"I feel great and...nakapag-move on na," said Baron Geislerduring his first live interview in The Buzz yesterday,January 13, after coming out from the Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) house.
Baron, who was dubbed as the "Wild Child" in the secondseason of PBB Celebrity Edition, was meted a forced eviction from the Big Brotherhouse because he displayed offensive behavior when he got drunk during theirChristmas party.
Does he regret his actions inside the PBB house?
Baron answered, "Hindi naman kasi alam n'yo po, lalo na yungmga ‘the boys' diyan, ‘Pare, rock and roll,' marami naman po akong katulad ditosa Pilipinas, e. So feeling ko, maramingnakaka-relate sa akin and tingin ko, makakatulong din ako na maging inspirasyonpara sa kanila. Ang dami diyan na mga‘rock and roll.'"
With his behavior in the latter part of his stay inside thehouse, Baron admitted that his mother was the one who really got affected.
Baron apologetically said, "Yun lang ang pinaka-nakakalungkotkasi si Mommy, parang full support talaga. Siyempre, she wants the best for me kasi... E, I messed up so, 'Mom, I'msorry.' Yun lang, sobrang na-disappointlang siya."
But the young actor clarified that he and his Mom are okay. "We're okay. We're great," assuredBaron.
In fact, according to Baron, when he came out from the PBB house, he didnot talk to his Mom right away. Instead, "Niyakap ko na lang siya, naintindihanna niya yun."
The 25-year-old actor said that he was really aiming tobecome a Big Winner for his mother. Hesaid, "Kasi pangarap ko talaga PBB para sa Mommy ko 'yan, e, di ba? Kung manalo man ako, lahat yun [prizes] ibibigay kopara kay Mommy. Kasi marami rin siyangnagawa para sa akin, so gusto ko namang isauli sa kanya."
CHANGING FOR THE BETTER. During the interview, Baron also showed his gratitude towardsPBB because, according to him, it helped him understand himself better.
Baron stated that despite what happened, PBBsomehowhelped him be recognized again by the public. He said, "Para sa akin, ang PBBnakatulong na, ayun, makilala ako ng mga tao. Mas mahalin ako ng mga tao, natanggapin nila ako kung sino ako."
Aside from getting recognition, Baron also said that PBB madehim realize his mistakes and his problem. "I think yung PBB nagbukas ng maraming pintuan para sa akin, paramas makilala ko ang sarili ko 'ata, parang mas tinanggap ko na nga yungproblema," said Baron.
Pinoy Big Brother also reached out to him toget him into a rehabilitation program.
"Si Dr. Randy [Dellosa, resident psychiatrist of PBB],tutulungan ako ng mga tao sa PBB," said Baron. "You know, mahal ko yung mga tao sa PBB. And yun si Dr. Randy, yung psychiatristdoon, he's gonna help me. Tutulunganniya akong makapasok sa isang program, pero outside. Parang mga counselinglang, recovery program. Puwede kong i-mix dito yung work ko—kung maywork ako tommorow, punta ako doon—para tuluy-tuloy na.
"At saka gusto ko this time, ayoko na ng puro promises. Gusto ko na panindigan na talaga para din sa akin, para sa Mommy ko, para sakinabukasan ko, para rin kay utol, kay Donnie... Lahat ng sakripisyo nila para saakin."
What prompted him to accept the help of PBB?
"Siyempre, ginagawa ko ito dahil gusto ko. Dahil I've made adecision na to help myself. And kaya konagagawa 'to dahil nandiyan sila Ate Anna, mga kapatid ko na nagmamahal saakin, sila Tita Nenet, Mommy ko, at saka yung mga supporters dito, yung mgatao," said Baron.