"Tell me about a time in your life when you felt the most carefree."
"In my mid twenties, I toured with Lollapalooza for 4 summers, with bands like Jane’s Addiction, Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam… It was the best time of my life, not a care in the world. And all these years later, I’m still friends with all those people."

"Tell me about a time in your life when you felt the most carefree."

"In my mid twenties, I toured with Lollapalooza for 4 summers, with bands like Jane’s Addiction, Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam… It was the best time of my life, not a care in the world. And all these years later, I’m still friends with all those people."

"If you could give piece of advice to a large group of people based on your life experiences, what would it be?"
"Don’t give up, ever."
"Could you give me an example of a time when you felt like giving up but you didn’t?"
"When I was 15 and my mother died. I felt like giving up, like I couldn’t go on. But my middle brother helped me through. He’s my rock, my role model, and he wouldn’t let me give up."

"If you could give piece of advice to a large group of people based on your life experiences, what would it be?"

"Don’t give up, ever."

"Could you give me an example of a time when you felt like giving up but you didn’t?"

"When I was 15 and my mother died. I felt like giving up, like I couldn’t go on. But my middle brother helped me through. He’s my rock, my role model, and he wouldn’t let me give up."

"What would you say is your biggest struggle right now?"
"I wouldn’t exactly call it a struggle but it’s a decision that I’m wresting with. I’m a physician and I’m trying to decide where I want to move to open my own practice. I have family in New York and Florida, but California is calling to me and it’s a hard decision to make. Especially because it will impact my entire life. But I wouldn’t call that a struggle. I work in a clinic where we mostly treat indigenous people and I’ve seen REAL struggles."

"What would you say is your biggest struggle right now?"

"I wouldn’t exactly call it a struggle but it’s a decision that I’m wresting with. I’m a physician and I’m trying to decide where I want to move to open my own practice. I have family in New York and Florida, but California is calling to me and it’s a hard decision to make. Especially because it will impact my entire life. But I wouldn’t call that a struggle. I work in a clinic where we mostly treat indigenous people and I’ve seen REAL struggles."

"My husband died of Lou Gehrig’s Disease so I had to be both a mother and a father to my children. Now that I’m a grandma, I guess I just feel more secure with myself? Like I can be out here by myself and not care. I used to care and feel like I needed to be with people all the time. My grandchildren look at me like I’m god. So I guess that makes me feel like I have a lot to live up to."

"My husband died of Lou Gehrig’s Disease so I had to be both a mother and a father to my children. Now that I’m a grandma, I guess I just feel more secure with myself? Like I can be out here by myself and not care. I used to care and feel like I needed to be with people all the time. My grandchildren look at me like I’m god. So I guess that makes me feel like I have a lot to live up to."