Posted by Amarna Miller on 19 Nov 2014 in Inside, Learning, Porn, Relationships, Working | 48 Comments

FAQ (5):  What does my family think about my job as a porn actress?

FAQ (5): What does my family think about my job as a porn actress?

Another of the endless questions that recur every day in my ask.fm, and that I’ve decided to add in my series of posts “Frequently asked questions”.

Apparently there is a widespread concern about the relationship that sex workers have with our families. How did your parents react? How did you tell them that you are in porn? What do they think about their daughter being a porn actress? and etc … This is an extremely personal question, but since many girls have this doubt when they are considering getting or not into the industry, I am more than happy to share my opinion and my experiences in case it may help. What I’m going to share is something very personal, please be respectful.

First and foremost, I’ve to say that I am an only child. I have no relationship with any relative but my parents so I can say that my family is reduced to only two people.

My parents didn’t like it at all. It is logical, given the social pressures and the generational difference. For them, to see their college daughter living because of her image rather than her brain is something terrible. A head that could be doing many other things absolutely wasted on camera.

I’ve always been a clever girl, I finish my degree with very good grades and when I ended my studies there were several doors open in front of me. But I chose porn.

Why? Because it makes me happy, plain and simple.

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Unfortunately in today’s society this is not a good enough reason to do anything so my profession was a shock within my family. Some time later, when they realized that I have my head on the shoulders, and a well furnished mind with plans for the future, they slowly accepted what I do, but still do not want to know any details about my shoots, awards, covers, movies and many more …

As my mother said If you’re happy with what you do, go ahead. But I don’t approve your profession and I wish you could work in something different. I suppose that this phrase could sum up the whole answer.

These are harsh words, and certainly not what you want to hear from your parents. At that time I wanted with all my heart to feel supported, loved and respected, with someone telling me “I’m glad you’re fighting for your dreams.” I considered leaving the porn industry and go back into the flow of political correctness. But I did not.

And I did not because I am a stubborn and a fighter. Because if something makes me happy, no one, not even the opinion of the people I love most in this world, will convince me to stop. And this last part is the one that must stay on your head.

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My advice to all who are reading this and want to get into porn is: Think and be conscious of the consequences. Think about it even more, until you’re absolutely sure that you want to be in his business. But above all, take the decision deciding by yourself without either parents or girlfriends or friends trying to change your mind.

Personally, continue in pornography has become an internal speech in favor of personal freedoms:

My body is mine, my mind is mine, my life is mine and I decide what I do.

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48 Comments

  1. You know, this actually makes me like you more. I’ve never done porn but just the mere thought of me masturbating has my mom crying. Cant imagine what me being with women on camera would do to her. Knowing you are going through something similar makes me appreciate you more.

    • Thank you Shawn :) I’ve always thought that you should’t stop doing the things that you like because of the thoughts and fears of the others. I’m the owner of my own life and I’m truly free to do what I want. Knowing this is a huge step in my climb to happiness. Thanks for the comment!

      • Hi ! like what your mother has said,” be happy” , what I can say and hope is be safe, healthy and happy. People are different like different taste in foods,different backgrounds and idea, different mind set up,different opinions.
        So in this kind of entertainment you are in, there are many specially men will like in I even give love to you as a person, and many I do not how many who will dislike you, you are very pretty, maybe gays or partly gays will dislike?
        Take care and more power to you.

  2. I am curious about the theme of your your answer; ‘I do it because it makes me happy’.

    I wonder if you think about the audience your serve; what their drive is to purchase pictures of you like in the ‘typical poses’ above-to masturbate and ejaculate. Studies indicate when they are used to your picture, they will move on to another novel picture. Used and discarded.

    Of course I wonder about your psyche, your age and your esteem when I think about your words, ‘It makes me happy, I am in control of my body ‘ ….while my audience masturbates and ejaculates…and moves on.

    Lastly how do your parents answer when friends and family (I know you said you do not interact with other family members) but the family probably does interact and ask after you. How do they respond? and do you kind of like that ‘discomfort’ that others feel?
    It is a big world out there, freedoms can be realized in many ways. The work you choose to do however contributes to the perpetuation of how men look at other women – more than anything else, I am inviting you to process that. How I am making this world better/less objectified for my sisters?
    … by making money providing glossy pictures for men to get off from and then move on to the next novel picture to ejaculate to.
    The whole picture I just painted is kind of funny in a sense…then sad.

