I'm a regular Canadian girl. I enjoy staying home. In the summer I've got a garden. I'm very much a homebody, a normal, family-oriented girl. But I do have this other incredible side of my life that involves acting and traveling.— Elisha Cuthbert
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Normal people terrify me, because they haven't had enough problems in their life to know how to handle problems when they come up. Something little happens and they snap. But being from a dysfunctional family means nothing rattles me. Hey once you've driven a drunken father to moms' parole hearing, what else is there?
I don't think anyone has a normal family.
I want people to take the initiative to find veterans that need help, veterans that are suffering and in need of assistance reintegrating from combat back into society, into normal family lives and jobs. We need to take a real boots on the ground approach to helping veterans in need.
Siblings: children of the same parents, each of whom is perfectly normal until they get together.
I was raised in a household where being gay was like, the most normal thing.
My brother is gay, all of my best friends are gay. When my brother came out of the closet, it wasn't a big deal for my family.
No one's family is normal. Normalcy is a lie invented by advertising agencies to make the rest of us feel inferior.
I figure this is my time - to relax, be with my family and have a normal life.
I just think my family is so normal, but no one wants to accept that.
I find my family to be normal because there's an understanding of what every job entails. And it is a job. It's not this fantasy that Hollywood and movies are all glitter and stardust.
I definitely have a family. I have a boyfriend who has kids, and we do normal things every day, like get up and go to school. Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Every family is a 'normal' family - no matter whether it has one parent, two or no children at all. A family can be made up of any combination of people, heterosexual or homosexual, who share their lives in an intimate (not necessarily sexual) way. ... Wherever there is lasting love, there is a family.
Children thrive in a variety of family forms;
they develop normally with single parents, with unmarried parents, with multiple caretakers in a communal setting, and with traditional two-parent families. What children require is loving and attentive adults, not a particular family type.
When we have fights in our family, they don't end with an apology.
You make up by getting back to normal. Like you'll call and say, 'You want to go shopping?'
I love grocery shopping when I'm home.
That's what makes me feel totally normal. I love both the idea of home as in being with my family and friends, and also the idea of exploration. I think those two are probably my great interests.
We all come from dysfunctional families and these days I guess that's pretty normal.
I was told to avoid the business all together because of the rejection.
People would say to me, 'Don't you want to have a normal job and a normal family?' I guess that would be good advice for some people, but I wanted to act.
I'd be a liar if I said I had a normal family.
It is for the State to take care that the economic conditions are such that the normal man who is not defective in mind or body or will can be useful labor feed, house, and clothe himself and his family. The "right to work" and the "right to a living wage" are just as valid as the rights of person or property.
The Columbia years are the most sentimental for me.
My parents were together through most of that time and we were a happy, sort of normal family.
I have a really, really, really normal family.
And by normal I mean we're all nuts on some level. I think you've gotta be a little nuts to pursue any kind of creative job. I was also a really good kid. I know that sounds really dull, but I didn't rebel in the traditional sense.
To each other, we were as normal and nice as the smell of bread. We were just a family. In a family even exaggerations make perfect sense.
If you come from a normal family, you immediately start playing the role of a boy, a girl a man or a woman, but I'm sure you'll agree with me that those are only roles, limited roles, at that.
It's hard enough to work and raise a family when your kids are all healthy and relatively normal, but when you add on some kind of disability or disease, it can just be such a burden.
I have friends who have a normal family, kids and a dog, and I think I would blow my brains out. It's fine for them. But I'm such a free spirit, I feel more alive when I've got somewhere to go.
There are hardly any excesses of the most crazed psychopath that cannot easily be duplicated by a normal kindly family man who just comes in to work every day and has a job to do.
When your family is twice as weird as normal, you have to be twice as polite to authority, because authority hates weird.
When I turned 30, I realised the value of time and with it, the other important things in life. Thats when I did up my house, started spending time with my family and friends and did all that a normal girl would do. All these things I was balancing with my work.
I thought America needed to see what a normal family was really like.
Even when my parents were together, they both had to travel and work, and it wasn't like they had nine-to-five jobs. In that way, it wasn't a normal family life.
Maybe if I'd not been able to kick a ball it would have been different, but I doubt it because all my mates are decent blokes now, just normal fellas with families.
If you're lucky enough to be raised in a rich family, good.
But learn how to respect that luck. It's not a given, you know? It's not like, 'Well, it's normal'. No, it's not normal. It's lucky.
There is no such thing as a normal family so don't trip off it, just deal with it.
I hope my head doesn't get very big. I'm just going to keep my feet on the ground, stick to friends and family and try to lead a normal life.
In a normal family, a surprise means presents, cake and a party.
For me ? I had no idea. And my family, doing something nice is seen as an attack. When I was nine, I 'attacked' my father with a fathers day gift. A visor organiser for his car, because it was useful. And it rhymed. Visor. Organiser. I was nine.
I grew up in a normal family. I have sweet parents, who are still married... But my life is so different from how I thought it would be.