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Lauren Cohan for Women’s Health Magazine December 2014 Issue

“It’s funny, we delve into things every single day that make the rest of life seem really, really calm, and I think that going through and processing that stuff just gives me a real appreciation for when things are normal.”

“I was a gymnast for eight years, starting when I was 4 years old,” Pink tells People, explaining where she got her body confidence. "So instead of thinking, ‘Am I skinny? What does my body look like?’ I grew up thinking, ‘Am I fast enough? How can I use my body?’ I’m a person who could always lose a couple here and there, but I would rather be strong than bony.”

Pink says that her two-year-old daughter Willow shares her mom’s penchant for shedding her clothes.

"She said to me the other day, ‘Mama, on Tuesday I think we should get naked and have a naked booby butt dance party.’ I was like, ‘I’m in.’”

I think having strong friends – having a support group – is everything. It’s so important to have friends that you can rely on, that you can lean on no matter what you’re going through – good times and bad, I feel really lucky I’ve met a lot of amazing women along the way and I hope that they’ll be in my life forever.
—  Karlie Kloss talks about the importance of her #GirlSquad (x)