said Olesia’s face “lit up” in excitement when Tracie handed her the freshly cut ponytail.  ”It was a really hot and humid day so when her new cut and style was complete, she kept running her fingers through it telling me that it felt ‘so cool.'” Clark said.

Olesia then celebrated her fifth birthday with friends and family, but instead of opening traditional birthday gifts she asked guests to make donations to the Aurora Health Care Foundation to support neuro-oncology research at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. 

The donations in lieu of presents idea was a suggestion from Olesia’s mom. “I asked her, ‘Would you like to ask for birthday gifts for your birthday like you do every year or since you are going to be donating your hair, would you also like to ask your friends to make donations to help people like your daddy instead of bringing gifts?'” Clark told HuffPost. “Without hesitation, her response was, ‘I want to help people like my daddy!'”

Clark said Olesia still cherishes her memories of her father. “The thing that she remembers most about him is how much fun they used to have together,” the mom said. “He was a really funny guy and she remembers that he was really funny and made her smile a lot, even when he was in the hospital.”

The mom also believes Olesia’s selflessness is making her dad very proud. “He was always proud of her, from the time she took her first breath until the time he took his last. There is not a doubt in my mind that he’s up there in Heaven, smiling down on her with pride at this very moment,” she said.

Clark hopes her family’s story will raise awareness and inspire people to donate to brain cancer research. She also hopes Olesia can inspire other people who have lost loved ones to cancer to get their children involved in the cause. 

“Olesia went through a lot when her dad died and still struggles with the aftermath of losing a parent. Making the decisions to cut her hair and then to collect donations instead of birthday presents gave her a new sense of healing from her experiences,” the mom said. “It opened up an opportunity for her to talk about her dad and help others in the process. And she didn’t miss the presents at all — in fact, she still looks for donation notifications in the mail every day in hopes that more people are giving.”

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Losing Control: Kerr Chronicles, Book 1 (Unabridged)

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Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police

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Release Date: March 20, 2015


Based on the acclaimed memoir by renowned guitarist Andy Summers, Can't Stand Losing You follows Summers' journey from his early days in the psychedelic 60s music scene, when he played with The Animals, to chance encounters with drummer Stewart Copeland and bassist/vocalist Sting, which led to the formation of a punk trio, The Police. During the band's phenomenal rise and its dissolution at the height of their popularity in the early 80s, Summers captured history with his candid photographs. Utilizing rare archival footage and insights from the guitarist's side of the stage, Can't Stand Losing You brings together past and present as the band members reunite, thirty years later, for a massive world tour.

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Why Sofia Vergara Says She’d Be ‘OK’ With Losing Her Fame

Sofía Vergara is at the pinnacle of her career thanks to a handful of endorsement deals and her role as Gloria in ABC’s Emmy-winning series “Modern Family.” But the Colombian-born actress recently said she never expected to become an actress, much less famous.

Vergara, 42, is set to grace the cover of Cosmo for Latinas’ summer issue, out on newsstands May 19. In her interview with the magazine, the star spoke about why she wouldn’t mind losing her fame, and her experience as a Latina in Hollywood.

The “Modern Family” star has been TV’s highest-paid actress for three consecutive years. But her success, she says, is not something she ever expected or aimed for.

“Sometimes you want fame to go away a little bit, because you want to do normal things,” Vergara told Cosmo For Latinas. “I think I’m old enough that I’ve already enjoyed all of it, so if it goes away, I think I’m still going to be OK. It was never really what I was looking for — it wasn’t even being an actress or being famous — it was just supporting myself and making money and doing a business for myself.”

When asked about her thoughts on the lack of Latinos in Hollywood, the actress said the community should instead focus on the recent success of Golden Globe-winning “Jane The Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez and director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s big win at this year’s Academy Awards.

“There aren’t as many roles for Latinas as we would want there to be, but we shouldn’t be complaining because a Latin girl just won a Golden Globe, a Latin director just won an Oscar,” Vergara told the magazine. “We should be very happy that there are people out there who are doing things and being recognized.”

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times earlier this month, however, Vergara did note that she feels there aren’t enough Latinos behind the scenes writing in Hollywood.

And the actress isn’t wrong about the numbers. “The Latino Media Gap,” a report released last June by Columbia University, found that between 2010 and 2013, only 2 percent of TV writers with a “critical position” were Latino.

