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Saturday 9: Self Esteem
1. How was your self esteem growing up?
I think I had an okay self-esteem in general. But in school it was like a barometer going high and low depending on who I was with. Even though I was one of the top students in my class, I was the smallest and pimply and my interests were deemed as weird by the cool kids. My high school days were pure torture but I learned to fought back in my Senior year. I got my redemption when I was in university.
2. Do you ever have a hard time with morals?
No, but I’m not perfect – very far from it – and I made mistakes, and continue to do so (hey, I’m just another human being). These mistakes and wrong turns make me who and what I am today. The important thing is I am learning from these mistakes and take them with me as I go through life.
3. Do you eat in bed? If yes, what?
Yes, a lot of times, especially when I’m reading a book or watching TV or DVD. Junk food’s the favourite – chips, popcorn, cookies, etc. 🙂 Sometimes when my husband is being sweet, he prepares and we have breakfast in bed 😀
4. What was the last movie you hated and why?
There is one movie that left me disappointed after watching it. Can’t remember it now though.
5. Have you ever felt that you lost it all? If yes, explain.
I haven’t been in that kind of situation yet.
6. Have you ever been stalked?
No, not that I’m aware of.
7. Do you believe in ‘self help’ for problems, or do you prefer therapy?
Whatever works. I could do both, really 🙂
8. What celebrity do you think should make a run for office?
I don’t think celebrities should run for office. I think people who are from the grassroots and who genuinely know and understand the issues and the plight of the people should be the one running for office.
9. Do you believe in happy endings? (We do. That why this is the last question!)
Of course! There is always a happy ending if we believe in it and work hard to achieve it. What I am saying is that life is what you make it, including the kind of ending you want for yourself.