Steven Tyler Daughter Mia Says ‘I Have Made My Fair Share Of Bad Decisions’ As She Explains What Kind Of Person She Is
Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler‘s daughter Mia Tyler shared a post on her official Instagram page opening up about herself along with revealing that she made her peace with the bad and good decisions in her life that made her who she is.
As many of you know, Mia Tyler has numerous professions such as being an actress, plus-size model, and fashion designer, however, she is also a social media personality with 150k followers on her official Instagram account on which Mia often opens up about her struggles in her life to her fans.
Mia Tyler opened up about her struggles with drinking and being sober multiple times via her posts on her official Instagram page in addition to talking about her anxiety, being a single mom, and the emotional breakdown she had due to her mother’s loss in 2002.
Recently, Steven Tyler’s daughter shared a post on her official Instagram page and apparently, Mia had a moment of enlightenment and decided to let go of regrets because of her bad decisions because, after all, her decisions in life created her identity.
Furthermore, Mia revealed that she’s always focusing on her adorable son’s mental health and raising her properly while teaching him to respect himself, to see the world differently, and not let his mistakes grow on him, rather teach him to be a better person.
Here is what Mia said:
“I’ll never pretend to be a perfect person. I’ve made my fair share of bad decisions. And I can justify my life by saying that those bad choices led me to where I am now. But most importantly, the good decisions brought me right here too. So I’ve made my peace with the things that needed it. I’m not one for confrontation, but I refuse to be walked on or dragged through the mud. Especially when I am trying my hardest to break generational curses and raise a child that has zero hate in his heart for any living creature. It’s easier to build up a child than it is to repair an adult. And I will always put my son’s mental needs first. Because I’m teaching him self-respect has to be stronger than feelings. I know my worth and I know my truth. The people around us know the truth as well, and one day when my son is old enough, he’ll know the truth too.”
“I will never become the things that hurt me. I have no use in my life to be nasty with revenge or pettiness. Revenge can be silence. Because real honest growth cannot be heard. And I have found growth in forgiveness. And knowing that sometimes people pretend that you’re a bad person so they don’t feel guilty for the things they did to you. Trauma does not give you a pass on treating other people like shit. You heal and get it together. People raised on love see the world differently than people raised on trauma. And that’s all I’m doing, raising a Son that sees the world differently. Because behind every strong woman is a story that gave her no other choice. And that ugly part of the story I lived through is now the most powerful part of my testimony. The peace I have now was worth everything I lost. And to everything I ever lost; thank you for setting me free. Silence isn’t empty, it’s full of answers.”
You can see the Instagram post below.