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AUTHOR: eva // FECHA: 09/9/17 // COMENTARIOS: Comments Off on #StillAGirl

Kaya has launched the campaign #StillAGirl in social networks for help to stop child marriage in the EEUU.

Teen Vogue has wrote a story about it.

This Teen Launched a Campaign to End Child Marriage in the U.S.

Fifteen-year-old Kaya Callahan started the #StillAGirl campaign to help urge lawmakers to end child marriage in the United States.

Wedlocked is a Teen Vogue series about child marriage in the United States that examines the history of the practice and its modern reality, as all 50 states have laws with provisions that that allow people under 18 to marry. In this op-ed, 15-year-old Kaya Callahan explains why she’s writing her governor about the practice.

Child marriage is happening in the United States. Some may assume that in the U.S., the minimum age to be married is 18 years old — but it’s actually possible to marry at a younger age in all states, as they all have exemptions to the laws that make it possible. Twenty-five states allow marriage with no age floor, meaning the consent of a parent or judge (or both) can theoretically allow the marriage of a child of any age.

Statistics compiled by PBS’s Frontline show that at least 207,468 minors were married in the U.S. between 2000 and 2015 across 44 states. The majority of minors who were married were girls; only 13% were boys. According to Frontline’s data — which the program admits does not include every single child marriage in the U.S. — the youngest children to marry were three 10-year-old girls in Tennessee, who were married to men who were 24, 25, and 31, and the youngest groom was 11 years old and married a 26-year-old woman. Thirteen-year-olds were given the OK to marry in 14 states, according to the data, including the state I was born in: New Jersey.

I was outraged when I found out that this May, New Jersey governor Chris Christie vetoed a bill raising the minimum marriage age to 18 in N.J. As a 15-year-old girl, the thought that others my age and younger could have their choices for the future stripped away was shocking. This is not A Walk to Remember, a movie in which two teens get married because the one has cancer and it’s her dying wish. The reality of child marriage in America is much darker: It results in divorce rates of nearly 70% and high-school-dropout rates as high as 50%; dropping out of high school leads to a greater likelihood of future poverty.

To right this wrong, I’m starting #StillAGirl, a write-in and social media campaign urging Christie to support legislation that bans marriage for all of those under 18. It’s a call to all teens and their parents to join me in taking a stand to protect our own and establish positive change. We cannot stay silent.

Below, you’ll find a copy of the letter I’ve written my lawmaker, and I invite you to join me in writing your own. To find out whether your state is one of the 25 states that have no age floor, go to my website for more information and a sample letter that you can easily copy, paste, and send to your state legislator.

Dear Governor Chris Christie,

I am a 15-year-old New Jersey native, and I recently became aware that there are thousands of child marriages happening in our state. I know that you are more than aware because you vetoed a bill in May that would protect these minors from forced marriages.

In these marriages, the majority of which involve a minor girl and an older man, the child is powerless to make choices and decisions that would affect her future and protect herself. At 15, a young woman my age in New Jersey is too young to drive or have a driver’s license. Because of her age, she can work only limited hours to make money for herself. If she were to try to remove herself from the situation, it would be very hard for her to hire a divorce attorney, rent an apartment, or enter a shelter for abused women, even though child marriage puts young people at greater risk for domestic violence. An op-ed in The Washington Post states, “Most domestic-violence shelters do not accept minors and youth shelters typically notify parents that their children are there.”

You recently vetoed a piece of legislation that would protect children my age and younger because, in your words, “The bill…does not comport with the sensibilities, and in some cases, the religious customs, of the people of this State.” Raising the marriage age to 18 “without exceptions would violate the cultures and traditions of some communities in New Jersey based off of religious traditions,” you said.

I understand your desire to be sensitive to the customs, cultures, and religious beliefs of the people of the state, especially because New Jersey was recently identified as one of the 10 most diverse states in America. But this is not about religion — and even if it were, to protect a few, you have exposed many.

I don’t know if you’re among those who believe these marriages are most often cases of minors marrying other minors, but that is not the majority. In the U.S., 86% of child-marriage cases involve adults marrying minors](apps.frontline.org/child-marriage-by-the-numbers), and what comes next is often a horrible reality.

[Studies have shown that] they have a higher risk of psychiatric disorders and are 31% more likely to end up in poverty. Most of the parents who sign over their children believe they are doing the right thing for different reasons, though some just don’t care. Just because it’s a belief or tradition doesn’t make it right.

