40 Best Suzanne Somers Quotes About Health And Wellness

Cancer survivor, Suzanne Somers, believes in balancing your hormones for a long, healthy life.

Suzanne Somers was born October 16, 1946 in California, and she has led a full, exciting life as a successful actress, author and businesswoman — paving the way for women in the health and wellness industry with her numerous best-selling books about aging, ridding your body of toxins and balancing hormones.

Somers was raised in an Irish-American Catholic family. Her mother was a medical secretary and her father was a laborer and gardener. Unfortunately, recalls her childhood as “joyless” due to her father’s battle with alcohol addiction.

Suzanne married Bruce Somers at the age of 19, gave birth to her son, Bruce Jr, in November 1965, and then divorced her husband not long after.

After becoming a model on the Anniversary Game show, Suzanne Somers met her second husband, Alan Hamel they married in 1977 and have been happily together ever since.

Known for her roles as Chrissy Snow on the sitcom Three’s Company in 1977 and as Carol Foster in the 1991 TV show Step By Step, famously blonde Somers has appeared on a variety of television shows and movies over the past few decades.

In 2001, Suzanne Somers was diagnosed with breast cancer, which she successfully treated with radiation therapy and lscador, a drug made from a mistletoe extract.

After her acting career, Suzanne Somers started promoting beauty and fitness brands through her online store. She was most famous for her involvement with The Thighmaster, but she her expertise as a fitness guru to the next level by writing numerous books. According to Somers, “writing is my greatest passion because I can share the things that matter most to me with you.” As of this year, Suzanne Somers has authored over twenty books, 14 of them being New York Times bestsellers — including Sexy Forever, Knockout and The Sexy Years. Her most recent book release, A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging came out in January 2020, and it covers topics about aging well and natural alternatives that will increase your aging process to be a good one.

Over the last few months, Suzanne Somers has faced backlash for posting a nude photo on her Instagram with the caption, “Here I am at 73 in my Birthday Suit!!!“, but many of her fans praise her …

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38 Quotes From Celebrities Who Know How To Make Love Last

Here are their secrets to a successful relationship.

Falling in love? That’s the easy part. But once the honeymoon dust settles, how do you nurture a loving and lasting relationship? What’s the glue that holds it all together?

From New York to Los Angeles and towns in between, YourTango set out to discover that answer by asking, “What’s the best love advice you ever heard?” 

Here, you’ll learn the marriage mantra Kyra Sedgwick shared with Angie Harmon, why actor Eric Dane considers himself so lucky in love, and much more. 

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“My mom always used to say, “You can’t say I love you before you can say I.” And I think that sort of makes sense.” — Mindy Kaling​

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“From my mom and dad, because they’re happily married for a long time: Just listen. Listen to him. I’m so independent and driven and stubborn. Just let him talk. It’s about not being so stubborn and having to win every argument. My parents set a great example. They love each other and take care of each other so much.” — Erin Andrews

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“It’s kind of cheesy, but my mama, who you all have seen on the show, says to cook for your man. She’s Southern, so when he comes home, be pullin’ a pie out of the oven. That’s always been her advice, and you know what? It works. Your man wants to see you in the kitchen, puttin’ some love into some food; it works for Eric, that’s for sure.” — Jessie James

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“The best advice I’ve ever been given is being handed a Bible. That’s the blueprint for marriage that we go by, and that’s what our marriage is grounded in. We also have other married couples who are examples in our lives. My parents have been married over 40 years, and both sets of grandparents for over 65 years. When you see couples in long-term relationships and you see them go through good times and bad times, you realize it’s about being committed enough and loving your partner enough to hang in there regardless.” — Candace Cameron Bure​

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“My mom told me, “It shouldn’t be that difficult.” My parents had their moments for sure, but the majority of their relationship has been really great. It shouldn’t be that much work to make love work.” — Anthony Carrino​

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“Always be honest.” — John Colaneri​…

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30 Kenny Rogers Quotes About Life, Fame & Country Music

Legendary Country Music Star dies, Kenny Rogers at 81.

Award-winning singer/ songwriter, Kenny Rogers was born on August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas. He was the fourth of eight children to Lucile Lois, a nurse’s assistant and Edward Rogers, a carpenter. He worked as a busboy at the Rice Hotel and swept floors at a hat store for nine dollars a week. In 1949, he won a talent show at the Texan Theatre. His music career spanned over six decades.

From the 1950s, Rogers was a teenage rock sensation with a hit song, “That Crazy Feeling” which resulted in his National TV appearance on “American Bandstand”. He worked along with bands and as a solo artist.

His album and song, “The Gambler” released in 1978, the hit song became huge in the country and pop industry in which he won a second Grammy award. Rogers had 24 number-one hits and he is a sixth time Grammy award-winning artist. In 2013, the hit country legend was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Besides being a legendary musician, Rogers has published several books including a 2012 autobiography.

