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John Cena and Nikki Bella Share Cryptic Messages Ahead of Their Canceled Wedding Date

Are John Cena and Nikki Bella trying to tell the world something?

Although Cena, 41, and Bella, 34, were originally set to say “I do” on May 5, that all changed three weeks ago when the pair announced they had decided to call off the engagement.

Seemingly acknowledging the heartbreaking significance of the day, Cena wrote that it was important to “keep moving,” even when life seems to throw misfortunes across your path.

“If you choose to keep moving, no matter how low the road takes you, it will eventually begin to climb back up. #NeverGiveUp,” he wrote on social media.

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Just one day earlier, Cena and Bella also appeared to acknowledge the importance of May 5, when they both shared cryptic messages on Instagram.

While the Total Bellas star posted an image of a quote which read “Chin up princess or the crown slips,” Cena opted to share a close-up image of Day Zero, a book by Kresley Cole about the apocalypse.

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While discussing the pair’s split, Cena admitted that he missed his ex.

“Nicole knows I love her and I miss her, but that is what it is. And I’m still here, still going — and I choose to go,” Cena told E! News last month.

“When you love somebody, it stings,” he added. “That’s why musicians write about it. That’s why poets write about it.”

RELATED: Nikki Bella ‘Heartbroken’ Over John Cena Split: ‘He Never Should’ve Proposed,’ Source Says

A source previously told PEOPLE that the couple had clashed over Bella’s desire to tie the knot in the first place and eventually have children.

“He never should’ve proposed, let alone in front of millions of people. Now she’s heartbroken,” the source said. “This was supposed to be the happiest time of her life. He ruined it and blew everything up.”

Cena proposed to Bella on live TV during WrestleMania 33 in April 2017.

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N.J. Substitute Middle School Teacher Accused of Sexually Assaulting Student and Sending Him Explicit Messages: Reports

A New Jersey substitute middle school teacher is accused of sexually assaulting a male student in addition to allegedly sending him sexually explicit messages online, the Associated Press, CBS News and report.

Nataly Lopez, 27, has been charged with first-degree aggravated sexual assault, second-degree sexual assault and third-degree endangering the welfare of a child, the Union County, New Jersey, Sheriff’s Office said in a statement obtained by CBS News.

She allegedly had sex with the student in her car at least twice and exchanged messages with him for weeks, according to the AP.

Lopez taught in Elizabeth, New Jersey, but was not an employee of the school district there, according to these reports. Instead she worked for Source4Teachers, a third-party company that staffed substitute teachers for the district.

The age of the student involved has not been released. Law enforcement could not immediately be reached for comment on Monday.

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CBS News reports that Lopez was arrested without incident at her home on Thursday afternoon and is being held in the Union County Jail.

In a statement, according to, Elizabeth Schools Superintendent Olga Hugelmeyer said the district banned Lopez from entering its schools as soon as they became aware of the allegations against her.

“Law enforcement and social service agencies were notified, as was the substitute’s employer,” Hugelmeyer said. Source4Teachers said in its own statement that Lopez had been blocked from working with client school districts until police have finished investigating.

Lopez underwent both state and federal background checks as part of her employment, the company said, according to Her “background checks … showed no previous history of any illegal or inappropriate action,” the company said.

Lopez pleaded not guilty to her charges on Friday. She remains in custody and a detention hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, according to court officials.

It is unclear if she has retained an attorney who could comment on her behalf.

The school district did not immediately return a message seeking comment and a Source4Teachers spokesman was unavailable for comment on Monday.

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Celebrities Send Love To London With Touching Social Media Messages

Two weeks after the horrible terror attack in Manchester, the United Kingdom was struck with violence once again.

On Saturday, a vehicle plowed into a crowd of pedestrians on London Bridge and stabbings occurred at Borough Market nearby. At least seven people have died as a result of the incidents and 48 others were hospitalized. 

The attacks took place one day before a scheduled benefit concert by stars like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry in support of the victims of the Manchester Arena attack.

Upon hearing the news from London, Grande reacted by sending prayers to those affected. Others, such as Liam Gallagher, Fifth Harmony, Luke Evans and more also responded with love and hopeful messages. 

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Viral Post Highlights The Body Image Messages Girls Get From Their Moms

A Missouri mom’s Facebook post is highlighting the way mothers can have an impact on their daughters’ relationships with body image.

On May 8, Brittney Johnson posted a photo of herself trying on a swimsuit in a Target fitting room with her 4-year-old daughter Payton. 

In the caption, Johnson described the day she spent with her daughter, noting that Payton chatted with a barista at Starbucks, made sure to say “please” and “thank you” at dinner, complimented a stranger’s’ hair, high-fived the attendant at a carousel she rode and even gave her two extra ride tokens to another little girl.

At the end of the day, Johnson and her daughter went to Target, where the mom picked out some swimsuits to try on. As she tried them on, she sent photos to her friends to help make choices. During this process, she snapped the photo she shared in her Facebook post. 

“See that sweet baby girl in the corner? With half a dress on and one of the bikini tops I had picked out?” Johnson wrote. “I stopped for a second to see what she would say and when she turned to the mirror, she said ‘Wow I just love cheetah print! I think I look beautiful! Do you think I look beautiful too?!’”

