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“I just felt so uncomfortable in my skin for all those years.”
“My first breakthrough was when I realized it wasn’t my fault.”
“No matter what I did to try and fit in, my ethnicity was something I couldn’t detach from my identity.”
“I just kept thinking, ‘I’m so sick; I can’t do anything,’ and I didn’t want to be a burden."
“I wasn't living my life the way I wanted to live it. I was living my life the way I felt I deserved.”
“No matter what I did, my ethnicity was something I couldn’t detach from my identity.”
“I was 295 pounds and could barely tie my shoes, but I just didn’t quit.”
“I’ve never been more proud of myself than when I dropped out of university.”
“As a singer, you’re only as good as your last concert, even your last rehearsal.”
“My self-love improved 100 percent after coming out.”
“When I started my journey, I made a conscious decision to not care what people think.”
“I was always asking, ‘Am I womanly enough? Is this what I should be doing?’”
“Never go in thinking you’re inferior. That’s something I’m trying to work on.”
“I was so used to feeling that I didn’t look right.”