Mena Suvari


“I did not grow up in a family where we talked about things. My father was 60 when he had me, and I never really felt like I got to know him, and that led me to feel more alone and misunderstood. I was looking to not feel anything. There were many times I thought I wouldn’t make it. If I can take what happened to me and share it with someone else and maybe warn them, then I want to do that, because I did not have that person. I still work to accept that something this beautiful happened to me, to feel good enough, but I don’t have time to feel bad for myself. It’s not about me anymore.” People Magazine

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