Really rejoice in being yourself. Have your own drumbeat.
I'm a woman of a certain age who doesn't have kids and never really settled down ... I enjoy kids but not for long periods. I think they're adorable and funny and sweet, and then I have a headache.
When I see a woman who looks her age, she's radiating something, and it's life.
That's what life is - you follow where your heart leads you - at least I do.
If you stick with a vision, it might not all work, but some of it will be absolute genius. To me, 15 minutes worth of absolute genius in a film is so much better than two hours of mediocrity. I would rather pay to see something different like that.
When I feel lost and can't make a decision, I just stop and get quiet. I take a time-out.
Practically all the relationships I know are based on a foundation of lies and mutually accepted delusion.
I have a very healthy dose of self-loathing. But I think we all have a past of being whatever our story was, of feeling not good enough. It can propel you to work harder and do more, but it can also be a tremendous trap, and you cant see beyond it.
My male friends don't seem to have any feelings of intimidation that I am a 100-watt sex bomb standing next to them.
What I'm now discovering - and I'm now in another decade - is that the older I get the more I have my self knowledge which makes me feel more sexy.
There are many ways to be a mother. I have a lot of young actors I mentor, and my nieces and my nephews need a lot of love.
Men cheat for the same reason that dogs lick their balls... because they can.
In my life and career I want to embrace ageing because I think that's what's interesting.
When you're filming, you work 19-hour days and you know more about what's going on with your crew and co-workers than you do with your husband. You're away, you miss things. It's taxing. Relationships fail because of it.
Having my priorities in order has really helped me look better, fresher, and more relaxed.
I'm certainly not a prude.
Being a biological mother just isn't part of my experience this time around. However, I am a mother who continues to give birth to ideas and ways of experiencing life that challenge the norm.
I am no size zero or super-thin Hollywood actress. I am built for men who like women to look like women.
I've always thought that less was a lot more.
I like my life. It's good.
I'm smart with my money, I invest conservatively. I don't mind paying top-dollar, but I don't want to get ripped off.
I'm not a personality actress. I never have been. I have been a character actress.
I haven't played a lot of wallflowers but I have played women who have been vulnerable.
I first wanted to be an actress after seeing a play - not a movie.
I realized that so much of the pressure I was feeling was from outside sources, and I knew I wasn't ready to take that step into motherhood. [...] Being a biological mother just isn't part of my experience this time around.
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