Miley Cyrus guested on the most recent episode of ‘The Conversation,’ and despite going through many downs recently, she has come out and given advice for herself when she was 14 years old. At that time, she was topping charts and making history as Hannah Montana.
“My dad always said it to me,” she started, “and I never really listened. I would always sweat the small stuff. I think it’s ‘This too shall pass,’” she quoted. “Something that I so needed to remember that young — even now, if anything happens, it’s the end of the world. I think that’s something I need to remember.”
The singer also opened up about a huge breakup that she went through at the tender age of 14, which made her feel insecure and miserable for quite some time. “I had my biggest heartbreak when I was 14 years old,” she explained. “It sounds crazy, because I was 14, but that’s what love was to me. I was in love with somebody. I was in love with this person that I thought was perfect and so amazing, and when you get your heart broken, that’s all you see,” she exclaimed. “‘The rest of my life is ruined because he doesn’t love me back! If he doesn’t think I’m pretty, then I’m not pretty. If he doesn’t think I’m worth his time, I’m not worth anyone’s time.’” Wow, Nick Jonas, you sure broke this girl’s heart!
“So I think just ‘This too shall pass’ and ‘It’s not the end of the world,’” she concluded. “It’s not the end of the world until there’s no more pulse. You’ve got to keep going. That’s something I always tell myself. It’s kind of generic, but it’s true. It’s a big something to remember.”
Wise words, Miley!
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