poutyface is a 19-year-old songwriter/artist from Los Angeles California. She started getting noticed on the Voisey songwriting app, having written a whopping 150 songs on the platform and having achieved over 1 million minutes of listening time by fans!
She released her debut single DEATHWISH in April, available everywhere. Check her YouTube for the lyric video!
Here’s 5 fast facts about poutyface!
Her trip to London was a memorable one.
Being flown to London by Denzyl Feigelson to record at Mark Ronson’s old studio, (owned by Apple/Platoon now). My engineer goes “Oh yeah Nicki was just recording here a couple of days ago.” Can’t lie, felt like I was standing on holy ground. I know Jorja Smith came through that studio too. 16 year old me was sitting on the couch totally geeked like, “Jorja probably sat here.”
There is one video she really hopes you never see.
God, this hurts to remember. In 2018 I hadn’t played a live show in over a year. So my friend invited me on stage to play a quick acoustic song during her set and I completely blacked out. My ears were ringing. Watching the video back I cringe so hard. Barely kept rhythm or anything. Lesson learned, always be prepared. I pray that video never sees the light of day.
She’s not immune to teen pressures.
I love my generation. We really fight for inclusivity and acceptance, but there’s definitely still pressure to “fit in”. That might just be the symptom of a teenager, but it’s still something I struggle with. I really underestimated the power of having close friends. They’ll cut through the noise. Find people who understand you, validate you, and respect you unconditionally. Anything less isn’t worth your time.
She gave football players a run for their money.
I was really into weight lifting for a couple of years. I crashed the football conditioning class at my high school, so it was just me and a couple of other girls. I don’t think the guys were too stoked on it, but at my “peak” I was lifting my body weight and then some. Now? Couldn’t be me.
Hold the baloney.
Bologna, absolutely not. I don’t know who’s eating that nasty mystery meat but it ain’t me.
Sydney Serena, , the O.G. VSCO girl (written about in Paper Magazine), is the girl to follow for all things fashion, beauty, travel and lifestyle. A master at all four, she’s built a huge community on YouTube, Instagram and Tiktok. She wants her followers to feel inspired while also keeping a comedic twist.
In a pivot from getting big on the ‘gram to getting her degree, Sydney has announced will be attending college in the fall at Chapman University where she will be studying business while continuing her social media endeavors. And of course, like any good influencer, she’s released a video about it! In the video, she describes an emerging ‘anti-college’ trend among influencers and why a college education could be more valuable than ever amidst these uncertain times. As she states, “Social media isn’t here forever, higher education is.” (Scroll down to watch!)
“Hi! My name is Sydney, and I love making Youtube videos. I’m originally from Minnesota, but I moved to Los Angeles, California when I was 18 to pursue my career in social media. My channel consists of lifestyle vlogs, and sometimes a bit of comedy as well. My most recent endeavor is attending college in the fall at Chapman University in California! I’m so excited for this opportunity, and can’t wait to take my viewers along with me on this new journey.”
Here’s 5 fast facts about Sydney!
She has achieved something most influencers strive towards.
Receiving my 1 million Youtube Subscribers plaque in the mail! I actually have that moment captured on video that I posted on Youtube. It was an incredible milestone and I still can’t wrap my mind around that huge number.
She is honest about challenges with how others perceive her.
This isn’t a specific instance, but I wish I didn’t care so much about what people thought of me. Honestly at the end of the day, who really cares? If you like it, post it. If you want to do something, do it (within reason haha). Basically don’t let other people’s opinions of you sway your decisions!
Even though she’s made her name on social media, she recognizes how unhealthy it can be.
Social media, while it can be a positive pressure as well, can put so much negative pressure on teenagers as it’s only a highlight reel. We see the best parts of people’s weeks, never the not-so-good moments. We feel like we need to be ‘better’ because of this, when really it’s all a false sense of reality! To combat this, I love to read, play piano, and spend time with the people I love. Sure, it’s okay to go on social media sometimes, but if you make it the only thing you do you’ll find yourself in a very unhappy cycle. Focus on other activities you enjoy as well and make sure to have balance 🙂
There is ONE place she wants to visit above all else.
Since I was around 11 years old, my dream place to visit has always been Paris. I was so obsessed that at one point I had posters and calendars of Paris and the Eiffel Tower in my bedroom. I’ve never been but I hope to someday!
