Overall, I think that the media spends too much time spewing crap and pressing people to be like someone else instead of letting people be themselves.
That's something that seems to be getting under Kristen and Rob's skin a lot, though they try not to show it or be overly critical of it. Because, after all, their media attention has allowed them plenty of good experiences in their careers, but, just like with normal jobs, they do have things that they don't like, and just like the invasive, purvasive press, the media trying to pressure people to be like someone else seems off putting to them, and is off putting to me.
I mean, we shouldn't cast all of our aspirational views away, because we, as people, should see the good qualities in others and aspire to equal that. But at the same time, we shouldn't be busting our butts and (some cases literally) killing ourselves to be like others. It takes away the uniquness that we as individuals have, tests our self-esteem, and is BORING!
The media should use the good that celebs and film stars and musicians do to build up our self-esteem and illustrate good qualities that we should strive for, not to look or act like them because of the media's own bullcrap standards. We're told that "aww, look at Kristen and Rob, more people should be EXACTLY like them." Oh yeah? Well, a lot of the media wolves are just money hungry people with superiority complexes and are also pretty freakin' stupid a lot of the time, too! Should we adopt all their standards? I think not.
We should look at the good qualities of people like Kristen and Rob, and at the same time not emulate what they do to the point where we lose ourselves.
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