Until recent years it has been quoted that “he would choose success over family”. He has also stated that he has “regretted that decision because he missed out on the good years of his children growing up”.

Sadly, Kenny Rogers, 81, died at his home on March 20, 2020, from natural causes while he was under hospice care. He was surrounded by family. He leaves behind his wife, Wanda Miller and five children (three from previous relationships) in which he loved to spend most of his time.

Kenny Rogers’ music has impacted the history of American and Country Music. His music has touched the lives of many people across the world. Rogers’ legacy will continue to live on through his music. Here some of the best Kenny Rogers’s quotes to remember him by.

1. There is no in-between in friendship.

“You can’t make old friends. You either have them or you don’t.” —Kenny Rogers

2. Sometimes singing has more impact rather than saying them.

“If you want people to know what your message is, just sing it.”—Kenny Rogers

3. If you love something it is who you are not what you do.

“Music is what I am, everything else is what I do.”—Kenny Rogers

4. Know your battles.

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25 Thought Provoking Quotes & Empowering Ideas From Taraji P. Henson

Sometimes you need to make a change.

Taraji P Henson is well known for her portrayal of Cookie Lyon on the hit Fox series Empire. I grew up watching Taraji on TV, so it’s safe to safe I’m a big fan of hers. I’ve always admired how she always portrays strong women who overcome great obstacles. It’s so inspiring to see women portrayed as girl bosses and intelligent beings

Even her real-life story of graduating from college as a single mother and moving to LA with her son to be an actress is unbelievable. The amount of bravery and self-confidence it took for her to make such a change, goes to show that just like her any woman can accomplish anything they set their minds to.

Out of all the titles Taraji has earned the most influential is an activist. She saw a need within the black community and instead of standing by she found a way to meet that need. She founded a nonprofit organization called the Boris Laurence Henson Foundation, named after her father who suffered from PTSD. The foundation is an outlet for black people to be able to talk about their mental health issues.

Being a black woman myself, I can truthfully say that mental health is something that is dismissed in black culture. No one takes these issues seriously. Telling your parents or older relatives that you are stressed or enduring emotional hardships, is almost seemed as if you’re being dramatic instead of a cry for help. Often they’ll advise you to pray.

Prayer is great but sometimes you need therapy too.

The thought of therapy within itself can be really scary because no one wants to tell a stranger their business, especially one who does not look like them or have to face their struggles. Overall, black people don’t have positive outlets to express their emotions, so we are forced to bottle them up. Bottling up our emotions leads to our past traumas being unaddressed, so they continue to hinder our lives. In an attempt to destigmatize mental health in the black community, Taraji’s foundation is bringing the issue to light and providing resources to help those in need.

Mental health is important for all people of every race.

We all deserve to live a life free of depression, anxiety, and unforgiveness. I hope these quotes will inspire a change in you.

1. God

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26 All Time Best Betty White Quotes & Funny Memes In Honor Of Her (98th!) Birthday

Happy 98th birthday, Betty White!

There are people who are placed in the limelight with fame that comes and goes; and then there are people like Betty White — legendary actress from movies and sitcoms including The Golden Girls, That 70s Show and Hot In Cleveland — who still (on her 98th birthday!) has a personality that will last a lifetime as evidenced by her best quotes and memes throughout the years.

And on January 17, her charisma and charm have been given to the world for 98 years.

 

Betty White was born in Oak Park Illinois on January 17, 1922. Having a career that began at the young age of 17, she immersed herself to different areas of the movie business, such acting, hosting and producing.

She is widely known for her role in the seven-season show The Golden Girls, where she played Rose Nylund — a funny and quick-witted character, who was able to form a relationship with everyone she meets.

Over the course of eight years, this fictional character mirrored Betty White’s actual personality, making the world fall in love with her episode by episode. While her role in The Golden Girls played a large role in the development of her fame, she is also remembered for her work beyond that.

Her personal accomplishments run the gamut. She won the Regional (LA) Emmy award in 1952 as an outstanding female personality and is a three-time award winner for the American Comedy Awards. She was the first woman to win a Daytime Emmy Award under the category of Outstanding Game Show Host.

 

As an advocate for living your best life and spreading positivity, Betty White’s legacy reaches further than just the films and shows she has starred in, and the awards she has won.

As an avid animal lover, Betty White has done charitable work for years. She has devoted her life to the welfare of animals, never seeing it as something she should do, but had to do.

For more than half of her life, Betty has unfailingly made an impact on not only the entertainment industry, but also the way we view life, and the importance of living an optimistic life.

To help celebrate her 98th birthday, here’s a collection of the best Betty White quotes and funny memes that remind us of all the ways she has charmed us all through the years. …

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28 Best Bo Burnham Jokes & Funny Quotes From His Best Comedy Shows

Goodbye sadness, hello jokes.