One amazing food she must eat at least once per week:
A smoothie or acai bowl!! Preferably from Backyard Bowls or Jamba Juice. 🙂
Can we please get an unpublished selfie of whatever you are doing right now to keep it real for the fans? : )
Not sure if this is too casual haha but this is my with my dog Rosie!! I spend a lot of my time with her, especially during quarantine haha.
Going to a party with your friends can be a
lot of fun. Unfortunately, it can also be stressful. It isn’t uncommon for
alcohol to be present at high school and college parties. Although drinking in
the moment can be a lot of fun, it can change your life for the worse. Not only
can it get you in trouble with your parents, but your life could also change
forever. An astonishing 30
people a day die in DUI’s in the United States.
The good news is that you can still have
fun partying with your friends without having to drink alcohol. You just have
to be prepared to avoid any peer pressure you may encounter with these tips.
Be the Designated Driver
One of the quickest and easiest ways to
avoid peer pressure to drink at any party is to offer to be the designated
driver. Anytime someone asks why you aren’t drinking, all you have to do is say
you’re the one driving everyone home, so you won’t be drinking.
Have a friend or an acquaintance who just
won’t let it go? Let them know that you can’t leave the car at the party and
find a different way home because you’re borrowing your parent’s car. It has to
go home when you do—end of story.
Hold a Mocktail
It isn’t uncommon for people to try and
offer you a drink when you’re at a party. If you’re holding something that
obviously isn’t alcohol, like water or Gatorade, you’re likely going to spend
more time saying no than you would like. Avoid all the attention and carry
around a mocktail.
recipes are gaining in popularity among all ages, so there’s plenty to
choose from that look at taste like the real thing. Because it looks and tastes
like an alcoholic beverage, no one will ask if they can get you a drink because
it looks like you already have one!
Want to be even sneakier? Bring mocktails
to the party to share with everyone and add the alcohol only after you have
served yourself first.
Plan Not to Drink With a Friend
Peer pressure can be hard to deal with when
it comes from friends or people you look up to, but peer influence
isn’t always so bad. If you have another friend who doesn’t want to drink at
the party, make a plan to support each other in saying no.
Make sure your friend has a convincing
non-alcoholic drink, and they can make sure you have one as well. Stick to each
other like glue so you each feel supported if you’re approached with alcohol.
Have more than one friend who doesn’t want
to drink? The more, the merrier! The more friends you can get involved, the
more comfortable you’ll feel avoiding alcohol at the party.
Know How to Say No With Humor
No matter how much preparing you do, you’re
likely to get asked why you aren’t drinking, especially as others at the party
start drinking more. Saying no is hard, but it’s a little easier when you learn
how to turn down alcohol with humor.
My mom knows when I’m even
thinking about doing something wrong!
I promised my boyfriend I
wouldn’t embarrass him tonight.
If you notice that you’re spending most of
your time saying no instead of having a good time, it might be a sign that it’s
time to head home.
Make a Plan to Leave Early
The first few hours of a party can be a lot
of fun, but if you aren’t drinking, the party is likely to become less fun the
longer you are there. Make a plan to leave early so you can avoid the sloppy
behavior and increased peer pressure as the night goes on.
Make it easier to take off early by pre-planning
your excuse. That way you sound confident and believable when it’s time to
You shouldn’t feel like you have to drink
if you’re going to a party. You can still have fun if you don’t drink! You just
have to make sure you’re prepared to deal with the peer pressure you might
encounter. With the tips on this list, you can have fun and you can avoid
trouble, all without offending any of your friends who choose to drink.
At 17 years old, Valeria Jauregui is taking the entertainment industry by storm. She got her start performing in local productions in her hometown of San Antonio, Texas. When she was in 7th grade, Valeria traveled to Orlando to compete in the singing competition show La Voz Kids USA, where she earned a spot in the finals. She has also made her mark in the world of film in Kindred Spirits alongside Thora Birch and Caitlin Stasey, as well as the lead role of Valerie in Teenage Girl: Valerie’s Holiday.
Valeria’s big break on the small screen came when she landed the role of Maggie Hollister on the FOX cop drama Deputy. Maggie is the daughter of Bill Hollister (played by Stephen Dorff). When the elected sheriff dies, Bill, a lawman who is only interested in justice, gets thrown into the job as acting sheriff. The show is streaming now on Fox.com.
