By Cheche V. Moral
Suffer a heartbreak, then sign on the dotted line. That seems to be the new normal these days. So it shouldn’t have shocked those who saw the new Olay TVC—the first in a series of “webisodes”—with socialite and newspaper columnist Mons Romulo chatting with TV host Boy Abunda about the breakdown of her 21-year marriage.
Emily’s PostBy Emily A. Marcelo
I first met my wife when her own firm and the company I worked with started to do business together. I married her a year and a half later.
My Chair RocksBy Conchita C. Razon
I can’t explain it, but for the past week, my thoughts have centered on love and relationships. Must be a Valentine’s Day hangover.
Emily’s PostBy Emily Marcelo
I have been married for 25 years and this year I discovered that my husband had an affair with a married woman his age. I didn’t realize this would happen to us, and the emotional pain would be more painful than any physical pain.
What is it with legislative work that makes marriages break? One is tempted to ask this, as the buzz gets louder that another legislator’s marriage is on the rocks—or is it over? The wife has reportedly left the legislator—for another lawmaker.