|Emma Roberts & Mary-Kate|
So this lead me to think more in terms of child stars gone, well not exactly bad but more like misbehaved. So the search began.
Please understand that I'm a sister to a sixteen year old and I had a chat with her last night just about people in her classes and in classes under her about their lives. I can't believe how crazy it is to see kids her age have to choose who's going to be DD for the night. I'm not even 21 yet and I think I have that problem a lot less than some of those kids do. It worries me. So much.
Andrea is a great kid; I can honestly say she has her head on straight. I'd only be a hypocrite if I were to say that I didn't have the DD problem maybe a little later say 18-19 but s i x t e e n? Come on! I'm just so worried about the future of teenagers in general.
So...here are a few examples of what NOT to do, Andrea....
|THE GOOD. (Miley Cyrus)|
|THE . . . VERY BAD.|
|THE GOOD. (Demi Lavato)|
|THE GOOD. (Sweet Emma Roberts)|
|Once good & beautiful. (Lindsay Lohan)|
|Now, pick a mugshot, any mugshot! |
PRETTY BAD, BAD, GROSS, & DOWNRIGHT UGLY!
|Did anyone else love The O.C.? (Mischa Barton)|
|THE GOOD. (Mary-Kate Olsen)|
|THE UGLY (Along side the uglier than sin, Spencer Pratt)|
It is possible to be beautiful & sexy & fabulous & grown up without drinking too much and doing drugs. It is possible to have fun and still be under control and be just as amazing, if not better, than these girls that get a little too crazy.
Be yourself and people will love you for who you are. . . like these amazing girls that have stayed true to themselves.
|THE GREAT, TAYLOR SWIFT|
|THE VERY GOOD, AMANDA BYNES.|
|THE FABULOUS, HAYDEN PANETTIERE.|
Stay yourself, and stay beautiful just like you are. You're better than all of that badness.