    • Hi Elizabeth! I can tell that you don’t approve what I do, or maybe you don’t understand why it makes me happy at all? :) In resume, porn allows me to travel the world while making money, I get paid for do things that I really love to do (sex, BDSM, being in front of the cameras…) and I can experiment, try and open the horizons of my sexuality, my mind and my life. This kind of job is not for everybody, but in my personal case It’s more than ideal.

      Of course if you resume everything into a “You’re happy when someone jerks off on your pictures and then moves on” it doesn’t make any sense, but emotions, feelings and likings are more complex than that. Simplify what I do only reduces the possibilities of understand why I’m doing it.

      Regarding my family, I literally don’t have any other people apart from my parents so no, they don’t interact with anyone else. But even in the case they could do it…Should I stop doing what I really like for the opinions and pressures of others? The answer is no. And if you’re doing that you are not choosing what you want to do in your life from freedom but fear. If someone is “discomforted” for what I do then the problem is theirs, because I’m not hurting anyone being a porn actress :)

      And last but no least, the pornographic industry is HUGE. There are some companies that contribute to perpetuate the objectification of women and others than simply don’t do that. Take a look at the CrashPadSeries, Four Chambers, XConfessions and many more and you’ll understand what I’m saying.
      Please stop stigmatizating my profession.

      Thank you for your comment a have a nice day ;)

      • And don’t forget BlackMindStudios ;)

      • I agree with what you said about crashpad and some of the other indie porn sites. But I feel like in some of the videos you have made with really big, aggressive guys…it’s not like they are really connecting with you. I feel like you could have been any other person and these guys are not really making love to you and appreciating you. But I guess I can understand why you might want to do the heterosexual aggressive porn once in a while. I just love the scenes that reveal your personality more and where there is a real emotional connection.

        • I truly enjoy both kinds of sex: the soft, romantic, passionate one but also the super hard, extreme, or aggressive one! In fact at the moment I prefer to record in the second style but unfortunately I’m only booked for the glamorous scenes…crap :P
          Anyways, as the user can’t see what happens behind of the cameras it’s complicated to judge is someone is appreciating me or not…sometimes the soft videos that everybody likes have been not so nice in reality, and the gonzo movies have been amazing and everybody treated me in a fantastic way.
          Anyways if you look for an emotional connection, you should watch the videos in which I appear with the people who are really my friends in my personal life: Amber Nevada, Silvia Rubi, Vex Ashley, Franck Franco, Mickey Mod, Juan Lucho, Adrián Yuyu…Thanks for your comment! <3

      • It’s weird how cultural norms sometimes go back and forth instead of simply marching forward. The hippie movement is old enough to have grandchildren, and yet porn is anything but mainstream. I have lots of friends who aren’t religious and should have no reason to see porn as dirty, and yet they do. Women especially tend to be dismissive of porn at the very least and downright condemning at worst. They’ll go from, “I don’t need it to get off” and, “I’ve already done everything” to, “It damages women” and “it teaches men bad lessons.”

        Well, like you said, that’s a gross generalization. It’s like talking about movies in general and thinking only of slasher/gore horror flicks.

        The medium as a whole is larger and more inclusive than the mainstream thinks. I dare say there’s even room for what even the mainstream would consider art … if it dared look.

    • Everyone as the right to have an opinion, but yours is very wrong, Elizabeth. You’re saying that every men are stupid, and only think about sex. Yes, I like seeing porn, but that doesn’t make me respect women any less, I don’t see them as a bunch of wholes ready to be filled. Of course there are men that think that women are objects, but that’s who they are, that has nothing to do with porn. Maybe you’re the kind of people that think rapes occur because of porn, because men are oh so stupid, and can only think with their penises.
      I respect very much people like Amarna, because they do what they love, regardless of what others think of it. And if that’s so hard for you to process, that people can be happy doing porn, then I suggest that you ‘move on’, and let people do whatever the hell they want.

      • I really admire this part of your comment: ” Of course there are men that think that women are objects, but that’s who they are, that has nothing to do with porn.”. It’s so sincere and obvious…Thank you for sharing your opinions Tiago :)

    • I think it is just fine to question a porn actor about the effect of her work on the status of women IF you are willing to apply the same standard to everyone else. So, send a letter to your local baker asking them to consider the impact of their pastries on the obesity epidemic. Does your local grocer sell alcohol? Write to them about the negative impact of alcohol abuse on society. The next time you are paying for gas and see tobacco products behind the counter be sure to inform the cashier about the ravages of cancer. For that matter, why are you buying gas? Maybe we need to have a talk about global warming.

