Criminals are constantly evolving to better themselves, to evade being caught by the law. Technology, for one, has given law enforcement a large boost, because of all the new ways to identify and investigate a crime scene, evidence, and surveillance. This road goes both ways, though, criminals are also able to take advantage of the technology just the same, and to use it to better their crime, and not be caught as easily because they understand the laws and the crime they're committing better. This can be applied to a multitude of crimes from white collar crime to a simply burglary, and because of this, law enforcement and criminals are in a constant battle trying to one-up each other in who is more advanced in their ways.
My childhood was wonderful; I loved laughing and adored the feeling of belonging to something. My life appeared perfect to me, and anyone who knew me would have thought the same, because I hadn't known hardship, I was unharmed, aside from a few scraps on the knee. Yes, there were downs, like my parents’ divorce when I was young and the complications that came with custody agreements, though I still viewed my life as perfect. I do remember the nights of my parents on the phone screaming at each other as I sat in the other room, unable to understand how I should react in such a situation, but even after those moments, I still lived my childhood with enjoyment, believing that that was the worst of it.
And all that I can do is try my best
Most people, at some point in their lives, will fall in love. They'll find someone that makes them feel something they've never felt before and that someone will almost always not work out once or twice.