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She spoke about that period of her life with Macdonald on "Norm Macdonald Has a Show," which began streaming on Friday. I got my s--- over with at, like, 14. Like, midlife crisis, institutionalized, blacklisted, no family, like, got it done, and then got into the cycle of being my own parent, figuring it out. "It's sad that there's this weird alchemy about kids doing this line of work that f---- all of them up, and I'm no different. The "50 First Dates" star opened up about her relationship at that time with her mother, Jaid, who put Barrymore in rehab and then in a mental institution when she was a teenager due to drug and alcohol addiction and attempted suicides. "I had a mom, but she was more like my best friend," she told Macdonald. "She was like, 'Do you want to go to school and get bullied all day, or do you want to go to Studio 54. ' And I was like, 'Yes, absolutely. I don't want to spend the day with these little f------ who are just awful. Barrymore is now a mother of two daughters herself with former husband Will Kopelman, whom she divorced in 2016 after three years. She has also maintained a relationship with Jaid, 72, posting a photo with her on Mother's Day last year. Oh, God, I mean, it’s been a very long time, but no," she said. "Nothing would make me have a panic attack and seem like a bigger nightmare. but I drink and I enjoy my life and get out of my own head. It’s not like I’m this militant person of clarity and presence but (cocaine) literally seems like my worst nightmare right now. "I've never done heroin, so I don't know what that's like, but I think I liked to feel good, I'm an upper person. I'm like 'Woo-hoo. ' I also didn't want to be like, 'Man, I see s---. ' I will not drink my drink at a bar that has not been in my line of vision, or, like, the side cornea. Those dark times have now been replaced by the joy of being a mom herself and approaching life with a positive attitude. "They've made me such a calmer, better person,'' she told Sunday TODAY in March about her daughters. "I'll never take the tone with them of work is bad, my past is bad, life is bad.
Barrymore family - Wikipedia
The Barrymore family is an American acting family. The Barrymores are also the inspiration of a Broadway and West End play called The Royal Family, which debuted in 1927.
Drew Barrymore - NNDB
Drew Barrymore. AKA Drew Blyth Barrymore. Born: 22-Feb-1975 Birthplace: Culver City, CA. Gender: Female Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Bisexual ...
Drew Barrymore – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
Życiorys Wczesne lata. Urodziła się w Culver City w stanie Kalifornia rodzinie aktorskiej jako córka Johna Drew Barrymore (1932–2004) i Jaid (z domu Ildikó ...