      The problem with this line of thinking is that it leads to one of two places. Either you end up questioning everything, or you throw up your hands and question nothing. There is a third, better, option. You can recognize that complex social problems need complex, society-wide solutions, and are rarely solved by scolding individuals. You can also spend some time thinking about the real causes of chronic problems. When it comes to society’s treatment of women we should ask why we find sex so shameful and why that shame is so often placed on women and girls. Why do school dress codes stress proper attire for girls rather than proper behavior for boys? Why do police and prosecutors still ask rape victims what they were wearing, or if they let a guy by them a drink? Why, in other words, do we find female sexuality so threatening that we need to constantly censor and control it? When we have good answers to those questions, then we can ask people why they want to do porn.

      • Omg Max, this comment it’s just fan-tas-tic, probably one of the best explanations I’ve read about the matter. With your permission, I’m going to share it so people can understand better this issue…Thanks <3

        • Of course, share away :)

    • As a lifelong masturbator, I take exception to the implication in this post that that is somehow a bad thing to do. The attitude is positively Victorian. And I must have wanked to hundreds of thousands of images and videos of beautiful woman having sex. Like millions of fellow males and females the world over. My little fight has been to not feel shame about that very ordfinary, very human fact.

      And I salute you, Amarna, for your courage and level-headedness. And I will continue to wank to your glorious, dirty, beautiful, exceptionally hot pictures and videos.

  3. We all have to make hard decisions that affect you i enjoy your work

  4. Amarna, fa un temps que et segueixo i sóc un gran admirador de la teva persona. Amb aquest post encara ho sóc més. Gràcies i ànims.

  5. “Because if something makes me happy, no one, not even the opinion of the people I love most in this world, will convince me to stop.”

    And THAT is your problem right there — you DON’T love anyone but yourself! Not even the pain or concern of the people you allegedly “love most in this world” is a cause to stop what you’re doing. You want what you want!

    You’re selfish and cold, and even then, you don’t really love yourself. Because you sell yourself life a piece of meat, like animal in an open market. The people that use you have no interest in your intellect, your feelings, your well-being, or your dignity as a human being — they ONLY want to use your flesh!

    There are volunteer rescue workers in poverty-stricken countries, working for ZERO money, trying to prevent women and girls from being raped; and then there’s you, living in wealthy countries, giving yourself up to being a sexual object, precisely for money?

    Your only “talent” is you willingness to submit, to surrender yourself for… what? Money? Fleeting money? YOU LIVE LIKE AN ANIMAL! If you insist on treating yourself like an animal, then others will treat you like an animal.

    • If you are so upset about what porn represents, I’d suggest you not to read the blog of a porn actress, David ;)

    • David, there are so many wrong things in your comment that it’s really hard to choose one… But maybe the worst is considering Amarna “cold and selfish” for not changing her way of life because of the concern of her loved ones. Parents (or any kind of “loved ones”, for that matter) do not own their children. We are not forced to follow their orders or let them choose our way of living. Of course we should care about what our loved ones think, but NOT to the point of letting them control our lives.

      You can only live your own life.

      If my parents suffer with my personal choices in life, I will be sincerely sorry for them and I will try to soothe their uninformed fears and/or change their way of thinking, but I will NOT stray from my path to follow theirs. Neither should Amarna. Or anyone, for that matter.

    • @David Webb when ever I come across irrationality like yours I simply ask in return.

      In the 50s parents would have said the very same thing about their son or daughter being gay. So should their child pretend to be hetero sexual and live a life in misery and internal conflict or admit to who they are and what they love and be shamed by their parents and society and possibly even face prison?

      Yes, David you are the gay hater of the 20th century.

  6. oh, really david, Is that your opinion?
    really is worrying that you express so bad for something so natural, it seems that you attack something that is not a human behavior. And say “animal”, you do not offend anybody, animals are more evolved them us. They do not attack or destruise itmselfs. Actually what you say makes no sense, you know why? I tell you why. Why are you here? you have a whole universe at your fingertips and you are in a blog a porn actress. The question you should ask yourself is: What I do in my life that makes me unhappy?