At that point, the mom said she realized the impact her words and actions have on her daughter. 

“I tell her that she is beautiful every single day,” Johnson wrote. “She is kind walking through the mall, because I tell her she is kind everywhere else. She is polite at the order counter because she hears me when I’m polite to strangers everywhere. She gives compliments to people she doesn’t know because she loves how it feels when she hears them.”

Applying this realization to parenting, she added. “When we are in a dressing room, with swimsuits of all God forsaken things, there is a split moment when I have the power to say ‘wow I have really gotten fat this year’ OR ‘wow I love this coral color on me!’ And those are the words burned into my daughters brain.”

Johnson called on her fellow parents to be examples for their kids when it comes to manners, kindness and body image. 

“I am not a size zero. I never will be. I have big thighs and a huge rump and for some reason the middle of my body gets more tan than the rest?” she wrote. “But this body made a whole other body. I am strong. I am able. And I am happy. I don’t have to be beautiful like you, because I am beautiful like me.”

She added, “And as my daughter gets older, and she faces judgement and criticism, I will always remind her that the girls who look the prettiest in a two piece, or a body suit, or a freaking Snuggie, are the ones who are happy. Because that’s ALL that matters. And I want her to look at herself every single day and say ‘Oh wow! I think I look beautiful!’ because EVERY girl deserves to feel that.”

Johnson’s post received over 227,000 likes. She told HuffPost she was touched by the overwhelming response and ability to connect with fellow parents. Many people reached out to say her post inspired them to stop saying negative things about themselves. 

“It has been such a great reminder that we are all on the same team, have the same fears and ultimately want the same thing for our children ― love,” she said.

“For every mean comment that I’ve received about my body, I’ve received at least a thousand positive comments, and I have to say that gives me a little more faith in humanity than when I started,” the mom added.

Johnson said she’s become a strong proponent of self-love. “I’m a mom but I am a lot of other things too. I’m a friend and a woman, and I think that sometimes going through the motions of being a momma drowns out the time to be all of the other things too,” she told HuffPost, adding that she thinks it’s particularly important to teach young girls to love others and themselves. 

“I hope people can read my post and then look at themselves and say, ‘Here I am, and I am beautiful just the way I am.’ I hope people take away from it that our kids should know self-love and will only learn it if we take the time to teach it to them,” Johnson said.

She added, “And no matter what kind of mom you are or what size, you are beautiful and have every right to feel like you are.”

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I have mixed feelings about what is surfacing on my Facebook feed this week. I don’t want to turn away from what is there, nor from what is absent. I understand that digital display doesn’t render emotion inauthentic; for many it is a vibrant, immediate, healthy mode of communication. Yet, I don’t trust myself to post any update that would not ring as tragically thin in the face of news that nine human beings have been gunned down in a Charleston church.

So I’m stepping back to write this, taking more time to consider all of the news items in recent memory and throughout history that have left me wishing I could move somewhere beyond speechlessly sad.

It is an ancient, timeless, present ache, this constant drumbeat of man’s inhumanity to man.

Sorrow everywhere. Slaughter everywhere. So begins Jack Gilbert’s poem “A Brief for the Defense”.

Yet another poet, Robert Frost, famously summed up everything he’d learned of life in three words: it goes on. Indeed, this too is true.

W.H. Auden noted how suffering, disaster and miracles always seem to take place with an audience too preoccupied to take notice. Be it the birth of Christ or Icarus’ fall from the sky, the old Masters teach us that the dogs go on with their doggy life and the torturer’s horse / Scratches its innocent behind on a tree.

But what of these poetic verities? We can look at them as mirrors or prompts, pushing us to question how we ourselves act along the way.

Certainly, to become paralyzed by the existence of terror, starvation and injustice is not the answer. But is is equally horrid to imagine moving blissfully through bad news with the belief that it doesn’t touch us. There are lies which must be unfolded. We as a country cannot cloak ourselves as warriors for freedom and equality elsewhere, without staying vigilant to ensure that our people — including the ones in uniform — honor the principles that underpin our democracy.

Evil cannot be eliminated, but it must be rooted out and brought to justice. When the United States stands naked before all of its citizens, we must not avert our eyes. Jon Stewart’s scathing indictment cast a spotlight. I wish more of our national figures had such courage. I wish more of our best leaders had such large audiences.

Anger can be constructive. Too much can be destructive. Energy is best pointed in the direction where it can make a lasting difference. Each of us will decide when to fight and how to heal. If you don’t know, ask someone you trust. Ask someone who is deeply good. If you don’t have a friend like that, make one, become one.

Through it all, don’t forget to seek beauty, kindness, delight. That verse by Jack Gilbert quoted above sends forth an affirming flame.

To make injustice the only
measure of our attention is to praise the Devil….
We must admit there will be music despite everything.

It ends with the image of a “we” gazing upon a sleeping island from a small ship in tiny port, one lone light burning, and concludes:

To hear the faint sound of oars in the silence as a rowboat
comes slowly out and then goes back is truly worth
all the years of sorrow that are to come.

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