Valeria is also the face of the new Holy Mother of Makeup line, which was created to embrace the uniqueness of Latinas. In her spare time, she enjoys watching old movies, playing instruments, singing, writing songs, and reading.
Here’s 5 fast facts about Valeria!
Her favorite showbiz moment is_______
This is hard to choose because it’s all very memorable when you love what you’re doing. I’ve had the wildest ride when it comes to showbiz because it’s all I’ve ever known. From bad auditions to a very awkward first kiss for a movie I did, to learning how to ride horseback, it’s all stuck in my brain now.
My first day on the set of Deputy is one of my favorites: seeing the set, meeting the cast and crew, wardrobe fittings, getting my cozy little trailer, and then, of course, my favorite part, shooting my first ever scene with Yara Martinez and Stephen Dorff.
She’s messed up a couple of times, but recovered nicely!
I once forgot to bring my headshot to an audition, and I was so disappointed in myself because that never happens. I was so prepared for the actual role that I got all mad and ended up stuttering my way through my lines and making a fool of myself! Although it is part of the experience to have bad auditions, it helps you grow.
Oh, and my first day on Deputy after I shook David Ayer’s hand after meeting him, he said to me, “Okay, this should be pretty simple. Just don’t mess up your lines,” and guess what I did after he said that? Yup, youguessed right, I messed up the line! Luckily it was practice, so I got my nerves out of the way and we all had a laugh.
She’s got great advice for dealing with self-doubt and the pressures of social media.
Social media. I see so many girls putting themselves down and comparing themselves to others who appear to have it all together when, in reality, a post can be very contrived and manipulated. I myself even sometimes fall down this hole of self-denigration after scrolling for too long.
It’s hard not to as a teen trying to battle against beauty stipulations that were not decided by her. Our world loves to tell teen girls that their value will be found in how tan their skin is, or how small their waist is and I see so much dysmorphia in young girls because of these trends that are all about getting your “beach body.” I’ll see a video of a girl who has the ideal Sports Illustrated figure and scroll to the comments and all I see is young girls commenting “well, guess I’m not eating today” or “why do I even exist” and it breaks my heart. We stereotype and judge more than we love and accept ourselves and others.
I think it’s a matter of disbanding the stipulations which have led us down this path. The way I deal with fighting social media negativity is by staying low on my screen time and rebranding what I view. I also make an effort to be kind to myself, and at the end of the day, I think doing things I love is the biggest distraction from anyone or anything which tries to bring me down. If you feel happy in your skin, then none of it will matter. Find what you love and defend it.
There is a YouTube channel called StyleLikeU, they talk to fascinating and unique people about defeating negative stereotypes. I would recommend their videos to anyone struggling with finding self-love. Don’t live to please others, live to please yourself. As a community, we need to empower each other more because, as sad as it is, greed, fear, and hate are far more mobilizing than any other emotion. While love, compassion, and forgiveness are also very powerful, they are also quite passive. So, love twice as hard, forgive twice as much, and sympathize more.
She’ll “tumble for ya” (Culture Club reference, look it up!)
I was a competitive gymnast for about six years growing up and then I quit to be a dancer, but I can still tumble!
One of her favorite foods is THIS interesting combination:
Digital Content Creator Walker Bryant, originally from Columbus, Ohio, recently released his 30th video on YouTube with no plans of slowing down anytime soon. Bryant creates fun and exciting situational and challenge videos that premier every week with a group of fun content creators.
Bryant moved Los Angeles in 2016 to pursue his dreams of becoming part of the entertainment industry. Since he’s been in L.A. he has booked an episode of Station 19 on ABC, Matty Pazz is a Newb on Awesomeness TV, Insult Comedy Dog on Funny or Die, many feature films, and several short films. He has also booked several commercials and print jobs. He even got to fly to Denmark for a LEGO commercial!
When Bryant is not working he enjoys BMX, skateboarding, riding the scariest roller coasters, and playing video games. He also loves playing with his dog Huxley, going out to eat, going to the beach, and traveling.
Here’s 5 fast facts about Walker!
His favorite show biz moment is no surprise.
Being live on stage performing in front of tons of fans!
But he’s also had some mess-ups!
One time, when I was working on a demo commercial in which I had lots of lines, I had trouble remembering all my lines and wish that I would have spent more time preparing. Luckily everyone was super nice and supportive but ever since then, I spend extra time making sure I know all my lines.
