If you haven’t yet realized, Audrey Hepburn is a personal hero of mine. Her style, grace, and presence are attributes many women today should strive to emulate. But sadly, long gone are the days of the caring genteel starlette. Nope, now little burgeoning ladies look up to Kim K and Snookie.
Such a shame when we have such women of formidable character available. Love Audrey.
In today’s celeb obsessed world, it seems as if everyone wants to be famous just for the sake of being famous. There are less and less people willing to work hard to become something amazing, I guess it’s just easier to be on Bad Girls Club or Jersey Shore. In the wake of the recent tragedy suffered by TAYLOR Armstrong of Real Housewife of Beverly Hills, we need to give our reality obsession a second glance. Post-reality show life is not quite as idyllic as many reality show watchers assume. Having all of your mistakes and comments misinterpreted in the media and constant judgments from people you know and don’t know begins to weigh heavy on the soul resulting in some pretty negative behaviors. This is not a phenomena exclusive to reality shows; studies of school bullying also show suicidal thought and substance abuse in bullied children. Even Danielle Staub, also of Real Housewife fame, mentioned suicidal thoughts after her show aired. To all the youngsters considering a future in reality TV, think twice and think for your future. It’s not always fun to have others think of you as a perpetual joke. Please take yourself seriously or you may be the only one that does.