Their on- and off-stage partnership made the song “Love Will Keep Us Together” a monster hit in the ’70s, but after 40 years, Toni Tennille is starting over. Find out why she says she had to start over at 75 to save herself.
If you think you can’t relate to a celebrity or that you would never have anything in common with someone famous, wait until you get to know Toni Tennille of the beloved duo The Captain and Tennille. She reflects on their 40 years together and explains why, like so many other couples, love couldn’t keep them together.
Mary Flynn is an award-winning writer of poetry and fiction and she has a hopeful message for anyone who thinks it’s too late to create the life they love.
Like the fairy tale character she portrays in the wickedly funny musical comedy “Disenchanted,” many of Michelle Knight’s dreams have come true. But the road hasn’t been smooth sailing. Can she still have her happily ever after?
Like many kids, Steve Latshaw dreamed of making movies when he grew up. But unlike other kids, it’s a dream he never gave up on. Now in his 50s, he’s just hitting his peak, working at a prolific pace writing screenplays and directing feature films.
He’s famous for teaching and rehabilitating “untrainable” dogs through his self-taught methods, but what happened when he needed to learn some important lessons in his own life? Cesar Millan describes how he learned to move on from depression.
After many years of marriage, Chad Stone suddenly found himself single and devastated. What did he know about dating? His last date was during the Reagan administration. He decided to study up and figure out how to date in the 21st century.
Bill Ferguson is a relationship guru and author who says it’s never too late to reconnect with who you really are. After starting his career as a divorce attorney, Ferguson found fame as a lawyer who could take the conflict out of splitting up.
Rock climbing, yoga practitioner, hiker and sports psychologist Virginia Savage says she has learned an important lesson through her many adventures — you don’t have to overcome your fears, just learn how to move through them. Learn more.
One woman made the journey through despair and transformed into someone fully alive. Cheryl Strayed writes about those experiences in her book, “Wild,” and it’s caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey.