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

  • SusanneNYC

    Sarah’s story is the closest to mine of all the interviews you’ve done. My parents marriage ended when I was 6, mostly due to my father’s alcoholism. Then when I was 13, my mother died from breast cancer and my father regained custody, which he shouldn’t have been granted. He would disappear for weeks at a time on drinking binges and my siblings and I had to raise ourselves. I quite school for a while but eventually went back because I wanted a diploma and graduated a year later than I should have. Age 14 was also my most difficult year as it was the first one without my mother and I struggled through it. I didn’t know who Sarah was before this interview, but I have enormous respect for her because of how hard it was for me to overcome what I went through growing up, I can understand what she has overcome as well.

    • Snezana

      I take my hat off to you! You are very brave, Susanne.

  • Cecile

    This is just what I needed to hear! As a 23 year old, I often criticize myself for being sensitive and emotional. Many times people see that as a weakness, including myself. At times I think I’m too naive..not strong or outspoken enough.. Sarah’s vulnerability was very empowering. Thank you for sharing this.

  • Yuriy

    She’s so cute!!! Very lovely and inspiring person 🙂 <3

  • Leemore

    “it’s never about you”… best advice when you try your very best to be a good person

  • P

    I have a GIGANTIC lump in my throat. Wow. What a brave, wonderful woman. Thank you Sarah, and thank you Amanda for creating The Conversation. I get so much out of your show. The only things that could make me love it more are the inclusion of women of different body types (why is everyone so extraordinarily thin? Why? Why?!!!!!!!!! I’m so sick of – and sad about – not seeing any other shape represented anywhere, seriously)… and Keri Russell, who seems so thoughtful I reckon she’d be a great interview subject.
    🙂

  • Crystal

    loved this interview. i really hope the best for her. best/most interesting answer to the sex question!

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