Especially with the 2017-app-infested-dating-world where you make it through the first round based on looks alone. And I think what the emails whittled down to was yes, deep down knowing that the right guy will “accept you as you are.” But how do you, as a woman, fully accept your natural body and at the same time, believe a man will accept it to?
I’ve sat on this question for about 6 weeks now and all that keeps coming back to my heart and head are these two sentences.
While Reinhart had no comment when asked by EW about the rumors, Sprouse gave a very lengthy, thoughtful answer. People have wanted every actor on this show to be in a union that they could make real and talk about.
You'd think the fake family ties would make things weird in the real world. Just ask these couplescouples who played brother and sister in front of the camera.
Although I guess it's better than if real-life siblings played on-screen lovers. Still, somehow these celebrity couples who played siblings have worked through any issues, at least when it comes to getting their work done. While playing brother and sister on screen might have worked for some couples like Lauren Graham and Peter Krause, it didn't work out so well for others.
We as women, as a whole, have a very warped perception.
We throw judgement onto ourselves and then in tern perceive that others hold the same judgements about us.
I to let any worldly thoughts or pressures bounce off of me instead of absorbing them.