  7. ¿¡Vive cómo un animal!? ¿¡Estamos loc@s o qué!?

    Sucede q sorprende descubrir la trastienda de una actriz porno. Quizás por ignorancia, desconocimientos, desinformación, etc…la profesión está sujeta a muchos hándicaps. Y digo que sorprende cuando alguien como Amarna no sólo se desnuda ante una cámara para grabar sexo, me refiero a cuando escribe este tipo de artículos donde DESNUDA su intimidad y su inconformidad ante la sociedad. Nos muestra a una mujer libre, crítica, sensible y con objetivos claros.
    Me sorprende q hayan mujeres q se escandalicen porque a una chica con un alto nivel cultural y académico desee ser actriz porno, me sorprende cuando miles de esas mujeres han hecho cola en los cines para ver “50 Sombras de Grey” (una película verdaderamente vejatoria para la mujer) y han deseado ser la protagonista…

    En fin, podríamos hablar taaaaaantooooo ;)

  8. I was always wanting to make some porn scenes, but when I took the first steps, the consequences were extreme.
    Only some pictures with my wife, who is also attracted by this world, were enough to get in trouble with our families, friends, and I was even also very close to lose my job as a teacher.
    Nowadays we still continue being nudist, swinger and exhibitionist and we continue having the same problems with society. Even if we try to keep separated both things.
    There is a time when we have to think about how much we love porn in order to make a decision between continuing or stopping. A sane person would choose what would make him happy and would keep its decision.
    I must congratulate you, not only for being so beautiful, but for being mentally strong, decided and constant in your art.
    It’s a pleasure to watch you.

    • It’s a pleasure to be read by you, Robert. Thanks for all the nice words, but I think it’s also important to point that the repercussions of start working as a porn actress when you’re 19 years old are not the same that when you already have your life organized, with family and a job. I mean, the step you have to do is way bigger than the one I took, but that doesn’t mean that you are not able to do it :) Just do what makes you happy, go with the flow and don’t worry about what people can say about you, and everything will be all right. Many thanks for reading this <3

  9. Amarna Miller. you have a great and wonderfull body. i’ve watch you in Blacked scene. i dont support porn. but watch a little bit interracial scene. may i ask you. would you support your daughter to do what you are doing now?? Dont you think about one day..we as human will die…would you think what you are going through in afterlife…dont you believe there are hell and paradise at all? no religious?? sory..i’m just asking.

    • No I’m not religious at all and no I don’t believe in an afterlife ;) I just truly believe in what can be demonstrate by science and facts. If I ever have a daughter I want her to do what it makes her happy, because that’s the truly way of love someone: being happy about them being happy. Thanks for comment!

      • You are welcome miss. Thanks for reply my comment too. I agreed with your statement about the anal scene. may i know something, does your pussy hurt by doing hardcore scene? logically, it looks hurt and no sensual touching at all. the orgasme is fake.

  10. Sos una reina. Si no lastimas a nadie (en realidad), y nadie sale lastimado entonces estas haciendo algo bien. El problema es que el resto lo vea as, y no solo como algo raro. El sexo es natural en todas sus formas, pero al final del dia, todos quieren controlar al mundo. La pornografia hecha de manera adulta y consensuada es una forma de quitar control. Ahora que todas las tomas incluyan sexo anal, al final del asunto es mas control…Me gustas asi natural como eres y libre. (Puedo ser tu dueño??jajaja solo una broma)

  11. Amarna,

    I just discovered you today and I am smitten! You are so beautiful and seem like you love what you are doing.

    I believe this is an art and you are an awesome performer!

    The idiots who choose to criticize you on here confuse me…as I can’t understand why they are watching porn, reading about porn and/or looking at porn pages such as this…if they are against it!

    SO BIZZARE!!!!!

    Thank you so much for brightening up my day :)

    Bart

  12. It’s so nice to have a positive voice on this. My husband and I love your videos. Best of luck to you.

  13. Very thoughtful & moving. Thank you for sharing. I’m sure that your parents see, that 1. you are happy (which is the single most important thing all parents whish their kids) and 2. you are running your business with great cleverness.

