Month: March 2019

Ashley Greene

“I would tell myself that I’m worth it. Even though my parents always told my brother and me they loved us and that we were worth it, it took me awhile to actually believe it. I had a low self-esteem as a kid, because I was a perfectionist. Once you realize that perfection doesn’t exist, it makes things easier and you can accept the faults that you have.” Style Magazine

Steve Carrell

“Maybe to coolest people are the ones who don’t care about being cool. Maybe I will start a new trend. Perhaps I’m so out, I’m in. Nope; that’s a lie. I have just given up trying and I am content in my failure. And besides, I can carry around a meatball sub in my pants.”  Oprah Magazine

Taraji P. Henson

“Any negative can be turned into a positive. Growing up in the hood around Washington, D.C., I knew my surroundings weren’t going to define me. So I chose to focus on the bigger picture. When I got pregnant in college, I never saw it as a failure, though some did. I said, “Watch me prove them wrong.” And you know what? I carried my baby across that stage at graduation.” Oprah Magazine

Miranda Cosgrove

“What makes a breakup easier is knowing that you will be better off and eventually your life will be easier because you don’t have to stress about the relationship anymore. I think people are in really unhealthy relationships, and you need to just step away. I’m not into drama.” Seventeen Magazine