It was during those years that her world had seemed to be turned upside down. All her and her children's needs were the responsibility of her husband, now that he was out of the picture, she had to take on the role of sole provider for her family. "The toughest part was the feeling of hopelessness, "She starts. "Everything I knew, all the the things I had hoped for were gone. I had a feeling of embarrassment being back home, as if I had failed. Now my children were looking to me. I knew that something needed to be done. My parents were always the example of working hard, and that is when I began to take stock of my talents. Don't get me wrong, its not like I changed overnight, I had to do what I needed to do. I worked at least two to three jobs at a time to pay the bills and eventually saved up enough to move out of my parent's house... again," she smiles.
He proposed that they emigrate to the United States for a better life. When they arrived to the U.S. she thought everything would change the abuse would stop and her father would be a new man. Unfortunately it was to much to hope for her father was still an alcoholic and her mother was terrified. Her sisters got married within three months that they arrived to U.S, but not her she wanted to get an education and become a successful lawyer. She decided she would go to school and work towards her dream. Although it was not the easiest thing to do she put herself through law school with money that she had saved from when her father was in the cartel. She was proud of herself she made it out of the cartel and made her dreams come true even with all the obstacles. One thing she did emphasize is that although she is now a successful lawyer her father still does not accept her or her career.
So she had to move to South Carolina with her mother and stepfather. Once she moved her she felt like her life had took a tragic turn. Her stepfather was abusive to her mother and he really didn’t want her to live with them. She felt out of place and she really missed her father and the way she was use to growing up.
Ellen DeGeneres was born on the 26th of January, 1958. She was born in Metairie, Louisiana. Before becoming a comedian, Ellan wanted to be a veterinarian, but then she gave up on the idea later on. Ellen worked many different jobs before she was a comedian. She first received her offers to do stand-up comedy when she was being humorous during a public speaking event when she was intimidated by the crowd. She then began to perform in 1981 with support from her mother, financially and morally.
To begin, many people define success as making a lot of money or having a really big house, but in reality it’s so much more than that. The world today commonly associates success with money, talent, and fame. Those who do not work hard or are just merely given such items like cars, clothes, jobs, fame, or houses are actually not very successful at all. For example, people like the Kardashian girls are viewed as gods by society today and have more money then anyone can think of. In reality, the Kardashians were just handed basically everything they now have today and are not successful in the sense of the word. They are not hardworking people who have endured failures and struggles during their lives due to being financially secure from their parents.
Some people say that Kris Jenner always planned for her daughters to be famous. The maid of the family has reported that the Kardashian girls always wore the prettiest clothes and went to private catholic schools that other celebrities' children frequented. Kim Kardashian is unarguably the most famous the Kardashian clan, and she of course was popular in high school. This graduation video proves that she was always ready for fame. «When I'm famous, remember me as this beautiful little girl!»
Most people; American or non-Americans' know who Naomi Campbell is just at the mere mention of her name. For those of you who have been hibernating under a rock for some time, may not be familiar with who this successful bombshell is. Naomi Campbell is a model; not just any model but one of the most sought after models still until this day. With 31 years of experience in the fashion industry; she has been labeled as an A-list supermodel.
In the era of #BlackLivesMatter and #FreeTheNipple everyone is familiar with the word “privilege.” Male Privilege and White Privilege are some of the big dogs, but what of the lesser known but ever present Pretty Privilege?
In this day and age, media is something that constantly surrounds us, and a prevalent subject that appears in the news is pop culture; who’s dating who, the latest hair trend, the next superfood, etc. One topic that seems to constantly appear in mainstream media is the Kardashian clan and their half siblings, the Jenner sisters. In particular, Kylie Jenner has quite a prominent social media presence with 10.2 million followers on Twitter and 28.5 million more on Instagram. She is wildly known amongst youth, but can she be considered a positive role model? A role model is defined as someone who others look up to; someone whose qualities, behaviour, or success we strive to emulate. However, Kylie is not someone who should be viewed as a role model for young, impressionable teenagers because of her controversial image and lack of ambition in life.
The Issue Of The Sister Of Kim Kardashian Pregnant and Who Was His Father The shocking news came from Khloe Kardashian. When she recently returned filed for divorce against Lamar Odom the outstanding issues the sister of Kim Kardashian is being incorporated two or pregnant. Pregnancy Khloe started lively discussed the local media. The pregnant issue indeed but shockingly impressed that seems to be the news happy for Khloe and families who have been waiting for the old news. But behind the happy news that most in question is who the father of the fetus conceived Khloe Understandably Khloe and Lamar are undergoing divorce proceedings. However many suspect the father of the fetus conceived Khloe is a former NBA basketball. 'Khloe and Lamar will always.
“Father I am going no matter what you say," Karolina told her father as she was cradling little Adaline in her arms. “ Why can't you be a normal child. I raised you to be…” *his daughter rudely interrupts him* “I am tired of this father, I don't want to be whatever you want me to be I want to be what I am to be. I haven't been living my life. I just, I, I can't live like this anymore. I came here to say goodbye in