Bo Burnham is a man of many talents — he’s a comedian, musician, actor, director, and poet. He got his start on YouTube in 2006. However, he was posting funny songs on YouTube before it became a platform that really created celebrities and careers. He was simply posting silly songs he recorded in his high school bedroom to share with his friends and family.

Bo Burnham’s YouTube videos became a hit and now they have over 200 million views.

In 2008, he signed a four-year record deal with Comedy Central Records. He also released his EP, Bo fo Sho, that year. In 2009, he recorded a half-hour Comedy Central special and became the youngest comedian, at the age of 18, to release a special on the network. His full-length album titled Bo Burnham also came out that same year.

Burnham was born and raised in Massachusetts where he graduated from an all-boys catholic school called St. John’s Preparatory School. He was involved in the theatre program and worked diligently to be on the honor roll throughout his high school years. When he graduated in 2008, he got into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to study experimental theatre. However, he decided to not attend and instead focus on his comedy pursuits.

In 2010, Bo Burnham released his second album called Words Words Words and recorded his first live special, of the same name, and it aired on Comedy Central. That year he was nominated for “Best Comedy Show” at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for his Words Words Words performance.

That year he also wrote, produced, and starred in an MTV reality show satire called Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous. Each episode focused on Zach rebranding himself in hopes to become famous and it was an intelligent subversion of the reality television genre. However, placing the show on a network among the reality shows he is poking fun of caused some viewers to not understand that it was satirical, thus it was not picked up for a second season.

Bo Burnham’s third comedy special and album, What., came out in 2013 on Netflix, as well as his YouTube channel. That same year he also released his first poetry book, Egghead: Or, You Can’t Survive on Ideas Alone.

His third stand-up special, Make Happy, was released on Netflix in 2016.

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28 Best Paris Hilton Quotes That Will Make You Laugh And Say, ‘That’s Hot’

She’s funnier than you might think.

How can you not love Paris Hilton? She does it all. Paris is a businesswoman, socialite, model, singer, actress, fashion designer, DJ, and media personality.

Paris Hilton’s almost always been famous (being great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton — founder of Hilton Hotels), but a time that really shot her into the limelight — whether or not she wanted the attention — was in 2003, when a private recording of her then-boyfriend Rick Salomon leaded.

The sex tape was later branded 1 Night in Paris, but instead of shying away from the spotlight, she used that newfound fame to help launch her reality television career with friend Nicole Richie by bringing “The Simple Life” series to FOX.

“The Simple Life” followed two rich girls, Richie and Hilton, leave their money behind to go stay with a family on a farm for five weeks. They had to get jobs, do chores, and try to live a normal life, which was surprisingly hilarious to watch because they didn’t know how to do any of those things.

Paris is also a fashion icon. In the early 2000s, the paparrazi often snapped pictures of her rocking a juicy couture tracksuit paired with a bedazzled Von Dutch hat. Although she owns a lot of clothes, her assistant at the time, Kim Kardashian, would organize her closet for her. However, Paris gave back to Kim by teaching her the ropes on how to become famous — and she is one of the reasons Kim Kardashian is so famous today.

Aside from working closely with Kim, Paris often got photographed partying out with her friends, Britney Spears and Lindsey Lohan.

In 2005, Paris secured a role in the horror film House of Wax. A year later, she released her first album, Paris, and it reached number six on the Billboard 200. In 2008, Paris came back to reality television with her own show called “Paris Hilton’s My New BFF”, which was a competition show where she searched for her new best friend. Soon after, she came out with two more reality shows, “The World According to Paris” and “Hollywood Love Story”, both only airing for one season.

In 2012, Paris Hilton became a DJ at Brazil’s Pop Music Festival. From 2013 to 2017, Paris had a residency at the Amnesia Nightclub in Ibiza, and she was the highest-paid female DJ …

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25 Charming Cameron Diaz Quotes About Love And Following Your Passions

Her smile is everything.

Cameron Diaz was born in 1972 in San Diego, Cameron left home at 16 and for the next 5 years move all around the world from Europe to Asia to Africa. She began modeling at age 16 and worked in ad campaigns for Calvin Klein and Coca-Cola.

Returning to California at the age of 21, Cameron Diaz used her modeling career to audition for a big part in The Mask. With no acting experience she was given the opportunity of a lifetime to work alongside Jim Carry for this hollywood blockbusters. Diaz sustained a wrist injury when she auditioned for more roles, which led her to take part in some smaller budget movies — but she found success in a second box office smash hit with There’s Something About Mary.

Diaz’ most noteworthy role however is when she started as Princess Fiona in the Shrek trilogy. Camerion Diaz played a role that changed the way people see princess. In the Shrek Trilogy there are moments that Diaz’s character played different to the stereotypical princess that we see in many classic children’s stories.

