Chronic pain can be very lonely. It can have a shame-based quality.
I think relationships are really hard. Each one gives you lessons that you need.
I'd had a really bad car accident years ago, and basically, the ligaments in the back of my neck were ripped, and I'd never addressed that.
It's very hard to balance being there for somebody else and taking care of yourself.
My father taught me you have to believe in yourself and run on your own track.
If you try to hold on to something you don't have anymore, you can't be happy in the moment.
Practically everyone in Hollywood has a neighbor who's been famous, wants to be famous, is famous, has been married to someone famous, worked with someone famous, slept with someone famous, been blackmailed by someone famous.
I was raised on Broadway because of my dad, but I never thought I had what it took to make it there, although I always wanted to.
I have been suffering for so long and didn't even recognize it. I just stopped doing so many things that I used to love to do due to my pain.
I'll always be this once-famous actress nobody recognises because of a nose job.
I had intelligent, high-minded, liberal parents who wanted to make sure my values were just like theirs.
I have sung, but I haven't sung in any way that I would ever call myself 'a singer.'
I'm ticking things off my list: I had a tumor removed; I had spinal surgery; I had four surgeries in three months.
Dance is the only thing that makes me feel good.
I don't remember ever not knowing about acting.
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