I'm not very diplomatic and wear my heart on my sleeve.— Yolanda Hadid
The most cheerful Yolanda Hadid quotes that will activate your inner potential
Fake friends believe in rumors. Real friends believe in you.
I wasn't born with a silver spoon in Beverly Hills, but I was born with a great deal of self-worth.
Finding that financial independence away from a broken relationship is probably one of the most powerful places a woman can get to.
I do have my insecurities, but I feel good in my skin, and my heart is full of love.
Having lost my own father at such a young age, I have a soft spot for dads in general, but especially for Guy Glanville. He is a really good man inside who loves his family but may not always be capable of showing that.
While the majority of my career has relied on my aesthetics and how I look, I worked hard at keeping a spiritual connection with what was most important, what is inside me.
I am extremely proud of my heritage, and I would never use being Dutch as an excuse but rather an explanation of our cultural differences.
I always like to remind myself that the most honorable people of all are not those who never make mistakes, but those who admit to them when they do and then move on and do their best to right the wrongs they have made.
Establishing a friendship after divorce takes great effort and a lot of swallowing of your pride and ego.
I understand now that my soul is my power, not perfection or my ego.
I continue to teach this to my children, despite their glamorous careers. If we can maintain our core values, the exteriors take second place and become a gift, a source of gratitude.
At 12 years old, I raised a premature baby cow on our farm because her mom had died. I bottle-fed it every day, let it suck on my chin, and babied it until it was stable.
I was raised to take pride in homemaking, and it's something that I always love to do. I know I share that pride with millions of other women all over the world. It's a good feeling, and it makes me happy.
I have always been fascinated with romance and the fact that it is so effortless when we first fall in love but how it then becomes a conscious effort to stay creative and connected. Thats why I always say, 'Get wise: keep your romance alive.'
I never liked big parties, especially going alone.
I much prefer smaller gatherings that are more intimate.
I think I'm a disciplined mom versus a strict mom.
But also, that job - the disciplining was from birth until about 12, and at 12, I set my kids free, and they learned to become independent human beings.
Religion is a very sensitive subject and reason for wars all over the world.
When done with heart, commitment, and integrity, every job is equally important.
Since losing my health, I also feel strongly about making each new day worthwhile.
Forgiveness for one's self is the only way we can keep going through life and give ourselves the best chance at being the best people we can be.
The only reason I ever shared my health journey with the world was because I felt it to be my duty to sufferers that are bed-ridden and dying because there has yet to be found a proper diagnostic test for Lyme Disease in this country.
I believe the only thing constant in life is change. That's just the way it is, no?
In 2013, after a challenging two years of long-term IV antibiotics and six weeks at a clinic in florida, I received the 'Star Light' award from the Lyme Research Alliance for my advocacy and strength to light the way of Lyme disease awareness.
No matter how old we are, there is nothing better then getting the approval from our parents and the sense that they are proud of our accomplishments in life.
Nobody likes to be judged, including me, but I am the first to say that I am far from perfect.
I am proud to be an American and finally call this my home!
Although I am not Jewish, I have been to many Friday night Shabbats at my friends houses, and I absolutely love it. It's a great and inspiring tradition to keep the family close.
Some people come into our life as a blessing, while others come into our life as a lesson, so love them for who they are instead of judging them for who they are not.
Becoming chronically ill has definitely given me a greater understanding of human nature, and I've learned to accept people's lack of long-term compassion for others while they live their busy lives.
Life doesn't always go according to plan, and we don't always act in a way that represents who we are. What matters is that these moments become teaching moments.
I choose to live in the present because when you suffer from chronic illness, you don't have a choice. It's day by day, one foot in front of the other. When there is a good day, you soak up that moment. Those 'good selfie' moments are captured because they're a gift.
I was raised in Holland, where race and homosexuality are not a subject matter but rather a part of life.
Looking good and feeling like death is a difficult combination for people to understand.
Lyme disease has become a fast epidemic worldwide.
I am determined to help find a cure and figure out a way to share knowledge with the millions of people struggling with this debilitating disease.
The tabloids so easily throw people under the bus for a one-day sensation on the newsstand but sadly don't care about the long-term damage it does to those involved.
Anyone that was raised with a Germanic language will agree that our tone is strong, especially once translated into English.
All of my gifts really come from a place of healing.
I have homemade essential oils with a diffuser, which I've given to all my kids.
I love each of my kids in unique ways and try to meet their different needs so they can thrive and be their personal best.
When struggling to get out of bed in the morning due to pain and exhaustion, the last thing on the priority list is going to get a blow dry.
It took me a while to learn the true meaning of patience and surrender, but I have finally accepted that healing doesn't happen on our schedule. It doesn't have a clock or a calendar.
It's interesting as a mom to reflect on your own parenting skills.
The core of our beliefs may stay the same, but our perspective changes over the years and evolves with each child that comes through us.
There is very little magic in the world of the chronically ill.
It's sad that people forget sometimes that there is a whole legitimate world of artists and actors out there that work their entire life, every day on perfecting their craft, but yet don't get any acknowledgement for their extraordinary commitment to their profession.
I have learned that friendship isn't about who you've known the longest, it's about who came and never left your side.
I am righteous and not afraid to speak my truth.
My delivery might not always be as diplomatic as I would like it to be, but my words are truthful - spoken from the heart and to the point.
There are many different shapes of friendships to be had.
I can sleep fine at night knowing that even though my honesty might not translate very diplomatically, the words I speak have good intent, and I live my life with great integrity.
Being raised by a Catholic father, a Protestant mother, and marrying the Muslim father of my three children, I encourage people to respect and at least try to understand different religions.
I am certainly not drama-free in my life, and I used to be a lot more feisty, but I have arrived at a place where I really try to not sweat the small stuff anymore.
I have always said, '40 is the new 20,' and I truly believe that, but it for sure takes a lot of hard work, education, and discipline to keep it all together as we make our way to 50 and beyond.