Some things never change and the intriguing things you fall in love with will become the things you don't like.
I'm a gemini, and I get so bored so easily. I mean, I have moved six times in the last eight years.
I've got some great guy friends. They can start out as crushes. But when you realize something isn't going to happen, you make a choice whether or not the friendship is worth it. And it usually is. Then you can laugh about the fact that you used to have a crush on him or he had one on you.
I don't think I'm too thin at all. I understand when people say, 'Well your face gets gaunt,' but to get your bottom half to be the right size, your face might have to be a little gaunt. You choose your battles.
You know, my mother's beautiful, my dad was a really handsome man, and there was a lot of talk about looks when I was growing up.
If I like myself at this weight, then this is what I'm going to be. I don't have an eating disorder.
I don't like to go out in general.
I'm at peace with myself and where I am. In the past, I was always looking to see how everybody else was doing. I wasn't competitive, I was comparative. I just wanted to be where everybody else was. Now I've gotten to an age when I am not comparing anymore.
I'm a big laser believer - I really think they are the wave of the future.
What I wish for myself is that I could be the kind of person who just goes, 'This is what I need,' and doesn't feel bad about it.
I think every relationship has a point where you stop and reevaluate. Are you happy? Have you grown together or apart? What do you share interests in? I think that's a normal thing to do, but it's so much harder when it's done publicly.
I'm kind of all over the place, and I need grounding.
It's funny, because I never think of myself as Little Miss All-Together.
I don't want to feel I'm responsible for anorexia across the country.
Is marriage for ever? I think you get married with the intention that it will be, but who knows?
Always a godmother, never a mother. That sucks. I've got to get me one of those little accessories.
When David Arquette and I got engaged we started therapy together. I'd heard that the first year of marriage is the hardest, so we decided to work through all that stuff early.
It's nice to be able to let the fans know that you're around and say 'Hi.'
I would like to do a part that would stretch me. In America it seems to me that you just take your clothes off and that helps, but I wouldn't want to do that.
I get pregnant pretty easily, but I have a hard time keeping them.
I don't find the whole 'cougar' word that offensive.
I'm not going to deny it. I'm a neat person, there's no question. But I don't become obsessed with it.
Repression is fantastic.
Botox? I think it's fantastic and also horrible.
I don't have time for superficial friends. I suppose if you're really lonely you can call a superficial friend, but otherwise, what's the point?
I like TV. It all depends what it is.
A lot of my humor does come from anger. It's like, you're not gonna pull one over on me - which is pretty much my motto anyways.
When people start messing with their foreheads and can't lift their eyebrows, that's weird.
I'd feel better about myself if I did stomach crunches, but I don't.
Sometimes I use Botox. Compared to most, I use it very sparingly. One time I did too much, though. I feel weird if I can't move my face, and that one time I overdid it, I felt trapped in my own skin.
As you get older, you find that everything looks better more natural!
I'm not a housewife in any way.
I want to be calm.
The questions I'm asking myself are, 'What makes me happy? Where do I want to be? What will make me happy at 50, 60 and 70?'
It's so easy to grow apart; marriage takes work.
One trick I swear by: I pour a little neroli or lavender oil onto a hot towel and use it to wipe off my makeup. It opens up my pores, and then my face cream sinks in better.
Some people were offended by a show about cougars.
Oh, I do get lonely, yes.
I hate shopping.
I want to change a lot.
Well, actually, plucking my eyebrows is more of a hobby than a grooming tip.
I'm not a passive person by any stretch of the imagination.
A lot of times people say, 'As soon as you relax you'll have a kid.'
It's not like I let people do things for me, so I guess you can call me a control freak, or you can call me passionate.
When I was a kid I didn't feel like I fit in because - this is really silly and I probably shouldn't say it, but, I didn't think anything was funny. So I used to go home and literally cry to my mom and my step-dad at the time and I didn't think anything was funny. I couldn't laugh.
I don't use a lint brush or anything, and I don't iron, but I could easily pick lint off of someone else.
I have a lot of glass in my house, and I remember saying as a joke once that I clean my stuff with Windex while my friends are over, but then I found myself actually doing that the other day. It's horrible.
So many people have so much trouble having kids.
I just am a snob when it comes to humor.
There's no doubt that motherhood is the best thing in my life. It's all that really matters.
I don't think I would ever quit acting, but there are other things I am interested in. I wanted to be an architect, and I wish I knew more about landscaping.
I love directing.
I think it's hard, the fact that there's a certain age that we can't have kids anymore.
I'd like another child, and maybe if it doesn't work out, I'll adopt.
I think life is really good.
Aging gracefully is one thing, but trying to slow it down is another.
I'd like to fly.
At one point my dad called me and said, 'You have always been a great salesman. I think it's time you come home and sell swimming pools.'
I'm not great at small talk.
I guess Pumas are in their 30s. Cougars in their 40s... Jaguars are 50s, and Sabretooths go into the 60s, right?
You never have to guess where you stand with me.
Oh, I'm kooky.
I'm not fake in any way.
I'm not a big clothes person.
I don't like venison or sushi - I don't want to eat what some people think are 'luxurious' foods.
I'm not comfortable leaving my house. If someone invites me over, I would go but it's not like I'm one to say, 'Hey, let's hang out at your house tonight.'
I really love houses.
I don't like to go to parties.