Victors/Victorias: Episode 2

An exploration of love languages and apology languages.



Girls, Interrupting: Episode 2, Supplemental Reading

The Divine Feminine, Mac Miller’s album on Love

Ariana Grande claps back at tweet blaming her for Mac Miller’s arrest

Ariana [after their breakup] says she will always adore Mac

A review of Mac Miller’s Swimming album

Timeline of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s relationship

Mac Miller’s death confirmed an accidental overdose

Why Fentanyl is much more deadly than Heroin

Fans blame Ariana for Mac Miller’s death

“Men are what their mothers made them” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Whitney and Bobby blaming each other for their respective demons

Who Bobby Brown blames for Whitney and Bobbi Kristina’s deaths and other revelations

So it seems Bobby WAS painted as the villain who corrupted Whitney and introduced her into a life of drugs. Maybe if the internet had been what it is now, he would have received the same tweets Ariana and Pete have been bombarded with. All this episode (and the subsequent research I’ve done) reveals to me is that people are way too quick to vilify others and place blame on outliers when the only one who can control someone’s actions is them. The internet has become a hotbed of sadistic trolls who revel in attacking celebrities. It is disgusting.

In conclusion (this is the common conclusion I come to) therapy is great for everyone!

Finding the right therapist

If you can’t afford therapy

Be safe ❤




The Agonies and the Ecstasies: Episode 1, Supplementals

New podcast episode out today, here are some articles about things we covered:

Steven Spielberg Thinks Netflix Films Should Not Qualify for Oscars

Netflix Soars with 15 Oscar Nominations

Dee Rees, First Black Woman Nominated for Adapted Screenplay

Women Directors Might Just Get the Hollywood Ending They Have Been Hoping For

2019 Oscar Nominations

Oscars Eligibility

The Secret to Netflix’s Success

Black is the New Black: Dee Rees

Amma Asante, Where Hands Touch

Half the Picture

Girls, Interrupting: Episode 1, Supplemental Material

For a hearty laugh:

Erica Ash shows us how versatile the word bitch really is 

supplemental articles:

FCC Censorship Rules Vary for Broadcast, Cable, and Streaming