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I love how your mom is. I hope I can be that good with my children. The way she treated the Brooke incident was genius. After reading, I kinda made a promise to myself to be that clear and honest to my own. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2011 on Paris' Blog On The Season Finale at Paris Hilton
You have many gifts.. But the one I admire the most ( and the one your image tries to negate) is your brain. Take care of that. Because, in the long run, it will be your most important asset. You have reached a milestone., but the 30's are a tough age. Those successful in their 30's, usually spend the rest of their lives, trying to duplicate their early successes, proving they aren't ready to be swept into the dustbin of history.. Those who struggle in their 30's, usually master their 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's, and remain a force with which to be reckoned..... One's thirties are tough; they are a time in which those with more power, will try to use your youth and energy for their own ends, thinking they've snowed you and that you are too young to know their aims. Most of us, by the time we reach our 40's, sort of figure out how it all works.. So if I were to give advice, (rare) it would probably be this: that when these huge crises do occur in your life, don't worry too much. They most often are sent to fill in some blanks we have in our personalities, that will fill us out for a challenge we will face later on in life. a trait without which..... we would fall short. I have always admired how you bounce back. You always seem to be able to turn something devastatingly tragic, into something that brings more good into the world.... Because of that, I would say that If you are wondering what your show needs, or looking for a" hook" to make it better, my advice would be to "keep the show real"... If historians can look back over this Oxygen network show and say "this was the 'real" Paris".... it will have meant something.... no matter what happens. And that, is the true secret of life: if over the long, or short haul of years we put upon this rock ... to have actually meant something to one, two, three, or even millions of people..... means our life upon this planet, ... was def.... all worth while.... :)
Toggle Commented Jul 1, 2011 on The Blog According To Paris at Paris Hilton
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