But the term was actually devised by American family therapist Katherine Woodward Thomas, who wrote a book called .
When I spoke to her, she told me she was actually surprised by all the media attention around her term.
Previously, a lot of our language around breakups – ‘breaking up’ and ‘splitting up’ – has sounded abrupt and aggressive.
Edward Herrmann, the versatile, honey-voiced actor whose roles included patricians and politicians such as "Gilmore Girls" father Richard Gilmore, "The Practice" law professor Anderson Pearson and President Franklin D. The Post said du Cille, 58, collapsed "during a strenuous hike on the way back from a village" affected by the African country's Ebola outbreak.
Ian Mc Lagan, a fun-loving keyboardist who played on records by such artists as the Rolling Stones, Lucinda Williams, Bruce Springsteen and his own bands -- the Small Faces and its successor, the Faces -- died December 3, according to a statement from his record label, Yep Roc Records. American saxophonist Bobby Keys, who for years toured and recorded with the Rolling Stones, died on December 2.
Barry was elected four times as the city's chief executive.
He was once revered nationally as a symbol of African-American political leadership.
I knew I wanted to meet someone new but I’d got quite cynical and apathetic about dating – particularly online.
It gave me a kick up the bum to go out there and attack dating with some positivity.
It worked; I’m now eight months into a really good new relationship. I’m known for doing warm, inclusive, passionate shows, so when there’s a real sense of togetherness – a collective warmth – and everyone feels equal in the room, that’s a good audience for me.
When there’s one dominant personality in the room they can end up defining the collective experience, and audiences like these are usually not the best.
Nichols, pictured here with his wife, journalist Diane Sawyer, was best known for his films "The Graduate," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
" and "The Birdcage." He was 83."House of Cards" actress Elizabeth Norment passed away at the age of 61, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed October 28 via Norment's sister Kate.
"The Rolling Stones are devastated by the loss of their very dear friend and legendary saxophone player, Bobby Keys," the band said on Twitter.