Season 5 of Queer Eye – a road map to Self-Care

Season 5 of Queer Eye

The Fab Five are back with its Season 5, a big bunch of 10 brand new episodes of Queer Eye.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – MAY 16: (L-R) Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, and Bobby Berk attend the Netflix FYSEE “Queer Eye” panel and reception at Raleigh Studios on May 16, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Netflix)

Well, in today’s world, people keep moving with their lives. A very few closed ones apart from you will actually care about you. Self-care comes into picture when you are unable to deal with something in life. All the seasons of Queer Eye wants us to give more importance to self-care and Season 5 is no different.

Self-care is a series of self-initiatives in a day to improve your physical and mental health. It makes you and people around you happy. However, we hardly see people actually implementing it. Most of them worry about work, or personal matters or worry about people who don’t create a positive space around us. They worry about the future, about the past and about the present which is why they don’t get time to practice self-care. Even if people do, they do it only on weekends or maybe just Sundays.

Queer Eye series explains as to how we can weave in self-care in our daily routine too. It reveals finest secrets to self-care. One of the dialogues in season 5 is “The expectations that you on hold on to, causes burden in your life”. This is true in almost each moment of our lives. We keep thinking continuously at the back of our brain about things that don’t require our attention at all. It is very hard for us to let go those mistakes we did in our past. Queer Eye 5 tells us that self-care conquers ALL!

You might need to keep a box of tissue next to you while you see Queer Eye season 5. On it’s trailer posted on Instagram, fans commented, “In my city!! Can’t wait, this show brings me so much happiness” Well, this time Queer Eye has taken over Philadelphia and thus the scenes are from in and around the city. Before that Queer Eye had 2 seasons in Georgia while 2 other were in Missouri. And yes, this season consists of 10 episodes i.e. their biggest season yet.

Queer Eye also tell us that we are wholly and solely depended on ourselves when it comes to being happy. People how much ever close, are going to hurt you in some or the other manner while we do the same. It is important to know that we are on our known, it might not feel good however Queer Eye makes it comparatively easier to grasp that fact in our lives.

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