'Adapt and overcome' is my new motto.
You can't take good health for granted.
Kelly has a rather bad habit of interrupting.
For a while I was suicidal and I tried to kill myself. I think I should have died about four times.
There's people outside our house; you get followed by photographers; you can't go out and have a cup of coffee with a friend without someone coming up to you.
When I got diagnosed, the more research I did about it - MS overall, as a subject, as a disease - there's a lot of misconceptions and there's a lot of unknowns about it, and there wasn't anyone out that was close to my age or close to anything like me out there.
I took a bottle of pills. I'd been in Europe and I had a lot of absinthe and I was just drinking and drinking, trying to, you know, just shut my body down.
As long as I know my head's in the right place, my feet are on the ground, I think I'll be fine.
I didn't get at first put into a rehab facility; I got put in a adolescent psychiatric unit for my detox.
I've been drinking and using since I was 13.
The strange thing is, no matter what, when you become some kind of public figure, you have your go-to answers for all scenarios and instances.
I don't want to come off like the jealous brother who wasn't getting the attention, but it was like no one was really into me anyway. I wasn't really a priority.
I'd read things, like people criticizing me. But no one likes to read stuff about that, and probably the main thing that was getting to me was me mum's illness.
Dad was just an emotional wreck. He was drinking a lot of the time, he was smoking a lot of pot. And because he takes certain medications, the drinking was making him... you know, he wasn't even present, really.
I had my group of friends, you know, like my real group of friends, and then I had, like, party friends.
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