New York Bronx native, Jennifer Lopez got the cover girl spot of InStyle magazine’s February 2016 edition.
Jenny brandished a high maintenance minimalist makeup look with a pink-blush lip and chestnut-brown brows and eye-shadow.
“As girls, I think we are taught from a very young age that someone is going to bring us our happiness.
I was waiting for Prince Charming.
Everybody I met was going to be the guy I was going to spend my life with.
And then you realize, I’m strong, I’m my own keeper, my own saviour.
That’s been the journey for me….I need to be happy on my own.
If someone fits into that, great.
But if they don’t, that’s OK too.” Lopez, Jennifer.
InStyle Magazine. February 2016.
Jlo brandished a sexy knitted turtleneck sweater for InStyle magazine. Click here now to see sweaters that you can brandish to a party in the winter.
I have heard many critiques about both Jennifer Lopez and Halle Berry in terms of how their beauty could not escape them from their “failed” relationships.
However, I always thought that it was a matter of their choice.
I never thought it was about them not being able to keep a man. What does that mean anyway?
Let’s be real, people enter into relationships for all sorts of reasons.
We never really know what the other person is thinking. Plus… let’s add the fact that we are ever-changing.
Self-development is a monster. Lol.
Self development is a great, amazing thing.
However, it does morph you. It shrinks the egotistical-coward in you, and brings out the self-confident gracious warrior.
But, when people go on different paths when it comes to self-development it may be not-so-nice to live under the same roof as that person, much less share a bed.
This is just chitty-chatting … (obviously) only they know why they separated from their partners.
Respect goes out to Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez for having self-worth.
No matter what we have to put God first and us second. As far as human-to-human relationships go, we need to put ourselves first.
We need to be with a partner that allows us to be ourselves throughout our developmental stages.
Some of us have been through a lot since birth.
In order to heal from all of that PTSD we need to release and unpack.
When you are missioning through all of that you need to be with someone that you can trust.
You need a partner that regards you as a human, and not just a collection of juicy body parts.
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