Raised a daughter for sex
Raised a daughter for sex
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Terrified and alone, the little girl was discovered by a troupe of Capuchin monkeys who adopted her, teaching her how to feed herself, climb trees and escape from predators. By the time she was found, five years later, she could no longer communicate with humans and was living a wild Mowgli-style existence. Marina Chapman back in the jungle at Las Unamas nature reserve, Bogota, Colombia Taking advantage of her vulnerability. Mrs Chapman was sold to a brothel in the northern city of Cucuta, where she was regularly beaten. After escaping, Mrs Chapman, who by then was calling herself Marina Luz, met Bradford-based scientist John Chapman and emigrated to the UK where she has lived ever since. Earlier this year, Mrs Chapman caused a furore when her incredible story came to light following the publication of her autobiography, The Girl With No Name. Monkey business: Despite having lived outside of the jungle for 50 years, Marina has some primate-style habits But for daughter Vanessa, the revelations came as no surprise whatsoever. `She didn`t really have a moment where she sat down and told us, it just kind of naturally came out,` she explains in an exclusive interview with MailOnline. `During dinner parties, people would ask, and information would come out, and we would wait to hear more of her stories. Growing up with her was an amazing experience.` And Mrs Chapman`s monkey memories weren`t confined to dinner table conversation. According to Vanessa, her mother still, at times, behaves as if she were still in the jungle. `We`ve always known how mum is and it`s hard to believe she was raised normally,` she adds. `She loves climbing trees and having fun and adventures. `She just has different priorities and she really struggles with lying. It`s all very practical so that kind of makes sense with her background.` And despite the passage of more than half-a-century since her jungle childhood, Vanessa says her mother has never lost her love for the Capuchins who raised her. Rather wonderfully, Vanessa also tells of her mother`s overwhelming excitement when confronted by the chance to see monkeys - even in a zoo. `We would go to Monkey World, and she wouldn`t speak all day,` remembers Vanessa. `She`d be planning to jump over the fence and her pockets would be full of fruit and feed.` Friendly: Marina was raised by Capuchin monkeys, similar to this adorable mother and baby She would even display monkey-like behaviour with her children, and, according to Vanessa, would spend hours grooming them. `When we were growing up, it all seemed normal, including family grooming time when she would scratch our backs and pick through our hair,` she reveals. A dramatic reconstrucion of a very young Marina in the jungle, filmed in Las Palmas, Tenerife, Spain `She would play with animals all the time, climb trees and you could see that she climbs in a different [monkey style] way.` Unconventional though her own childhood might have been, Vanessa, who co-authored her mother`s autobiography, wouldn`t change a second of it. `It was the best,` she enthuses, adding: `I wouldn`t want to change anything - I definitely had a cool mum! `Her perspective on life is really different: she never pities and she doesn`t judge. She raised us to be really strong and that`s a great way to grow up.` Woman Raised by Monkeys premieres next Thursday, 12th December, at 9pm exclusively on the National Geographic Channel
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David Cassidy wasn’t always estranged from his only daughter, Katie. In 2009, PEOPLE caught up with the Partridge Family star and the former Melrose Place actress to discuss their unique father-daughter relationship. Though Katie was raised by her mother — former model Sherry Williams — and her stepfather, Richard Benedon, Cassidy still played an important role in her life. “Because I didn’t raise her, I didn’t have to parent her,” he said. “I’m always here and totally nonjudgmental.” “To be able to go to someone I’m genetically linked to, tell them anything and know that they’re not going to judge me — it’s unbelievable,” Katie added. “It’s nice when your dad can be your friend.” But Cassidy wasn’t just a friend — he was also a strong mentor with great advice. “Do not work for money,” he told his daughter. “Do not work for fame. Work for the work. And if you get a great role and they offer you nothing, take it.” And Katie took that advice. “That’s all he’s said, and I’ve taken the advice,” she told PEOPLE. Despite their close relationship seven years years ago, Cassidy — who recently revealed that he has been diagnosed with dementia — confessed that he is no longer in contact with his eldest child. Although the father-daughter duo had a falling out, he is still impressed with the woman she has become. “I’m proud of her,” adds Cassidy. “She’s very talented. It’s hard for me to even accept how old she is now, like 30.” Subscribe to the daily newsletter for the latest celebrity news.