There’s a solution that can change all this, and it starts with supporting legislation that makes the minimum marriageable age 18 with no exceptions. With education and awareness, women and girls are finding the courage to stand up and change old, broken systems, and you can support them by learning more about the issue through the Tahirih Justice Center, whose lawyers have helped draft recent legislation and are working on initiatives to eliminate marriage for those under 18 in all 50 states.

We have to do the right thing, even if it’s not popular. These vulnerable children of your state need your protection. Please be their champion.

Peacefully yours,

Kaya Callahan


If you are facing or fleeing a forced marriage or know someone who is, contact the Tahirih Justice Center’s Forced Marriage Initiative to get help at fmi@tahirih.org. Visit preventforcedmarriage.org to find out more.

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AUTHOR: eva // FECHA: 08/28/17 // COMENTARIOS: Comments Off on Eva dishes on Heartbreak, Forgiveness and Growth for Bahai Teachings

People come into our lives for a reason bringing something we must learn and we are led to those who help us most grow, if we let them and we help them in return, well I don’t know if I believe that’s true, but I know I’m Who I am today because I knew you thank you.

You may not know that song I may have just sung, it unrecognizably apologize but it is a song from the Broadway show wicked and it’s sung as a duet between the good witch and the bad witch Elphaba because in this telling of the story the lines between good and bad are quite blurred and the rules are sometimes quite reversed and what I love about this song is that it’s about how we seemingly make these predestined soul contracts with people who come into and affect our lives by being a catalyst or a motivation for our change and our spiritual growth because not everyone is meant to stay in our lives and the heartbreak from their leaving can end up being the ultimate opportunity for transformational healing if we choose it and sort of a personality upgrade and also the acquiring of spiritual attributes that are born out of fighting our way back from emotional rock bottom.

Now we all know that there are two sides and two perspectives to every story and at some point or another we’re gonna end up being the bad guy in someone else’s story and I’m an adventurer to say that most people don’t set out to be the bad guy nor do they perceive themselves to be the bad guy so the spiritual attributes of empathy and forgiveness are key now the long the short of my story is that three years ago my eight-year run as an actress on CSI Miami, ended and not long after my marriage.

Now I feel like heartbreak has a universality to it because everyone has or will go through it or experience it in one way or another and for me it was an aching crippling grief and that panic induced regret for the things that I did do or I didn’t do her I should have done and it left me feeling like a gutted shell of myself somebody I didn’t even recognize anymore.

And I wish I could say that I saw it coming but I would have had to be open and aware for that and I wasn’t so I allowed myself to willingly wallow in all of those you know go to feelings of blame and victimization and rage and shame and obsession and regret and remorse and unforgiveness. Any of those sound familiar anyone just guessing I’m not alone and that of course followed by what seemed like months in the same sweats and like countless pints of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, none of which made me feel any better but I do think it was important for me to allow myself to feel all of those feelings because to selectively feel is
to selectively love and to selectively feel is to selectively forgive.

I also knew that if I allowed all of this mistrust and these negative feelings to rule me if this was the lens with which I viewed the world I wouldn’t be viewing the world as it is for all of its blessings and possibility and love and magic I would be viewing it as I was through this terribly stained glass, so when the going got tough I did what any rational person would do and I started praying like a maniac for the outcome that I wanted, but God was a tough parent and it was more like the universal law of tough love than the law of attraction and it took me a while to realize that life is not about having my immediate wishlist met because how would I change and grow and evolve and I came across this quote by the Dalai Lama that I would only lose if I lost the lesson okay so this was like a glimmer of hope I felt like okay I’m determined not to lose if I have to endure the seemingly endless heartbreak then by gum I’m gonna make transformational heartbreak, so I knew I was gonna have to instead of staying defensive I was going to need to get humble I was going to need to get vulnerable for this kind of work because heartbreak and the despair and the depression that come from it are not character flaws, they’re not weaknesses, the real weakness comes from the fear it’s the fear of looking at our suffering authentically and dealing with it wisely. So I knew I needed to take accountability and I was gonna have to start asking myself the tough important questions which were what is the meaning of this pain and what does it reveal to me and what steps did I need to take to start healing on a deeper level and when I started to open up instead of staying crouched in my, you know Ben and Jerry’s covered couch. I started being taught what to do next. Information and teachers started pouring into my life. That helped to guide me forward and baha’u’llah said “I have ordained for thy training every atom in existence and the essence of all created things” like for me I was like:

OMG the so we’re living in an earth that is like a human growth lab 101 because if I just started to listen with spiritual ears and be aware and observe I would be shown the way, and the way out of this pain there’s a fantastic photo that you may have seen circulating around the internet lately. I love this because to me it means that if our hands are full of what we think we need, and what we think is so important to us, then we don’t have hands-free for the greater gifts that God has waiting for us when we’re stripped away of these things that, yes they have real emotional value but they no longer serve our growth or our spiritual purpose. Then we have hands and arms free to receive the greater miracles that are born out of trials and tests. This is a shorter version by Abdul-Bahá. I will give you the longer version of this quote: “Tests are a means by which a soul is measured as to its fitness God knows its fitness before hand and also its unpreparedness but man with an ego would not believe himself unfit and less proof were given him otherwise. I love that and it is proven to him when he falls into tests and then the tests are continued until the soul realizes its own unfitness and then remorse and regret tend to root out the weakness. The same test comes again in greater degree until it is shown that a former weakness becomes a strength”.

I don’t know about you, but that scared me straight. I mean, literally. I was it was sanded like a divine attitude adjustment to me and I was determined to get to the bottom of my own character revision to try to avoid in any possible way the revisiting of these same kinds of tests, so it took a lot of work. I’m not gonna lie and commitment by through big epiphanies and beautiful breakthroughs and the sloughing off of layers and layers of self-limiting beliefs and patterns that I had that had been holding me back for so long and for so many years. I was able to truly connect to my spirit and to God again and the happy ending in the middle of my story is that through that connection to God and my spirit. I was also able to find authentic joy and peace, finally,and that in turn connected me to renewed passion. New purpose, new work, new love, and none of that would have been possible.

It couldn’t have even been possible if I hadn’t been stripped away of all the things I thought I needed now. Forgiveness played a pivotal role for me. I think that it’s easy to forget that forgiveness helps us sometimes more than it helps the people that we forgive.

A dear friend of mine used to always say unforgiveness is like taking poison and waiting for the other person to die, and that’s so true. For me forgiveness was the key to freedom because it was the true letting go of the past, so that I could live in and appreciate the present without contamination and constantly consciously choosing a new way of being and a new way of thinking.

Was like Dee fuzzing for me. It was taking old feelings off of new events, so that I could enter into new relationships feeling worthy and with an illumined. So I’m gonna ask you to do a little exercise with me. Normally this is a meditation, but you can do it with your eyes opened. And it’s a forgiveness meditation, so ask your heart right now to bring to mind someone that you still have a hard time forgiving and imagine them here with you and see them as this person that you made a soul contract with not as the human that they are with all their foibles and flaws and imperfections. But try to see them through God’s eyes and say to them now in your mind. I forgive you for all the things that you’ve done consciously or unconsciously to hurt offend or harm me in any way and allow that to land and now I want you to say please forgive me for anything I’ve done in retaliation or otherwise to hurt or harm or offend you consciously or unconsciously and allow that to land and then the bigger one allow yourself forgiveness and empathy. Take a moment to forgive yourself for all the things you are ashamed of ways that you behave that you’re not proud of not being compassionate or empathic to yourself all the way is consciously or unconsciously we’re cruel to ourselves for all the anger or rage or blame. Forgive yourself. And now hug this person and thank them for the gifts and send them on their way a forgiveness. Is rarely linear there are many levels to it and many times we have to do this exercise again and again but it is truly a tool and a key to breaking your spirit free to shine again.

AUTHOR: eva // FECHA: 08/25/17 // COMENTARIOS: Comments Off on Eva interview for In Magazin Croatia

We uploaded to our Vimeo channel the interview that Eva did during her stay in Croatia for In Magazine discussing her stay in the balcanic country.

You can watch it anytime in the link displayed bellow.

AUTHOR: eva // FECHA: 08/22/17 // COMENTARIOS: Comments Off on Eva LaRue Official Fansite turns 6 years online

Today is the big day! On 08/22/11 I decided to open this fansite about Eva.

It wasn’t easy because I was newbie on the fansite world and I was afraid of the things bad.

I created the site and I received the approval of Eva herself to become her official fansite, I was really shocking because totally unexpected.

