Month: April 2017

Sandra Bullock

“I was rejected in school because I didn’t look like the big-breasted, beautiful girls. I was awkward and sad. My mother always said, ‘Be original!’ but I didn’t understand until I changed to be like everyone else. Once I fit in, I was like, ‘what have I done?’ I realized that my friends before were much cooler, with a great sense of humor and a way of looking at the world that was more fun. But if I
hadn’t gone through that, I wouldn’t have been driven to make my oddities cool. It’s what made me have a sense of humor and thick skin.”  In Style Magazine


 

 

 

 

Channing Tatum

 Channing Tatum was medicated for a learning disability when he was young.

“For a time, it would work well. Then it worked less and my pain was more. I would go through wild bouts of depression, horrible comedowns. I understand why kids kill themselves. I absolutely do. You feel terrible. You feel soul-less. I’d never do it to my child.” Esquire

 

 

 

Emma Watson

“Becoming yourself is really hard and confusing and it’s a process. I was completely the eager beaver in school. I was the girl in the front of the class who was the first person to put her hand up and it’s often not cool to be the person that puts themselves out there and I’ve often gotten teased mercilessly. But I found that ultimately, if you truly put your heart into what you believe in, even if it  makes you vulnerable, amazing things can and will happen.” MTV Movie Awards    Photo by David Fisher

 

 

Debby Ryan

 “Hollywood is like high school, there are always going to be people who hate you and people who like you. When you’re a teen, that’s tough because you’re hyper-aware of what other people are gonna say and  think. But neither defines who you are as a person or how successful you are unless you let them.”  GL Magazine