Chelsea A Blanchard Interview 

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Question #1 tell the world about yourself?

My name is Chelsea A Blanchard, most people call me chella Bella, I’m a 20 year old college student at Ohio University studying business management, and health administration. I reside in Cambridge, Ohio. But I’ve lived all over the country, so I’ve seen different ways of life. I love life and trying to enjoy it to the very fullest
What inspires you?

My mom inspires me, she’s been through a lot in her life from cancer, to struggles with her childhood since she’s from the ghettos of Detroit, but she’s never given up on her goals of being successful, she now has her masters. She’s also never left us without and I admire that greatly about her.

Also helping people and making them feel great about themselves is also an inspiring moment of myself.
What is something you would change about the world?

I would change the race wars, I would change all the poverty, I would tell people to have one day or one week out of our busy  lives that was mandatory event where we had to help people whether it was people from natural disasters or a poverty strickened environment. Find jobs for the homeless

But not everyone wants to be helped some don’t want to change, it’s all about having self change in yourself
What is a positive message you would give others

To love yourselves and to love others. Always use the golden rule and never give up on your hopes and dreams. Don’t ever feel like you’re alone and nobody is there for you because there’s many people that you do inspire even if you don’t think you do. And don’t let negativity dull your shine
What is something you’ve struggled with?

I’ve always struggled with being accepted amongst my peers Having people understand the real me. I’m a pretty face I get that and people girls specifically   slut shame for being beautiful and for loving myself. For how I talk, for defending myself, the way I dress, anything. But little know the real me, many hate me but have little reasons as to why? But if they would just have a five minute conversation they would probably like me, I’m a likeable person. People think that’s all I am is

-a pretty face but don’t realize I’ve struggled with many things in my life, I’ve gone to 20 different schools, I’ve moved to 6 different states, I’ve dealt with severe depression, I’ve been homeless and emotional abuse. Yes I’ve overcame a lot, but don’t ever judge a book by its cover is all I can say.
What is something you would do for the homeless?

Well I would turn them in the right direction, give them a suit clean them up and take them to an interview, job hunt all for them. Make a homeless shelter that was only used to help them get onto their feet

But it wouldn’t be for someone that didn’t want to better themselves you know, I love everyone and I have a heart for everybody

-but I just don’t want to waste my time I could show them how good of a life they could have though
What is your definition of true love?

True love is when you accept that persons failures, stupidity, ugly points and none the less you see perfection in all of their imperfections itself. You know all of their faults but love them so much more for them.

But everyone has their own views on what “true love” is as definition for them.
Last question do you feel like us as people can make a difference in the world and why?

Yes we can, I know we can’t just get up get on a plane (I mean we could if we had the money) but we can help the starving people as an example. As we throw all this food out and waste everyday someone else could eat it. We have many charities that help benefit towards struggles in our community and world. I know we can’t change the world all in a day but we can help people change their viewpoints. Doing a good-deed even if it was something minimal, buying your classmate that didn’t have money

for football cleats for the team can make not only make their day but also yours. Giving the homeless food and donating clothing, helping animals find homes.

But I also feel that we have many struggles in our country that we have to get settled before we help others though. I used to bend over backwards for other people and forget about me and my needs so I feel the U.S should do the same also!

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