David Fadd • thistalk.com • Interview

"Just like the beginning of most things, I personally struggled with self-esteem issues which affected my mental health and my self-perception. This was so detrimental to me because it meant that at a very young age I would seek validation and acceptance from anyone that would give me the slightest bit of attention, enforcing the idea that I had of myself at the time which was that I was less than in comparison to everyone else"

"My message to these guys is this: as a man, the best thing you can do is to be the man that you are, whatever form that takes, not conforming to stereotypes or societal expectations. Live as the version of manhood that you are and prove that being a man doesn’t take one form, that masculinity isn’t singular but that there are as many forms of manhood as there are men."

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