I love my mom. My mom loves me. We don't have an easy relationship. I don't think we ever will, but I'd rather have a complicated, misunderstood relationship than have no relationship at all.
You know, you only get one family, and you have to make it work.
Everybody knows there is no such thing as normal. There is no black-and-white definition of normal. Normal is subjective. There's only a messy, inconsistent, silly, hopeful version of how we feel most at home in our lives.
I know in fashion what's new is old and trends repeat but the 90's trends ala 90210 aren't exactly styles I'd want to wear today.
I thought that once we were out of the baby stage, parenting would be a breeze.
Bad shopping habits die hard.
With friends, if you keep making an effort to reach out and you keep getting hurt, you eventually stop trying. But it's much harder to give up on family. Somewhere deep down you want it to work so badly that you keep making the same mistake over and over again.
I wasn't truly comfortable with myself until I was about 30. I spent so much time and energy wondering if I wasn't worthy, and trying to find people to validate me, instead of validating myself.
I never thought I'd have a daughter.
All it takes is for one person to say you’re ugly, and you’re like, I guess I’m ugly. And that was it.
I’d had three great pregnancies. I thought morning sickness was the end of the world, and it’s not until something pretty major happens that you’re like, oh my gosh those were all a piece of cake. I had a pretty large bleed. I thought I was having a miscarriage.
If I ever had the time to take on another job, being a party planner would be high on my list.
Love is pure and true; love knows no gender.
Its always when you think that youve lost a little of the baby weight that someone steps in grabs a handful of a now sans baby soft belly and asks the inevitable When are you due?
When a marriage fails, the story of the relationship changes. The best parts, the parts that made you think getting married was a good idea, fade from memory.
It's much harder to give up on family.Deep down you want it to work so badly that you keep making the same mistake.
I want to be a positive role-model for my daughter. The last thing I want to put out there is that it's acceptable to be too thin or have an eating disorder because you're in Hollywood.
I look at Liv Tyler and think 'It's not fair', because I can't find a flaw on her. And on top of that she seems nice, so it's really not fair.
My kids will grow up in a house knowing that it's perfectly normal for two men to be in love, it's perfectly normal for two women to be in love. My kids will grow up knowing it's all about love. It doesn't matter who you're with and everyone should have that experience.
People are always saying that Hollywood messes up kids. I'm like, 'No, families mess up kids!' I grew up in Hollywood, and I'm perfectly fine. If my children want to go into the entertainment business, I won't stop them, as long as they're passionate about it.
During my first pregnancy, I spent a lot of time worrying about how big I was getting and how I would lose it afterwards.
My whole life story is kind of a backhanded compliment.
My reality is the misconceptions about me.
My mother is who she is. I've become who I am. At some point I realized those two just didn't go together.
I've been a target my entire life. At this point, there's nothing anyone can say that will faze me. Bring it on!
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