He’s got a positive way to deal with teen pressure.
I think the biggest negative pressure as a teen is being judged for your personality and what you look like. I try to ignore what people say and make choices that make me happy.
He’s neater than your average teen!
I like everything in my room to stay super organized. No messy room here!
Alexandra Leona Bryant is an accomplished entertainer at the young age of eleven who has appeared in several short films and commercials including Enchantinals, Suzuki, and Legoland. She has also guest starred in many episodes for Walker Bryant, Indi Star, and Jentzen Ramirez for their YouTube channels and has recently started her own channel in which she runs the entire production herself.
Bryant is also a successful model who has booked many print jobs including UDT Fashion, Enchantinals, and Malibu Sugar as well as walking the runway in New York Fashion Week for Linda Gail Fashion and Los Angeles Fashion Week for MichelleAnn Kids and several other designers. She manages all of this while going to school and playing on an All Star soccer team.
Here’s 5 fast facts about Alexandra!
Her fashion work has already provided some great memories.
Walking New York Fashion Week is my most memorable moment so far. Not only was it such an honor to be a part of the show but it was a fun girls trip with my mom, my cousin, and my friends.
But showbiz has not always been smooth sailing for her.
One of my most challenging moments as a performer was when I ended up really sick just days before a singing performance which left me with mild laryngitis as I entered the first night of show. I couldn’t hit many of my notes which made me really sad after months of rehearsals.
She recognizes that teen pressures are tough to deal with.
I think the biggest pressure is being accepted when you just want to be you. There is a lot of emphasis on what you look like and how you act which makes it difficult to just be you sometimes.
When bored she does THIS as a hobby:
Something interesting about me is that when I am bored at home, I love to create unique makeup looks.
She refuses to eat one food, which a lot of other people LOVE.
One of the biggest
complaints teenagers have is that school really doesn’t prepare them for real
life. For example, unless you plan to work for NASA or create your own
artificial intelligence-powered robot, Calculus really doesn’t do much towards
most people’s success in life. (That’s not to say working for NASA or building
robots isn’t super cool tho).
Apart from dating and
relationships, the single most under-taught subject in school is personal
finance. You know, earning money to pay your rent, buy a car and stuff like
that. And NO regular high school teaches the most important part of finance:
When you invest, you
grow your money by putting it into stocks, bonds, real estate, a small business
startup, options, foreign currency, life insurance policies, etc. There are
many choices out there, but too many of us are ignorant on the subject until
way later in life – and that‘s a shame because the sooner you start investing
the more money you can have at a younger age (look up compound interest so you get the idea of how this works).
Teach Me Wall Street
Fortunately, there is an
online camp coming up for teens ages 13-18 which promises to cover all the
basics of investing from a REAL WORLD perspective, so you can learn how to make
money with smart investments. It’s called Teach Me Wall Street, and students will learn about:
the stock market
technology) and jobs
and how they all come
Summer Camp is offered in
three tracks over the summer, starting July 6. Participants can take one track
or all three. (ALL TIMES BELOW IN EASTERN TIME)
1 – July 6 – 10 OR July 27 – 31 – 10am – 12pm
Street 101 – Teaches how
Wall Street and the stock market work and who the players are.
3 – July 20 – 24 OR Aug 10 – 14 – 10am – 3pm – Intensive Boot Camp
Trading – Explore the principals of currency trading, get a
technical analysis and find out how international events affect the markets and
Much of the material
covered in the summer camp is not taught in school. It’s not text book based
but rather provides what teens really need to learn in order to be successful
in life as investors.
“The best gift any educator can get is seeing how, when students learn, they are able to connect all the dots. Countless times people have told me how they are taught about various things, but never really understand how it all works. However, when taking a workshop or tour with us there is context and history, and we make it fun – so it is easy to learn how the stock exchange and the whole financial system works.”
—Annaline Dinkelmann, Founder
First year online
The company has been
teaching and touring Wall Street for the past 12 years, but due to Covid 19,
they have taken their education online.
Past teachers who
brought student groups in person rave:
“Great company to work
with! I highly recommend booking a tour or workshop with them.”
“Thank you for a
wonderful and informative Wall Streets tour. The students and staff enjoyed it
very much! Keep up the good work. Looking forward to booking next year tour
with our 2020 incoming class!”
