I think happiness comes from self-acceptance. We all try different things, and we find some comfortable sense of who we are. We look at our parents and learn and grow and move on. We change.
We look at adoption as a very sacred exchange. It is not done lightly on either side. I would dedicate my life for this child.
To make new friends you have to be willing to put in the time.
I believe that life is hard. That we all are going to walk through things that are hard and challenging, and yet advertising wants us to believe that it’s all easy.
I don’t think any woman wants to be known for being beautiful or busty. I think you want to be known for who you are.
Well, I could do it for a day, but I wouldn’t want to be a teenager again. I really wouldn’t.
My marriage? Up to now everything’s okay. But it’s a real marriage – imperfect and very difficult. It’s all about people evolving somewhat simultaneously through their lives. I think we’ve emotionally evolved.
My mother and stepfather were married 43 years, so I have watched a long marriage. I feel like I had a very good role model for that. And, you know, it’s just a number.
People need things. I don’t live a monk’s existence, I’m a consumer, but I try to do it to the level that doesn’t feel like there’s an overabundance of something.
Don’t judge a book by its cover ’til you’ve read the book.
Getting sober just exploded my life. Now I have a much clearer sense of myself and what I can and can’t do. I am more successful than I have ever been. I feel very positive where I never did before, and I think that’s all a direct result of getting sober.
I’m uninterested in superheroes. I am only interested in real stories, real people, real connection.