Inspiration News Archive
In case you didn't already know, J.K. Rowling is a bit of a whiz when it comes to Twitter, so naturally she just had to get in on the action for #NationalPoetryDay!
But instead of sharing any old poem, the famed author decided to use the day as a chance to send a message some of the trolls of the Internet, specifically the misogynistic fellas!
J.K. shared a snap of the poem Invisible Men by Musa Okwonga, which reads:
We just got all the feels.
On Tuesday, the normally private Fat Joe opened up about his first born son with special needs, Joey.
For those who don't know, the rapper fathered Joey when he was just 22-years-old, an experience that F.J. has spoken on in the past. Obviously, having a special needs son as a young adult was challenging but ultimately VERY rewarding.
In the pic (above)! the 45-year-old explained:
"I'm very private with my first born. Joey is special kid full of joy and Love. there's no way you could understand unless you have a family member who has challenges in life. He's my angel and the reason for all my blessings. I Love him to death #godisgreat."
So sweet. The caption echoes a previous statement Joe made about his 23-year-old son back in 2010:
"My oldest son is Joey, he's 18. When I had him I was very young. I love my son dearly, but I didn't feel like I was ready to have kids at the time. From time to time I told my mom and dad they should have educated me on the responsibilities of having a kid. He was a special needs child, I raised him with my parents. His mom couldn't handle him, and instead of him going to a center we raised him all of his life. I had to learn the responsibilities of being a parent the hard way."
Very well said. We're glad Fat Joe and his son have such a special bond despite the initial hardships.
Apparently, a lot of Facebook commenters also found the Bronx native's post moving. They shared things like:
EXCLUSIVE! Hills Alum Jason Wahler Opens Up About His New Sober Living Facility & His Inspiring Recovery From Addiction!
We couldn't be prouder of Jason Wahler!
Despite a dark past of addiction, the Hills alum has made an AMAZING recovery and has now opened up his own sober living facility in Orange County called Widespread Recovery.
Talk about impressive!
Luckily for us, we were able to sit down with the well-spoken reality star for an EXCLUSIVE interview about the facility, his possible return to television, and his emotional story about recovering from addiction.
Trust us when we say the sit down is refreshingly candid and informative! Check out the amazing chat (above)!
Yep, Mr.Wahler is doing fabulous these days and we can't wait to see his philanthropic work change lives! We bet having a lovely family and wife to back him up doesn't hurt either!
Well this would be a sweet ending for Kim Zolciak-Biermann!
According to reports,
We all know Demi Lovato has a powerful voice, but now she's using it for something other than belting out her hit songs.
The pop princess is headed to Capitol Hill to raise awareness about mental health issues, something that hits home because she has admitted to suffering with bipolar disorder.
On Tuesday, the 23-year-old is headed to Washington, D.C. for the Be Vocal: Speak Up for Mental Health movement at the National Council for Behavioral Health's Hill Day.
While she's there, the brunette beauty is going to meet with legislators to push for "comprehensive mental health reform" and an easier ability to obtain the proper healthcare.
But most importantly, the Confident singer wants to change the way our society perceives mental disorders and diseases, saying:
Hugh Jackman Gets Real About His Emotional Childhood — 'From The Moment Mum Left, I Was A Fearful Kid Who Felt Powerless'
In a revealing new interview, Hugh Jackman opened up about his painful upbringing that resulted in years of aggression, and how the stage is the only place he finds peace. The 46-year-old may star as Blackbeard in the upcoming flick Pan, but it seems he may relate more with the Lost Boys.
For the first time, he shared:
"I was volatile. My mum left when I was 8. My anger didn't really surface until I was 12 or 13. It was triggered because my parents were going to get reconciled and didn't. All those years I'd been holding out hope that they would."
With a guy as genuine and classy as the Australian heartthrob, you wonder where he channels the intensity for roles like those in The Wolverine and X-Men — and now we have a glimpse:
"There was this perfect storm of hormones and emotion. I've never said this before: I just remembered that we had those metal school lockers, and for some reason, half in fun, we used to head-butt the lockers until there was a dent in them. Like, who was the toughest and craziest?"
Before fell in love with acting, he leaned on sports as an outlet for his anger: