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I was wondering if there's ever a time in your life where somebody you really look up to maybe he didn't accept you as much and how you deal with that. Yeah. My mother and I had very different views. Of how to build a future. She wanted me to marry well. And I really tried it. It just didn't work out. And there came a day when I had to call her and say. This is over, I can't make it work. I heard the disappointment in her voice. I knew how she felt about it. But I also know it's the right thing to do and sometimes you just gotta do what's right inside and hope that maybe the rest of the world will come around to it and maybe they will and maybe they won't. but the truth is you gotta take care of yourself first and do this give me a hug. She was whispering in my ear. It's okay. We've got this. We're gonna get through it. She gives me a sense of hope and like she actually cares about what she's talking about versus other candidates and other politicians. They seem like they do it for the vote, but for her, it's just a gut feeling you get where it's like no, she actually cares about what she's saying. Emotional that went all over the place. What what what made you guys connect to what made you emotional there. you know I could. I could see her face and how she started this question. I knew that she was. she was in the Middle of something tough someone she respected who wasn't didn't approve of what she was where she was and you know a lot of people don't know I dropped out of school at 19, got married to someone my mother wanted me to marry and. Really started to speak. It's like all of a sudden I was back on the phone with my mother trying to explain that. After these years, he had walked out and he wasn't coming back. That's tough and I knew how she would feel about that. Yeah. Yeah your mom ever come around. You know we we got back together over it was okay, but but it is sometimes you just gotta do what's right? Yeah.
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