She Was A Jobless, Penniless, Single Mother With Depression | by Jay Shetty

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The term build it and it will come is false… BE IT and it will come! My name is Wil aka Hollywood Wil and I have been down, confused, depressed, lost, and didn’t know which way was up. Believe it or not watching Jay and other motivational speakers helped me a great deal. If you are not comfortable enough to talk just start watching videos until you are comfortable enough to talk to someone.

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  1. Being a single mother is a choice. They have 20 plus forms of birth control including abortion. My Dad came to the U.S from Haryana, Ambala on a work visa in 1967 he was 19 years old. 8 months later he was drafted and went to Vietnam. He doesn't talk about it. He did what he had to do. He was able to gain U.S citizenship and bring my grand mother and grandfather over from India. Stop celebrating dysfunction and the bad decisions of others. They are not heros. And are a total drain upon society.

  2. The title made me think of Kristina Kuzmic. She went through a similar situation and the way she dealt with it is inspiring. She's a beautiful and sparkly person. She is doing hilarious youtube videos, spreading hope and humor with her tour, did 40 acts of kindness for her 40th birthday, will publish a book soon… She's both realistic and optimistic. She has so many interesting things to say and share and she's doing it in the most relatable unapologetic and funny way. It would be great to have her on On Purpose. =)

  3. I’m going through a similar situation at this point in my life. I have Multiple Sclerosis & am no longer able to work. I am a single parent & had to sell my house & move in with my mother. I was an ultrasound technologist with a great salary now I’m penniless relying on my mom. I have a lot to be thankful for & I remind myself of that often but sometimes it’s hard to remember to be thankful. Not one for the pity party but I’m struggling with how to rise above my situation. Seeing this video has renewed the fight in me that I know I have. Thank you for this inspiring story.

  4. Jay!! so many meaningful messages ln this for all of us I'm ln tears right now!! l so appreciate the way you centred her story around hope and overcoming!! this is what we need and needed all along! someone to believe ln us – to believe we can and will overcome and thrive!

  5. Damn…. Great video Jay. Going to go listen to your podcast again, I have listened to some of them multiple times because they are filled with so many great tips and stories. Namaste 🙏

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