LeAnn Rimes Wishes “Peace” for Struggling Adults and Teens

LeAnn attends Trevor Live in Los Angeles.

LeAnn Rimes has a few New Year's wishes for adults and teens who are struggling with despair. "For some peace," LeAnn said on the media carpet at Trevor Live, on Sunday (Dec. 4) during the annual benefit for the Trevor Project, which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. "Peace within themselves and not through anyone else, but through themselves. It's one of the hardest things to do, God knows. There are adults that don't find it," says LeAnn. "I'm just starting to find it at almost 30. To really love who you are without having someone to tell you you are good enough. Just you telling yourself that you are good enough should be good enough."

LeAnn is a strong proponent for giving back to adults and teens who are struggling with various circumstances. Her latest video, "Give," was filmed with a few of Chicago's estimated 25,000 homeless children.

Other stars and celebrities attending Trevor Live included Fergie, Kris Allen, Yeardley Smith, Ricki Lake, Damian McGinty, Kathy Kinney, Michael Sucsy, Brad Goreski, Ryan Guzman, Kathryn McCormick and David Furnish, who gave their own wishes to people struggling with despair and unacceptance.

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