The other day I was at the gym finishing my workout when a mom I know asked for my advice about “the sex talk.” She was struggling, she confided, to bring up the subject with her teenage daughter—afraid that discussing sex was somehow tantamount to giving her the green light to have it. You would think that for a generation of parents who grew up during an era of “free love” and whose own kids are being raised at a time when the culture is awash in sexual imagery that this would be an easy conversation to have. But it is, in fact, the sex talk—the anticipation of exploring with their daughters issues of love, intimacy, relationships and the mechanics of sex—that seems to flummox otherwise smart, accomplished, open-minded, articulate women. I was reminded of this again last week when a writer I admire, Hanna Rosin, penned a piece at Slate under the headline “ Sex Talk Fail .” Rosin is a writer at The Atlantic ; founder of DoubleX , Slate’s women’s section; and the author of The End of Men . And even she has been at a loss for words when trying to talk to her teen daughter about sex. “I am nearly 100 percent sure that the talk will not go well,” she wrote in her piece. “My aborted attempts so far have not been promising.” Though I am not unfamiliar with the trepidation associated with said talk, I approached my own first attempt with what turned out to be unwarranted confidence. When my daughter, Emma, now 21, was 13 years old and about to enter the yearlong Bar and Bat Mitzvah circuit, rumors abounded about the “ Bar Mitzvah blowjob. ” It turned out to be urban myth , but I lived in fear that some acned, brace-faced boy would approach my innocent daughter at a Bar Mitzvah party and demand that she service him. I imagined her caught unaware, uninformed and unprepared. And as much as I dreaded it, I was convinced that it was my maternal duty to clue her in. I did some online research, read a handful of articles and consulted a few books. And when I finally steeled myself for this mother-daughter talk, I was sure that I was prepared. I planned an outing to a small café, ordered a latte, bought my daughter a hot chocolate and dove right in: “Emma, I’m sure you’ve heard about the Bar Mitzvah blowjob,” I said. Without giving her a chance to speak, and before I lost my nerve, I told her that she should not—under any circumstances—engage in such an intimate act. I explained that this should only occur when she was older, more mature and in a committed relationship, and that it should be reciprocal, if she so desired. And, of course, I told her that you could get a sexually transmitted disease from oral sex. When I was finally done, she stared at me, shrugged her shoulders and said: “What’s a blowjob?” Totally taken aback, I suddenly found myself in a public place awkwardly trying to explain it, in detail. Her response: “Eww! Can we go home now?” Well, one thing I was pretty certain of—if I ever tried this again, it couldn’t go worse. And lucky for me, it didn’t. For one thing, I was unexpectedly given a big assist by Emma’s school, where “Human Development” is taught in seventh, eighth and tenth grades. The program covers a range of topics, including menstruation, STDs, setting boundaries and safe sex. This not only made my job easier because she learned the basics there, but also because talking about sex at school with her teachers and among her peers demystified the subject , making it less awkward to talk about with me. What that meant over the years was rather than trying to have a single, all-important, have-to-get-it-perfect talk, we were able to discuss different subjects more casually, broaching them as they came up—first date, first kiss, first boyfriend. It also meant that when the sex talk really mattered, both of us were a little more ready, if not completely at ease. In our case, this was when Emma was a junior in high school and had a steady boyfriend. I was certain that the topic of sex was going to come up between them, if it hadn’t already. And though I knew she had learned about sex at school, I had things that I wanted to tell her myself: about choice, about love, about commitment, about intimacy. I wanted to talk to her about the things that reflected our family’s values. And so this time, remembering what an educator once told me about how the lack of eye contact helps teens to talk—or at least to listen—I slipped under Emma’s covers, right before she was about to go to sleep. I told her plainly that I wanted to talk to her about sex. Her immediate reaction was to say, “Oh, no you’re not.” She pulled the covers over her head. I explained that she didn’t have to say a word, but that she did have to listen. I told her that I thought she was still too young to have sex, and that I hoped she would wait. I said that having sex complicated relationships and that the older she was, the better able she would be to handle it. I made clear that just because her boyfriend, a year and half older than she, might be ready, it didn’t mean she had to be. Having sex for the first time—and every time after that—was her choice. I told her that she should always feel comfortable and safe, and if she didn’t, she should listen to her gut and say no. Finally, I told her that even though I thought she was too young, if she decided to have sex with her boyfriend, I would help her get birth control—no questions asked, and no judgment rendered. I wanted her to know that it was always okay to talk to me. In retrospect, I have come to think that the sex talk is difficult for a host of reasons: As moms, we have no real role models in this regard. There is no standard message that fits all families. And the entire exercise signifies that our daughters are growing up and away from us, which can be emotionally difficult for everyone. As for Emma’s teenage brother, well, I’ve happily left that to his dad. As Rosin points out, “Some sex-talk traditions are worth preserving.”
