Eva Mendes Angry At Ryan Gosling For Returning To Work After Lockdown?

Is Ryan Gosling‘s decision to return to work causing problems in his relationship with Eva Mendes? That’s was one tabloid’s story this time last year. Gossip Cop knows a lot can change in a year, so we’re taking another look at the story. Ryan Gosling And Eva Mendes Plagued By ‘Work Woes’? Twelve months ago, […]

Eva Mendes Angry At Ryan Gosling For Returning To Work After Lockdown?

Is Ryan Gosling‘s decision to return to work causing problems in his relationship with Eva Mendes? That’s was one tabloid’s story this time last year. Gossip Cop knows a lot can change in a year, so we’re taking another look at the story.

Ryan Gosling And Eva Mendes Plagued By ‘Work Woes’?

Twelve months ago, OK! reported Ryan Gosling was getting ready to start acting again after taking a two-year hiatus. While he was reportedly pumped to get back to work, his long-time girlfriend and mother of his children, Eva Mendes, was less than thrilled by the prospect. An inside source told the tabloid, “She’s gotten used to Ryan being home and helping out with the kids and the chores. The big worry is that their routines will be turned upside down without him there every day.” The source went on, insisting Gosling, “loves his family, but he knows he needs to get back to work and he’s bracing himself for the meltdown that’s sure to come.” 

The insider added Mendes had resorted to “begging” Gosling to “please don’t go.” But Mendes wasn’t only worried about a change of routine. Apparently, she was also concerned about Gosling’s female co-stars. The source confided to the outlet, “Women throw themselves at him and it’s uncomfortable for Eva. But he’s adamant that he needs to act to find his soul again.” The magazine maintained that Mendes wasn’t going to let Gosling leave without a fight.

Ryan Gosling And Eva Mendes Are Doing Just Fine

So, is Mendes really upset Gosling is going back to work? While it only makes sense that Mendes would miss Gosling as he spent more time at work, there was absolutely nothing to suggest it was a point of tension in the couple’s decade-long relationship. In fact, Gossip Cop was able to confirm these suspicions with a spokesperson for Mendes who called the story, “nonsense.”

If that wasn’t definitive enough, in an interview last October Mendes spoke fondly of her relationship to Gosling. The actress explained, “I never wanted babies before until I fell in love with Ryan, and it kind of worked out to where I was 40 and having my first baby. I think I was 42 for the second one, so it worked out in that way that I had a career and then I change my focus to my family.”

But when asked if Mendes was ready to start acting again after a six-year break, she responded, “I am now that [my kids are] getting a bit older, but I really feel like I never want to send the wrong message to young women out there. It’s not an either/or situation.” It’s doesn’t make sense that Mendes would be resentful of Gosling for returning to work if she might have the same plans.

More recently, Mendes posted a sweet throwback photo of her and Gosling on the set of their movie, The Place Beyond the Pines. The couple actually met on the set of the film, and Mendes seems to be looking back fondly on those memories. While it’s true the couple keeps the details of their relationship private, all the evidence suggests they’re doing just fine.

A post shared by Eva Mendes (@evamendes)

The Tabloid Has It Out For Ryan Gosling And Eva Mendes

This is far from the first time Gossip Cop has caught OK! in a lie about Mendes and Gosling. Last year, the tabloid reported Gosling had “walked out” on Mendes, which of course wasn’t true. Then the magazine changed its tune, alleging the couple had actually gotten married and wanted more kids together. The tabloid even gave this story a second try earlier this year, again insisting Mendes and Gosling were married in a secret backyard ceremony. Clearly, OK! has no idea what is going on in the lives of Gosling and Mendes.

More News From Gossip Cop

Prince Harry ‘On Verge Of Total Breakdown’ After ‘Huge Fights’ With Meghan Markle? 

8 Small Household Brands To Shop For Amazon Prime Day  

Michael Douglas And Catherine Zeta-Jones ‘Saved Their Marriage’ After Cops Called To Their Home? 

Khloe Kardashian Blames Kris Jenner For ‘Tricking’ Her Into Taking Back Tristan Thompson? 
Christie Brinkley’s Instagram Video Of Daughter Alexa Has Fans Concerned

Source : Gossip Cop More   

What's Your Reaction?

like
0
dislike
0
love
0
funny
0
angry
0
sad
0
wow
0

Next Article

This Is Why The Bigtime Dating Apps Haven’t Been Working For You

Dating apps are f*@$king weird. And if you’ve found yourself with a hefty “worst date ever” Rolodex and little else, you’re not alone.

This Is Why The Bigtime Dating Apps Haven’t Been Working For You

We all have a Tinder horror story. Some of us have several. 

One encounter on my highlight reel involves a bologna-scented man who left his phone in my car with porn still pulled up on his browser. Another involves a man named Rooster, whom I used solely for a motorcycle ride, determined to live out my music video fantasy. 

Dating apps are f*@$king weird. And if you’ve found yourself with a hefty “worst date ever” Rolodex and little else, you’re not alone.

