To help yourself, you must be yourself. Be the best that you can be. When you make a mistake, learn from it, pick yourself up and move on.
When you please others in hopes of being accepted, you lose you self-worth in the process.
What distresses me at times is that I meet a lot of people in their 40's, 50's, 60's, who still say they're a victim of child abuse.
You can be a victim of cancer, or a survivor of cancer. It's a mindset.
My message has always been about resilience.
Ask yourself: was there anything I could have done to prevent the situation? If the answer is yes, do something now and become a better person for it.
If people have a basic understanding of right from wrong, possess a strong desire to better themselves and persist in there cause, they can break the chain of any negative environment.
'A Child Called It' was a story about resilience, it was never about boo hoo hoo, it was about a kid that didn't quit.
Something good comes out of every crisis.
I still love my former wife, I won't call her my ex-wife.
I had an attachment disorder.
The thing is, at the end of the day you still have to face yourself.
Whatever you do for the sole purpose of having others admire you, your efforts will most likely be in vain.
I really believe I'm no different from anyone else. I just had a few challenges I had to learn from at a very early age.
I became a war hero before going on to critical acclaim as a professional victim.
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