Billie Eilish fans can rejoice at a new release this month called Billie Eilish: The Essential Fan Guide now available at Amazon!
The hardcover book, published by Welden Owen, tells the story of one of the most unique and exciting pop stars on the planet. Through lively text and brilliant pictures, it follows the rise and rise of Billie from bedroom singer to festival headliner with the No. 1 album in the world, detailing her songwriting process, her life in the spotlight, and how she developed her unique sense of style. Filled with quotes from Billie and her closest collaborators, discussing fame, fashion, fans and more, this book takes fans onstage, into the studio and behind the scenes with the most hyped artist of her generation.
The book currently retails for $12.99, and while we wish it were a tad longer (it’s 64 pages), it’s a great addition to every Billie Eilish super stan’s collection.
Los Angeles native David Lei Brandt is a producer, singer, songwriter and dancer who started his music career in 2007 by becoming a member of VFC (Varsity Fanclub), an international pop group signed to Capitol Records. VFC collaborated with a number of high-profile producers (Ryan Tedder, Red One), and shared the stage with many high-profile acts such as Rihanna, Pussycat Dolls, and Jordin Sparks. Their first single, “Future Love,” quickly became widely known and received airplay on KISS-FM and Radio Disney.
Following the split of the group (which later reformed with several members as After Romeo), he became a primary background dancer for Lady Gaga in 2010. He spent the next 6 years performing alongside her on two world tours as well as music videos and award shows. Throughout this period he continued to write and produce music for various artists while working on his own sound. It was at the end of the Art Pop Ball, when Lady Gaga gave him her microphone and allowed him to sing a part of her song, that David knew it was time to return to music as an Artist.
Ending his career as a background dancer with the 2017 Super Bowl, he spent the next two years perfecting his craft and sound. You can find is most recent single, Love You Outta Style, rapidly gaining traction with its POP / Contemporary R&B club sound.
Scroll down to find out more about David in our exclusive Q&A!
Hello David, nice to e-meet you! Before we get to your industry roles, tell us a little about yourself outside of show biz.
I currently live in Berlin. I moved here two years ago to be with my girl. There really isn’t much outside of Showbiz. Haha. But the typical everyday life includes taking our dog to the park, hitting the gym, and def fitting in a game night with friends. My girlfriend and I are super competitive with board games of all kinds or Mario Kart.
Great! Tell us how you got into the music industry what you consider to be your greatest accomplishment in it to date?
Well I have always been a musician and singer my whole life, but some time ago I auditioned for a band called Varsity Fanclub. The same creators of N’SYNC and BSB created us. Literally it was that simple. That was my first big step into the music biz. One day I was doing music at home trying to figure things out and the next I’m signed to Capitol Records.
And the biggest challenge you have faced in it so far?
Def falling and getting back up. We were one of those bands that had a music business horror story. It chews you up and spits you out. However, having the attitude of never giving up and creating second chances is the biggest challenge I’ve faced.
You were one of Lady Gaga’s background dancers for six years. What was the most valuable part of that experience?
Oh my god… simple. I got to learn from the best. Being an artist first and foremost, I had a different mentality as a background dancer. It was a dream to dance for her, but it wasn’t MY dream as crazy as that sounds. I knew using this experience would elevate me as an artist/musician/Performer to an entirely different and higher level.
And your most memorable moment with her?
One day we had a show in Turkey. There was a part in the show where I had to interact with her specifically, and out of nowhere she puts the mic in my face. I froze solid. The show kept going. The next day when she sees me, she “humbly” and sarcastically asks me why I didn’t sing… again I froze. Haha. She told me, “the next time I put the mic in front of your face you better sing!” That’s the clean version. 😉
So the next show day, the same part comes.. mic drops in front of my face and I didn’t disappoint. She let me sing the whole part that night and for the rest of the tour.
What is one misconception you think people have about Lady Gaga, and what is the truth about it?
I get this question all the time. I’ll answer it like this.
She is one of the kindest and most open souls I have ever met. She always cares what’s happening to the people around her and always does her best to create positivity. She is the embodiment of the messages she preaches. If we got hurt dancing… she would pay out of her own pocket to do what she needed in order to help us recover. She is smart in marketing herself no doubt… but deep down… she is a gem.
What were the best and worst parts about being in Varsity Fan Club?
