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"It should be taken as seriously as anything else. You don't see the mental illness: It's not a mass; it's not a cyst. But it's there. Why do you need to prove it? If you can treat it, you treat it."
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"I don't get asked very often, you know, really super-deep things about myself and that is hard and it's scary. Really scary because you just feel like, 'Will I ever, ever again talk to somebody and have them see me as a person?' "
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"I saw the posture, I saw the bangs, I saw the bob and I saw the shades, and I said, 'Anna [Wintour]'s here.' That's when my nervousness really turned up. I love Anna. I'm obsessed with her. So, to know she was there, that she knows who I am."
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"I'm very strong. And people, they don't really know me. People think I talk about me like, 'Oh Melania. Oh poor Melania.' Don't feel sorry for me. I can handle everything."
— Melania Trump, defending husband Donald against allegations of sexual misconduct, to CNN
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"I think you can't expect someone to treat you a certain way. Whatever it is, if you're getting a lot of negative energy or anger, you have to say, 'Why am I getting this? Am I doing something to create it?' And if the answer is honestly no, then get out of that situation."
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