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Get Ready To Add Hustlers To Your List of JLo Classics

After decades of paying her dues in Hollywood, Jennifer Lopez has finally landed the role of a lifetime in her latest film, Hustlers. With a box office opening that far surpassed even the most generous projections, critics praising both Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu for their stellar performances, an all-star cast worthy of all ‘the hype,’ and a plot that’s actually based on a true story, you don’t need to tell us twice to go see Hustlers in theaters. Although admittedly, we may need to see it

beauty

How To Break Up With Your Hairdresser

As a serial salon-switcher, I can tell you firsthand; it’s not easy breaking up with your hairdresser. Your hairdresser takes on so much more than just your hot roots and split ends every few weeks or so. Not only do they make you feel pretty (this in itself is a rare and valuable quality), but your hairdresser’s chair tends to become a modern confessional of sorts. We find ourselves sharing personal aspects of our lives with our hairdressers and listening to theirs in return.

parenting

Parents Must Proactively Teach Children To Practice Self-Care, Here’s How

As parents, we try to teach our children everything we possibly can, while we can, to ensure that one day they’ll be equipt to create and maintain fulfilling, meaningful, and authentic adult lives. The morals of our stories are typically pretty standard stuff; good hygiene is a must, safety first, respect your elders, scratch that, respect everyone. Yet, there’s one fundamental concept so imperative to the quality of our mental health, relationships, and overall well-being that, sometimes, we a

autism advocacy

Director Of The Movie 'A Boy Called Po' Explains What Autism Is Really Like For A Family

No one can tell the story of A Boy Called Po — the 2016 movie that just became available on Netflix –quite like John Asher can. While he’s the film’s director, producer, and editor, Asher also knows firsthand the complex dynamics of parenting a child with autism. Considering that he is the proud father of an autistic son, Evan, who is now 14, it is not surprising that Asher’s motivations behind the film run deeper than profit and box office success.

'A Boy Called Po': An Honest Look at Autism

While, undoubtedly, there’s bound to be a select few moviegoers who storm out of the latest Marvel movie, enraged for one reason or another, it’s a pretty safe bet that the vast majority of viewers will leave the theater either entertained or not entertained. But when one creates art that imitates real life, they tread a finer line. Films about disability and illness must walk this tightrope like no other genre.
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