There were a lot of incredible memories with that band. Touring together and creating a bond that will last a life time. Performing will always be the best parts. Next to that.. being in the studio with incredible producers like Ryan Tedder. Of course since I am a producer as well, this was a major learning experience.
The worst part was never having any control. Sometimes with being signed all the people in charge think they know what’s best. The problem with this is they forget the people closest to the fanbase is us. We know firsthand what our fans are connecting to and what they are not. Watching your career spiral down hill and not being able to do anything about it is gut wrenching. It effects everything about your mental stability and perception of yourself.
Do you still stay in touch with any of your fellow band members?
Yeah we talk. Not as much as we used to, but we get a moment or two in there every once in a while.
Now that you have some accomplishments under your belt, how does the reality of show biz differ from how you first imagined going into it?
Show business is a complete 180 from how you see it before being in it. That’s what the media does. Glamorize the hell out of it to make you think anyone and everyone can be a star and live the life. It’s 100% not true. You have to work your ass off everyday and devote every waking minute you have to it You have to be SMART. You need to be a businessman first. This is the only way to create longevity. The biggest thing….. you have to be able to accept criticism from all angles and understand how to interpret it.
Who inspires you and why?
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is my inspiration. He came from nothing and is now the highest paid entertainer in the world. He lives and breathes hard work, but is still the definition of a good person in all areas of life.
If you weren’t a performer, what other type of career would you be interested in pursuing?
If you have a plan B… Then plan A will not work.
Tell me something people would be surprised to know about you?
I actually grew up acting. I did commercials and was one of Disney’s spokespeople for campaigning new movies or television shows. I did that for years.
Biggest pet peeve?
I can not stand when my girlfriend wears my socks. Haha. I know it’s weird but… I love the feeling of fresh socks. Hahaha.
Def Thai food. Easy.
Least favorite food?
Def Chinese food. Easy. Yes… there is a difference between Chinese and Thai.
If you could pass a law everyone in the world had to follow, what would it be?
Ooo…. this is tough. So many things I could say, however this being my first interview with you guys I’m gonna be safe. Hahaha. I think it would be a cool law that every week we are forced to see some type of live entertainment. I think any type of performance art is essential to a productive culture.
Favorite Movie or TV Show?
For the longest time I would say Game of Thrones… but I love “The Boys” on Amazon. Don’t wanna ruin anything but it’s a must see.
What else are you working on or have coming up next?
I am always working on music for myself, but I currently have a few projects with different labels that I am producing and writing for. I also own an entertainment company with my partner in which we deliver music videos, television shows, and live performances. @I.D_Entertainment.
Could we get a selfie of whatever you are doing at the moment? It’s something we ask to keep it real for the fans!
Azalea Priscilla Carey was born on May 13, 2005 in Boston Massachusetts but moved to Los Angeles with her family in 2014 to pursue her dreams of succeeding in the entertainment industry. Azalea released her first and second singles titled “Extra” and “Trust the Space” in 2015 and 2017. (Scroll down to see our coverage of her “Extra” release party!)
While she has been on a short break to pursue other interests, she still has a love for singing and piano and is planning to begin working on new music again soon. Azalea has a definite passion for film has been focusing a lot of her time recently on videography and video editing YouTube channels. She films and edits both her own channel and her sister Indi Star’s channel. She also enjoys vlogging and Tiktok.
Here’s 5 fast facts about Azalea!
She took a break but is ready to come back.
Although I am on kind of a singing break at the moment, I have put out 2 original songs. I really love to sing and I just took a break to see who I was and how I wanted to portray that in my music. My most memorable moment was definitely performing live on stage with an audience singing to my songs.
She was quite surprised when she tried on a pair of THESE:
I really wish that I realized that I needed glasses sooner than I did. I remember when I finally got them, I was shocked by how clear everything was! I am as blind as a bat!
She’s got a warning about online life.
Right now one of the biggest negative pressures for teens is online hate and cyber bullying. It seems cliche to say but bullying really is a big problem and bullying is easier than ever because it can be done right from your own home on your phone or computer! I realize that people are just hiding behind their phones and screens and are probably hurting and scared themselves and then they just take that out on other people. It’s really actually quite sad.
She learns differently than most.
People may be surprised to know that I am dyslexic and that just means that I learn differently than other people.
There is one food she REFUSES to eat.
I refuse to eat seafood because when i see that i dont eat it!! Lol!