In some ways, her life is so much worse that everybody else's, people feel almost cheered up and inspired. They feel like, 'If Hayley hasn't killed herself, why should I?
When you have an entire amphitheatre of people laughing that way, it makes you feel so funny and it frees you to go further than you probably would.
I work out every day. It's part of my life. That's one of the benefits of having kids in school full-time.
I think children are like pancakes. You sort of ruin the first one, and you get better at it the second time around.
I'm usually done with work around 11am, so I have time before I pick the kids up from school.
I don't have the best family history heart-wise, so I really try to keep my heart strong.
I work out with a trainer, Anna Kaiser, three days a week.
When I'm at work, I'm remembering what I forgot to do for the kids, and when I'm with the kids, I'm remembering what I forgot to do at work.
I feel like my mind is a little quieter when I exercise.
I'd rather not have a moment when I'm known for my looks; being funny and interesting lasts longer.
Having been a cheerleader, I know all too well what these girls give up to join forces and compete.
I'm like any working mom.
There's no such thing as an uber-mom.
I'm not a prettier everywoman. I am an everywoman that they clean up awfully well for T.V.