“The problem is there aren’t Latin people creating content,” Vergara told the newspaper. “Many of them are doing soap operas. It is a lack of Latin people writing. It’s not the fault I think of an American writer. Usually when you write, you write what you know about. I admire the people who write for Gloria in ‘Modern Family.’ They’re mostly men. Mostly they’ve had wives like Julie Bowen’s character, but they’ve never had a Latin woman.”

For more on Sofia Vergara’s interview, head to Cosmo For Latinas.

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The Key To Losing Weight (And Accomplishing Almost Anything)

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Losing weight doesn’t start with diet or exercise. It starts with believing that you deserve to be healthy. If you believe you deserve better, you will create better for yourself.

When you look at those people whom you admire — the ones who are skinny, glamorous, seem to have it all — do you say the following to yourself? “They are better than I am, and I will never be able to look the way they look or feel the way they seem to feel. I guess I’ll never have what they have; I’ve seen myself try and fail too many times.” You may still feign excitement or get temporarily pumped up about some quick-fix fad diet, but do you really believe you can do it? If not, you won’t do it.

If, on the other hand, you look at your role models and think, “Now it’s my turn,” then this is your chance to make it so. If you do different, you will have different. If you begin to require more of yourself, that in and of itself is different.

Start by adjusting your thinking. You’ve got to abandon all your negative beliefs about yourself and replace them with positive ones. You have to identify and embrace what it is that you are good at, as well as the qualities, traits, and characteristics that make you a worthwhile human being.

I’ll give you an example from my life. When I was a kid, my personal truth was severely damaged. My family was dirt poor, my father was a bad alcoholic, and there were even times growing up when I was hungry and homeless. I had to rally just to feel like a second-class citizen! But eventually, and with a lot of help from some coaches, I found something I could be proud of. As it turned out, I was a good athlete.

Now, obviously, I was no Tom Brady, but on the football field, I could run pretty darn fast and jump pretty darn high, and I seemed to be able to catch and hang on to the ball better than most. Once that whistle blew, my team didn’t care where I lived or who my family was; they cared that I could play football. And when I looked around to find that all of my teammates whom I held in high esteem were suddenly deferential to me — they believed I was superior — I thought, “There must be something good about me because they’re choosing team captain, and they choose me.” So I focused on that one area, and that was enough for my self-worth to begin to grow.

Finding value in that one area gave me enough traction to stop putting myself down for what I wasn’t blessed with and focus instead on what I was blessed with and worked hard doing. I was giving myself a fact-based attribution to my self-image. You can do the same. Here are four steps to get you started:

1. Decide what you are good at or what is good about you.

2. Observe yourself exhibiting those qualities or characteristics or mastering a given function or activity.

3. Acknowledge that you are living up to your potential and having some mastery in your life.

4. Make an attribution to yourself regarding that competency.

Now we need to apply this approach to how you feel about your body and losing weight. You’ve got to decide, and really believe, that you can be good at losing weight. As you learn to eat healthy and incorporate exercise into your daily routine, you will observe yourself mastering weight loss, because the scale and the measuring tape will reflect that fact. You will change your personal truth to reflect the new reality you’ve created. And as your personal truth begins to change, you will stop beating yourself up for all the mistakes you’ve made in the past. Then you behave your way to success, because once you’ve changed your thoughts and beliefs about yourself, your behavior follows.

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Are You Crazy in Love Yet Dread Losing It?

Many people fear relationship failure. Real love makes us feel vulnerable and we tend to have fear of the unknown. Putting trust in someone can make us feel exposed. Some people even believe that the more they care about someone, the more at risk they are for being hurt.

Recently, I met with Claire, a bright 28 year-old teacher who reflected “The thought of forever terrifies me, I just can’t see myself with Jake forever but I’m madly in love with him.”

Claire is an attractive professional who has been dating Jake for over a year and continues to question whether their relationship will work out. When Jake talks about their future together, Claire usually changes the topic or suggests that they discuss it on another occasion.

You don’t have to be a commitment-phobe to be afraid of losing someone you love. You can be walking on air and madly in love and yet fear that when you open yourself up to another person, they will hurt you and you will lose out on love.

Are you foolish to fear losing love? I don’t believe so and I’ve actually interviewed hundreds of women who share your fears. It can be strange wondering if intense love can lead to dwindling passion and even possible divorce.

Although you might currently be in a satisfying relationship, do you ask yourself: what will my relationship look like in five, 10, or 15 years? What if I get everything I’ve always dreamed of? Would I even know what it felt like to be happy and have no reservations, doubts, or fears?

Do you have fears about spending forever with someone even if you love that person? No matter how much you love someone, you may have misgivings some days and this is completely normal.

