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“I always knew music was in my family since the days I could walk and talk, but the gravity of it all probably settled with me around 16. Of course, as a child, I would explain what my dad did, and what he still does rather casually, as if it were an ordinary day job. My whole family was blessed with musical talent, so to me, it was the norm.I can't speak for my brothers and sisters, but I am sure that they would agree, that working in music isn't just about the love of music, it's also about cultivating, and protecting a legacy that was based on positive music, not just for us now, but for future generations to come. I was never forced to go down a certain path, but for me, and for my family, it wasn't really a choice as much as it was an innate responsibility we happily shared with each other.” - Brian Stevenson, son of Motown legend William “Mickey” Stevenson. Read more on our Facebook page.
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But like, we’re still cute. ➡️
Wouldn’t change a thing.
Sometimes you just need to zone out on some kinetic sand. And that’s where @sand.tagious comes in. Their channel is the perfect example of blissful white noise that can help you go zen and relax.
Remember when you thought anything was possible? Well, it still is.
Anyone getting their music fix this weekend?
Hey baby.
Tag your roomie if you love them this much.
@aasian is a self love guru! Brb watching her vids all weekend.
You are the best version of you there is.
“I didn’t realize it at the time, but food and my behaviors around eating actually had nothing to do with weight loss: they were negative coping skills. They were a way to avoid underlying issues, and I relied on them heavily. I was using these symptoms as a way to soothe, comfort, numb, and feel in control. My story is not uncommon, but it is unique to me. Everyone’s experience is different. At times, I can relate to people who are living with an eating disorder, though I have learned never to assume that I know what it’s like to walk in their shoes. I can never understand exactly what someone is going through. There is no “one size fits all” eating disorder, or any mental illness, for that matter.” - Kait Vanderlaan, a licensed social worker from @crisistextline. Read her full story at fullscreenpublishing.com. Crisis Text Line is the free, 24/7 text message service for people in crisis.
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