Toni Gonzaga finally speaks up about those cheating rumors.
After months of cheating rumors around director Paul Soriano's alleged love affair with Erich Gonzales, the star of his latest movie Siargao, the legal wife finally speaks up. SIARGAO #Film #TEN17P pic.twitter.com/RFCRZVoFg6At the sidelines of the launch of
Remember that it takes two to tango.
We know that there's nothing empowering about being the third party in a relationship; and to add to the cons of that list, when an affair gets discovered, most people tend to blame "the other woman." It doesn't end there:
We know it's a hard position to be in.
A couple is made of two people-not three; so what would you do if you found out that your best friend's significant other is not being completely loyal to her? Some would suggest that the right thing to do is
And other sh*t Pinays have to deal with, because we are women living in this country.
There are things that we wish had never happened. Unfortunately, reality always trumps wishful thinking. Here are the painful, disturbing, and disappointing things that have been affecting Filipino women. 1. RH LAW STILL HOSTAGED BY SUPREME COURT TROFour years since its enactment,
As good as it might feel, don't try and get even.
Whether your partner makes out with someone else or has a months-long affair, being cheated on hurts. But that doesn't mean the relationship isn't worth repairing, a choice that is yours alone to make-there will always be those
Chinese wives are hiring these specialists to get rid of their husband's mistresses.
There is tragedy in being cheated on. And while divorcing one's unfaithful spouse is an option in China, there is another alternative that seems more conducive to rebuilding a marriage. A company called Weiqing ("protector of feelings") has "mistress hunters" ready
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