In a tell-all interview with Esquire's Eric Sullivan, Shia LaBeouf addresses the arrests, the trauma, and the redemption.
If online shaming makes it all-too easy to get mad at someone, when they do apologize, why is it so hard for us to e-forgive?
With his finger on the pulse of social media and city culture, @overheardLA founder Jesse Margolis has learned that an entire business can come out of an overheard conversation at Erewhon.
These women are powerful, outspoken, adaptable, funny, confident, controversial, adventurous, courageous, empathetic, generous, witty, and even frightening at times.
Women often give their power away. We want them to like us, we want them to marry us, we want them to not judge us, so we feel like we have to sacrifice something. But get this...
"The Republican stance regarding Obamacare is one of the main reasons why I recently changed my lifelong registration with the Grand Old Party."
Oprah Winfrey, unfortunately, won't be alive forever. But her words? We'll need to preserve them.
"If you follow these steps, you can turn uncomfortable holiday experiences into opportunities for growth and expansion. You emancipate yourself from anxiety, helplessness, old patterns, and struggles so that you can reclaim your power. Game over. You win."
"This is what I know about L.A.: You're not from here. You came here. You take a lot of airplanes and you hate it. You've got a lot of appointments, for your hair, or throat, or your face, or your vagina. You have so many cravings, for juice and dieting, and exercising with pool toys on a Pilate's machine."
Cheating feels good, until it's over. And then you realize you did something wrong to someone. And then you have to live with yourself.