Erin joined Huffington Post LIVE to discuss women’s health issues and her ongoing campaign, standing beside thousands of women who have been adversely impacted by
The book helps to answer the question Erin gets asked most often – in her lecture series, on “Oprah,” by producers, reporters, and all the people who walk up to her at the supermarket: “Erin, how do you do it?”
I have learned that some “choices” we make aren’t choices at all, merely capitulation to our weaknesses. To develop you inner strength, you must push yourself to do your best, especially when you aren’t sure you can, because You Can Because You Have To. * If you are so lonely you feel like sitting in the corner and shaking, stop feeling sorry for yourself and use that energy to find someone to share your life with. You don’t need to be rescued, rescue yourself. Erin weaves her advice with her own personal stories – many of which she tells for the first time – including lessons she has learned long after the movie events ended. In this inspiring book, co-authored by New York Times bestselling celebrity collaborator Marc Eliot, Erin provides readers with the insight to put them on the path to discover the inner strength to empower themselves, no matter how great the challenge, no matter how impossible the obstacles.
Erin Brockovich is more than just a movie – and she’s got a lot more stories to tell and advice to offer to all who admire her.
Take it from Me: Life’s a strugle but you can win can be purchased from Amazon by clicking here