My name is Brooklyn Sherman. I was born and raised in Detroit and now happily reside in Los Angeles, California. I have always been a hopeless romantic who loves to talk about relationships. I fell in love for the first time when I was 16 years old and that relationship lasted for 6 years. It was my first love, and at such a young age feelings and emotions were overly heightened. I've always lived my life with passion, but this amount of passion nearly killed me. What followed was tremendous heartbreak and truly the beginning of my fascination into the psychology of love and relationships. I've fallen in love since then and have been in a few more serious relationships. Each one of them has taught me something new about myself and what I'm looking for in a partner. I believe different people awaken different beasts inside of you, so it's extremely important to find the person that will allow you to be the best version of yourself. I believe immature people falling in love destroy each other's freedom, create a bondage, make a prison. Mature persons in love help each other to be free, to destroy all sorts of bondages. And when love flows with freedom there is beauty.
I love being in love as much as I did when I was 16 years old. I always believe my next great love is right around the corner. I think we should always be in love. And not just with people, but with life.
I've always wanted to make my mark, and growing up I dreamed of becoming an actress. Maybe because I've always loved the idea of dressing up in costumes and getting to be someone else for a day. I've always had a wild imagination, but with age I've allowed myself to build on that rather than to be ashamed of it. I was obsessed with movies growing up, especially great love stories, and always envisioned that's what my life would be like. However, I think as much as I've always pictured this great love that would complete me, it's never been enough. In reality, I've always had this drive and this determination to propel myself forward. Sometimes I find that drive makes it impossible to have a calm existence, but I'm working on it.
Creating 'The Way We Met' has become my love for now and my sole focus. It has fulfilled me in so many ways and has truly been such a blessing. I have had the pleasure of getting to know so many amazing people from all over the world and hear their stories. Everyone's journey is so different and unique, but all with their own element of magic. I'm grateful to everyone I have met along the way who has inspired me, forced me to re-think what I thought I knew, and most importantly, reminded me to never give up on love. Thank you to all my followers who kindly tune in.