  14. Amarna…I just read how many lies you said in your answers.in case,you act love to being fucked hard and humilated in your scenes because you are an actoress. you do it for money,fake respects even you think that you getting from co workers and producers…so who you wanna fool by your answers?your fans? and who are they really?a bunch of mean characters that only need you in their minds for jerking off when they can’t get lay and fuck?…I hope you find better job than this and don’t waste your body and mind,it’s not too late yet…WAKE UP

      • you go burn in the f**k hell
        david say it all.

  15. You seem to be a nice person… Full of ideals, thoughts. I totally agree with the “regardless of what the world say about me, I do what I want to do” thing, but I suspect that you didn’t stop to think about a question: “everything that you believe is what you truly believe?”, because it’s easy to support beautiful speeches like any “freedom” speech, but did you ever stop to think if what you’re looking for in so many different places is something that could fill you up for real? It’s just my opinion, but I think you’re too nice to be valued by your body. And in terms of body, I also think yours is too beautiful for everyone to see it. I don’t know you, I have nothing to do with your life, but it’s my sincere opinion that you deserve something better, some kind of safety in your life. I don’t think porn is wrong, partly because I like it, but I think you’re too good for it… =/

    You resemble a friend of mine… She is so nice and beautiful, like you! She knows what is valuable in her and specially who deserves to know that, too. Changes are always difficult to make, but they might bring very good things when you do it. Things that maybe you didn’t even know that were possible to exist. =D

    • Hi L! I understand that you’re trying to be nice but saying that “I’m too good for porn” you’re stigmatizing my work. You should rethink if perhaps it’s you who is cataloging porn as “worse” that other things and why are you doing it…is sex something bad? It’s being naked on the interned something wrong?
      I’m tired of the paternalistic speech of “you deserve better”, essentially because I’m the one who decided what I deserve and I am a porn star because I want to and it makes me happy.

      I know that I’m valuable and I know what and who do I deserve. Exactly as your friend, and I do not need to quit porn to know it. Have a nice day L!

  16. Very intelligent and thought-provoking post. It’s true: women should really think about the consequences before they attempt adult work, but there will be consequences. Doors will shut as a result of doing porn. And sometimes 18-year-olds aren’t the best at making decisions that will impact their entire lives. Ask any young guy who impulsively joined the military and came home in a body bag. But you seem to have made the right decision for you and I hope you never have cause to regret it. :)

  17. Hi Amarna,

    Seriously love your work but love you more as a person. Admire your personality in the blog. Think I know you better from this blog / website more than the porn stuff.
    Saw your travel post on Iceland. I was there in 2010 where I saw the Northern Lights. Going back to Iceland this June to catch the midnight sun. Have to say that Iceland is beautiful.
    Yes, it is my life and I control what I do with it. Your parents will be there for another 30 years of your life then the rest of your remaining life is down to you. Life is short so do what you think is correct for yourself. This is not selfish but it is how life is. Most important is be happy.
    And what you do is not a sin. It is an occupation. What the bankers and politician does is a sin. Corrupt government, money printing, short selling.
    Anyway, long story cut short, cherish life and enjoy.
    Will gladly be in the ‘like’ group for Amarna Miller!!

    Best Regards

    • You’re a sweetheart, Xavi :) Thank you for all your words and beautiful compliments, I absolutely agree with you: We have to o what makes us happy! Have a good new year and thank you for comment *^_^*

  18. Hi Amarna,
    there were some interesting comments at the beginning of the discussion. We are absolutely free to do what makes us happy, as long as we do not hurt anyone. Making porn definitely doesn’t hurt. And we are free to consume it or not. There were comments indicating that without your pictures men wouldn’t get off and the world would be better without that somehow.
    Not sure someone mentioned that also women use those pictures, especially yours :). And the world could only be better if we stop consuming it (even though personally I don’t see why..), so it is up to everyone individually to watch it or not. Everyone can make his own world better if he needs to. You cannot be blamed for the behavior of so many people.
    The interesting question would be why do we watch porn at all? I believe that very few people do not get horny when they see another person having whatever kind of sex, no matter what they post in this thread or elsewhere. So you give a favor to 95% of mankind. :)
    And Armana, yes people use your pictures to have an orgasm. But an orgasm is a true moment of happiness, no matter how you get it. Think how many people you’re making happy everyday. If I look at my job, well… I am not even close. And who is to tell hat is wrong..

