Topic: domestic-abuse

Dear Rihanna: You Can, And Should, Get Over Your First Love (Especially If He Hit You)

Dear Rihanna: You Can, And Should, Get Over Your First Love (Especially If He Hit You)

Last night on Oprah’s Next Chapter, Oprah summoned her patronus and cast a powerful hex on Rihanna that made her tearfully spill her guts to her (as predicted). Like any object of a successful lugubriousum, Rihanna wasn’t totally sure what was happening, even remarking at one point, “I am not a cryer, man, what is this?” But even more troubling than the hex itself were the truths that it brought forth from her mouth, which were at once admirably honest (hex notwithstanding) and horribly depressing. More »

It Sounds Like Taylor Armstrong’s Life Coach Melanie Mar Is Criticizing The Other Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Stars

It Sounds Like Taylor Armstrong's Life Coach Melanie Mar Is Criticizing The Other Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Stars

CupidsPulse.com got an exclusive interview with Melanie where she spoke about her relationship to the couple, and especially to Taylor; she soon switched from working with both of them to advising Taylor only, after Taylor revealed the details of Russell’s abuse to Melanie. But what’s most fascinating in the interview is that it sure sounds like Melanie is bashing Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, and the other Beverly Hills ladies. More »

Textual Healing: How To Stop A Text Stalker

Textual Healing: How To Stop A Text Stalker

Text messaging is often the fastest way to communicate with friends and acquaintances, but it’s not always the best one. Especially when it comes to texting with guys. Here at Crushable we aim to help you sift through all the subtext and emerge relatively unscathed – with a little help from our friend Amanda Ernst.

Social media sites and instant messaging programs make it easy for you to report unwanted and abusive messages and friend requests, but when someone texts you endlessly or inappropriately, there’s no quick fix. And that makes you feel harassed and powerless. Sometimes, the person texting you is more annoying than dangerous, and you can end the situation by asking him to stop or simply ignoring the messages. But what if they don’t stop? What if they get increasingly frequent or scary? More »