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Everything Sucks! ((FREE))

Journalism today is still executed largely like the journalism of yesterday, from tone to format to process. News is defined by conflict, stories boiled down to two warring sides, presented by a distant, omniscient narrator in order of most important to least important information. The approach basically ends up telling readers: Everything sucks. Good luck to you.

Everything Sucks!

Well, this news sucks for fans of quality teen shows. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has canceled Everything Sucks. The '90s set teen drama has become the latest streaming show to be axed by Netflix after a single season, but unlike Disjointed, The Gypsy, or Girlboss, Everything Sucks! was notable for its positive representation of a young lesbian's coming out journey. This makes the loss of the show a major one for its small, but loyal fanbase.

How else could you describe the youth experience in the 90s other than to say that everything sucks? The glorious excess of the 80s is wearing off, late night talk show hosts are teaching us how to be cynical and carry a sense of ironic detachment, Kurt Cobain is dead, and you have to rewind the damn tapes yourself.

Hey, it's Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business and life you love. And this is Q&A Tuesday. And today's question, it comes from a girl named Alicia and she writes, "Hey Marie, a struggle I keep coming up against is what do you do when every option in front of you totally sucks? You're weighing multiple options, but each and every one has some major downsides. So rather than choosing and acting on an option, you find yourself staying stuck in an action and beating yourself up for not moving forward. How do you suggest someone makes decisions when each and every option you see sucks some major-?"

Alicia, great question. At some point in life, most of us have found ourselves in a situation where we're upset and we're frustrated and we look around and everything just seems to be crap. I'm sure everyone in the audience can relate, but, and this is a big but, which I like. This question is the perfect reminder for us all to give ourselves a spiritual smack down.

The truth is this. In any given moment, you can choose to see what's right about a situation or what's wrong about a situation. And either way, you're going to find evidence to support what you're looking for. When you're in a negative state of mind and you believe that every option sucks, it's nearly impossible to find your strength and your clarity and move ahead. Here's the deal, Alicia, and yes, it's a tweetable.

This morning, as I was walking home from going a little overboard at the store, a massive rainstorm hit. Literally there was a dark cloud hovering over me, and it wasn't just a bad mood, it was a massive shower. As the brown paper bags completely fell apart, and more than $100.00 of food spilled all over the sidewalk, I thought "Sh%*! This sucks." What a way to start my day.

Staying stuck in this bad mood would have been a lot easier, but I had too much to risk. I had an important call and loads of clients to see, so a dark cloud over my day wouldn't just affect my mood but those around me would surely feel it too. A kind man saw me struggling and gave me a plastic bag, which helped me salvage most of the items. As walked home carrying my garbage bag of goods like Santa Claus, I said to myself "This sucks but I am so grateful for that guy."

I had one of those weeks, everything was breaking down in my life and I just found out that my health insurance company is going out of insurance. Then there was something that happened at home that really upset me. I am fighting the battle to stop sinking into a deep depression. I read this blog and it made sense. I'm still depressed, but it's not like it wa before this. 041b061a72


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