"I’m always looking inward and figuring out, how did I contribute to this and make sure this doesn’t happen again? I’m always self reflecting so that I can be the best person I can be, the best mom I can be and also be the best example of my children to do the same."
“The truth is so much better than a rumor. Now I can give the source and reason for my actions. Hopefully, I can receive forgiveness in the process. I'm an example of what can happen to a dream deferred. A Hollywood bound actor stuck in a crab barrel city. Fighting for a peace of mind.”
“God laughs at our plans - we can make plans but they certainly get rearranged. “
“When I found acting, I was given a role and a story; I was given a frame and a container so I could funnel and fuel the emotions into these roles.”
“We speak into existence, right? I just should’ve been more specific with what I wanted out of life, but I am happy with my life.”
“I would say to my 18 year old self, stop being so afraid. No matter how much you plan, you can never figure it all out in advance.”
“Senior year they asked me, 'What do you want to be?" I said, "I want to be an actress. That's my dream, and they said, you're never going to do it."
"Is the love that we have for each other real or is it fragile? Am I going to break something by coming in and examining our lives?"
“I didn't have the bandwidth to know what a future was like because I was like 'what the fuck am i doing tomorrow?”
“I've got a savings account, a wife and family. I've made it in my mind. The question shouldn’t be how many people make it. It should be: how many people are happy thirty years later?”
Through the Eyes of Others, Documentary
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