See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Utah, 2012 § District 4 Love ran in Utah`s 4th congressional district , which was created after the 2010 Census.   She competed for the Republican nomination against attorney Jay Cobb and State Reps. Stephen Sandstrom of Orem and Carl Wimmer of Herriman ; she won the nomination on April 21, 2012, at the 2012 Utah Republican Party Convention with over 70 percent of the vote. She faced six-term Democratic incumbent Jim Matheson in the general election, who while living in the 2nd congressional district ran in the new 4th district, losing some of his reliably Democratic constituents. In 2012, National Journal named Love one of ten Republicans to follow on Twitter .  When speaking to the 2012 Republican National Convention on August 28, 2012, she discussed lessons learned from her parents, immigrants from Haiti who fled political repression.  She said, "Mr. President, I am here to tell you we are not buying what you are selling in 2012."  In September 2012, questions arose about her parents` immigrant status. Forbes investigated a claim in an article that month in Mother Jones that no law existed in 1976 that would have allowed Love`s parents to become citizens of the United States after her birth. Forbes found that immigrants who had been residents of the Western Hemisphere could get long-term residency permits (green cards) if they had a child born in the United States. Mother Jones issued a correction.    Love did not make her family`s papers available for review.[ citation needed ] In an October 2012 interview, her father said that Mia`s birth as a U.S. citizen was key to him and his wife gaining permanent legal status and ultimately citizenship.  Love lost the election to Jim Matheson by 768 votes out of 245,277 votes cast,  a difference of 0.31%. She was regarded to have run a weak campaign, switching campaign managers three times, trying to "nationalize" the race rather than focus on local issues, and missing interviews and appointments because of rifts in her campaign staff.  See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Utah, 2014 § District 4 Mia Love at the 2013 CPAC in Washington D.C. In March 2013, Love said she was seriously considering another run against Matheson.  In May 2013 she announced she would run in 2014. As of July 2013 [update] , Love had raised over $475,000 for her campaign.  Love was an opening speaker at the 2013 Western Conservative Summit . She spoke of the need for increased grassroots organization in the GOP, and the need to be independent from the government.  In August 2013, Love was chosen by Newsmax as an "Up and Comer" in their list of top "25 Influential Women of the GOP," given her visible position as a young black female Republican.  In November 2013, Love acknowledged the growing consensus that the Tea Party needed to shift away from being the "party of no," disagreeing with its part in forcing a federal government shutdown over the budget.  She later reiterated her support for the philosophy of the Tea Party and many of its leaders, including Utah Sen. Mike Lee .  On December 17, 2013, Matheson announced that he would not run for re-election. Love was ranked as the favored candidate due to her name recognition and characteristics of the district. In early October 2014, the National Journal listed Utah`s 4th district as the number one most likely district to change hands in November.  In early 2014 Love was made a member of the Republican National Committee`s National Advisory Council on African-American outreach.  On April 26, 2014 Love won the Republican nomination for the 4th congressional district at the Utah Republican Convention, with 78% of the vote at the convention.   On election night, Owens led Love until late in the evening, when she pulled ahead and ultimately won by more than 7,000 votes.   Reacting to her victory, Love took a shot at the media`s perceived obsession with identity politics , joking to her supporters: "Many of the naysayers out there said that Utah would never elect a black, Republican, LDS woman to Congress. Not only did we do it, we were the first to do it."  See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Utah, 2016 § District 4 Love ran for re-election in 2016. She defeated Democrat Doug Owens in the general election with 54% of the vote, over 12 points ahead of her nearest challenger.   David Scott , a Democratic Representative from Georgia, gave $1,000 to Love`s campaign.  A poll released in August 2016 found that Love was leading Owens, 51% to 38%.  According to the poll, Love was leading Owen with both Republicans and independents.  As of the federal financial disclosure dated June 30, 2016, Love had nearly $1.5 million in the bank and Owens had $890,000.  In a September 2016 poll, Love held a 18% lead over Owens, 53% to 35%.  Mia Love speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland on February 26, 2015. With the start of the new Congress, Love was appointed to the House Financial Services Committee.  Love joined the Congressional Black Caucus  in January 2015 after taking her seat.  