The magazine doesn’t offer many details surrounding the purported condition of which the talk show host is suffering, but does say that she gets set off by “yelling, screaming and tears”.
Also covered in this week’s Enquirer is Paula Deen who is apparently going through a $17 million divorce. A family insider details the bitter showdown with her furious husband. Is he miffed about her N-word rant? Or is he more miffed that the rant has cost her just about everything that she has? What do you think?
Michael Strahan, a former football player for the New York Giants, showed off his built physique in a recent Twitter post. Strahan is now Kelly Ripa's cohost on Live with Kelly and Michael.
At 41 years old, Strahan has very little body fat.
Latreal Mitchell, Strahan's trainer, posted on Twitter: "So proud of my client @michaelstrahan @KellyandMichael 4 maintaining 7% BF! Ready 4 summer!"
Strahan has been married twice and has four children. He retired from the NFL in 2008 and his last game was a win at the Super Bowl.
He became Ripa's cohost after Regis Philbin retired. After doing a few shows, they asked him to stay permanently as fans took a liking to him.
But being a cohost isn't exactly an active job, so Strahan has taken up extra gym time to stay in shape.
He is currently engaged to Nicole Murphy who had five children with ex-husband Eddie Murphy.
Sources: NY Daily News
Kelly Ripa, 42, has experienced many years of marriage … 14 to be exact. Even then, there are still things which bug her about her partner, Mark Consuelos. People reports that she is ”[O]penly hostile when Mark leaves the toilet seat up.”
Ripa continues to discuss how husband, Consuelos, will never put the toilet seat down. That said, she doesn’t let it get in her way. She worships her other half, love radiating from her body when she’s around him.
What are some ways in which fighting can help a relationship?
Yes, fighting is tiresome and physically draining. Of course couples fight, you don’t have a healthy relationship if you never have a disagreement. Ultimately, fighting mends problems. You can discuss dilemmas going on, and you blow off some stem. Cupid has some ways in which fighting can be a good thing:
1. Emotions: In relationships, emotions are sometimes held back. Whether it be for their own sake, or their partner. Most people in relationships do this. With fighting, all of your emotions are unleashed. Although some of these emotions may be stronger than you wanted, they still get out there. Making your partner more aware of what you’re thinking and feeling all in one strong gust.
2. Strength: Fighting gives you strength. Fighting in a relationship gives you and your mate strength. It allows you to work out your problems and move forwards as a couple. It makes you aware of your strengths and weaknesses. Your mate’s strengths and weaknesses. You begin to morph into one when you successfully get out of a fight with a smile. Keep powering through!
3. Excitement: This last one may seem a bit strange. However, what’s more exciting than a tense, sexually frustrating fight with your love. Sometimes relationships dig themselves a grave. Burying themselves further into boredom as each day passes on. Fighting as a couple gives you something to get thrilled over. Maybe not thrilled over why you’re upset, or mad. But thrilled that your partner is willing to fight for you. The same with yourself.
Has fighting ever helped your relationship? Explain your experience!