On The Ball! In our June issue, we talk to NBA superstarCarmelo Anthony, who just nabbed the league's top scoring title. Carmelo stays busy off the court with his 2-year-old son, his foundation dedicated to children in need, and his Courts 4 Kids, which builds neighborhood basketball courts! .
The Help actress Viola Davis stars in a new film this month, Won't Back Down. In our September issue , she talks about her difficult childhood and how she learned to overcome it."The worst moments in life don't define who you are, and no matter what, you can still thrive," she says of her attitude now. What's your secret to overcoming adversity?
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Viola Davis: "You Can Still Thrive"<i>The Help</i> actress Viola Davis stars in a new film this month, <i>Won't Back Down</i>. In our <a href="http://www.webmd.com/magazine/default.htm">September issue</a> , she talks about her difficult childhood and how she learned to overcome it."The worst moments in life don't define who you are, and no matter what, you can still thrive," she says of her attitude now. What's your secret to overcoming adversity?
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