She thought that the experience of Big Break Ireland was unbelievable. She was very surprised to even be selected for the show and then even more surprised that she was able to develop and build friendships while participating on the show. She is a professional golfer and she has struggled with an anger issue to the point where she would hurt herself. The anger issue started when she was around 13 years old and since she could not express her anger openly, she would slap herself and scratch herself with tees and sticks. That self-anger would create adrenaline which ended up being very harmful. She hit a low point as a college junior in 2003 where she finally just collapsed and prayed that she would be able to overcome her anger on the course and not hurt herself anymore.
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