Amanda Seyfried On Beauty And Anxiety: ‘We're All Marching Towards Death'
Amanda Seyfried has had entropy and death on the mind lately, but then again, haven't we all?
Amanda recently became the face of the new Givenchy fragrance, Live Irrésistible Délicieuse, so she has been doing the press rounds to promote it.
But the conversation with interviewer Kathleen Hou quickly turned to beauty routines and the concept of “anti-aging.”
It was in this context that Amanda Seyfried said,
We are all dying. We're all marching towards death.
This is probably my favorite Amanda Seyfried quote of all time.
Not that I can think of any other Amanda Seyfried quotes, really, but from this day forward, “We're all marching towards death,” will definitely be my number one.
In fact, I'm going to start using it in my everyday life.
Where do you want to go to dinner?
Who cares? We're all marching towards death.
Anyways, on a more serious note, the actress also opened up about her struggles with mental health, after recently speaking about her decision to take OCD medication in an Allure interview.
She told NY Mag,
I've suffered massively because I felt alone, crazy, and like I was stuck in this hole. I didn't understand because I was too fucking young. I took that on for my teenage years. And I had a pretty healthy childhood. … But I was haunted by my OCD and it would flare up and affect all aspects of my life.
Amanda went on to urge others to seek help if they are going through a similar illness, which she says is the reason she speaks so openly about it.
When you're having crazy fears, obsessive thoughts, weird compulsions, and you don't understand why and you think you're broken, it just festers. It's a horrible thing. It's really important for young people to hear other people talk about their experiences in a way that sheds light on them. I do have a platform and sometimes things I say, people listen to.
Read the full interview with Amanda online here.
And if you believe you or someone you know is suffering from OCD, find resources here.
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