While campaigning in 2012, Love had said that if elected, she would “join the Congressional Black Caucus and try to take that thing apart from the inside out.” She described the mainly Democratic Caucus as characterized by "demagoguery. They sit there and ignite emotions and ignite racism when there isn’t. They use their positions to instill fear. Hope and change is turned into fear and blame. Fear that everybody is going to lose everything and blaming Congress for everything instead of taking responsibility."  In May 2015, she was a lead sponsor along with Duncan D. Hunter of HR 2518 the Student Right to Know Before You Go Act, designed to increase the amount of information universities and colleges are required to provide prospective students.  In April 2016, Love got her first bill through the U.S. House. HR3791, which was approved in a 247–171 vote, raises limits on how large community banks can grow, which Love says will make more credit available.  In December 2017, Love introduced the Stop Taxpayers Obligations to Perpetrators of Sexual Harassment Act. Passed by the U.S. House in February 2018, the bill would prevent members of Congress from settling sexual harassment claims with taxpayer money.  Love speaking at the 2017 March for Life in Washington, D.C. Love says she favors "fiscal discipline, limited government, and personal responsibility."  She has also said that she asks herself three questions whenever she approaches an issue: "Is it affordable? Is it sustainable? Is it my job?"  Love opposes abortion.  In a speech at the 2017 March for Life , she said her parents, immigrants from Haiti, considered aborting her but decided not to.  Love has proposed deep cuts to educational spending by eliminating or reducing funding for public education, free school lunches for the poor, special education funding, college grants, and subsidized school loans. She has said she believes the free market should take care of education. She would like to get rid of the U.S. Department of Education .  Love supports addressing climate change . She is a member of the Climate Solutions Caucus and has said that climate policies and economic growth are not mutually exclusive.  Love supports Utah`s effort to reclaim public land from federal agency controls.  Love has a 2% lifetime score from the League of Conservation Voters .  In 2012, Love said she would focus on opposing federal regulations, particularly those set by the Environmental Protection Agency . She supports the building of the Keystone XL pipeline. In 2014, she said she opposed the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.  Love`s entrée into politics occurred after she and her husband bought a house on a lake in Utah that had a growing midge population. Love says that at the urging of her neighbors, she complained to the developer of the land and prompted a regular pesticide treatment. Stephanie Mencimer of Mother Jones wrote that "rather than focus her political activism on cleaning up the lake, or the environment more generally, she just wanted to kill the bugs and move on.  Love proposed to dramatically reduce food entitlement spending like free school lunches and food assistance to pregnant mothers and the poor. She has defended these cuts by saying people who are poor will become dependent if they don`t work for their food.   Love opposes same-sex marriage. Following the June 26, 2013 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that overturned the Defense of Marriage Act , Love stated that she was "very disappointed," and that she would "battle in support of Utah and American families."   Love proposed a blueprint that would cut federal spending by $750 billion, with a focus on cutting entitlements like free school lunch, special education funding, subsidized school loans, funds aimed at preventing homelessness, healthcare subsidies, Medicaid spending, and food assistance. She has said her proposed cuts are a "nasty-tasting medicine" needed for the country to run properly.  Love believes that the federal government should have less power.  Love was described as a Tea Party conservative in 2012.  In a 2015 article titled "How `tea party` is Mia Love?", the Washington Post wrote that "Love`s rhetoric from 2012 to 2014 changed a bit, even as her policy positions remained fairly constant" and noted that Love had "angered some conservatives when she questioned the tea party driven government shutdown in 2013 over Obamacare."  A blogger for libertarian-leaning magazine Reason described her as a "Trojan horse libertarian " due to her stance on homeschooling, federal control of land, and other issues.  She also supports cutting taxes.  She supported cuts to foreign aid and tort reform.  In 2014, Love focused more on balancing the budget, avoiding stating specific cuts needed but identifying the goal of matching spending to revenue.  Love supported the March 2015 budget, which required an increase in federal employee contributions to their retirement funds.  She has promoted the work of the libertarian Cato Institute .  