Borrowed & Answered Interview Questions from Honey Boo Boo ’s Mom

Are you familiar with Honey Boo Boo’s Mom, June Shannon? Everyone questioned her parenting style when she gave her Alana “Honey Boo Boo” a “Go go juice”, a mixture of Mountain Dew and Red Bull before her youngest daughter’s beauty pageant. Not a fan of the show? Me either. Everything I read are almost about negative things about her. But this interview article about her is, hmm.. shall we say, a breath of fresh air. I was so inspired of her no-nonsense answers so it prompted me to answer the same interview questions. Since recently i’ve been questioned too about my parenting style by my own parents, not to mention my own mom. Allow me to imagine that my mom is interviewing me right now and asking me these questions.

What do you think is most important in your life?
My family. They are everything to me.

Do you have a favorite quote or phrase that you try to live by?
Everything happens for a reason.

What relationship advice would you give your daughter?
Always know if the juice is worth the squeeze. Make sure he treats you right. If he doesn’t, be brave enough to walk away from a bad relationship and move on.

What would you tell your girls after a bad breakup?
If it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be. If not, then everything happens for a reason, things will always fall into its right places. You will find the right one just wait and see..

What makes you happy? How do you hold on to it?
My daughter makes me happy. Her smile is enough to brighten up those miserable tiring days. I don’t have much of those material things in life, I wasn’t the popular kid in school, no awards to brag about, but I know I have achieved enough when I became a mom of this wonderful kid.

What makes you angry? How do you let it go?
Lying scumbags. How do I let go? I avoid confrontations as much as possible, I ignore and stay away from these people, it’s something that i’m still working on really, hahha!

What are the things you think people are way too worried about in life?
Some people are too worried of the material things they don’t have that other people have. You saw one of your Facebook friend’s post about his new IPad  his new phone, etc, then you suddenly feel you’re left behind, and you need to do something to catch up with those guys. These fancy things we possess doesn’t define who we are. Life has so much to offer, way better than those fancy stuff you see in your friend’s profile.

What are your hopes for your kids and grand kids?
I hope that they will grow up as happy well-rounded people. I will always be there for them whenever they need me.

Knowing what you know now, is there anything you would have done differently with your life? What advice would you give your 20 year old self?
I did quite a few mistakes in my life i’m not proud of, but it made me who I am today and i wouldn’t change a thing. If I’m talking to my 20 year old self right now, I’d tell her to toughen up, you will have bigger problems than boys. Study hard, learn as much as you can. Never ever take yourself for granted.


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