However, fear of relationship failure can hold you back and prevent you from being your best self. It can limit you by causing anxiety and fostering a pessimistic attitude about the future. Many times, even in the most blissful moments, there might be a lingering thought in the back of your head that your relationship may not work out, and that it will all come crashing down around you.

If you can relate to fearing relationship success, I ask you to consider the following: Know that no relationship is conflict free, but you are worthy of having a relationship that makes you happy. If you aren’t there yet, embrace where you are now.

It would feel uncomfortable to have a “perfect” relationship. Of course, no such thing exists, but how strange would it feel to be at peace and perfectly content in a relationship? To have complete faith that my partner has my best interests at heart? Wouldn’t it be a little unnerving?

Since we all grew up in a culture where divorce has been widespread, it’s understandable to question whether our intimate relationships will last. For many people, especially daughters of divorce, pain is what we know. Conflict is what’s comfortable. Dealing with an unavailable partner is in our wheelhouse. A partner who wants nothing more than to be with us and make our happiness his/her top priority is alien.

What is it that holds you back from achieving a satisfying relationship? And once you have it, what will you do when you get there?

6 Tips to help you deal effectively with uncertainty in relationships:

1. Accept that love is a risk. There are no guarantees in love. Accepting this will ease your sense of panic and help you to live in the moment.
2. Survey your friends about love. If they are completely honest, most of them will admit that they fear — or have feared losing a loved one at some point in their life.
3. Keep in mind that new love or commitment stirs up past hurts. When you fall in love it might trigger feelings of past hurt, loss, or rejection because we’re all impacted by our history.
4. Challenge your thoughts that you aren’t good enough. Loving someone may make you question how lovable you are. You might ask yourself: am I good enough for this person whom I love, admire, and appreciate so much? Switch these negative thoughts to positive ones such as: “The past has no hold over me and I am worthy of love.”
5. Deal with fears head-on. Admitting you have fears is the first step to working through them. Talk to someone you trust, write in a journal, shed these feelings in a safe way.
6. Practice being vulnerable in small steps and talk to a therapist or close friend about your growth. Don’t let your fear of rejection or past hurt stop you from achieving the love and intimacy you deserve.

Trust and vulnerability are essential aspects of achieving intimacy in relationships. According to Dr. Brené Brown, disengagement is the most dangerous factor that erodes trust in a relationship. The only way to avoid this is to risk being vulnerable with your partner by asking for help, standing up for yourself, sharing unpopular opinions, and having faith in yourself and your partner.

The ultimate risk is allowing yourself to fall in love — which requires letting go of control and fear of being hurt or abandoned. Opening up to your partner can make you feel vulnerable but is the most crucial ingredient in a loving, trusting, intimate relationship.

Intimacy can be an important source of comfort and provide predictability in an uncertain world. The truth is that all relationships end, through breakup, death, or divorce. Why waste time being preoccupied with fear of your relationship ending? It is possible to be vulnerable and close to others without losing parts of yourself. By doing this, you’ll be able to restore your faith in love, trust, and intimacy.

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Prince Harry Opens Up About Losing Princess Diana While Visiting Orphans In Brazil

Prince Harry took a break from the fun and games of the World Cup to bond with — and offer support to — some of Brazil’s orphans.

While Harry certainly enjoyed some World Cup festivities, he also made sure to cordon off time to meet with orphans there who are getting help from Acer, a nonprofit that works to empower street kids, the Telegraph reported.

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In a rare emotional moment, Harry opened up about losing his own mother — a topic he rarely discusses — to show the children that he can empathize with their pain.

“I wanted to use my own experiences in a very small way to try to give them a bit of understanding about the fact that I see what you’re going through,” he told the Telegraph. “But you hear the stories and think that’s nothing to what they have been through.”

When he was 12 years old, Harry lost his mother, Princess Diana, who was killed in a car crash in Paris.

Despite the tragic circumstances surrounding his mother’s death, the prince said his loss pales in comparison to the struggles the orphans in Brazil face.

Many of their parents have succumbed to drug addiction, murder and violence, the Telegraph reported.

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Harry said he felt particularly heartened by Acer’s work with vulnerable children.

Founded in 1993, Acer aims to give underserved kids a second chance through its educational programs, efforts to end child labor and family counseling.

“Some of the children’s stories almost reduced me to tears,” Harry said in a tribute to Brazil. “But the smiles on their faces show the positive impact their community is having on them and the success story of Acer. When I’m here, I feel like one of you.”

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