A months creating it I decided to move to a better host than webs.com but it was one of the worse things I ever did. The site was hacked and the host didn’t help me to recover so I had to start everything. I started with this host and since then I couldn’t be happier.

In 6 years I met incredible people who helped me and made this even better.

I want to thank Eva herself for all her love, her time for answer on the social networks and for supporting and trusting us since the first day.

I want to thank Layla for help me with the social networks and the site before having her baby. You’ll always be welcome back.

Thanks to Veronica for being so helpful, sweet and important in my life.

Thanks to Emily for the hardwork you put managing our Instagram account.

Thanks to Lara LaRue for being so supportive. Thank you for your love to the site.

Thanks to Jojo & Dani, my girls, for being there always.

And lastly but no less important thanks to each and everyone of the persons who always interact with us in our Facebook, Instagram & Twitter.

I hope those are the first 6 years of many more. I love you guys.❤

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Eva shared a new video to her YouTube channel.

The video is from her 1 day trip to Paris after her stay in Croatia.

Watch now the video in the link bellow.


Star “CSI: Miami” Eva LaRue has been in Croatia for a week, and after Zadar, Split, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik were also visited.

Director of the National Museum of Zadar, Renata Peroš, welcomed a famous actress in the Palace of Knights, where curator Rebecca’s colleague Nataša Bošnjaković performed through the exhibition “Marc Chagall: On the other side”. During the visit to the permanent exhibition on the first floor of the Rector’s Palace, “Six Salon Stories” did not hide their enthusiasm with rich Zadar history as well as with the performance of the klapa Kožino.

In addition to the Rector’s Palace, the Museum of Antique Glass was also screened in the glass beadwork, which he particularly enjoyed.

In March, Eva became ambassador of the new Croatian brand of the Group of Unique Luxury Hotels at HGK – Stories, Croatian Unique Hotels, including the Zadar Hotel Bastion where the actress is staying.

– My daughter Kaya and I are excited to have a chance to experience the wonderful Croatian cities, tastes, culture and coast! We will delight in top accommodation and hospitality of beautiful and unique Stories hotels as well as their personalized services. Follow our adventures in Croatia on my Instagram profile and on the profile of the brand Stories, Eva highlighted.

Original text wrote in Croatian.

Related links

Miscellaneous Photos > Facebook > Rector’s Palace/Kneževa palača – Zadar, Croatia – Facebook


We can throw the fireworks!

Eva has opened her official Facebook page to all her fans and to celebrate it she did a facebook live from Croatia.

Make sure you follow her there!

An American actress arrived in a two-week visit to Croatia. Stay in luxurious Stories hotels, your impressions and experiences will be revealed on your very own blog.
The CSI Miami Eva LaRue star has been staying in Croatia for the sake of being the ambassador of the home within the Group of Unique Luxury Hotels at HGK – Stories, Croatian Unique Hotels, enjoying unique Stories hotels across the coast.

About the experiences and impressions during our two-week stay at Our Beautiful, the actress will write on her very closely watched travel blog.

The American star is currently staying in Hvar, where he talked, among other things, about the city’s charms and interesting things in the company of Mayor Rikard Novak.

During the walk through Hvar’s streets, Eva met with our well-known footballer Slaven Bilić , currently coach of the English Premier League, West Ham United.

Read more about staying a famous actress in Croatia in an exclusive reportage brought by Gloria magazine’s next issue of the magazine.


Miscellaneous Photos > Other Websites > Gloria Magazine Croatia by Saša Burić


First thing, I want to apologize for don’t update the main site and use Tumblr instead as main blog.

I lost everything due to my computer completely breaking and I’m updating from my phone, luckily , my friend could help me out today to reset my password to access here.

Since a couple days ago Eva is back in Croatia with Kaya. She’s visiting amazing places and today she has been teasing us with some incredible videos and some of them are for a new photoshoot.

We posted all the videos in our Twitter

You can catch her adventures in Croatia by following her at Instagram and also Stories Hotels’Instagram

We will upload the videos to our Vimeo channel too so keep an eye out.


As you already know Eva and the full cast of AMC was in Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family for the AMC reunion co hosted by Susan Lucci.


Screen Captures > TV Shows > Home & Family AMC Reunion w- Co-host Susan Lucci (Interviews)

Screen Captures > TV Shows > Home & Family AMC Reunion w- Co-host Susan Lucci (Segments)