JVN reminds us that self-acceptance and self-love is a choice that comes with effort. That effort must remain constant to keep us moving forward into an evolving state.
They’re just lucky they have Eleven.
If that show freaked you out, get yourself ready to watch Netflix’s Stalkers Who Kill which details 9 real-life “Joe” and “Beck” stalker situations who ultimately killed their obsessions.
There’s only the truth.
It can be fun to indulge in a bit of nostalgia, but there’s a time and place.
Make time not because you have to, but because you want to.
These five men are finally able to tell their story not to benefit themselves but to shine a spotlight on the reality of racial bias, evidence tampering, and the unseen abuse that goes on inside police stations and in jail.
Who will you aspire to be more like? Who do you want the young women in your life to look up to? Who do you think will lead us to a better tomorrow?
Sometimes it’s as simple as accepting the things you cannot change and putting energy into what you can change.
Love yourself and love those around you courageously.