She would like to cut the Earned Income Tax Credit in half, and privatize the air traffic control system.  For the 2016 election season, Love received about $63,000 in donations from gun lobbyists and was endorsed by the National Rifle Association .   In the wake of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting , Love said she would support raising the minimum age to purchase assault rifles such as an AR-15 style rifle to age 21.  She also stated that she was in favor of banning bump stocks and increasing the level of background checks needed to buy guns.  Love favors repealing the Affordable Care Act , reducing federal subsidies towards healthcare, and putting caps on Medicaid spending.  Love is a co-sponsor of the Recognizing America`s Children Act, which would provide a pathway for DACA recipients to permanently remain in the country. Regarding DACA recipients she has said, "Thousands of DACA recipients live and work in my district, contributing to their community daily. I have no interest in separating them from what is likely the only country they know".  On October 8, 2016, Love issued a statement that she would not vote for Republican candidate Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election and urged him to withdraw from the race for the good of the party and the country. 
Turpin family – ‘House of Horrors’ daughter, 17, who raised the alarm had planned her escape for TWO YEARS The girl managed to flee the family home in Perris, California, and alert cops, who arrived to rescue her 12 siblings THE daughter who fled from the California `house of horrors` and raised the alarm about her shackled siblings had planned her escape for two years, it has emerged. The girl, 17, escaped from the family home in Perris and alerted cops, who arrived to free her 12 brothers and sisters, who were chained inside. The couple are pictured with their 13 kids, who they allegedly tortured and abused Parents David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, were arrested and charged with torture, false imprisonment and child abuse – charges they deny. And it has now emerged the hero teen who freed her siblings plotted her escape for two years. She climbed out of a window to escape the house along with her sister – who turned back out of fear, leaving her to go it alone. Aunt of 13 kids chained up in California house of horrors, Elizabeth Jane Flores, says their father David Turpin `watched me in the shower` But the teen persisted and managed to contact authorities, who descended on the house. The 17-year-old was so malnourished officers said they initially thought her to be no older than ten. When sheriff`s deputies arrived Sunday at the four-bedroom house they were appalled. They found a 22-year-old chained to a bed and a house that reeked and contained human waste, indicating the children were prevented from using the toilet, authorities said. The oldest child, a 29-year-old woman, weighed only 82 pounds and a 12-year-old was the weight of a typical seven-year-old, Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin said. THE SHOCKING CLAIMS FROM COURT... They were not allowed to play with toys, though many were found throughout the house in their original packaging The kids would be starved while their parents ate well, even taunting them by letting them see apple and pumpkin pies they weren`t allowed to have At one point while the couple lived in Texas, the parents lived in a separate house from most of the children and dropped off food to the others from time to time The children never received dental care, and they had not seen a doctor in more than four years. When the girl who escaped was asked if any pills were in the home, she did not understand what medication was Reporters gathered outside the family home in Perris, California, this week Shocking details have since emerged of the torments allegedly suffered by the 13 siblings at the hands of their parents. Hestrin said the couple taunted their starving kids with food while they ate well. He claimed the pair let their 13 kids see apple and pumpkin pies they weren`t allowed to have as they wasted away – with the family’s dogs allegedly fed better , according to another report. They were forbidden from showering more than once a year and would be punished if they washed their hands "above the wrist" because it amounted to them "playing in the water", it is alleged. Audi smashes into Ford on busy roundabout... but which driver was wrong? The children – whose names all begin with J in a chilling echo of reality TV family the Kardashians – never received dental care, and they had not seen a doctor in more than four years, it is claimed. David and Louise Turpin appeared in court yesterday to plead not guilty to a string of charges which could see them jailed for between 94 years and life if they are convicted. The mum was pictured smirking as she chatted with her lawyer, while the dad looked more sullen. Judge Michael Donner ordered each defendant to remain held on $12million (£8.7million) bail and set the next hearing in the case for February 23. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at email@example.com or call 0207 782 4368 . We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
