Being a kid, by the time I was three years old, my mom was married, divorced and had three kids; she was 19 - so, my brother's just older than my mom.— Diamond Dallas Page
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I want people to retake ownership of their lives.
I don't want people with perfect bodies. I want people who are striving to get more fit and feel great. That's what America needs. A lot of American's have lost hope, and I am trying to inspire it back into people.
You gotta surround yourself with positive people, people who care.
Wrestling is realer than reality TV.
People often think that they are eating really healthy when all the food they are eating is genetically modified. So nothing genetically modified, only real food, grains, brown rice.
I don't quit. If someone quits on me, that's on them, but I'm not going to quit, especially if I say I'm gonna do something.
People are the story they tell themselves.
I don't really remember much before was eight, but I do remember that my dad brought me to drop me off at my grandmother's house, and he was a very emotional guy, but that was the first time I really saw him cry, cos I knew it killed him to have to give me up, but he knew I needed some family structure. That was the last time I'd see him or talk to him when he was sober for the next 10 years.
I hate reality TV, because it's so bullshit.
It's like crazy how many different kinds of yoga there are.
And now that they have it for surfers and for this one and for that one.
I always think anything is possible.
My mom moved up north to make more money to support the family, and I was left with my dad and I was just bounced around from one family to another.
Anything's possible. I am the proof.
Once I got done with my career, I knew in my soul that I don't have any negative thoughts about myself. I just don't because I know you say you can and you say can't, you are right. I try to keep my mind full of really positive stuff.
I help people own their lives.
I'm not looking to do anything for rehab as far as addicts, because that's not really what I do.
In yoga you reach your arms to the heavens and the universe smiles back at you.
Nobody believes in me more than me.
When you're serious addict, you tend to lie a lot.
Work ethic = dreams! That to me is that no one gets a free ride.
You have to work for it and it doesn't get handed to you.
More than anything, for me, is how people really still do care about you.