My last statement shows that I'm human, just like everyone else and may turn some people off, but it's okay, because I'm being true to myself. We have to learn to stop putting people on pedestals. We all have problems, we all have issues that need to be addressed. I tell my mentee's and coaching students all the time to simply take what they need from my teachings and whatever they don't like or agree with to simply discard. Don't just accept something if you don't agree with it. Challenge people, be selective with what you allow your brain to ingest and stop putting so much of your heart and soul into people's exterior. I will never claim to be perfect and I'm continually learning and that's what life is about. So don't invest to much time and energy in idolizing those that shine or look so well put together, because they're human. Some of us have this polished thing down to a science. Who goes to a photo shoot looking like what they been through. Not I, If I'm going to a photo shoot, I'm going to look beat to the God's (beautiful) and slayed from head to toe. If I'm giving a speech I'm not going to engulf the audience with my trials, but how I got over them. So when people give you a dose of their everyday attitude or reality, don't be disappointed. Most people never claim to be perfect, we just assume they are, because they're always shining like a diamond when the doors open and the lights are flashing.
Live, laugh and love