  19. Hey Amarna! I just discovered you on WoodRocket and I must say you seem like an awesome person! Exceptionally cute, funny and genuine :) oh and you’ve got the sweetest accent! :D

    Anyway enough of that, the real reason I’m writing is that I’m a bit curious ;)
    How does being a pornstar work with relationships? Is it at all possible to maintain a relationship as a pornstar? I’m just thinking that it must require a very extraordinary mindset. I’m just imagining that a pornstars almost only option of having a genuine relationship is with another pornstar and even then jealousy must be an impending factor?

    I know Francesca Jaimes and her husband are rolling together, but I don’t know if they just stick to shooting with each other and no-one else?

    Humans aren’t biologically wired for monogamy, but I must say that I wouldn’t be able to share my special someone with 20 other fellas or so.

    I hope that I made sense ;) Keep up the good work!

    Thanks!

    • Hi Kristian! Thank you for your sweet words, I really enjoyed all my interviews for Woodrocket :) They’re awesome!
      About your question: yeah, it’s possible to manage a personal relationship being in porn. Personally I don’t believe in monogamy so even if I wouldn’t be a sex worker I’d have polyamorous relationships. Here you have a post I wrote talking about my ideas about love and relationship and another one with my bf answering some questions. I hope you like them! <3

  20. I was watching you in BLACKED and fell in love with your accent. I decided to look you up and came upon your website. Your right about the question of what would your parents think. I think as children we grow up hoping to make our parents happy. With everything that they have invested in us. We are what is left when they are gone. As an adult I also realize that we are not carbon copies of them either. It makes sense that your happiness is paramount. You only have one life and when its all said and at least you can say you have done everything that you wanted to do with it.

  21. Hi Amarna, just curious what exactly about porn makes you so happy that you would chose to be involved in an industry that can be very dangerous, and no, I am not trying to sound like an old grandma but it is true. Just the fact of having unprotected sex is a great danger, and we can all read about STD stats in the porn industry. I know about all this testing and shit you have talked about, but I dont think you are that naive to think that protects you.
    So what is it?
    You say you could have done other things, had many doors open for you, so I suppose it could not only have been money.
    The sex? You can have a lot of kinky sex in life without it having to be for ever documented for eveyone to watch.
    Performance? You can perform in many other ways…
    I am just really curious.
    And you really think your parents disapprove bc they dont understand? Generation gap? Or because it is something to actually be disappointed in? The fact they spent years of their lives educating and loving you, and now they wonder wtf they did wrong for you to think this was a good life choice? Out of all the things you could have done. So is it really worth the disapproval of your whole family to do this thing you ‘love’? Or is it just smth you have to tell yourself in order to not regret your decision you made at 19? Is it so fantastic? If so what about it is so appealing? Sincerely curious. Sorry for the long post and possible judgement, I guess we all judge one thing or another.

    • Every job has it’s risks. Miners expose themselves to toxic fumes, elite athletes face injuries constantly, not to mention fireman, policeman, etc…but no one asks them why do they do it. Then why these kinds of questions when we talk about sex work? Why focus on talking about how dangerous can porn be? Maybe it’s a subconscious way to see us as victims, people who don’t understand the risks they are taking? Of course I know this job can be dangerous, as much as any other one, but the freedom and happiness it brings to my life makes it worthwhile. That’s why I choose to be a porn actress.

      Regarding your affirmations, we don’t practice unprotected sex. We don’t use condoms on camera often, that’s right! But we have our STD tests done every 14 days. When was the last time you went to the doctor to see if you had an STD? Most people go only once every couple of years, sometimes never in their life. Of course it’s not 100% effective. Neither are condoms.

      If you don’t understand why I’m in this industry, I recommend you to read some of the articles in my blog, for example this one or this. There I explain perfectly why I took this decision.

      You say you’re just curious but your comment oozes negativity and moral judgments. If my parents (or anyone else) think that being a sex worker is something utterly wrong, they are the ones who have to change their opinion, not me. I’m not going to oppress myself to comfort your ignorance, nor am I going to live in the fears of others.
      “Out of all the things I could have done” I chose the one that I thought would make me happy. And I’m indeed living a very happy life, that is more than a lot of people with normative jobs can say.

      If you really want to know the answers to your questions, start opening your mind and understanding that the decisions of others can be valid even if you don’t share them. And then, ask again each one of your questions from assertiveness, not attack.
      If you decide to do it, come back to this article and I’ll be glad to solve your doubts.

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