I admire anyone who rids himself of an addiction.
I approached everything, my job, my family, my romances, with intensity.
I ask myself: Would I have been any worse off if I had stayed home or lived on a farm instead of shock treatments and medication?
I learned quickly at Columbia that the only eye that mattered was the one on the camera.
I am not the kind of woman who excuses her mistakes while reminding us of what used to be.
Trying to make order out of my life was like trying to pick up a jellyfish.
I was fortunate enough to work under directors who were, most of them, brilliant, emotional men.
I've triumphed over addiction.
We need to reduce or at least limit U.S. demand for oil as quickly as possible, and we need to develop new technologies that can further help address our addiction to oil in the future.
We appropriately compared the lifestyle to that of drug addiction and alcoholism - lifestyles that one would be encouraged to seek help to leave - never encouraged to stay in.
This dark diction has become America's addiction.
It's an addiction... and addiction is something I should know something about.
But actually, my drug addiction thing, I was so stubborn.