I froze when I saw my tiny daughter hooked up to tons of tubes. I couldn’t do anything but sit in a chair and cry while I stared at her.
Author Stacy Feintuch
I was the girl who always wanted the unattainable guy. The bad boy, a guy still in love with his ex-girlfriend, the one that still wanted to play the field.
I had the pleasure of speaking with ABC Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Jennifer Ashton about her upcoming book, Life After Suicide. Dr. Ashton tells the story of her ex-husband Robert’s tragic death by suicide in 2017.
There are some quotes from movies that become classics and just may stay with you forever. Can you match these lines with the movies they belong to?
I don’t look like them, I don’t act like them, and I could actually be their mother. But observing them brought back my own twenty-something memories.
Were you 20-something in the 90s? It was a fun, yet somewhat innocent time. How many of these 21 memories resonate with you?
The judgiest judges went crazy. The way I was bashed, one would have thought I had written an article about beating my children. I was called a horrible mother and told that I was ruining my children’s lives.
When the decision came last month, she was more nervous than I had ever seen her. She and I sat in front of her computer screen while her sister videoed us. We decided that if the news was bad, the video would be deleted immediately.