06.08.13 Wellness

SARAH DEANNA: BREAKING THE CYCLE

BY The Conversation Team

Sarah DeAnna

This week we had the pleasure of sitting down with the author and supermodel, Sarah DeAnna. We had a wonderful discussion where Sarah talked about:

– What traits she has inherited from her mother.

– What Sarah taught herself to do at the young age of four.

– How she escaped a destructive cycle.

– Find out what Sarah thinks is her biggest vice.

Here’s what we want to hear from you…

1. Have you counted your blessings lately? Tell us what you’re thankful for.

2. What similarities do you see between you and your mom?

3. Have you had to overcome a bad situation?

4. What did you find most surprising about Sarah?

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Comments

  • KiKi

    I look forward to your conversations every week. I get so inspired and learn so much from the people you interview. I wish they were at least a half hour long.

  • Brooke Melikidse

    OMG I just heard Sarah speak at the Hay House World Summit. I was so surprised how soft spoken and down to earth she was. I really loved her message. Sarah is such a beautiful model. I saw her in San Jose at another Hay House talk. (Small world!) You might think she would be stuck up because she is so pretty, but she is just a cool girl with an awesome message. A reminder to never judge a book by its cover.

  • olithee

    How to communicate strong knowledge in 5 minutes time, you are nothing but brilliant dolls !

    1. Have you counted your blessings lately? Tell us what you’re thankful for.
    To be living. To be walking, running, thinking, speaking, feeling is a blessing of everyday. Every morning when I wake up, not a day without, I have a tought for people fighting for the peace of their mind. Straight after comes my BF, for what we have and keep building. Precious

    2. What similarities do you see between you and your mom? I have to take time to think, right now nothing comes to my mind.

    3. Have you had to overcome a bad situation? Tomorrow June 12 will be 7 years. Severe pulmonary embolism with 70% of not making my first night in ICU.

    4. What did you find most surprising about Sarah? Honestly I did not know her before, she is the perfect example of a ‘do not judge through looks’, she seems at first sight wasted by life, I did not expect such lifestory. Definetely proving that despite the number of closed doors in our lives, there are keys to open them.

  • Rebecka Hjorth

    Wow! Sarah must have been (and still is) a really strong girl/woman. To not have someone who supports you all the way is really hard. And I think it’s very encouraging to hear that she almost had to raise herself, but today she is a supermodel! I’m in ninth grade now, and I will start high school soon. It is not easy to deside what to do with the rest of your life in this age. Without my parents support I would have been all lost. But Sarah just proved that you can do anything as long as you believe in yourself and keep hanging on! Thank you so much Sarah and Amanda!

  • Sadie Dark

    I really would loved to have heard more about Sarah and what she had to say.

  • Chelli Herrera

    Sarah’s vulnerability and willingness to share was really, really beautiful and touching. I wanted to give her a big hug and say, I get it. I think most women have an “against all odds” story – so I empathize deeply with her. Interesting how many of us are better people in spite of our parents rather than because of…break the cycle…yes. Love that.

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