Not everyone can be trusted. I think we all have to be very selective about the people we trust.
I think, head up and shoulders back. Not only does it make you look taller and thinner but it gives you confidence and boosts your self-esteem.
If you don't quit, and don't cheat, and don't run home when trouble arrives, you can only win.
I've helped people get rid of headaches by placing my hand on their forehead, and backaches by placing my hand on their back. It's a powerful example of love that really works.
I'm not perfect, but I'd like to be perfect. I'm working on it.
I'm not as klutzy as I used to be . . . . I've had visual therapy and all kinds of things to help, but I still wrap my purse around chair legs when I stand up to leave. I do ridiculous things on-camera because I do them in my life all the time.
He [Mr. Wrong] still shows up in my dreams, and I still don't know what to do with him. I was quite enamored with him and unfortunately, or fortunately, he showed up in my adult life too--not exactly by accident.
People had been so attached to the Diane [Cheers] character that audiences and producers found it difficult to think of me in any other terms. It took some time before people would consider me for other parts.
I'm a real 'go, go' person. . . I'd make myself crazy by pushing too hard. It's important to pull pack the reins a little bit and get in touch with what's inside.
I was a 'kid' kid. Even though I experimented with performing at an early age my parents never thought I'd be an actress.
If it's not some daring, dangerous affair, it's just not interesting, or so it seems. So, here you have two people - a famous American iconic couple - who actually like each other sexually, in marriage. Imagine.
I like men to be men and I like them to care about me and to take care of me. I'm willing to let them do that.