I actually just got a new job. So I help others in my mahi.
I actually try to encourage them. I always look for the good in that person if I know them. Especially if I know them. I would say, “You know there is a way but you got to admit to yourself that you have a problem, because that is when the healing will start. And once you do that I think a lot of things will fall into place.”
And for me, it's really exciting for me to be in my own hometown and to be helping my own people, especially those that I have grown up with. And we all can relate to one another. I have seen a lot of committed people wanting change for the same reasons I wanted to change: for their families. For their children. For a better life. For a better outcome.