Well, we all know that self-esteem comes from what you think of you, not what other people think of you.
People always want to ask me about my drug problem - I never had a drug problem; I had a self-esteem problem!
That's why you find a lot of entertainers are insecure, because it's the perfect camouflage for insecurity.
There's nothing to compare to live music, there just isn't anything.
I had a fear of being alone.
I had cars, houses, jewels, furs, and a husband who loved me, and a career I was happy with. But I found fulfillment in my relationship with Christ.
I think I sound like Barry White.
One of the high points of my career was winning the Grammy for 'I Will Survive.'
A chic guy is in a suit. I don't care what kind of tie they wear. I don't care if they even wear a tie, as long as they can carry a suit.
God allows circumstances to build us up. God has got our back.
People are intimidated when they first meet me, but it doesn't take them long to realise I'm just an average person.
Christ does not fulfill the human element, but he certainly fulfills every other need in your life. As far as I'm concerned, there's no better love affair.
I will always try to share my faith with any person who is willing to listen. When I feel a wall go up, we can talk about something else... and I will pray for you.
Well, I went through some emotionally abusive relationships and allowed myself to not be properly respected as a lady, as a human being even, though I tried everything I knew to be a lady.
All through my young life I wanted to sing, although nobody in my family knew it.
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