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Levine Commits to Behati Prinsloo After Cheating Allegations

Maroon 5’s Adam Levine has reportedly “recommitted himself” to his wife, Behati Prinsloo, after allegations of cheating surfaced. Despite the rumors, the couple has been seen together, attending events and showing affection in public.

According to a source, Levine has been making an effort to spend more quality time with his wife and their family, including date nights and girls-only nights for Prinsloo. He has also been practicing yoga and meditation to focus on his priorities.

Despite Levine’s efforts, fans have continued to leave negative comments on Prinsloo’s social media pages whenever she posts pictures of her husband. This highlights the difficult road to rebuilding trust and moving forward after infidelity in a relationship.

The couple’s situation raises the question: could you forgive your partner for cheating, and how do you rebuild trust? It is a personal decision that varies from person to person, and it requires both parties to work towards reconciliation and rebuilding the relationship. Counseling and therapy can also help couples navigate the aftermath of infidelity and work towards healing.

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6 Exciting Things to Look Forward to in March

6 Exciting Things to Look Forward to in March

As we say goodbye to February and welcome March, there are plenty of things to look forward to. From sports events to holidays, movies and TV shows, this month has something for everyone.

One of the most anticipated events in March is the start of Daylight Saving Time on March 12th. The possibility of Daylight Saving Time becoming permanent has been a hot topic lately, and this year, it could become a reality. The Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act last year, but it still needs to be approved by the House and President Biden.

For movie lovers, March brings a variety of new releases to the big screen, including “Creed 3,” “Scream 6,” and “Dungeons & Dragons.” Meanwhile, TV fans can look forward to the return of popular shows like “The Mandalorian,” “Ted Lasso,” “Succession,” and “Yellowjackets.”

Sports enthusiasts will also have plenty to keep them busy in March, as the NCAA March Madness men’s and women’s tournaments take place. And for those looking to celebrate, March has a number of holidays on the calendar, including St. Patrick’s Day and National Puppy Day.

So mark your calendars and get ready to enjoy all the exciting things happening in March. From sports to movies to holidays, this month has something for everyone.

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With so many exciting things happening in March, there’s plenty to look forward to as we head into spring.

  • Daylight Saving Time:

    Get ready to spring forward on March 12th! While we may never fall back again, the Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act last year to make Daylight Saving Time permanent. The House and President Biden still need to sign off, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed!

  • The Oscars:

    The biggest night in Hollywood is coming up on March 12th. It’s been almost a year since the infamous slap at last year’s event, so we’re curious to see what surprises this year’s ceremony has in store.

  • March Madness:

    The NCAA men’s basketball tournament starts on March 14th, with the championship game on April 3rd. The women’s tournament begins on March 15th, with the final on April 2nd. Get your brackets ready!

  • Movie releases:

    March is packed with exciting movie releases, including “Creed 3” on March 4th, “Scream 6” and Adam Driver’s “65” on March 10th, “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” on March 17th, “John Wick: Chapter 4” on March 24th, and “Dungeons & Dragons” on March 31st.

  • TV premieres:

    Spring also brings some exciting TV premieres. Season 3 of “The Mandalorian” starts on March 1st, with Mel Brooks’ “History of the World, Part 2” hitting Hulu on March 8th. “The Voice” returns on March 8th, with “Ted Lasso” coming back on March 15th. Finally, “Yellowjackets” and “Succession” both return on March 26th.

  • Holidays:

    March is filled with fun holidays, including Purim on March 14th and St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th. But there are also some lesser-known holidays to celebrate, such as National Cereal Day on March 7th, Ranch Dressing Day on March 10th, Pi Day on March 14th, Crunchy Taco Day on March 21st, National Puppy Day on March 23rd, and International Waffle Day on March 25th.