Diaz later on in the early 2010’s acted in Knight and Day and The Green Hornet . She started in more comedies including Diaz having the lead role in Bad Teacher and What To Expect When You’re Expecting and Gambit.

Diaz is regularly in the pop culture scene due to her drama filled life. Her 5-year relationship with video producer Carlos de La Torre ended in 1995. She dated Matt Dillon from 1996 to 1998, and later dated actor Jared Leto in 1999 to 2003. She then started dating Justin Timberlake until 2007. Diaz began dating Benji Madden in May 2014 and was engaged to the rocker that December. They married on January 5, 2015 at Diaz’ Beverly Hills home.

Take a look below at some of the best Cameron Diaz quotes from over the years to see why her big smile and magnetic personality shines through the silver screen:

1. Just live your life.

“I’m living my life as a journey. My quest is to make it better every year.” Cameron Diaz

2. Inner beauty is what matters.

“Beauty [is] a kind of radiance. People who possess a true inner beauty, their eyes are a little brighter, their skin a little more dewy. They vibrate at a different frequency.”

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29 Shawn Mendes Songs About Love, Sexy Song Lyrics & Stunning Music Videos That’ll Make You Miss Your Boo

 

Everything means nothing if Shawn can’t have you!

Shawn Mendes has graced all of our ears with hit after hit. Aside from being an absolutely gorgeous heartthrob, his music is the soundtrack to so many lovers across the globe. With a perfect combination of slow love songs and top-down car jams, Shawn’s music is sure to set fire to sparks all year. As long as he is releasing music, we’ll keep falling in love!

Last month, Shawn Mendes collaborated with Camila Cabello to release one of the steamiest songs of the summer, “Senorita.” Their chemistry is undeniable in the music video. 30 seconds in and you are sure to know exactly what I’m talking about. Add your bae sitting next to you into the mix and you are soon to be reenacting the choreography by the time they get to the second verse.

As Shawn makes his way around the world on tour, women are dragging their baes to their floor seats to make the dream of a make out session to the live sound of the everything Alexa has been blasting for the past three months (minimum!) a complete reality. And all we have to say is: you GO, girl!

Beyond his great music, Shawn is such a pure soul. He is constantly sharing his love and gratitude to his fans on Twitter and Instagram. He reminds us all that he is where he is because of our admiration and support. He tells all of his fans that they are beautiful and worthy. And he has gone on record to say he wouldn’t have a problem with dating a fan (hint, hint ladies). He is the boyfriend we all wish we had!

But for the times you can’t have your boo next you while you share AirPods and rock out to your Mendes Mania playlist, this list of lyrics will keep you thinking of their dreamy eyes and their killer pillow talk.

1. Oh, that pillow talk…

“Stay here and lay here right in my arms. It’s only a moment before you’re gone. And I am keeping you warm. Act like you love me so I can go on.” — Shawn Mendes in “Act Like You Love Me”

2. You see what others don’t.

“And I don’t care what they say about you, baby. They don’t know what you’ve been through. Trust me, I could be the one to

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30 Quotes About Depression From Celebrities Who Have Been There

You are never alone.

Did you know that prolonged, unmanaged depression is the leading cause of suicide? Stop and think about it for a second. There are so many people who suffer from depression in the world, so seeing that in its unmanaged state, depression is the leading cause of suicide.

The World Health Organization has reported that more than 800,000 people commit suicide each year. That places it at one suicide every 40 seconds. Every 40 seconds. Think about that.

The possibility of being affected by depression as a woman is twice as much as men. There is postpartum depression, which many women suffer from after they give birth. Women who experience postpartum depression is a full-blown depressive episode.

Depression does not come in one shape and form. You could suffer from a seasonal affective disorder which happens in the winter months when there is not as much sunlight. This could include the symptoms of social withdrawal, weight gain and sleeping all the time.

People with Bipolar disorder, which is categorized as a manic-depressive illness, are all too familiar with depression too. They are likely to experience very low moods and major depression.

But being depressed is nothing to be ashamed of. You don’t ever have to hide it. It’s important for those around you to understand what you are going through, and whether or not you need some type of help. Sometimes people do not want any help or opinions but you can always just be there as support.

Just remember above all else, you are not alone. There are people out there — even famous celebrities — who are going through the same or similar things as you are. There are people to talk to and therapists who can help.

Take a look below at some of the most impactful quotes celebrities have said about mental health, depression and anxiety. It may help you feel less alone in your struggle.

1. About disliking yourself.

“I disliked myself so intensely. It was just a mindset. I didn’t know how to love myself. I didn’t know how to love anybody.” Anne Hathaway​

2. About what it feels like to be depressed.

“I didn’t eat. I stayed in my room. I was in a really bad place in life, going through that lonely period: ‘Who am I? Who are friends? My life changed.'” Beyonce​

3. Why talking about

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