I have three girls—one who is grown, one who is just going through puberty, and one who is almost 3—and I am a firm believer in talking about sex. My husband and I both came from families where that didn’t happen well…OK, at all. And we were left to our own devices, which is NEVER a good thing when you are a kid. I never want my girls to feel as ignorant and underprepared as I was. Because whether we like it or not, our daughters turn into young women with sexual feelings, and if we love them, we want their experiences to be positive, love-filled ones. Ignorance makes it easier for young girls to be taken advantage of. And these days, unprepared sex can lead to all sorts of diseases and death, in addition to lifelong trauma. And while a vaccine like the HPV shot makes it seem like our girls are safe, not only are there risks associated with the vaccine, it only covers one small aspect of their sexual safety. So here are my top 10 tips for talking with your daughter about sex: 1. Start early. Use real words for real body parts. You don’t have to use them all the time, but my 2½-year-old knows where her vagina is. Don’t shy away from describing the differences between boys and girls. 2. Show her you are comfortable with your own body (even if you’re not). If she walks in the room while you are changing, don’t hide. Be as open as you are comfortable being—and maybe even a little more. Watch your responses to sexual information or jokes (try not to be too disapproving). She will learn a lot more from watching how you are with your body and with your sexuality than by anything you say. 3. Start explaining at a fairly young age what is OK and not OK. If we want our kids to be safe, they have to know what is allowed and not allowed—among people they trust as well as strangers. Arm her with information to protect her from predators. 4. Make her aware of the world around her. If my 11-year-old lived in Afghanistan, she might be married by now—the third or fourth wife of an old man. If she lived in China 100 years ago, not only would she not be allowed to play soccer, but her feet would have been brutally mutilated so she could not walk. Listen to the news together. Let her know how lucky she is to be alive in this time and in this place. 5. Go to the museum. There’s nothing like beautiful paintings and sculpture from ancient to modern times showing the glory of nakedness, desire, love, and pleasure to express what sex is truly about. Use them as a tool to tell stories and explain the different aspects of love and desire. 6. Get her some books. For the gory details, it’s much better to let her read about it in a book (preferably with illustrations) than to have you be her only source. Just make sure you make yourself available for questions. I find Amazon.com has a good selection. 7. Take her to the doctor. I asked my gynecologist’s office when they like to start seeing girls. The receptionists said, “When they start becoming sexually active— around age 17 or 18.” Well, I think earlier. By then it’s too late. Don’t let her feel alone and unprepared. 8. Insist that she always use protection. Talking about protection is a good way to talk about sex, but also essential for protecting your girl. I always insist on them using condoms—because it’s not just about preventing unwanted birth, but about preventing unwanted and dangerous diseases. I have a brother who died from AIDS in 1985, so this is real for me. I also express my opinions about birth control. I think the pill not only messes with your hormones too much, but studies have shown that it interferes with choosing the right long-term partner. I think the forethought needed for the diaphragm, for instance, makes it harder to “just do it” with anyone at any time (therefore, I highly recommend it). 9. Encourage her to wait for true love. I was listening to a radio show where they were talking about the conundrum of what to tell your girls to wait for, whether abstinence while waiting for marriage seems too long and hard, what guidance can you give? TRUE LOVE! I wanted to shout into the radio (I was driving so I couldn’t call in.) Living with a lifetime of regrets over a bad first experience (or many) is nothing we would wish on any young woman—however, those regrets are too frequent. She deserves pleasure. She deserves to be treated well. She deserves to have her first experience be one that is a happy memory for the rest of her life. 10. Make her feel safe to come to you. No matter what mistakes she makes (and she will make them) you should hold back your judgment, control your reactions so she knows that no matter what, she can come to you for guidance, love, help, information, comfort, and safety. I got pregnant at 19 and kept my baby. It was the best decision I ever made. But I couldn’t have done it without the love and support of my family. And that’s the truest love of all.