Month: February 2023

Rebel Wilson


“I was making millions of dollars. But then I’d have moments in my personal life I was not valuing myself because of my weight, not having good self-worth, not having kind thoughts. I thought of myself as trash, so I was treating myself as trash. I’ll just eat all that rubbish and junk food and not treat myself with love and kindness and respect. It was about dealing with the emotional issues that caused me to emotionally eat. You cry a lot. Analysis things. It’s really hard to know why you don’t feel worthy. That’s what I’m trying to overcome.” People Magazine

Daisy Edgar-Jones


“Reading is such a great way to develop empathy because you realize we’re all similar. We all feel heartbreak. We all feel grief. I was quite shy, so acting was a chance to do things that me, myself, would be too shy to do. If you are too worried about the outcome, you won’t be able to make bold choices.” People Magazine

Caylee Blosenski


“What I didn’t lose? My passion, dreams and drive or the ability to do things I had always loved doing before my diagnosis. Determination and hard work can truly carry you far, even when something traumatic happens in your life. Whatever hurdles you face on your journey, keep believing in yourself and don’t give up. You will have your back handspring moment and it will get easier from there. I promise.” GL

Rhea Perlman


“If you’re not confident, pretend to be. It’s still hard for me, but it’s very important to have confidence in yourself. If you don’t, be able to present it, because people want to see people with a bit of power, and it’s hard to do that if you’re shrinking all the time. I did grow up as a very shy person, so that’s been a bit challenging.” People Magazine

Jamie Lee Curtis


“I’ve always tried to be my authentic self. I was a little quirky growing up. I was a bit of a smart aleck, quick to joke. I never thought I was particularly pretty. I certainly have no discernible talents. It’s not like I can sing. I can dance a little bit. But I am very much my own creation. I’ve always felt that my individuality was important.” People Magazine

Emmanuel Acho


“Words have the power to heal and the power to kill. We should choose wisely. You can’t teach yourself something that you have no inherent knowledge of. Distance breeds fear. Racism is in the atmosphere. That’s what people don’t want to admit. But we can’t fix it until we admit it’s there.” People Magazine