Jennifer Aniston Has Some Inspiring Words of Wisdom About Self-Image

Jennifer Aniston Has Some Inspiring Words of Wisdom About Self-Image
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At Italy's Giffoni Film Festival this weekend, an inquisitive young girl got deep AF during a Q&A with Jennifer Aniston, who was there to receive a lifetime achievement award. "I'd like to know if you ever had a moment in which you get up [in the] morning and you don't know who you are," she asked, reportedly moving Aniston to tears.

"Yes, that moment has happened to me," Aniston responded. "There's not enough fingers and toes in this entire room to count how many times that moment has happened."

She continued:

We're all human beings at the end of the day, whether we're a waitress or we're a baker or we're a student — whatever we are, at the end of the day, you can kind of hit walls and think "I can't go any farther" or "This is too much, my heart can't take it" or "The pain is too great" or "Am I good enough?" or "Will I survive?" And you just have to sort of, somehow, miraculously overcome. You just go, "I can." Yes, you can.

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