"Love is lovelier the second time around," Frank Sinatra once sang idealistically.(Never mind that second marriages have a higher divorce rate than first marriages—that's another column for another month.) My search for a second time around was born of tragedy.
My husband, Jay, died in 1998 and I was a widow with two small children, trying to figure out the rest of our lives. I'm happiest in a relationship, and I don't love being alone.
Twenty years later, the magazine retracted that statement, calling it far too grim. A recent Wall Street Journal story bemoaned the plight of the successful single gal who still can't find a mate.
She overturned her squeaky-clean image once before with her Oscar-winning portrayal of a vengeful prostitute in Elmer Gantry (1960) opposite Burt Lancaster, and the role that she considers her most important.
That draws a boisterous guffaw from Jones, whose loyalty to her outspoken, eccentric spouse has provoked speculation about how she could have jumped to Ingels from Cassidy, deeply troubled but unquestionably urbane.
” She joins us to discuss the costs and consequences of endless screen time.
Twenge is an expert on what she calls “i Gen,” those born between 19.