My body was taking in no nutrients. I was just like a little skeleton and I was just so tired. I was becoming a ghost.
– Daisy Ridley
I’ve found it tougher than I ever thought I would. I’ve found myself having these incredible spikes of anxiety and sadness when I’ve allowed myself to think about my family back home in England, or my friends or the people I love. You feel so out of control. It feels so beyond our comprehension, all of it, that I’ve found I get sort of overwhelmed with sadness in it all. And the truth is what I’ve realised is it’s OK. It’s alright to feel a bit sad. It’s OK to feel anxious, and the best thing we can all do is try and breathe through that and try and put our minds in a positive place and think “what can I do to help someone else who might be feeling like this?”
– James Corden
Getting into Sundance is a certain sort of passport to a level of anxiety I’ve never experienced, even having had a baby in the NICU for a week. For about ten minutes, you’re a world-class director. Then you become an entry-level, harried, low level concierge with absolutely no juice.
– Jill Soloway
I’ve known the anxiety of being completely lost, flying at night. It can be extreme. You’re travelling at close to five hundred miles an hour, and every minute that goes by takes you further into being lost unless you get help from ground radar somewhere or somehow figure out the error.
– James Salter
The secrecy surrounding wealth and the anxiety of talking about money is absurd. If you are rich and you live well and you spend money and it is an essential part of your lifestyle, then you shouldn’t be ashamed of talking about it. You shouldn’t be ashamed of it. And I think you should accept it and be honest and open about it.
– Jamie Johnson