The Whole System Is Inherently Flawed

The majority of online dating apps and sites follow the same general format. Users answer questions, list preferences and upload photos. Then, they wade through a sea of potential suitors, making choices based on the individuals’ answers, preferences and pictures. But with over 44 million online users, how do the apps manage? With Algorithms. 

Several online dating platforms keep their algorithm magic under wraps. Others, like Hinge, openly use age-old compatibility patterns like the Gale-Shapley algorithm.

Image of two cartoon phones with a man and a woman online dating.
(Mascha Tace/Shutterstock)

It seems harmless at surface level. But this superficial curated content can quickly reveal harmful biases. Intimate discrimination can be as covert as CoffeeMeetsBagel pushing profiles of the same ethnicity regardless of their expressed preference. Or, it can look like Grindr’s ethnicity filter.

You’re More Than A Left Or Right Swipe

Humans are complicated. And despite making great strides since the online personal ads of late 90s Match.com, today’s algorithms are still a bit too clunky to capture the nuances of compatibility. 

Ben Berman, Miguel Perez and Mozilla created Monster Match, a dating app “game,” to highlight the pitfalls of these algorithms. 

“In practice, algorithms reinforce bias by limiting what we can see,” in 2019. “I think these existing dating apps have become narrowly focused on growth at the expense of users who would otherwise be successful.”

Trying to stay vulnerable on a platform that prioritizes shallow connection has consequences. A found users of swipe-based dating apps (SBDA) “to have significantly higher rates of psychological distress, anxiety and depression.” 

Finding love online is by no means impossible. But for many of us, multi-million-user platforms might be a bit too impersonal for the task. Smaller boutique dating apps can encourage deeper connection that goes beyond a swipe to the right. Take a look at some of our suggestions down below.

Struck: A Match Made In Heaven

Struck is a dating app for stargazers. There are no endless scrolls through detached selfies and beach pics. Instead, an in-app astrologer matches users based on each person’s natal charts. 

Image of a girl sitting on the floor and man standing up while online dating.
(BSVIT/Shutterstock)

Synastry, or the study of how two people’s natal charts affect their relationship, has been used for centuries. And it’s not surprising—a natal chart tells us a lot more about ourselves than just our sun sign. 

In addition to sun signs, a natal chart reveals an individual’s moon, ascendent signs and which planets and stars rule over which aspects of their lives. This increases the likelihood that you and your match’s personalities, preferences and goals are closely aligned. 

Still think astrology is fake? Well, so are the last five Facetuned selfies you just scrolled past. Tomato, tom-ah-to.

Vinylly: Finding Your Concert Buddy For Life

If you’ve ever experienced the misfortune of riding in a date’s car while they play the worst possible music you’ve ever heard on their radio, try Vinylly. 

Vinylly matches users based on streaming music data and online music habits. So, although no one’s music taste is quite as good as yours, Vinylly puts you one step closer to finding your musical mate.

This small music-centric app is more than just sharing your favorite playlists with strangers. Vinylly also provides a variety of custom-tailored, music-inspired date ideas for when you and your match finally meet in-person. 

Let’s be honest—it’s still going to be hard to find another person who enjoys listening to Broadway soundtracks, Dua Lipa, and Black Sabbath back to back, but Vinylly can make it easier.

HeyBaby: Start A Family

A 2017 LendEDU survey found that 22.22% of millennial Tinder users used the app to “look for a hookup.” Only 4.16%, however, claimed to be looking for love. And a whopping 44.44% said they used Tinder for “confidence-boosting procrastination.”

Granted, everyone’s entitled to use these SBDA as they see fit. But for singles looking to build or grow a family, coming across profiles looking for an ego boost is frustrating. 

Image of many individuals holding up cartoon phones while online dating.
(Mr.Good/Shutterstock)

Enter HeyBaby, a boutique dating app for single parents or singles looking to start a family. Forget figuring out if Chad from Chi Kappa Phi is willing to have a kid or not. HeyBaby is all about shared priorities. Is there anything sexier? 

As of now, HeyBaby is only available in the San Francisco area. But you can be the first to know when it reaches your city by signing up for their waiting list.

Try To Enjoy Your Time Offline, Too

No matter which dating app you use—Tinder, Hinge, Bumble, Bramble, Doorjamb, Jellybean, etc.—it’s important to remember that if they don’t work, it’s not you, it’s them

Sure, dating apps are all the rage right now, but a 2018 polling platform found that 84% of millennials would rather find love “in real life” than online. 

Whether in-person, online or via letters circa the 1890s, all forms of dating are going to be a little weird, nerve wracking and awkward. That’s just part of life. But as someone who has lived to tell my cringe-tastic Tinder tales, I can safely say that the love you seek often appears as soon as you stop looking (or swiping).

More Sex + Relationship Stories:

5 Things You Need To Know About Dating In A Post–Pandemic World

How Orgasms Can Lead To Better Skin

Women On Reddit Share About The Time Their Ex Screwed Them Over

Source : Gossip Cop More   

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.