Celebrity Sightings: ‘Superman’ Actress Margot Kidder’s Death Ruled a Suicide

The actress who soared to stardom as Lois Lane died from “self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose,” according to a coroner statement.

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Kidder found fame starring as Lois Lane in the “Superman” series of movies in the 1970s and 1980s that featured Reeve in the title role.

But she later suffered a very public nervous breakdown in 1996, revealing later that she had suffered from mental illness, including depression and bipolar disorder, for much of her life.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255, text TALK to 741741 or visit SpeakingOfSuicide.com/resources for additional resources. 

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Dating and Relationship Advice – 7 Thoughts That Come Around Your Mind When You’re Single (Ladies only)

Wondering why you are still single? Then read these 7 things that tell you your thoughts can be your enemies.

LOVE IS CRAP

Do you think Love is full of Shit? JUST because of the challenges one face being in a relationship? Yea, at times love could be full of shit but that’s what makes it love, being in a relationship is not a bed of roses as said earlier, It’s going through tough times, embracing imperfections, going through hell. Now that’s what being in a relationship is all about. Ever wondered

why Dating couples love-life waxes stronger? Well it’s because they went through hell but yet were not consumed by the flames.

ALL GUYS ARE THE SAME

Just because your boyfriend broke your heart and after sometime you dated again and the latter did the same thing to you. Then you come to a conclusion that you are not lucky with guys. Anyway, you are wrong, because everybody isn’t the same. Just because A,B or C broke your heart doesn’t mean D will. You are what you think and anything you say or think, that will come your way. This thinking will only Shut Mr Right from coming your way, because you have made this belief the number one on your principle list.

BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP ISN’T JUST RIGHT FOR ME

Yea I know where this thinking is coming from, you might have been heart broken or you wonder why relationships work out for your friends and others and don’t work out for you. Well to say the truth, you are not them and they are not you! You are yourself, so stop thinking you cant have the best relationship just because you compare yourself to others. They are living in their own world so live yours.

I’M NOT GOOD ENOUGH

The moment you start looking down on yourself, no one can look up to you. Just because you are so fat and Chubby or so slim doesn’t mean you are not good enough. These feelings are what lead to you having a low self esteem. Place yourself high, love yourself, appreciate how God creates you and when you do this, others will appreciate you and want to come close.

YOU THINK YOU ARE UNDER A SPELL

Most singles feel they have been spell-bound and held spiritually to not be in a relationship, this has led too many going to native doctors or fake prophets in the process using their hands to destroy their destiny. Little do they know that there’s power in the tongue and in thoughts. How will you Subject or belittle yourself by giving room for the devil to come in such manner? But its so unfortunate you don’t know what God has in store for you.

TRUE LOVE DOES NOT EXIST

Seriously? If there’s no true love how come you are still alive? If you don’t have true love for yourself, do you think you will still be alive? I leave that for you to ponder on. So tell me who told you there’s no true love? Do you think married couples just loved themselves before they tied the nut? No they discovered there was a love more than love which is true love. And if you think True love is just so full of roses and not experiencing any complication in the relationship, then I guess its time you change the meaning of true love in your dictionary.

I’VE NOT SEEN THE PERFECT MATCH

You’ve turned 26 and yet you have not seen the right one right? You want your Partner to meet all your requirements, and then you should also be ready to meet your partner’s requirements. Which is close to impossible, obviously two impossible just clashed.

 

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Dating and Relationship Advice – 20 Tips To Improve Your Relationship Right Away

Being part of a couple is hard, but the best relationship tips are really all about maintenance. You’ve got to keep things fresh, find time for each other, and come up with ways to navigate the tricky ups and downs every partnership faces. That all sounds a lot easier than it really is, so we’ve come up with 101 ways to make your relationship even better.

From how to deal with jealousy to how to get over a potentially deadly lull, we’ve got 101 relationship tips that you can start implementing right now.

1. Listen.

It might sound obvious, but when you really allow yourself to listen—and ask questions about—what your partner says, it not only leads to better conversations, but also better communication.

2. Take a few days apart.

Missing each other is a great way to reconnect. Try grabbing some girlfriends for an overnight or a weekend getaway every few months.

3. Find a support team.

Have a handful of great friends or family members you can call so your significant other doesn’t have to hear every small grievance going on your life.

4. Put away your phones.

One of the biggest relationship tips is to give your undivided attention when your partner is speaking. It’s is one of the most important things you can do.

5. Volunteer together.

Giving back is a great way to keep perspective of how great your relationship is, and how lucky you both are.

6. Create a checklist.

Jot down new and fun things you want to accomplish for a day as a duo.

7. Talk to couples over 65 years old.

Get relationship tips from them, and see what you can take away to apply to your relationship.

8. Stop and appreciate all that your relationship is this very second.

Stop living for what it can be. This person is choosing to be in your life every day, not every day in the future.

9. Revisit the questions you asked in the beginning.

What are you hoping to accomplish in the next year? What are you scared of? These answers change, so we need to keep asking these questions.

10. Find 10 things you really love about them and tell them.

Guys need confidence boosters, too!

11. Stop nagging.

Seriously, stop. Take a step back and figure out the big things about your partner that truly bother you, and approach them from a place of concern and support instead of nitpicking for sport. That’ll get you nowhere.

12. Get over needing to be right.

Learning to say “I was wrong” is a skill worth learning.

13. Take care of yourself.

No relationship can be successful if you don’t feel good about yourself, both inside and out.

14. Know what you need and then ask for it.

You’re dating a human, not a magical psychic.

15. Take a class.

It’s proven that couples who learn together connect deeper. Find some common ground (cooking? art? science?) and go from there.

16. Stop complicating things that aren’t complicated enough.

Don’t pull a Carrie Bradshaw during the Aiden years: If you bemoan the fact that your relationship is going too well, you might need to revisit why you’re constantly seeking out drama.

17. Assume that if something was said that hurt your feelings, it wasn’t intended that way.

Why would they want to upset you or hurt you? Give your partner the benefit of the doubt, but if it’s really bothering you, don’t be afraid to bring it up.

18. Write notes.

Whether you have study hall together or live together, handwritten notes are personal touches in today’s highly digital world.

19. Pitch in.

Help each other with chores and other necessary, if banal, activities — cooking, cleaning, re-organizing, etc. Not doing them if you live together can create tension, and always doing them can create unfair expectations. Act as team of equals.

20. Disconnect.

Step away from the laptop during quality time. Everything on the Internet will still be there later.

 

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