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My goal is to see that mental illness is treated like cancer.
There might be false starts and do-overs.You are entitled to experiment before you find your calling.
I'm not driven by killer ambition. I'm not a workaholic. I'm a good team player. I don't have to be captain, but I do want to play on a winning team.
You cannot look at a sleeping cat and feel tense.
Sometimes it takes the better part of a lifetime to find out what your passion is, but in my observation, if you do, it might be the best part of your life.
Many people come to reinvention when life changes around them, but people come in all different stripes. I'm oriented to change.
The most likely moment for something incredible to happen to me was the moment I was most certain nothing ever would.
A diagnosis is burden enough without being burdened by secrecy and shame.
New Yorkers, by reputation, are fast-talking, assertive and easily annoyed; I fit right in.
The years after 50 can be a time of great productivity, meaningful work, pleasure, creativity, and innovation. It's a huge opportunity.
Nobody calls me silly. That is not a word that applies to me.
I have been fiercely private, in part because I could never understand how a journalist could be otherwise. I was also the mother of small children, and security concerns were paramount.
I can cook; but not well. I figure I have six years until my children discover what their friends' mothers make for dinner.
I've always had a lot of ambivalence about fame and celebrity.
Kids learn more from example than from anything you say; I'm convinced they learn very early not to hear anything you say, but to watch what you do.
I spent an awful lot of my life underestimating myself and, as a result, not exceeding my own expectations.
A mood disorder is dangerous. You've got to get those dramatic waves of highs and lows stabilized. It's dangerous if you don't.
I am not one of the great journalists of my time.
I probably am more shy than people realize. But I'm shy when I leave a studio and I am just myself.
What I've discovered is that my kids weren't watching the 'Today' show... they watch 'Gumby' and 'Bugs Bunny!'
I had had some months of depression. Not serious enough to keep me from work. So, I guess you'd call that a mild depression.
I've always been profoundly ambivalent about fame. I think it just eats the reality out of you and it can be intoxicating because I like some of it.
The courage to try something new makes me proud.
Your 40s are a major trough. About the age of 50, feelings of satisfaction begin to rebound and keep rising into your 50s, 60s and 70s, with health being a major factor.
It may feel like the more you know about depression and the many forms it can take, the more questions you have. That's how I feel.
My father was so good-natured and had such a happy disposition. I've always confused him with Jimmy Stewart. So, think Jimmy Stewart. That's my dad.
My guess is that people look at me and project their own values - importance of family, ego is healthy but not the biggest thing. I don't know. I can't explain my popularity.
My parents had an experience of life that is as opposite to mine as you can imagine.
Twins are a high-risk pregnancy, by definition. The quieter I am, the longer I can keep them growing.
Well, every now and then I would hear the preposterous notion that that Jane Pauley sounds like Barbara Walters. Like I could if I tried?
I was an unusually private person - in a way, kind of insufferably so. I think I thought the celebrity thing when it happened was a temporary phenomenon, and I was above it.
It's like if people don't see you on TV every day, they think you're in cryogenics somewhere.
I define success as when I say "yes" when I am given an opportunity.
I would not take for granted that my personal life - because I knew better than anybody - that it was just a life. It was surprisingly an ordinary life.
I would like to prove that on TV, everyday lives can be as compelling as the life-styles of the rich and famous. Especially lives that we catch at extraordinary moments.
You can't look at a sleeping cat and be tense.
There might be false starts and do-overs. You are entitled to experiment before you find your calling.