Sneak Peek "Seberg" actress Kristen Stewart in "Marie Claire" magazine:
"I believe the operative words are, accessible, easy, and uncomplicated," Stewart said about this stage of her life.
"Women are always saying they are sorry. I do it all the time. We have that innate desire to please.
"It's weird because that instinct is what makes us awesome and admirable. Women hold us all together. But it sucks that what makes us worth our weight is what gets in our way.
"When I was younger, I really wanted to be with the adults, to be addressed as a grown-up. I was the most open, forthcoming, confident little kid. I'm still trying to get back to that.
"At one point, you just let go and give yourself to your life. I have finally managed that and I get so much more out of life. I've lived hard for such a young person, and I've done that to myself— but I've come out the other end not hardened but strong.
"I have an ability to persevere that I didn't have before. It's like when you fall on your face so hard. And the next time, you're like, Yeah, so? I've fallen on my face before..."
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