The biggest problem I had – and the biggest problem teenagers have – is not how they dress, how they look or how they act or talk. It’s how they see themselves – their self-esteem. In the tenth grade, I realized I am who I am. I’ve got big ears and big feet. I can etiher sulk around or I can be happy with who I am. The minute I decided to be confident with who I was, all that other stuff stopped. It’s all in the way you carry yourself.
– Clay Aiken