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I did the traditional thing with falling in love with words, reading books and underlining lines I liked and words I didn’t know. It was something I always did.
I think I do overshare. It’s my way of trying to understand myself.
Some of my memories will never return. They are lost – along with the crippling feeling of defeat and hopelessness. Not a tremendous price to pay.
I like performing. I like partnering with an audience.
I’ll never be known for my work with boundaries.
Instant gratification takes too long.
Writing is a very calming thing for me.
The world of manic depression is a world of bad judgment calls.
My parents had this incredibly vital relationship with an audience, like muscle with blood. This was the main competition I had for my parents’ attention: an audience.
I outlasted my problems.
It can’t hurt to go to the people you love, whose blood type courses through your veins and whose DNA, from a certain angle, contains many of the same markings as yours. You don’t have to take their advice, but let them share their version of solutions to life’s difficulties. Good or bad – it could be interesting.
Even my parents sort of went along with the assumption that they were a good couple, but they probably weren’t a very good couple.
The manic end of is a lot of fun.
I don’t like looking at myself. I have such bad body dysmorphia.
I have a mess in my head sometimes, and there’s something very satisfying about putting it into words. Certainly it’s not something that you’re in charge of, necessarily, but writing about it, putting it into your words, can be a very powerful experience.
If my life wasn’t funny, it would just be true, and that’s unacceptable.
There were days I could barely struggle into a size 46 or 48, months of larges and XXLs, and endless rounds of leggings with the elastic at the waist stretched to its limit and beyond – topped with the fashion equivalent of a tea cozy. And always black, because I was in mourning for my slimmer self.
I was born on October 21, 1956 in Burbank, California. My father, Eddie Fisher, was a famous singer. My mother, Debbie Reynolds, was a movie star. Her best-known role was in ‘Singin’ In The Rain.’
I’m fine, but I’m bipolar. I’m on seven medications, and I take medication three times a day. This constantly puts me in touch with the illness I have. I’m never quite allowed to be free of that for a day. It’s like being a diabetic.
It’s the most amazing thing to be able to forgive.
I fear dying. Anything with pain associated with it, I don’t like.